Located in the Finger Lakes Region of New York State, the Trumansburg area is the proud home of Taughannock Falls State Park, is situated near Cayuga and Seneca Lakes, and is an easy drive to Ithaca — home to Cornell University and Ithaca College. The Trumansburg area offers a unique opportunity for visitors to enjoy a variety of cultural activities while immersed within the natural beauty and landscape of the Finger Lakes.
The Village of Trumansburg has a small town, upbeat atmosphere that welcomes locals and visitors alike to stop by for a day or to stay for awhile. Main Street (Route 96) is a unique blend of historical and contemporary architecture, with its diversity of shops and services. The Village provides an assortment of restaurants, a weekly Farmers Market featuring local produce and crafts, and a vibrant nightlife with plenty of live music, all within walking distance of each other.
Walking through the Village will give you a glimpse of homes and businesses in architectural styles such as Gothic, Italianate, and Federal. Historical markers note places of interest such as the Camp House, Abner Treman’s initial settlement site, and the path of Sullivan’s Army during the Revolutionary War. Nearby is the hamlet of Jacksonville, a small community on Route 96 with an abundant cultural and farming heritage. To the north of Trumansburg are the historic and picturesque villages of Interlaken and Lodi. Stop in for a visit and learn more about the area’s past.