Temple Hill Bed & Breakfast
114 Temple Hill Street, Geneseo, New York, 14454, United States
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You can check on the current weather conditions in the Geneseo area with this link to the real-time webcam.
Genesee Valley Hunt Races
Annually, in mid-October, Geneseo hosts the Genesee Valley Hunt Races.
This consists of steeple chases, live entertainment on stage, art and crafts vendors, hayrides, general equine activities, dog races; it all starts with the big parade down Nations Road.
There will be a champagne brunch and general food vendors all day.
Spectators will be charged $10 for parking and the all-day event.
to get there:
Off Route 39 (Avon-Geneseo Road), just North of Geneseo (before the route 63 intersection)
from the lake to the hills
Geneseo has a diverse selection of independent communities within its township. Hamlets and villages along Conesus Lake and up to farms and dairies in the hilly areas west of the lake and over to the college area within the heart of town.
The active communities in Geneseo today are:
Cottonwood Cove... http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/d6398/ccaa6/
Cottonwood Point... http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/d6398/ccaa7/
Eagle Point... http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/d6398/ccbf2/
Gray Shores... http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/d6398/ccf3c/
Long Point... hamlet on the shore of Conesus Lake; once had an amusement park and roller skating rink
Sacketts Harbor... hamlet on the shore of Conesus Lake
Sleggs Landing... http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/d6398/cdbfb/
Wadsworth Cove... http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/d6398/cdf25/
Tucked away on the Geneseo College campus is the outdoor gardens of the Roemer Arboretum. This garden was setup to be both a teaching tool for the students at the college and an experimental area where local enthusiasts could test the hardiness and usefulness of trees and flowers for the community.
The Arboretum is open, free of charge, from dawn to dusk. Visitors are encouraged to walk along the paths, admire the beauty of the Genesee Valley, inspect the variety of trees and plants, relax and enjoy the view from the gazebo and benches. Group tours can be scheduled by calling the administrator listed in the website below.
The gardens include 70 tree species, 20 varieties of grasses, also herbs, flowers, swamp plants.
To see the arboretum, take route 20A to Geneseo and follow the signs to the college (you can see it when you enter town.) The arboretum is at the end of the south entrance and has signs directing you to parking areas.
Deer Run Winery
BarBQ cookouts, wine tasting, lectures on distilling are a few of the activities that happen at Deer Run. (See the website for schedule of events). They have a great gift shop where you can, of course, buy their wine but also cheeses, wine glasses and accessories, shirts and hats with souvenier logos, music CDs, jellies and sauces, gift baskets with potpourri of items inside, etc.etc.etc.
This place is owned and operated by the Kuyon family who have been making home-wines since 1975. They bottle Vignoles, Chardonnays, Cabernets, Melots and other specialties.
to get there:
3772 West Lake Road on Consesus Lake
Take I-390 to the Geneseo exit (Exit 8) and take US20A (Lakeville Road) east to connect to route 256 (West Lake Road). take route 256 south about 1 mile and look for the signs
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