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Price and Availability Index in Finger Lakes
Holiday Letting Price Information in the Finger Lakes
We analysed price data and rendered them in this graph, which shows holiday letting prices for the next twelve months in the Finger Lakes. The most expensive dates to travel to Finger Lakes are in October (27/10 - 03/11). However, in March (30/03 - 06/04), prices decrease to an average of £222 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in the Finger Lakes
Have a look at the above graph to see the global availability of holiday rentals in the Finger Lakes. In June (29/06 - 06/07), only 56 are available. June (01/06 - 08/06) has got the highest percentage of available rentals.
The weather in the Finger Lakes
Check out the climate diagram for Finger Lakes. July is the warmest month of the year in the Finger Lakes with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 28°. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is August.
You'll want to Bottle your Memories of Finger Lakes Holiday Lettings
Your ideal holiday home on these finger-shaped lakes may come with its own boat, or be nestled among the evergreens, but either way you'll be surrounded by enchanting natural vistas and endless watersporting fun. Savor locally produced wines from your lakeside abode.
Making a splash at the lake
The whole family will love Roseland Waterpark on Canandaigua Lake for its 56 acres of aquatic fun and adventure. Nine breathtaking thrill rides await, making this the best place for families to play together, and a great way to cool off in the heat of summer. Swim across a 27,000-square foot simulated ocean with a variety of wave patterns, spray your family at Splash Factory, or pull together on the Mammoth Raft Ride.
Sail out into Seneca Lake
Get out and about on the cornflower blue water of Seneca Lake by hiring a yacht or dingy in the marina. Unfurl your sails and glide across the lake, or blast past on a jet ski. Seneca State Park overlooks the lake from its sandy beach, the perfect place to take a dip on a summer afternoon. Once you're back on dry land, there's a playground for children, pavillions and playing fields, so you'll never be short of things to do.
Pointing you in the right direction
Watkins Glen State Park
Ascend 400 foot cliffs alongside a crystal-clear stream that eventually leads to Cavern Cascade. Trails overlook the gorge at Glen Park, and you can also enjoy an Olympic-sized pool and fish for rainbow trout.
Robert Treman State Park
Robert Treman has it all. Scenic views over waterfalls, beaches, pavillions, playgrounds and BBQ grills. Here you can kick back for some hiking, hunting or fishing - there's something for everyone.
Finger Lakes Wine Country
Choose from a plethora of wineries and vineyards throughout the region. The area's beautiful, sun-drenched vistas and deep historical roots can be relished in its wines. Encounter the unique taste of local wines with Experience Packages and Tasting Tours.
The dazzling waters of this jewel of a lake, the sixth largest in the region, make it a favourites among visitors. Its sixteen mile length (and three quarters of a mile width) earned it the name 'long lake' in the Iroquois language. The nearby village of the same name is one of the area's most atmospheric, with a history rooted in revolutionary times.
Glenn H. Curtiss Museum
Home to a 75-seat theatre and vast array of artifacts at the museum, come and find out all about the world famous aircraft builder Glen Curtiss. Today he is considered the 'father of naval aviation', and his legacy of engineering expertise lives on in the modern US Navy and Airforce.
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