Top 5 on the Bucket List for Summer in Rochester

Hello again, it's me Joseph and I'm on the move. It's officially summer #june20 and I'm ready to set sail. Truth be told, I don't really pay attention to the calendar when it comes to seasons, my summer usually lasts to until the beginning of October, but since some have declared it so, let's kick it off right!

PineappleROC Rentals

It's not really summer or vacation, unless you've stayed in one of our properties. Urban vibe or making waves on the waterfront, we've got you covered. Thread count, conceirge services, waffle love and more, you'll be impressed with what we do best. Don't just take my word for it. Check out these reviews!

Plan to Jam

While some of this year's festivals are postponed until next year, there's still plenty of music to be had:

Bands on the Bricks

Bands at Barnard

Concerts by the Shore

Casa Larga Patio Parties

By land or sea, city or suburbs, east or west, there's a reason to sing and do your thing.

Genesee River Trail

Hike, bike, boat or take a casual stroll. There's so much to see along this trail. And, should you be in need of a little refreshment along the way, there's the Genesee Brew House and Corn Hill Landing nearby!

Special Alert- be sure to follow PineappleROC and MovingRochester social media to meet my new tricycle. (#threewheelin)

Mercantile on Main

This urban eatery is a must for all your foodie fans. With multiple vendors, there's something for everyone. Not to mention, summer is a great time to catch up on what's new in Rochester, including this venue and to do what you can to support local businesses!

Hedonist Ice Cream