NONALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE TRAILS
Navigate the Finger Lakes Region using these nonalcoholic beverage trails
Decades ago some very smart people came up with the idea of establishing a wine trail. The idea was to give people a map of destinations where they could hop along and explore with the guidance of tourism experts. You could spend a day doing tastings along the trail without the fuss of having to research yourself in advance.
The very first wine trail established in the United States was the Cayuga Wine Trail. Formed in 1983, it’s the longest running wine trail in the nation!
Then there’s the Seneca Lake Wine Trail and a Keuka Lake Wine Trail. There’s also a Niagara Wine Trail and Lake Ontario Wine Trail. Other industries caught on and developed trails of their own. Now there’s a Central New York Cheese Trail. Someone attempted a Finger Lakes Beer Trail. In 2008 the folks in Corning even created a Chocolate Trail.
So what if there was a Finger Lakes trail that served as a guide for those wanting craft nonalcoholic drinks? Now there is!
While all of the other trails are officially produced by local interest groups, please note that this website and the nonalcoholic beverage trails included here are the work of one person with way too much time on his hands. There’s nothing official about them.
Canandaigua Lake Nonalcoholic Trail
From Canandaigua to Naples, find craft NA options around Canandaigua Lake
Keuka Lake Nonalcoholic Trail
All around the “Crooked Lake” you’ll find great NA options including Hammondsport and Penn Yan
Cayuga Lake Nonalcoholic Trail
With Seneca Falls at one end and Ithaca at the other, you’ve got plenty of great NA options around Cayuga Lake
Seneca Lake Nonalcoholic Trail
With stops from Geneva to Watkins Glen, make your way around Seneca Lake with these unique NA options