Seneca County is nestled in between two of the longest and deepest of the Finger Lakes - Seneca and Cayuga, and connects to the Cayuga-Seneca Canal - a 20 mile portion of the famed Erie Canal system.
Main Industries: Seneca County is referred to as Finger Lakes Wine Country, as the region boasts over 100 diverse wineries (from small, micro-wineries to bigger, farm wineries) that offer something for everyone on a wine tour. The Women's Rights National Historic Park in Seneca Falls attracted 30,137 visitors in 2013.
Land: The former Seneca Army Depot occupies a portion of land between Cayuga and Seneca Lakes. Sampson State Park is located next to the former Army base. The Finger Lakes National Forest is in the southern part of the county and the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge is in the northern region.
Chair, Board of Supervisors - Michael Enslow
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