New York West

June 1, 2018

This map displays the western part of the country's third most populous state at 18,976,500. Interstates 81, 90, 390 afford easy access to Pennsylvania, Ohio, and the Canadian provinces of Quebec and Ontario. The Great Lakes of Erie and Ontario, The Erie Canal and The Finger Lakes are Western New York's most important bodies of water historically; today they are vital to the regions industrial, commercial, and agricultural economic life plus a boom to tourism. The three largest cities are Buffalo, Rochester and Syracuse.

Western New York's parks, rivers and lakes offer variety of outdoor recreation. Hike some of the nation's longest hiking trails, through pastoral meadows to grand waterfalls and then deep into vast forest glades. Canoe, kayak, swim or fish The Finger Lakes and the state's many other lakes. Also, for the less outdoor enthusiastic, there's top-ranked resorts and spas plus many outfitted campgrounds. Our detailed zoomable New York maps, plus our easy-to-use travel reservation system give you everything you need to plan the perfect trip. Visit Western New York's' parks, rivers and lakes. It's a haven for a variety of outdoor recreation. Above all visit Niagara Falls.

Buffalo - More than a National Foot League City, an industrial and shipping center for New York.
Rochester - Historic birthplace of Kodak, the twentieth century Adobe,
Finger Lakes - Unique climate makes possible a great vineyards and productive plus easy access to great boating and fishing.
Niagara Falls -Still the Honeymoon Capital and a natural wonder. Worth a visit.
Whatkins Glen -Famed raceway and gateway to the Finger Lakes.


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