Month: September 2017

Unique Fall Foliage

Sure, you could hop in your car and take in the scenic fall foliage that covers Cortland County, but we recommend stepping outside your vehicle and explore these unique leaf peeping spots. Click here for the NYS Fall Foliage Report 1. From the Chairlift: Greek Peak Mountain Resort Why not take in some breathtaking fall foliage views from the top of Greek Peak? Here is your chance to take a ride up the mountain on the quad chair. From the chair, you will travel through the tree tops and get up close to the wonderful fall colors. Once you...

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Cortland Repertory Theatre Announces Upcoming Fall Events

Cortland Repertory Theatre Downtown is announcing their upcoming 3rd Annual Fall Season of shows, concerts and events at the new performing arts center located at 24 Port Watson Street in historic downtown Cortland. Tickets are on sale now for all events; admission prices vary per event.  Producing Artistic Director Kerby Thompson says that the goal of CRT Downtown is to offer something for everyone.   “We planned our new space to be as versatile as possible in order to present a wide range of entertainment, and as we learn more about our own space, and what our audience wants to...

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Free Fishing Days

The Toughnioga River “I have often wondered why I don’t bump into more of my fellow fishermen when I’m scouting streams or putting a few trout in my creel in Cortland County. You know, salesmen say everything about “location, location, location,” but that can’t be it. After all, Interstate 81 slices through Cortland County and the New York State Thruway is no more than half an hour north of the city of Cortland. Nor can the problem be difficulty of access. Although you’ll find ” no trespassing” signs anywhere in the Empire State, sportsmen visiting Cortland County frequently get permission...

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Scenic Drives in Cortland County

Take in Fall Foliage Fall in Upstate New York is a magical time of year. The rolling hills throughout Cortland County are dotted with farms, produce stands, beautiful old homes, and the best drives for enjoying fall foliage. We’ve made a list of a few drives throughout the county to enjoy the fall season and hopefully take you to places you’ve never been before! Little York to East Homer to Truxton This scenic drive will take you from Anderson’s Farm Market to Reake’s Country Goods. It is a delightful drive to pick up fresh produce, homemade baked goods, or...

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Hollenbeck’s Cider Mill

The opening day of Hollenbeck’s Cider Mill is Saturday, September 23. We’ve gathered up some important information so that you can make the most of your trip! Plan Your Visit The best time to visit Hollenbeck’s Cider Mill is on the weekends. It is also the busiest during the weekend. Here are a few tips to get the most out of your trip. Bring cash! Hollenbeck’s only accepts cash or checks so be sure to know about how much you want to spend and have cash in hand. Order your pie in advance! Panicking over the long line at...

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