Many of the County Links on the left will keep you specifically in or near Wayne County here in the Finger Lakes Region
of New York. New links and listings are added often.
Wayne County is located on the southern shore of Lake Ontario halfway between the cities of Rochester and Syracuse. The Seaway Trail and Erie Canal wind through this rural county offering the visitor a wide variety of events, attractions and activities. Lake Ontario is home to the annual LOC derbies - plan to come and catch a trophy fish!
Explore the rich history with a visit to one of the many museums. Pick your own fruit right from the trees in local famous orchards. Spend a day on the antique trail to find that perfect treasure. End your day with a relaxing stay at one of the county's award winning B&B's.
Exploring the area you will find:
Bear Creek - A lakeside hamlet on County Road 101 that was once the port for loading iron ore from the county;
Furnaceville - A hamlet near the east county line on County Road 110, where one of the last major iron furnaces was located (1825 - 1887);
Lakeside - A hamlet on Route 104, north of Fruitland on County Road 102. In spite of its name, it is not located on the shore of a lake;
Ontario - The hamlet of Ontario is on NY-104 and County Road 110 where the Brick Church Corners historic district was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.;
Ontario Center - A hamlet by the NY-104 and NY-350 junction where the First Presbyterian Church of Ontario Center was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1998.