Come visit Victor, the Northern gateway to the Finger Lakes region of New York. Victor is a quaint small town founded in the 18th century offering 21st century amenities. Summer concerts and a farmers market at Mead Square, Hiking, biking, great restaurants, shopping and beautiful scenery.
Victor is easy to get to – just off I90 (exit 45) 13 miles south of the city of Rochester and 11 miles north of Canandaigua Lake, one of the 5 Finger Lakes in the region.
Plan to stay in Victor long enough to enjoy everything it has to offer. Explore the local historical attractions including Valentown Museum, the first ever shopping mall built in 1878, and the Ganandagon Native American historic site of the Seneca Nation. Casa Larga Vineyards is just down the road.
There are several great local golf courses, nearby skiing, great biking and maintained hiking trails. Also, the Erie canal and Eastview Mall- one of the largest upscale malls in New York. Then, take a day trip or two to explore more of what the Finger Lakes has to offer. Try a wine tasting at one of the many world class wineries. Visit Letchworth State park, The Wine & Culinary Center, Glen Curtis Aviation museum, Corning Glass Works, an Amish market- the list is endless.
Make Victor your destination in the Finger Lakes for a few days or a few weeks – there is always something interesting to do.
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Life in the Finger Lakes magazine
Spring 2009 issue.
Check out this great article and ad page in
Life in The Finger Lakes.
Our own Eileen Cash has come through for us.
Who could resist making Victor, NY
their next Destination?!