- The list below includes 52 free or cheap things to do in or near Bloomfield, Ontario, including 45 different types of inexpensive activities like Art Gallery, Art Studio, Specialty Shops and Visitor Centers.
- From MacAusland Woolen Mills to Naked Dove Brewing Company, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Bloomfield and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Rochester, Canandaigua, Naples and Geneva.
The centerpiece of the park in which it is found, the Gorge at Watkins Glen State Park was created by the glaciers immediately after the Ice Age. It is basically a 400 foot-deep narrow cut in the earth, through which several waterfalls pass.
Summit to Stream Adventures is an outdoor adventure guide service that leads fly fishing, steelhead and salmon fishing, charter fishing, and and kayak and canoe services. The business features an experienced and knowledgeable staff.
Auburn Movie Plex 10 is a movie theater that features digital surround sound, RealD 3D technology, and special discounts for military personnel, senior citizens, and college students. The cinema has food and beverages available.
Spanning 35 acres, Clute Park Campground runs along Seneca Lake and provides a boat launch into the lake. The park has areas for soccer, baseball and tennis as well as picnic areas, a skate park and playground.
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For 20 consecutive years, the Watkins Glen International has hosted the United States Grand Prix. Now it hosts 2 NASCAR Series, the GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series, the U.S. Vintage Grand Prix, and the Finger Lakes Wine Festival.
The Watkins Glen State Park is the most popular in the Finger Lakes area, because it has a 400 foot-deep gorge, which forms 19 waterfalls. Among the amenities in here can be mentioned the picnic areas, the pavilions, the camping sites, and the playgrounds.
The first recorded winemaking company in the Finger Lakes Wine Region is dating back to 1829. Since then, the region has grown into a popular touristic attraction, with amenities and facilities which include lodging, museums, restaurants, and others.
Beautiful in every season, Charlie Major Nature Trail is a scenic backdrop to any days walk. Visitors can stroll the trails while taking in the natural beauty of the nearby stream and enjoy lunch at any of the many picnic areas.