These 20 photos will make you drop everything and book your next vacation in the quiet, charming little town of Hammondsport, New York.
Tucked away on the southern edge of Keuka Lake in the Finger Lakes region of New York is the small, charming town of Hammondsport. The town is built around a central square with a park on the lake shore and serves as a hub for wine tastings, water recreation, and exploration of the region. I spent five days exploring in this town in mid-September and rarely went an hour without capturing a photo of this pleasant place.
Here are twenty of my favorite travel photos from Hammondsport, New York. I think these will seriously inspire you book a trip here soon!
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After all that eating and drinking you might want to hit the Finger Lakes Trail for a short hike.
Sailing and boating on Keuka Lake is just as fun as it looks here.
You can also take a guided tour with OnKeuka Water Tours and go swimming in the lake for a few minutes!
If you really want to see the lake look up Finger Lakes Seaplanes and go for a flight!
The view from the air is pretty spectacular. Did you know Keuka Lake is the only Finger Lake whose water reverses direction?
You might want to check out the Glenn H. Curtiss Museum to learn how the seaplane was invented on Keuka Lake.
Or head over to the Finger Lakes Boating Museum to learn about the rich history of boating on the Finger Lakes.
You could also just take a nice drive through the countryside and enjoy the scenery.
When the sun gets low head over to one of the B&Bs in town for a good night’s rest. Isn’t the Blushing Rose Bed & Breakfast just gorgeous?
The Blushing Rose B&B has four bedrooms each with a comfy bed, reading chair/couch, and plenty of room to call it your home away from home while staying in Hammondsport.
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