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Things to do during "cabin time" in North Rose
Book direct and save on North Rose, NY vacation rentals near Niagra Falls. Ninety minutes from Niagra falls and just south of beautiful Lake Ontario lies North Rose, New York. Surrounded by the lush green of New York landscape, North Rose is a sleepy village that is ideal if you are looking to get away from the hustle and bustle.
This is a beautiful region of New York and the perfect spot to get your fill of the outdoors. Within a 20 minute radius of your homey cabin are several places to hike. Huckleberry Swamp is a quiet, beautiful place to walk around (bring bug spray!) and is easily accessible for all ages and abilities. Both the Kraai Preserve and Lake Shore Marshes provide easy trails for wandering, and Lake Shore permits hunting and fishing. If you head further north you’ll find the city of Sodus point, Sodus Bay, and the breathtaking Chimney Bluff State Park. Chimney Bluff overlooks the blue waters of Lake Ontario and the contrast with the unique, reddish rock formations makes for a striking view any time of year. You can choose to take it easy and just drive up to the outlook, or you can take to the trails. Bring your snowshoes and cross country skis during the winter months, or simply explore on foot. The park also allows snowmobiles and ATVs, as well as hunting and fishing.
If catching some finned wildlife is your top priority, both Sodus Bay and Lake Ontario will keep you occupied all year. Sodus Bay is home to a large variety of fish, including Longnose Gar, Northern Pike, Chain Pickerel, Channel Catfish, Bass, and Walleye. If you have your sites set on wrangling a king salmon, Lake Ontario is the place to be. There are annual tournaments every year you can try your hand at, or if you want something a little less competitive, there are several fishing charter services that can help guide you to the best spots.
When you are done with your outdoor adventures, take some time to explore some of the quaint spots around the area. Marshall Park in North Rose is a great spot for a picnic, or grab a quick lunch at the Hometown Eatery. If you want to see what other hidden gems are nearby, it’s all within a quick fifteen-minute drive. If you head to the Northwest, you will come across the Apple Farm Stand, a local orchard with homemade honey, local coffee and ice cream, homemade treats, and every Apple product you could think of. Grab some apples for the road or stop and pick your own. If you continue that direction you’ll find the towns of Alton and Sodus, each with quaint local shops, such as Hughe’s handmade, coffee, and delicious local fare. Animal lovers can stop at the Cracker Box Animal Haven to visit the variety of rescued animals, such as horses, goats, rabbits and more. There are trails on the property so you can stretch your legs. Head straight north and you will find the charming town of Sodus Point, a renowned fishing destination and a gem of unique finds. Stop in Lukac’s Pottery Studio or checkout Pop’s Country Collectibles to find a delightful mix of local handmade goods, antiques, and you can even order a family-style meal to take back to the cabin. You’ll find a variety of cuisines to satisfy every craving at Sodus point, but especially fresh fish. If you aren’t hungry, check out the Sodus Bay Lighthouse museum or lounge on the beach.
Whether you visit the region in the heart of winter or peak of summer, North Rose holds a host of hidden gems to explore, whether it be exploring the rich natural landscape, fishing to your heart’s content, or meeting the locals at the various small villages. It’s the perfect destination to relax and restore yourself.
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