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Visit Williamson

Learn more about Williamson and why people love to visit us!

Williamson-Pultneyville, New York, nestled on the South Shore of Lake Ontario, and just North the picturesque Finger Lakes region, offers a delightful blend of history, natural beauty, and charming attractions. Here’s what you need to know about Williamson-Pultneyville tourism:

  1. Historical Gems: Visitors can explore various historical attractions, such as the Williamson-Pultneyville Historical Society. Take a tour of the Underground Railroad, an old Cobblestone Home, a Haunted Tour around halloween, or find serenity in an 1812 Peace Garden.

  2. Natural Beauty: Williamson boasts stunning natural landscapes. From serene parks like B. Forman Park and Casey Park to the scenic Lake Ontario Wine Trail, outdoor enthusiasts will find plenty to enjoy. 

  3. Wineries and Vineyards: Wine lovers can explore local wineries along the Lake Ontario Wine Trail. Try our delicious wines while taking in our beautiful landscapes. Young Sommer Winery is just one of many worth checking out!

  4. Charming Accommodations: Whether you prefer a cozy bed and breakfast like our Member Raked South Garden B&B, or a modern inn like Williamson Estates, Williamson has options throughout our entire area. 

  5. Delicious Dining: For foodies, Williamson offers delightful spots like Chamber Members Yia Yia’s Ice Cream Shoppe, The Pultneyville Deli Company, Rootstockand the iconic Original Candy Kitchen and Orbaker's Drive-In. Did you know that Williamson was still a dry town until recently? Visit The Copper Ale, the first bar in Williamson since 1920!

  6. Farm Markets: You can spend an entire day stopping at all of our local Farm Markets shopping for fresh fruits and vegetables, gifts, jellies and jams, baked goods, and so much more! Fox Fruit Farms, and Lagoner Farms are just a few you can visit! Don’t miss our Maple Syrup Farms, where you can learn about Maple Syrup Production.

  7. Cider Bars, Distilleries, and Craft Beer: If wine isn't your thing, the Williamson area offers several options to enjoy your beverage of choice. Rootstock Ciderworks offers their local ciders and liquors as well as a full bar at their recently remodeled location that includes several event areas for weddings, celebrations, business events and more. Lagoner Farms also features Embark Craft Ciderworks, a Cider Bar serving their custom ciders and more!

  8. World's Largest: Williamson boasts the World's Largest Retailer-Owned Hardware Cooperative! With 3 stories of merchandise ranging from your basic tools to beautiful fireplaces, come check Williamson Hardware out!

  9. County's Largest: Williamson also boasts Wayne County's Largest Art Studio. The Bread Box Art Studio offers individual and group classes in everything several mediums. They even rent party rooms!

  10. America's Oldest: Love the theater? Williamson has The Gatesinger Company Inc that performs at Gates Hall, which is the oldest continuous community theater venue in the entire country! 

  11. Wanna Fly? Take to the skies with the Williamson Flying Club at the Williamson-Sodus Airport. Plane and helicopter rides offered.

  12. Prefer to Boat? The Pultneyville Yacht Club is a great place to visit or to become a member. They offer slips for power and non-powered boats, and easy access to Lake Ontario. Like Sailboat Racing? The Yacht Club has an active racing program with members of all ages and skills.

  13. Aiming for something else? The Williamson Conservation and Shooting Club offers a pistol and long gun range as well as a mile long clay course with 39 stations and 32 traps, all automated! Classes are available as is an Archery Range!

  14. Unique Sports: The Williamson Town Park has baseball fields, walking trials, playgrounds, and pavilions, and basketball courts, like other town parks often have. It's a beautiful park, but what makes it unique is what else it offers. The park is home to Pickleball Courts and a Frisbee Golf Course! 

  15. Apple Blossom Festival: Williamson is beautiful in the spring with Apple Blossoms in bloom everywhere. Join us for our Annual Apple Blossom Festival every May since 1924!

So, whether you’re a history buff, nature lover, sports fans, or food and beverage enthusiast, Williamson has something special to offer!

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