Fillmore Glen State Park is a beautiful patch of verdant woods tucked away into a gorgeous set of rock formations and gorges. It offers a diverse array of sights, including five different waterfalls and a small lake inlet. Campers are welcome to reserve any of the 16 sites available on the park grounds up to six months in advance. These campsites are for primitive camping and feature no electric or water hookups.
There are washroom and shower sites directly adjacent to each of the two campgrounds and are available free of charge. Canines are welcome to hang out on the campgrounds but aren't allowed inside of the bathroom or shower sites. In addition to the campsites, there are also four cottages available for rental in Fillmore Glen State Park and while they tend to run on the expensive side they're a cut above the rest, stocked with every modern amenity and offering gorgeous lake views.
These cabins can sleep up to six, and are available throughout the year. Sorry pet owners, but canines are strictly forbidden from entering these indoor structures. Fishing is popular here as well, with a lot of out-of-state visitors at Cayuga Lake, a 40-acre body of water that is regularly stocked with trout and crappie. No equipment rentals are available so make sure you pack up all the proper gear before you venture out onto the water.
Canines can come along and enjoy the shoreline with their owners, as long as they're kept on a six-foot leash or shorter. Park officials would like to remind guests to clean up any waste that their canines might leave behind. During the wintertime, skiing and snowmobiling take over in Fillmore Glen State Park. While you can still explore the three miles of trails, make sure to keep an eye out for any traffic that might be clogging these trails up.