Six-story, 120-room Rhineland-style castle built on an island at the turn of the century by Gilded Age hotel proprietory George Boldt, famed operated or the Waldorf-Astoria in New York City. Castle was never finished; Mrs. Louise Boldt died before completion and broken-hearted Mr. Boldt abandoned the project. Today, refurbished for daily self-guided touring.
Museum featuring the largest collection of antique and classic boats on display in North America. Visitors learn about boating history, can row a skiff in French Bay, tour a 100-year-old two-story houseboat and ride in an antique speedboat.
Stationed on the Lake Ontario shoreline and site of two battles during the War of 1812. Tour the furnished Commandant’s House and Navy Yard grounds. Interpretive trail open year-round. Demonstrations in summer.
Eight wineries and vineyards scattered along the St. Lawrence River and Lake Ontario specializing in wines made from cold hardy grapes that withstand the region’s cold winters. Tastings, festivals and more.
Largest state park in the region with more than 100 campsites, year-round cabins, cottages, beach, marina, recreation facilities and more. On-site nature center open year-round with more than eight miles of trails.