cayuga-county-tourism.JPGOfficial Guide to County's Attractions  Auburn, N.Y. - The 2011 Official Visitor's Guide to Cayuga County is now available at the Cayuga County Office of Tourism, 131 Genesee Street, Auburn.  This comprehensive guide offers year round information for visitors on things to do, places to stay, and annual events in Cayuga County. Principal photography in the guide was done by Kristian S. Reynolds, a professional photograher working from Cortland and known for his coverage of the Finger Lakes Region of New York State.  His work includes two coffee-table books, "Finger Lakes Panoramas" and "Wine Tour of the Finger Lakes."   The guide was designed by Laura Coburn, Principal and Owner of the Auburn based Coburn Design, specializing in print and web design. The Guide focuses on what visitors like most about Cayuga County - lakes, scenery, wineries and charming villages as well as activities such as dining and shopping.  Looking for a list of golf courses?  Day spas?  Hiking trails?  You'll find information on all of these plus much, much more it the 2011 Official Visitors Guide to Cayuga County. The guide also includes suggested itineraries such as the "Great American Family Vacation"  which highlights a getaway to northern Cayuga County that will delight the whole family including a step back in time at the Sterling Renaissance Festival, a picnic at Fair Haven Beach State Park, cookie tasting at Fly By Night Cookie Co. and so much more! Traditional meeting and event facilities as well as alternative meeting space such as Auburn Public Theater are also featured in the guide, with the hope that visitors might think of Cayuga County when they plan their next business meeting or even a family reunion.   From the historic Springside Inn to the versatile Holiday Inn to the cozy ‘Red Suspender Room' at Curley's, Cayuga County has meeting and event space to suit every gathering.   A sampling of annual events is listed in the guide with visitors being directed to the tourism web site, for more event information. From Bass Pro Shops' Annual Ice Fishing Derby in February to the Bon Ton Roulet bicycle tour in July to Christmas in Aurora in December, Cayuga County visitors can find something to do whatever the season. For wayfinding, detailed maps are included as well as web sites and phone numbers for additional information.  Visitors Services including airports, car rental agencies, and taxis are listed to help visitors find their way to and around Cayuga County. New to the guide this year are some ideas for the budget-minded visitor with a sampling of things to do in Cayuga County for under $5.00.  You can pick ten pounds of apples , ice skate at Casey Park , or watch the fish feeding ‘frenzy' show at Bass Pro Shops all for $5.00 or less! 55,000 Cayuga County Visitor's guides have been produced to respond to visitor inquiries, to display at area information centers, and to distribute at numerous travel and tourism shows throughout the northeast and mid-Atlantic.  To receive a FREE Cayuga County Visitors Guide, stop by the Cayuga County Office of Tourism, 131 Genesee Street, Auburn.  The office is open, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; or call 800-499-9615.


Editorial Contact: Meg Vanek Executive Director Cayuga County Office of Tourism 131 Genesee Street Auburn, NY  13021 (315) 255-1658/800-499-9615 e-mail: