Spruce Row Campground & Rv Park
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Seth- I love coming back to Penn Yan whenever I can. It really is and always will be home for me. I've been living in NYC for nearly a decade and still I get that 'going home' feeling every time I get into the region. Clean air, clear skies, and nice ...
... entrance under the shade. Around noon we headed out to do some wine tasting around Seneca lake. It was a bit nostalgic for me cause we were last here on my birthday a few years back on a trip with my brother to cheer him on during the Wine glass marathon...that was one of my favorite birthday weekends! We went to Glenora and Fulkerson winery and then to a brewery for john. ...
... wind which I was told is not good for Gliding. Good wind ensures that the glider is in the Air for a longer Duration.
There is also an amusement park closeby where children can enjoy, and you also get to see a Big Golf Course, with people trying their shots.
Overall a nice place if you are passing by Elmira, or are visiting Watkins, to add to the places to visit. I doubt anyone would like to travel 4-5 hours to just visit this place.
... was a overpriced gift shop and parking.
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We started our walk taking the Gorge Trail. The start was with some steps where we found a lot of people who were waiting on the sides and seemed to be really tired. So we knew that there was a lot of walking to be done in the hours to come. After walking for half an hour through the ...
... Upper Entrance. Then we crossed the road to the start of the Bear Trail. It was an easy 15 min walk but it’s just forest. A sign near the entrance mentioned going all the way to Lake Treman but we didn’t have a map so when the Bear Trail ended at the next road we followed the nearby creek. It soon became obvious that that wasn’t a trail so we went back to the road and followed it to the right (relative to the end of Bear Trail) and down to a picnic area with ...