• Experience the Beauty

    Experience the natural beauty and wonderful landmarks that make Wayne County special... Read More +
  • Discover the Erie Canal

    The Erie Canal provides recreation for the whole family. Whether you'd care to fish, boat, canoe, kayak, hike or bike, Wayne County's 35 miles of the Erie Canal is waiting for you. Read More +
  • Stay at Our Award Winning Bed & Breakfasts

    End your day with a stay at one of our award winning Bed & Breakfasts. Read More +
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  • Hundreds of thousands of Snow Geese and other waterfowl stop at the Montezuma Wetlands Complex during the spring migration and a perfect time to experience this impressive natural phenomena will be at the Inaugural Finger Lakes Birding Festival March 26-29, 2020. Online registration
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  • February 11, 2020    Streams- Steelhead are being caught in Maxwell Creek. The shoreline is an icy-slushy mix, however you can still fish. Steelhead like anything bright…mostly a red color. Or go with egg sacs. The water flow is excellent. There are plenty
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  • Take winter fun to a whole new level. This winter when the snow flies, the place to be is on the snow tubing hill at Greystone…a state-of-the-art 10-lane, 1,000 foot snow-tubing run! Anticipated opening this month.  Sign up for newsletter updates on the
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Discover Wayne County

BoatFish and Swim in Lake Ontario.

Explore the Erie Canal, Quaint Villages and Spectacular Scenic Beauty.

Welcome to Wayne County New York ! We are located on the southern shore of Lake Ontario between the cities of Rochester and Syracuse in the northern Finger Lakes Region.The Seaway Trail (a national scenic byway) and the Historic Erie Canal wind through our rural county providing the visitor with a wide variety of events, attractions and endless activities. Catch a trophy fish from the lake, one of our 4 bays or the canal. Explore our rich history with a visit to one of our many museums. Pick fresh fruit right from the trees in our famous orchards. Spend a day on our antique trail finding that perfect treasure. End your day with a stay at one of our award winning Bed & Breakfasts.