Westfield Lake Erie Campground is located close to many of Chautauqua Counties most unique attractions! Westfield sits on the shore of Lake Erie in Chautauqua County, with hundreds of recreational possibilities, limited only by the imagination! In Westfield and throughout the county there are opportunities for fishing, sailing, golfing, and much more. Cultural offerings abound as well with music, galleries, theater and dance venues. Westfield is in the heart of the world’s largest Concord Grape Belt, the area farms and wineries offer tours and tastings all year long. The internationally renowned Chautauqua Institution is only minutes away and offers a bounty of cultural and learning opportunities for both kids and adults. The list of available activities is abundant no matter what time of our season you arrive! Start early on in May with tours at our local wineries and breweries. Take the kids trail riding at our local horse riding stables, visit the National Comedy Center, visit our local art galleries and antique shops, tour our local historic lighthouses, visit Lily Dale for a spiritual reading, and don't miss the Lucy Desi Museum for all the Lucille Ball lovers! June, July and August are full of exciting Summer activities as well. Fishing charters, boat rentals, jet ski rentals, July 4th fireworks, the Chautauqua County Fair which has a week long schedule of activities within itself! The famous Blue Heron Music Festival, visit the Dunkirk pier and Boardwalk Market for Thursday live music on the pier. Visit our local parks and beaches! Tour Panama Rocks for an amazing adventure with the entire family! Go bird watching, train watching, or eat at one of our amazing local restaurants! Visit our local Casino's, Amish trails and scenic overlooks. Join us at the end of our season and enjoy the harvest of our grapes! Pick them right off our vines! It doesn't matter what your age or your interest, there is something unique, new, and adventurous for you to discover!
Geocaching is an outdoor recreational activity, first played in which the participants use a Global Positioning System (GPS) receiver or mobile device and other navigational techniques to hide and seek containers, called "geocaches" or "caches", anywhere in the world. A typical cache is a small waterproof container containing a logbook where the geocacher enters the date they found it and signs it with their established code name. Larger containers such as plastic storage containers (Tupperware or similar) or ammunition boxes can also contain items for trading, usually toys or trinkets of little value.
8254 1st Street
Westfield, NY 14787 Every Tuesday May 28th through August 27, 2013.
Leaving Barcelona Harbor, we head west toward the great cliffs on Lake Erie. We paddle every Tuesday evening at 7 p.m. until dark. The sunsets are no better anywhere else on earth.
The Lake can be as smooth as glass or a little challenging. On calm nights, we set a moderate pace to see as much of the shoreline as we can. When the lake is rough, we'll surf til the sun goes down.
All paddlers with their own boats are welcome to join us for free, but we recommend kayaks of at least 14' in length. If you need to rent one, the fee is $25. Don't forget your deck light!
Your Lake Erie Adventure Awaits You.
A day fishing on Lake Erie is always an adventure with Cast Away Charters. In addition to trophy walleye, it also boasts world class steelhead, lake trout and brown trout. Mixed catches of these trophy fish are common.
Captain Fred Forsyth