b'LyonsNestled between Rochester and Syracuse lies Wayne County and the town of Lyons. Known for its charming apple orchards, glacial drumlins and rural beauty, Wayne boasts 35 miles of Lake Ontario shoreline, promising visitors a variety of water activities and trophy fishing. Rich in history, be sure to drive the Seaway Trail traversing the northern part of the county, or follow the historic Erie Canal that flows near the southern border. The countryside is dotted with farm markets, antique stores, specialty shops and cozy B&Bs. Dont miss Chimney Bluffs State Park where you can reconnect with nature and restore your soul.Wayne County Office of Tourism9 Pearl St. Suite 3, Lyons, NY 14489(800) 527-6510WayneCountyTourism.comOwegoOwego, in Tioga County, is the perfect home-base to explore the Finger Lakesespecially for visitors approaching from the south and east. Enjoy the rural, small-town charms of the Finger Lakes, affordable lodging, a variety of dining, distinct shopping and some of the areas most popular attractions. Tioga County is situated on the scenic Susquehanna River and sprawls out onto rural farmland. Communities here are walkable and picturesque with independent shops offering distinctive, quality items and diverse eateries. Birdwatching, hiking, mountain biking, hunting and fishing are popular outdoor activities.Tioga County Visitor Center200-204 Front StreetSuite 105-106Owego, NY 13827(607) 687-7440ExperienceTioga.comPenn YanPenn Yan in Yates County is the geographic center of the Finger Lakes. With shoreline on Canandaigua, Keuka and Seneca Lakes, and more wineries that any other County in Upstate New York, the area offers the quintessential Wine Country Experience. Look for amazing accommodation choices, world-class restaurants and the friendliest locals anywhere in the region.Yates County Chamber of Commerce 2375 Route 14APenn Yan, NY 14527(800) 868-9283 YatesNY.comRochesterSituated on Lake Ontario, Rochester is the western gateway to the Finger Lakes and is home to many world-class events. The Rochester Lilac Festival showcases the largest collection of lilacs in North America, the Citys East End Entertainment District is alive with the sounds of jazz during the Xerox International Jazz Festival, and theatre arts take center stage during the eclectic KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival. Rochester sits at the center of 100 Must-See Miles of the Erie Canala transportation marvel that made the city Americas first Boom Town. For foodies, art fans and everyone in between, theres no limit to what you can do in Rochester!Visit Rochester45 East Avenue, Suite 400 Rochester, NY 14604(800) 677-728230 VisitRochester.com'