Wingate Inn Syracuse

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

6946 Winchell Road, Syracuse, New York, 13164, United States
Holiday Inn Express Syracuse / Fairgrounds
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  • Solo60
  • Business66

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Lake Effect

by leogeo

I heard snow fall here is great in Winter due to the Lake Effect.

Any chance there will be lots of snow in Mid December before Christmas here? (Due to or not due to Lake effect?)

How cold would cold be in December?

Thanks in advance..

RE: Lake Effect

by zuriga

I assume you mean Syracuse, New York. It does get pretty cold there in winter and snow if very possible before the end of December. Of course it varies from year to year. I'd say the average temperature during the day in December could be from the 40's (F.) down to the 20's.


RE: RE: Lake Effect

by leogeo

Yup. I was referring to that place. I do hope that i don't get snowed in!

Thanks for your reply.

RE: RE: Lake Effect

by zuriga

Places like Syracuse are well prepared for the bad winters. The roads are usually plowed quickly and people live their lives. Just make sure you have lots of warm clothing along.. gloves, hat and the right sort of shoes. The snow is actually very pretty!

RE: Lake Effect

by kymberlij0529

It gets anywhere from the 50's to negative 30 with the windchill. It's cold but bearable and the snow can get bad but theres plows and on the day when there is no plows people live, we learn to get by for a day or two and def. stock up.

RE: RE: Lake Effect

by nicolaitan

As Syracuse native Kimberli indicated, Decembers are really variable even from week to week. I lived a few miles east of Syracuse for several years and coming from further south I was amazed at how well snow was dealt with, even large volumes.

Re: Lake Effect

by markthespot

Around the campus area, it is pretty well cleared even when it snows heavily.

Travel Tips for Syracuse


by davecallahan

Syracuse has 26 neighborhoods

Brighton... residential area with several small commercial strips
Downtown... Armory Square is the main retail and dining area of Downtown Syracuse
Eastwood(the village within the city)... retail stores along James Street
Far Westside... includes the Irish-heritage area called Tipperary Hill
Hanover Square... another commercial area with many restaurants
Lincoln Hill... James Street to I-690 and Sedgwick/Elm Streets to Teall Avenue
Little Italy... area with Italian heritage; bakeries, restaurants, pizzerias, specialty shops
Meadowbrook... Salt Springs and Springfield Roads to city line and Westmoreland Avenue and Cumberland Avenue to the city line; wealthy "suburb in the city"
Near Eastside...
Near Northside...
Near Westside....
Northside... middle class residential area
North Valley... centered along Midland Avenue, South Salina Street and Valley Drive
Outer Comstock...
Salt Springs...
Skunk City...
South Valley...
South West...
Strathmore... upper middle class living in the old homes of the 20th century upper class; includes the Onondaga Park area
University Hill (The Hill)... Marshall Street to South Crouse Avenue, retail aimed at the university student
Washington Square...
Westcott... a second location for housing university students

Post Offices/buying stamps

by kooka3

Not a favorite thing -- but buying stamps doesn't fit under any other VT category, so here it is:

1. Carousel Center Station, 315-466-4009, 9711 Carousel Ctr, Syracuse, NY 13290
2. Colvin Elmwood Station, 315-478-0027, 2200 S Salina St, Syracuse, NY 13205
3. Dewitt Branch, 315-445-1645, 6581 Kinne Rd, Syracuse, NY 13214
4. Downtown Station, 315-472-0817, 444 S Salina St, Syracuse, NY 13201
5. East Syracuse Main Office, 315-437-2113, 404 W Manlius St, East Syracuse, NY 13057
6. Eastwood P.O., 315-463-8822, 2509 James St, Syracuse, NY 13206
7. Elmwood Station, 315-478-1161, 1225 South Ave, Syracuse, NY 13207
8. Franklin Square Station, 315-478-8849, 401 W Division St, Syracuse, NY 13218
9. Mattydale Branch, 315-455-1298, 1900 Brewerton Rd, Syracuse, NY 13211
10. Nedrow Main Office, 315-492-6902, 6709 S Salina St, Nedrow, NY 13120
11. Onondaga Branch, 315-492-1107, 4912 W Seneca Tpke, Syracuse, NY 13215
12. Syracuse Carrier Station, 315-452-3416, 5640 E Taft Rd, Syracuse, NY 13220
13. Syracuse P.O., 315-452-3416, 5640 E Taft Rd, Syracuse, NY 13220
14. Teall Station, 315-472-2002, 226 Teall Ave, Syracuse, NY 13217
15. University Station, 315-472-0278, 720 University Ave, Syracuse, NY 13235

Go to the Carousel Mall and...

by SigrunD

Go to the Carousel Mall and the Burnet Park Zoo I really like the mall because it's soooooo big and the zoo is absolutely fabulous for those who want to see lions, elephants and other exotic creatures

Festivals during the summer

by donclark

Syracuse has many festivals during the summer months. Almost every weekend has at least one! Most take place in Clinton Square in downtown Syracuse.

here is a rough list:

June Taste of Syracuse
June Balloon Festival
June Ozfest
June Syracuse Area Music Awards
June Cicero Fesival
June Polish Festival
June Juneteenth
June Jewish Festival
June Greek Festival
June Jazz Festival
June Parade of Homes

July Arts and Crafts Festival
July Antiquefest
July Syracuse Nationals
July NYS Rhythm & Blues Festival
July Middle Eastern Cultural Festival
July Harborfest
July Jazz in the Square Festival
July Antique & Classic Boat Show

August CNY Scottish Games
August Euro Fest
August Syracuse Latino Festival
August JPMorgan Chase Corporate Challenge
August/Sept New York State Fair

September Irish Festival
September Festa Italiana
September Celebrate Baldwinsville
September Oktoberfest

October Apple Festival

December Lights on the Lake
December Dicken's Christmas
December First Night

February Winterfest

March St. Patrick's Parade

April Syracuse International Flim & Video Festival

Jun/Jul/Aug Island Fest
Jun/Jul/Aug Renaissance Fair

Visit Carousel Center. Huge...

by chrissyalex

Visit Carousel Center. Huge shopping mall with great stores. Syracuse is one of the snowiest cities in the USA( the movie 'Snow Day' takes place in Syracuse) Even though I don't really like driving in the snow now.. I can fondly remember waking up in the morning as a child to discover school had been cancelled due to a blizzard and then going sledding with friends .We usually had a few snow days each year and it was great!


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 Wingate Inn Syracuse

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Address: 6946 Winchell Road, Syracuse, New York, 13164, United States