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Posts from June 2023

View the clouds over Chautauqua Lake from the rocky shoreline of Long Point State Park

What better way to experience a rare cosmic event than amid the enchanting mountains, tranquil lakes, and bountiful vineyards of the gorgeous Chautauqua-Allegheny region? From Great Lake views to

A white lighthouse with the backdrop of a orange and purple sunset
Credit: @visit1000islands on Instagram

With endless waterside vistas, unobstructed skies, and so many towns and cities in the path of direct totality, plan to be in the Thousand Islands-Seaway for

Adirondack Night Sky

There is truly no place like the Adirondacks to experience the Solar Eclipse on April 8, 2024. For a totally tantalizing time, set your sights toward the “Path of Totality” which includes various

Orange and purple sunset over Lake Ontario
Credit: @steph_ann_ee on Instagram

There’s no shortage of picturesque Finger Lakes views to pair with your total solar eclipse experience on April 8, 2024. Witness this once-in-a-lifetime event from

Waters races down Niagara Falls at sunset
Credit: @roddypittman on Instagram

The skies are about to become even more breathtaking than normal on April 8, 2024 in Greater Niagara! Get ready to view the total solar eclipse while overlooking the

A colorful hot air balloon soars over a waterway at the Great Wellsville Balloon Rally

July heats up in New York State with an amazing variety of food, music, and regional celebrations for everyone. Head to the Adirondacks for cycling and crafts,

The cascading water of Niagara Falls illuminated in Pride colors

Pride is ingrained in the fabric of New York State. LGBTQ trailblazers from Marsha P. Johnson to Alice Austen to Alvin Ailey called the Empire State home while historic events like the first Pride day

Macys 4th July 2015 - Photo by Barry Schwartz
Credit: Barry Schwartz

No one celebrates the Fourth of July like New Yorkers do. For us, Independence Day means beach trips, fireworks over the water, picnics, and live music! Wear your red, white,

Mountainscape from the top of Cascade Monutain in the Adirondacks

The mountainous “forever wild” Adirondacks are a nature lover's paradise. Established in 1892 by the State of New York to protect water and timber resources, the Adirondacks are currently one of the

Two orange Adirondack chairs and a large white tent sit on a raised platform in the peaceful forest
Credit: @glampful on Instagram

From intriguing museum exhibits and lavish hotel retreats to adrenaline-pumping mountain biking and luxurious glamping getaways, there’s always something new popping up across the Empire State! Summer is the perfect time to explore it all. Get the crew together and hit the road because we’ve rounded up some of the state’s hottest new openings for you to discover on your next New York adventure.