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What There is To Do - Erie County PA


FUN-

Freshwater Beaches, A zoo, waterparks, year-round sports.

FOOD-

From fine dining, casual dining, family-friendly and fast foods to ethnic restaurants and a variety of unique dining experiences. 

FAMILY-
Whether your adventurous spirit enjoys swimming, skiing, biking, running, fishing, horseback riding, golfing or simply laying on the beach.

Farm Fare-
Visit the Grape Discovery Center in Westfield, NY and view exhibits and displays that tell the story of over 150 years of grape-growing along the southeastern shores of Lake Erie in western New York and northwestern Pennsylvania.    http://www.grapediscoverycenter.com/

8305 West Main Road
Westfield, NY 14787
716-326-2003

Take the scenic route outside Erie and head east on Route 5; the Great Lakes Seaway Trail (An America’s Byway) to experience the 25 distinct wineries of that span PA and NY along the southern shores of Lake Erie.  With approximately 14,000 acres of grapes.The grape harvest season culminates in late September with the annual Wine Fest. Tours and tastings are offered year-round.

Take a trip to Fuhrman’s Cider Mill, Bakery & General Store and grab a gallon (or two) of their famous fresh-pressed apple cider. 
 Hulings Blueberries & Farm Market is famous for their blueberries of course, but they also offer a large variety of farm fresh picked fruits and vegetables!

 MASON FARMS with its fresh fruits and vegetables, garden center, bakery, and pick your own farm fresh fruits and vegetables at the farm have become a popular destination for locals seeking a friendly country atmosphere within the bustle of daily life. http://www.masonfarms.net/

SHOPPING-
Begin your search at the Millcreek Mall Complex with over 150 stores, restaurants and plazas.  The 1.3 million square-foot Mall is a must-shop stop featuring a food court area, the promenade shops and playful kid’s zone.     http://www.millcreekmall.net/

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