Watkins Glen Coolest Small Town In America? (Video)

A Finger Lakes village could be named the "coolest small town" this year by Budget Travel.

Watkins Glen is one of fifteen finalists for the magazine's 2013 list.

This is the eighth year for the contest.

You can read about all the finalists and vote online.

Voting ends February 15th.

 

 

 

The other towns are:

Bay St. Louis, MS; Camden, ME; Elkhart Lake, WI; Flagler Beach, FL;  Glenwood Springs, CO; Greenville, KY; Gulf Shores, AL; Le Claire, IA;  Lititz, PA;  Mount Carroll, IL;  Put-in-Bay, OH; Quincy, CA;  Shepherdstown, WV; and  Travelers Rest, SC.

 

 

 

Watkins Glen, NY

(Population: 1,859)
Perhaps the most noteworthy thing about New York's Finger Lakes region isn't that it's home to stunningly beautiful and, yes, finger-shaped, bodies of water, but that there is so much else to see and do here. Award-winning wineries, awe-inspiring gorges and waterfalls, and a racetrack that draws visitors to auto-racing events are also front-and-center. If you want to spend a day (or two, or a week) in nature, Watkins Glen State Park offers a series of jaw-dropping waterfalls, and the Finger Lakes National Forest (the only national forest in New York State) is heaven for the trail-happy hiker. Watkins Glen International Racetrack draws crowds to NASCAR races and other auto events. To get a taste of the vineyards of Watkins Glen and its neighboring communities, set out on the Seneca Lake Wine Trail, which includes 50 local wineries, many renowned for their light, crisp Rieslings.

 
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