Schuyler County is known for many different things, but perhaps most known for the internationally famous race track.
There are natural beauties throughout Schuyler County that are hidden in plain sight that people drive past every day without noticing.
The many waterfalls in Schuyler County are hidden throughout the area, between homes, in the middle of towns, and alongside the highways.
Not as hidden is Seneca Lake, which spans 66.87 square miles in the Finger Lakes region. While there are not many boats in the water during the winter, it’s still just as nice. The splashing water freezes against the ropes and posts.
The Schuyler County Historical Society at the Brick Tavern Museum has unique artifacts from across the county, including a dog treadmill.