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
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
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
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
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
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!
Rt. 13 & McLean Rd., Cortland NY 13045
Super Cream Dairy Bar
13 S. West St., Homer NY 13077
Poole’s Drive Inn
3033 St. Rt. 13, Truxton NY 13158
5887 Rt. 281, Little York, NY13087
5935 Rt. 281, Little York, NY13087
Little Treat Shoppe
Rt. 11 & Rt. 41, McGraw, NY 13101