Along the Byway

A series of articles to help you plan your Byway experience.

While we’re not anxious to see summer leave, fall is equally a perfect time to visit  Cayuga Lake. Fall festivals, apple picking, and grape harvests are just a few the the many things to do on your trip. We post many of the events on our Facebook page so, if you’re not following us yet, click on the link at the bottom of the page and start following us today!
Our Byway Amenities drop down menu can help you plan your vacation days.  SEE YOU SOON AND, DON’T FORGET TO ENJOY THE RIDE!
There are so many ways to enjoy the Cayuga Lake area and the Byway Board is busy working on three new programs to help you get even more out of your experience starting in 2020. While we know we are a popular destination to learn about and develop an appreciation for top-quality wine, cider, beer and distillery products, the Cayuga… read more »
Don't forget the bicycles when you plan your trip to the Cayuga Lake Scenic Byway. The 8.5-mile Black Diamond Trail along with the 5.5-mile Cayuga Waterfront Trail combine to allow you to ride from the city of Ithaca to Taughannock Falls State Park all off-highway. This is a great opportunity for families and those a little skittish about bicycling on… read more »
Cayuga Lake and the village of Union Springs, located along the northeast corridor of the Cayuga Lake Scenic Byway, was abuzz with activity August 22nd to August 25th for the return of the country’s elite master bass anglers who plied the waters of Cayuga Lake in the hunt for the biggest, wiliest bass to win the Bassmaster Elite Series Tournament.… read more »
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