Father’s Day is rapidly approaching and there’s no better time in the Finger Lakes to explore! This year marks my fourth year as a father and I'm looking forward to carving out a special time on Saturday and Sunday to celebrate! But my question is, how will you celebrate? We’ve got a few ideas for you.
1. Play a round of golf on your favorite course!
Father’s Day shares a weekend with the U.S. Open, so when you’re not watching golf you should hit the links! Did you know that Ontario County has over 10 public golf courses? Plenty of options for Dad but be sure to make a tee time. See our full list here.
#2. Take to the trees at the Bristol Mountain Aerial Park & Canopy Tours
Craving an adventure? Take a drive to the top of Bristol Mountain and enjoy fun for the entire family. Explore the great outdoors with the new Zipline Canopy Tours or test your skills at the Aerial Adventure Course.
#3. Try your hand at wakeboarding at Roseland Wake Park
Just don’t forget your sunscreen!
#4. Learn to Kayak with the Family at L.L Bean Discovery School
Visit LL.Bean for full list of events and upcoming classes.
#5. Be your own captain and get out on the water and enjoy all the Finger Lakes has to offer.
Catch some waves this weekend! Check out all of the water activities we have to offer or even rent a boat!
#6. Grab a great meal from one of your favorite Finger Lakes Restaurants!
Rio Tomatlan is just one of those great restaurant options and sources say they have a great tequila selection. Those sources? Me.
#7. It’s lucky number 7, head to the Finger Lakes Gaming and Race Track in Farmington.
The Belmont Stakes is over, but that doesn’t mean you need to stop following the ponies! Head over to Finger Lakes Gaming and Race Track and place your bets.
#8. Fill your growlers and enjoy some excellent Finger Lakes craft beer.
This isn't breaking news, but most fathers love a cold brew. Swing by and fill up for the weekend at GAEL Brewing Company. (Also, beer is always a great gift).
#9. Explore the waterfalls at Grimes Glen
After the adventure end the day with ice cream at Lynnie Lou’s. Or, better yet, just eat ice cream all day.