Located on a ridge between Seneca and Cayuga Lakes, the Finger Lakes National Forest covers 16,036 acres in the Finger Lakes. There are a variety of activities at the National Forest. You can see a number of them below!
Auto Travel - Forest roads are maintained for car travel in the summer, a few are open in the winter.
Blueberry picking - Five acres are managed for blueberry production. Apples, raspberries, and other fruits are abundant in openings throughout the Forest.
Hunting and Fishing - Woods, pastures, shrub lands and many wildlife ponds are intermingled to provide excellent opportunities for hunting and fishing. New York State hunting and fishing licenses are required and all state laws are applicable.
Observing nature and wildlife - Bring you camera because a wide variety of birds, wildflowers and other living creatures await discovery of the observant Forest visitor.
Hiking, cross-country skiing, horseback riding, snowmobiling - There are over 30 miles of interconnecting trails, including the 12 mile Interloken Trail, which is part of the Finger Lakes Trail Association network, and two miles of the North Country Trail, which is a National Scenic Trail.
Camping - Free camping is allowed throughout the Finger Lakes National Forest. A shelter at the south end of the Interloken Trail provides a scenic stopover for hikers. In addition, three developed campgrounds are maintained on the Forest.