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Pumpkin Patch

When you’re thinking about your vacation this fall, plan an unforgettable weekend of family adventure in New York’s beautiful Finger Lakes. Spanning eleven lakes and nearly 9,000 square miles, the Finger Lakes region offers so many opportunities that choosing the right ones can be overwhelming, but we can make it easier. Each day begins in the quaint village of Penn Yan, centrally located near Keuka Lake, between Canandaigua and Seneca Lakes. Pick and choose what will work best for your family, but don’t forget to take a moment to capture the lake views, hills, and gorgeous colors of changing leaves between adventures! 

Hudson Valley

In the fall, the Hudson Valley turns into a leaf peeper’s paradise. The leaves turn to hues of orange, red, and gold, local restaurants roll out their fall-inspired comfort cuisines, and residents start thinking about where they’ll stack their firewood. Whether you are looking to tour wineries, hike, or sleep in and take in the thriving art and music scene, the Hudson Valley has something to feed your wanderlust.

Ausable Chasm Falls - Ausable Chasm - Photo by Adirondack Coast Visitors Bureau

Sitting at the crossroads of the Adirondack Park, Tupper Lake isn’t just any lake town. With pristine waters, picturesque hiking trails and endless outdoor-centric facilities to really feel one with nature like the Wild Center and Adirondack Public Observatory, Tupper Lake is the perfect destination for water lovers and forest lovers alike. Though you could spend weeks getting lost in the woodlands, wandering town’s gourmet eateries and splashing around the various lakes, most people only have a weekend. So here’s your 48-hour guide to Tupper Lake’s summertime finest.

NYC

The whole world was abuzz when President Obama spent a leisurely father-daughters weekend in NYC with Sasha and Malia in 2015. Make your family feel like the First Family with this very presidential itinerary for 48 hours in the big city. We threw in some extra tips to help you get even more out of your time in the Big Apple.

Buffalo Canalside - Photo Courtesy of Visit Buffalo Niagara

Rich in history, architecture, and natural beauty, Buffalo is the perfect destination for any traveler looking to expand their intellectual horizons. With landmarks including one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most notorious architectural workings and the historic Forest Lawn cemetery, you’ll never run out of places to go, things to see, or history to uncover. While a week-long vacation would be ideal to see all the sites that this historic city has to offer, here’s the fast-track version...a weekend itinerary of the must-sees and must-dos across Buffalo.