Plan your trip to the beautiful Finger Lakes in Upstate New York!
We cover a lot of ground and water, so it’s tough to know where to start. Yates County has various guides that include suggested places to stay, things to do, attractions & events, dining ideas, Finger Lakes wineries, lake information and great shopping spots to help you create your Finger Lakes Countrysides escape.
Looking to talk to a local expert? You can always call us at (315) 536-3111 and speak with a member of the team. We live here and love the region; we know you will too!
Request a free travel guide below and we will mail it to you or access our online version along with other helpful guides!
Please note: some information within these guides could be out of date or a bit different. We do recommend checking with the individual businesses for the latest updates.
Looking to see what we’re all about here in the Finger Lakes Countrysides? Check out the highlights guide — a great summary of why it’s great to live, work and visit here!
Yates County is filled with everything that gave Finger Lakes Wine Country its name. We border three glorious Finger Lakes— Seneca, Keuka and Canandaigua—and are home to nearly thirty of the REGION’S FINEST WINERIES.
Yates County is truly a unique place—a place that is largely an unknown entity within the region and state but sought out by the rest of the world! Yates County is dotted with bucolic farms and boasts trillions of gallons of fresh water but is far and away leading the Finger Lakes region in manufacturing job growth.
Experience the sights and flavor of classic, rural Americana as you journey into the heart of the Finger Lakes countryside. Roadside farm markets, charming country stores, and tempting wineries invite visitors to stop and enjoy the fruit of the land.
Welcome to the Taste of Yates Local Food Guide! Cornell Cooperative Extension of Yates County and the Yates County Chamber of Commerce are pleased to share this publication with you as it truly illustrates the diversity and bounty of food Yates County farms have to offer. However, you may be asking yourself why it is important to eat local food.