Finger Lakes Museum Plans Move to Keuka Lake State Park

The Board of Trustees of the Finger Lakes Museum has adopted a resolution to select Keuka Lake State Park as the future home of the Finger Lakes Cultural & Natural History Museum.

The Site Selection Committee, under the direction of Don Naetzker, worked to identify the best site out of 19 that were submitted for consideration. In February, the field was narrowed down to two: Geneva/Seneca Lake State Park and Keuka Lake State Park.

While the Seneca Lake site has significant advantages—central location among them—the Board determined that the Keuka Lake site more closely resembles the requirements that were originally established in the Strategic Plan, especially as they relate to natural history programming.

Finger Lakes State Parks and the Finger Lakes Museum Project will undertake a joint master plan for the entire 620-acre park.

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