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County Ice Cream Trail Returns – Showcases 11 Ice Cream Stops in County


The Cortland County Ice Cream Trail has made its triumphant return. Experience Cortland says this summer’s trail will include 11 stops throughout the county. The trail will give an opportunity for ice-cream lovers to not only enjoy the sweet treat, but explore Cortland County.

“The Cortland County Ice Cream Trail is a wonderful opportunity for both locals and visitors to indulge their sweet tooth and explore the wide variety of ice cream creations available at each stop along the trail,” said Michelle Enright, Executive Director at the Cortland County convention and Visitors Bureau. “We are thrilled to reintroduce this exciting venture and invite everyone to take part in this delicious journey through Cortland County.”

The updated trail logo, and map was created by locally known artist, Molly Reagan of Good Neighbor Art. Experience Cortland says the creation done by Reagan reflects on Cortland County’s vibrant spirit and culinary heritage.

The 11 participating ice cream shops and bakeries include: D’s Dairy Treats, Capt’n Jack’s Ice Cream at Shipwreck Amusements, Footie’s Freez, Frosted Bakery, The Frosty Caboose, Little Treate Shoppe, Mountainside Cones, Poole’s Drive-in, So Good Ice Cream, Super Cream Dairy Bar, and the Truxton Outpost.

Those who plan to participate in the ice cream trail will receive a hole-punch card on their Ice Cream Trail map. Experience Cortland says once all 11 punches are collected, individuals may bring back their completed map to the Cortland County Visitors Center located at 42 Main Street in Cortland or via mail. Participants will earn a pin as a token of their ice cream loving accomplishment, but they will also be entered into a drawing to win a $100 gift card to their favorite ice cream shop.

More information on the Ice Cream Trail may be found at ExperienceCortland.com.

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