GENESEO, N.Y., July 19, 2023 - Warm weather, live music, camping, ice cream, outdoor adventures, staycations, vacations and everything in-between – is there a better season than summer to get out and explore all that Livingston County has to offer?
Recently, Livingston County Tourism released its updated seasonal guide, which provides an in-depth look into many different activities and adventures that can be found throughout the County including fun on one of its many waterways, world-class fishing destinations, boat rentals, whitewater rafting in Letchworth State Park and more.
Maybe you’re looking for a more relaxing vibe? The guide offers plenty of suggestions where visitors can enjoy live music and even provides a listing of different venues that regularly feature local, regional and national musical acts.
“So much of what makes Livingston County such a great destination takes place outdoors,” said Kelly Burns, Livingston County’s Director of Tourism. “This guide is a great way to learn more, plan your next adventure and experience all the wonderful destinations, dining, shopping and entertainment options throughout the County’s nine charming villages and beyond.”
Like warm weather and hot dogs, the summer season is also known for festivals and Livingston County routinely draws visitors from all around the region to attend its must-see events. Whether you’re interested in attending the Crossroads Festival in Lima, the Little Lakes Music and Art Festival, Fiddler’s Fair and Making Music Weekend or the Western New York Blues Society Festival, the guide can help make planning your getaway stress free.
Are you in the mood to connect with nature this summer? The Livingston County Summer Guide can help you dive into the great outdoors with details on the numerous places to camp, or even glamp if that’s more your style. While you’re at it, the guide also offers suggestions on the best sites to view the heavens as Livingston County prepares for the Great North American Solar Eclipse on April 8, 2024.
Finally, no summer getaway would be complete without taking in the local fare and shopping. The Guide offers a glimpse into the various shops found in every corner of the County. It also highlights several can’t-miss restaurants, breweries and ice cream parlors sure to satisfy your cravings.
To learn more about all that the County has to offer as well as upcoming events and more, please visit the official website for Livingston County Tourism.
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About Livingston County:
Founded in 1821, Livingston County, N.Y., is comprised of more than 61,000 residents in 17 towns located across 631 square miles of the Finger Lakes region.