Camp Chautauqua– For over 45 years, Camp Chautauqua has provided families and friends with a fun and relaxing camping experience. Located right on the lake shore at 3900 West Lake Road, Camp Chautauqua has everything from non-hookup tent sites to cable/wireless Internet accessible sites. 

Reverie Creamery– Starting out as a small cheese store and evolving into a small-batch artisan cheesemaking destination, Reverie Creamery specializes in savoring the flavors of the region. They are located in on Route 394 in Mayville.

Willow Run Golf Course– This 9-hole public golf course is beautifully designed and winds through a wooded area, creeks, ponds, and a marsh. It delivers some spectacular views of the lake and beyond. 

Chautauqua Belle– The Chautauqua Belle has been on Chautauqua Lake since its launch on July 4, 1976. One of only five operating authentic passenger sternwheel steamboats left in all of North America, the Belle has been synonymous with Mayville for 40 years. Launching from Lakeside Park, and running 3-4 trips on a daily basis in season, the Chauauqua Belle is an excellent way to spend a few hours on the lake.

Depot Museum– Located at Lakeside Park, the Depot Museum highlights the area’s ice harvesting industry, steam boating, furniture making, and even features the first voting machine.

Camp Merz– Since 1933, Camp Merz has honored its founder by providing youth from surrounding counties a place to come together and strive to make the very best of themselves through scouting experiences. Located on West Lake Road. 

Webb’s Year-Round Resort– Located on the scenic Chautauqua Lake, Webb’s Resort is a leading destination in Western New York. Fourth generation, family-owned and operated, Webb’s is consistently dedicated to outstanding quality. With a miniature golf course, indoor swimming pool, jacuzzi, health club facilities, homemade and hand-dipped candies from Webb’s Candies, and a four-star dining experience in Webb’s Captain’s Table, Webb’s Year-Round Resort is a one-stop location for any day, weekend, or longer visit to Chautauqua Lake.