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UnPlan a Getaway in Cayuga County

Oct 14, 2022

UnPlan a Getaway in Cayuga County.

This fall, enjoy the benefits of a well-planned trip without all the planning, hit the road and discover your new favorite spot.


For the third year in a row, Cayuga County Convention and Visitor’s Bureau is promoting spontaneous fall travel to Cayuga County with their “UnPlan a Getaway” campaign.  We are encouraging people from around the region to take a last-minute trip to Cayuga County to discover its award-winning breweries, wonderful dining options, scenic outdoor activities, as well as the wholesome fall fun offered at local orchards and farms.

“People are surprized to realize just how much there is to see and do right in their own backyards,” said Cayuga County Office of Tourism Executive Director, Karen Kuhl.  “We’ve been truly inspired by the creative ways our local businesses have responded to the challenging times we’re living in, and we hope to attract visitors from around the region to come explore all we have to offer. Fall is a wonderful time to hop on the road and go!”

You can travel confidently to Cayuga County knowing that businesses and attractions are doing everything they can to provide a safe, welcoming, and fun experience. Enjoy the small city vibe of downtown Auburn and head to Fair Haven, Aurora, or Moravia to get recharged, refreshed, and relax by one of our eight lakes. Discover your new favorite craft beverage, try one of our great restaurants, and explore our beautiful nature trails.

Follow us on social media for weekly ideas and inspiration on what to do and where to go in Cayuga County this fall, including breweries, restaurants, outdoor activities, and farm fun. Find extra inspiration at

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About the Cayuga County Office of Tourism

The Cayuga County Office of Tourism is the designated Tourism Promotion agency for Cayuga County and promotes the County’s attractions, events and lodging establishments. For more information call 315-255-1658/800-499-9615 or visit