Parks and Recreation
Located on the inlet and the Cayuga Waterfront Trail, our farmers market has been providing us with locally grown products and handmade crafts since 1973. The current market pavilion was completed in 1988 and styled after 13th century European cathedral. All vendors must grow/produce their products within a 30 mile radius of Ithaca.
Stewart Park is located at the southern tip of Cayuga Lake and a little over a mile away from the Inn. While there is no swimming, the park has pavilions for rent, a duck pond, a playground, tennis courts, a golf course and a bird sanctuary. The Visitors Bureau is next door.
Taughannock Falls is the tallest single drop waterfall east of the Rocky Mountains. It’s an easy one mile hike into the falls or you can park at the top entrance and walk down to the overlook. The park is located on both sides of Rt 89 with the falls on one side and Cayuga Lake on the other. There is swimming and boat rentals (non-motorized) as well as a concession stand and live music in the summer most Saturday nights.
Just down the road from Buttermilk Falls, Treman State Park has a winding trail that takes you past 12 waterfalls, including the 115 ft Lucifer Falls. There are lots of picnic areas as well as swimming in a stream fed pool.
Ithaca Boat Tours offers both educational and recreational boat tours. You can learn about Cayuga Lake and the history of the area or enjoy a glass of wine with friends while attending one of their special events.