Things to do in the Area

Visit one of the natural wonders of the world

With our close proximity to Niagara, you will be at one of the natural wonders of the world and the OLDEST STATE PARK  in America within minutes! 

Get to Know Niagara:

As part of the watercourse of the Niagara River, the Niagara starts at Lake Erie and flows into Lake Ontario. Scientists estimate that the famous falls started to form between 10,000 and 12,500 years ago. Niagara has the world's highest flow rate with about 700,000 gallons of water per second traveling down the falls. The horseshoe falls is the tallest waterfall at about 188 feet tall and 170 feet deep. 

Niagara also separates the border between the US and Canada making it easy for visitors to cross over and see the falls from both countries perspective. The most popular activities during the summer include walking down to the "cave of the winds" for a closer experience of the falls, and riding a boat tour of the Niagara River. 

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Jell-O Museum

One of America's favorite snacks originated in our town!

The famous Jell-O originated in Leroy in 1897. Today, you can visit the Jell-O Museum and  learn all about the famous dessert unique history. 

Distance to Park: 4.0 miles

Marion Model 91

This Steam Shovel is the only example known to exist. This time piece is included on the National Register of Historic Places and it may have been used in excavating the one and only PANAMA CANAL! 

Distance to Park: 3.0 miles

Oatka Creek Fishing!

With some of the best fly fishing waters in the country, Oatka offers fishing enthusiasts a world of enjoyment. Within minutes of our park you will be at the fishing dream destination. 

Distance to Park: 1.0 miles

Visit Rochester!

As the 3rd largest city of New York, Rochester will not disappoint. With activities for the whole family, your visit will be memorable.

The Strong Museum of PLAY,  Public Market and the Zeneca ZOO are just a few of the places your family can enjoy while at the city; and for more summer fun do not forget to stop by the Ontario Beach!

Distance to Park: 30 minutes

Letchworth State Park

The "Grand Canyon of the East" encompasses the Genesee River and is one of the most versatile New York parks offering something for everyone. 

With over 60 miles of hiking trails and Instagram perfect waterfalls, you cannot pass on the opportunity to visit this magnificent State Park. 

Distance to Park: 30 minutes

Nature to Die For!

We are just the right distance away for you to make a day trip of these locations and be refreshed ( not so much if you do much hiking though). The Finger Lakes and Watkins Glen are for sure on the bucket list of many, take advantage of your stay with us and remove them from your list once and for all! 

Distance to Park: 1:40 min