While You Are Here


If you need to take a break from the competition and would like to explore the area, here are a few suggestions.


In Touch With Nature


Lime Hollow Center for Environment & Culture

The nature center has a visitor’s center and over 7 miles of hiking trails over 400 acres of land.

338 McLean Rd., Cortland NY

607 662-4632


Labrador Hollow/Tinker Falls

Located on Rt. 91 north of the Village of Truxton, Tinker Falls is a short hike from the road. Look for the signs at the trail head. Labrador Hollow Unique Area is a little further north on Rt. 91 and includes a broadwalk trail through the wetlands.

Rt. 91, Truxton NY

607-753-3095ext. 217


Exploring Local History


Suggett House Museum

A peek into the past through various period rooms.

Hours Tues. - Sat. 1pm - 4pm

25 Homer Ave., Cortland NY 13045

607 756-6071


1890 House Museum

One of the grand Victorian homes from Cortland’s past.

Thursday through Saturday from noon-4 pm (closed on major holidays).

37 Tompkins St., Cortland NY 13045

607 756-7551


Theatre & Music


Annual Blue Grass on the Green Concert

If you enjoy bluegrass music grab a blanket and find a spot on the village green. Admission is free.

June 11, Noon – 6 pm

Homer Village Green

Homer NY


Cortland Repertory Theatre Presents “Rumors”

A “farce” written by Neil Simon involving well-to-do couples, New York City’s Deputy Mayor and a cover up.

June 8 -18 at the Pavilion Theatre, Little York Lake

Call 800 427-6160 for ticket information.


Ice Cream Stands


A summer tradition in the Cortland area is seasonal ice cream stands. For a cone, ice cream sundae or milkshake try one of these stands, or try them all!



Footies Freeze

Rt. 13 & McLean Rd., Cortland NY 13045


Super Cream Dairy Bar

13 S. West St., Homer NY 13077

607 749-3348


Poole’s Drive Inn

3033 St. Rt. 13, Truxton NY 13158



5887 Rt. 281, Little York, NY13087


Country Flavors

5935 Rt. 281, Little York, NY13087

607 749-4595


Little Treat Shoppe

Rt. 11 & Rt. 41, McGraw, NY 13101