Lake Erie vacation rentals are you a comfortable place to unwind after a full day exploring western New York. Whether you're looking for an alternative to the busy Niagara Falls hotels, a little fishing cabin, or something in between, you will be able to find the perfect place to stay. With so many options available for Lake Erie rentals, a variety of budgets and vacation plans can be accommodated.
Between the border of Pennsylvania and the city of Buffalo, you'll have many choices for Lake Erie vacation rentals. As is the case all over the state, the state parks are excellent places to find cabins and campgrounds. At Lake Erie State Park in Brocton, its Lake Erie rentals are just steps away from the shores of one of the scenic Great Lakes. These cabins, which are available from May through October, are close to the winding hiking trails and sandy beaches lapped by the waves.
Travelers also look for Lake Erie rentals in Buffalo. This four-season city offers all the fun you'd expect for a beach city, along with a thriving arts scene and culinary tradition that is often copied but never duplicated. Along the shores of the lake, you'll find a mix of big beach houses, historic homes, and little cozy bungalows for your Great Lakes vacations.
The city also is home to a number of charming bed and breakfast inns, perfect for romantic getaways. Whichever of the Lake Erie vacation rentals you pick, you'll be close to the lake and the city's top attractions, including the Anchor Bar, the birthplace of buffalo wings, and the interesting Buffalo Naval Park. Several beaches and parks allow access to the lake, where you can enjoy a swim, enjoy some Great Lakes fishing, or just take in the views close to your rentals.
If the big city is not your scene, you'll want to look for Lake Erie rentals to the south of Buffalo. A number of small towns, still big on things to do, are located along the shores of Lake Erie. You'll enjoy ample wide-open spaces perfect for boating, lounging on the beach, and chasing away those cares of the every day. A quiet little cabin on the shores of the lake can offer a chance to relax and enjoy life at a slower pace.