2011 Yates County Travel Guide - (Page 6)

Agritourism { Rediscover the American Countryside. } Jud Reid Cornell Cooperative extension “The people are what makes Yates County and the Finger Lakes so special! The wide diversity of people make this an interesting place to live and work.” { a guide to manY oF tHe agr icuLtur aL wonders in tHe Finger LaK es is aVaiLaBLe From Yates countY tourism 800 868 Yates Drive through the picturesque countrysiDe anD enjoy nature’s bounty at yates county’s many roaDsiDe farm stanDs anD quaint country markets. agriCulture is “king” in Yates county and our farms open their doors to visitors during all seasons of the year. u-piCk farms and roadside stands are abundant, with every delectable fruit, berry or vegetable to be enjoyed. several farms offer tours and an opportunity to experience “CountrY life” at its Best. market, featuring over 220 vendors. Here you’ll find everything from handcrafted furniture, quilts, home baked breads to antiques, collectibles and fresh produce. the windmill offers free parking and admission and is open every saturday, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., from the last saturday in april through mid-december, along with memorial day, 4th of July and Labor day. n Free guide many mennonite families have settled here in Yates county and their CountrY shops feature quilts, bulk foods, meats, cheeses, pickled goods and country crafts. You’ll find a special place where people from different cultures, different walks of life and different places blend every saturday, in season. welcome to the windmill farm & Craft market, new York state’s first and still largest, rural 6 w w w.Yatesn Y.com http://WWW.YATESNY.COM

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of 2011 Yates County Travel Guide

2011 Yates County Travel Guide
Past Times
Keuka Lake Spotlight
Seneca Lake Spotlights
Yates County Spotlights
Overnight Accommodations
Vacation Rentals and Camping

2011 Yates County Travel Guide