Bare Hill Unique Area is the summit of a hill that rises some 855 feet southeast of Canandaigua Lake and is a forever-wild area managed by New York State. It's one of two great hills on the lake that are still important to the Native American Nation, the Seneca. It can be an amazing landscape in the fall. Asters. Goldenrod. Queen Anne’s lace. Yarrow. Mood and textures. Story and dance. It's a favorite place.