Geneva is a small, friendly and dynamic village that attracts anyone who loves fishing thanks to its lake called Seneca, which is considered to be the deepest and longest of the Finger Lakes. This city is also known for its unique old buildings that remind us of the colonial period with a false Boston look.
Points of interest and attractions that you must absolutely visit during your stay in Geneva are:
- Belhurst Castle: A historical landmark on Lake Seneca, it is a popular destination for weddings, honeymoons and romantic getaways. The grounds include the Belhurst Winery tasting room, Isabella Spa and Edgar’s Restaurant.
- Geneva On The Lake: Built in the style of the famous Villa Lancellotti in Frascati, Italy, it is a slice of Italian elegance in the Finger Lakes region.
- Kashong Conservation Area: 83 acres of natural trails, with picnic area and parking. Perfect for hiking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and walking with a dog. It is located on Kashong Road.
- Seneca Lake State Park: you can swim, hike, bike, boat, and even picnic in this lakefront park. This park includes a spray field, a golf course and 2 excellent marinas with a total of 132 electric slides and 84 non-electric slides.
- Smith Opera House: Built in 1894, it is an architectural treasure that offers a perfect setting for music, dance, theatre, film and other events.
- Geneva Night Out: is a free artistic and cultural event in downtown Geneva. Special events organized by a variety of companies and venues in Geneva will allow visitors to explore the creative energy and dynamic range of local art and culture in all forms. Participants can enjoy the gastronomy and exceptional nightlife offered.
The small town of Geneva will be a beautiful discovery for anyone who appreciates the ancient architecture and its mysteries. Feel free to visit this beautiful city and the other villages in the Finger Lakes area!