Our cabins are perfectly located for your outdoor adventure whether it includes hiking, biking, snowshoeing, bird-watching, boating or hunting. The one thing you must see? New York’s best waterfalls:
Bird-Watching & Wildlife
You can start by exploring the paths that wind through our property, where you can spot a number of local birds. Access to Finger Lakes National Forest is just one mile away from Mill Creek Cabins, and guests can bike, hike, snowmobile, or cross-country ski/snowshoe from their cabin to the 16,000-acre national forest.
In Seneca Falls, the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge is a marshland that is home to osprey, egrets, great blue herons, and bald eagles. Near Ithaca, the Cornell Lab of Ornithology has a visitor center in the Sapsucker Woods Sanctuary.
Hunting is prohibited on our property, but the Finger Lakes National Forest is public hunting land with opportunities to find upland game birds, migratory waterfowl, small game and deer.
Fishing & Boating
If you’d like to hire a charter boat for a leisure or fishing excursion, check out some of our suggested vendors. Seneca Lake and Cayuga Lake are the two largest of the Finger Lakes, and they both contain a variety of fishing opportunities. Also, there are a number of nearby ponds with boat launches in Finger Lakes National Forest and other nearby state parks. Check out this full list of public boat launches in the Finger Lakes region.