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Finger Lakes

  • Destination: United States RV Tours
  • Duration: 29 days

June 02 – June 30, 2017

Two Person / RV $6,795
One Person / RV $5,195
Additional Guest $3,195

June 01 – June 29, 2018

Two Person / RV $7,095
One Person / RV $5,395
Additional Guest $3,295

May 31 – June 28, 2019

Two Person / RV $7,395
One Person / RV $5,595
Additional Guest $3,395

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The Finger Lakes in New York are a year-round destination…

“Our lakes are old and natural, none man made. Native American legend explains the Finger Lakes this way; the creator looked upon this land with special favor and reached down to bless it, leaving the imprint of His hand, hence, the Finger Lakes.”

Finger Lakes National Forest is among the most immersive of year-round natural experiences, while Watkins Glen State Park is also a perennial favorite where one can hike among 19 waterfalls. This region as a rich cultural history with ties to glass making, wine making and viticulture, aviation and motorcycle history, literary history, the Underground Railroad and the Civil War. That history provides unique cultural experiences for today’s travelers. We visit many of the region’s world-class museums and cultural centers and wineries about. With farm galore, it’s no wonder that the culinary scene is a huge draw in this beautiful scenic hot-spot.

This tour is a work in progress and will have several changes before it is done… Stay tuned for updates coming soon!!


Day 1 - 5
Bath, NY
● Get Acquainted Orientation & Luncheon
● Windmill & Craft Market
● Sunday Brunch
● Glenn Curtis Museum
● Finger Lakes Boating Museum
● Area Wine Tastings
Hammondsport & Southern Keuka Region
Day 6 - 8
Corning, NY
● Corning Museum of Glass Tour
● Hands-On Glass Class w/souvenir
● Rockwell Museum
● South West Region Motorcoach Tour
● Gaffer District Highlights – Corning
● Elmira Highlights
● Mark Twain Tour
● Lunch
● Soaring Museum
● Wings of Eagles Discovery Center
Day 9 - 13
Watkins Glen, NY
Watkins Glen State Park – Home to 19 Waterfalls
● Starkeys Lookout – Winery / Brewery
● Glenora Winery Tour & Tasting
● Driving Experience at Watkins Glen
● Guided Ithaca Area Motorcoach Tour
● Cornell Lab of Ornithology
● Herbert F Johnson Museum of Art
● Cornell Plantations
● The History Center
● Museum of the Earth
● Cayuga Nature Center
● Cheese Trail Tours & Tastings
● Enfield Falls Gristmill & Waterfalls
● Racing Museum
● Seneca Lake Dinner Cruise
Day 14 - 19
Port Bryon, NY
● Guided Syracuse Motorcoach Tour
● Erie Canal Museum
● Onondaga Historical Association Museum
● Historic Clinton Square
● The Jerry Rescue Monument
● International Puppet & Mask Museum
● Syracuse Salt Museum
● Lunch in Syracuse
● Skä●noñh – Great Law of Peace Center
● Time in Auburn & Skaneateles
● Strawberry Fields Tour
● Willard Memorial Chapel
● Skaneateles Boat Cruise
● Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge
● Merry-Go Round Theater (Play if in Production)
● Guided Seneca Falls & Geneva Areas Motorcoach Tour
● National Women’s Hall of Fame
● Seneca Museum of Waterways & Industry
● Women’s Rights National History Museum
● Meal at Belhurst Castle
● Rose Hill Mansion
● Guided Northeast Cayuga Lake Motorcoach Tour
● Sweet Trail Stops
● MacKenzie Childs Tour
● Lunch in Aurora
● Winery Tours
Day 20 - 24
Canandaigua, NY
● Wine & Culinary Center -Hands on Dinner Cooking Class
● Granger Mansion & Carriage Barn
● Lazy Acre Alpacas
● Seneca Art & Cultural Center
● Bristol Valley Theater Production (if in season)
● Sonnenberg Estates – Tour & Tasting
● Canandaigua Lady Cruise – Lunch
● Fairport
● Colonial Belle
Day 25 - 29
Holley, NY
● Guided Rochester Motorcoach Tour
● High Falls Historic District
● Susan B Anthony House
● Charlotte Genesee Lighthouse
● Wegman’s – Lunch
● George Eastman House / Int’l Museum of Photography
● Strong – National Museum
– including the National Toy Hall of Fame
● Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden
● Time to Explore Lake Ontario, Buffalo
– or Niagara Falls on you own
● Jell-O Museum
● Genesee Country Village & Museum
● Letchworth State Park
● Farewell Dinner
● Hitch-up Continental Breakfast, Hugs & Good-byes

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  • “Overall another fabulous Adventure Caravans trip!”
    Darlene & Henry Divin
  • “Well planned out and executed by top notch people!”
    Park & Karen Henning
  • “Outstanding venues! Met our expectations for music exposure!”
    Larry & Karen Valdez
  • “As always we had a great time & are looking forward to our next adventure!”
    John & Ann Dea
  • “It was all wonderful, could not have been better!”
    Jim & Barbara Gutmann
  • “Bert and Shari truly lead adventurous caravans. We appreciate their flexibility and good humor.” “The new friends who made this entire journey with us and all the people we talked with along the way are treasures.” “We did and saw so much in the time we had and there is so much more that we were made aware of. It was everything I had hoped and more.”
    Ron & Carol Conkey

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Finger Lakes

  • “This trip was absolutely amazing and wonderful! A new adventure every day, we loved every minute of it.”
    Pete & Fawn Olvera
  • “The trip was what we expected and more!”
    Joe & Margie Mirabella
  • “Excellent trip and leaders!”
    Len & Carole Adams
  • “We saw and did things we never would have done on our own. Thanks to AVC for the excellent plans and the execution of them by our Wagonmasters.”
    Eddie & Mary Catherine Sligh
  • “The things we did and what we saw in New York City were amazing! It was a great experience!”
    Kathy & George Snyder
  • “There wasn’t a thing or subject they [the Wagonmasters] wouldn’t bend over backwards to find out, get, or inform us about, and all with a cheerful and professional manner, no matter how tired.” “The thing we liked best on this tour was the variety and frequency of extra curricular activities, such as cultural tours, eating out, socials, games.” “We were led through and shown some of the most spectacular scenery we have ever seen.”
    Tom & Charlu Choate
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