b'2Sampson State Park on 1 Seneca LakeEncompassing 2,000 acres on the eastern shore of Seneca Lake, Sampson State Park is best known for its beautiful lake view and the most picturesque sunsets in the Finger Lakes. The park has 309 campsites, multiple boat ramps, 100 boat slips and a sandy beach with lifeguarded swimming. Other activities include tennis, horseshoes, basketball and volleyball, playgrounds, hiking, fishing, hunting, biking, local golf, geocaching, wildlife viewing and photography. Picnic shelters are available and may be reserved for events.Parks.NY.Gov/Parks/154 22Womens Rights NationalHistorical ParkWomens Rights National Historical Park tells the story of the first Womens Rights Convention held in Seneca Falls in1848. Its a story of struggles for civil rights, human rights and equalityglobal struggles that continue today. The efforts of womens rights leaders, abolitionists and other 19th century reformers remind us that all people must be accepted as equals. The park was established in 1980 to preserve and interpret the nationally significant historical and cultural sites and structures associated with the struggle for womens rights for the benefit of present and future generations.NPS.Gov/WORIMontezuma Audubon Center/23National Wildlife RefugeThe sprawling Montezuma Wetlands Complex and National Wildlife Refuge extends from Cayuga Lake north past Savannah. Explore the area from the Montezuma Audubon Center offering year-round, birding, environmental education programs, exhibits and presentations on the habitats, marshes, trails and wildlife to be found in the unique wetlands landscape. Canoes, kayaks, and snowshoes are available to access the heart of Montezumas wetlands, forests, and grasslands. Other recreational opportunities include nature photography, cross-country skiing, fishing, picnicking, wildlife viewing, and hiking.NY.Audubon.Org/Montezuma and 12 #FLX FWS.gov/Refuge/Montezuma'