Fox Run is situated on the slopes overlooking one of the deepest parts of Seneca Lake -- a winery with fifty acres of vineyards producing a remarkable range of fine, hand-crafted wines. Fox Run Vineyards has become one of the truly great cool-climate wine producers in the Finger Lakes region and the world.
Celebrating 30 years of winemaking at Hunt Country Vineyard, Grape Jam fills patrons with flavorful local wines while live music billows across a panoramic view of the Keuka Lake Valley. Fresh off appearances at this year's Bonnaroo and New Orleans Jazz Fest, the Jamie McLean Band fortifies eardrums with rootsy rock 'n' roll and The Stick Mob and Blue Sky Mission Club pick out bluegrass sounds to an audience of dancers, toe-tappers, and vine elves. Meanwhile, visitors wander the lush, rolling vineyard grounds, fortified by either one complimentary glass of juice or one of Hunt Country's award-winning wines.
Preparing explorers for jaunts through the waterways and paths of the historic Erie Canal, the staffers of Erie Canal Boat Company outfit visitors with bicycle, kayak, canoe, pontoon, and paddleboat rentals, as well as appropriate supplies. They lead group and private lessons, teaching tender-footed kayakers the basics of safety and stroke skills for recreational, competitive, or impress-your-favorite-seal's-mom kayaking. They also host weekly paddling clubs and races, as well as annual regattas, and stock a variety of gear at their shop to ensure pioneers are suitably appointed for paddling and pedaling excursions.
Ghouls and ghosts roam the dark corridors of the Haunted House of Horrors, where terror lurks at every turn. Explorers enter the house in groups of two or three at a time, navigating the hallways as actors create a frightening world around them, causing their hair to stand on end as it realizes it lives in a scary skull. After surviving the spooky confines, visitors can refill their souls with bites of Maxie’s ice cream or seasonal snacks such as cider and donuts.