4 based on 13 reviews
Farm Market/Bakery all fresh made open Monday-Sunday 9am-6pm,Corn Maize (2017) starts September 15-October 29 Fridays 6pm-10pm,Saturday 11am-10pm,Sunday 11am-5pm All you can eat buckwheat pancake breakfast starts Febuary to april
I have found Zarpentine's home made products to be consistantly excellent. From their fry cakes to their apple nuggets, fresh or the 1/2 price day old stuff - yummy. great pies, apples, in season, good pancake breakfasts too.
4.5 based on 18 reviews
What a fun relaxing place to enjoy nature and farm animals! They do a nice job at the farm and they help adults who are challenged with a disability and do it for donations. Teach your children a few lessons about animals and farming, go on a romantic interlude with your mate, visit the Enchanted forrest and read a big book in a natural classroom. DO it all at Springdale Farm!
4 based on 54 reviews
Hamlin Beach State Park is a wonderful area with miles and miles of hiking trails and bicycle paths. The path crosses through five major areas, numbered creatively as one-through-five, each with its own beach, rental buildings, playgrounds, and more. Hundreds of families use the cookout grills and tables every day, so you should plan on getting there early if you want to accommodate a large number of people. But it's all there; lots of facilities for everyone, and the outdoor trails and paths are phenomenal for walking, bicycling and almost anything else. You will love it!
One warning: Don't count on getting in for free with you military ID card. It doesn't work here. Sorry, vets.
5 based on 265 reviews
Crush Beer & Wine Tours offers guided tours of Breweries and Wineries in the picturesque setting of the Finger Lakes and Rochester, NY.
Great time. Tony our driver was amazing. Best way to do a tour.no worry about driving. Great sceenery also. Had a pick up at our bed and breakfast. Nicr!*
4 based on 13 reviews
I've come to this place three different times now. The latest time come to the place has been to go sledding here at Northhampton Park. the place has definitely for sure got a pretty good sledding are for in the winter for families with kids when it's not too cold to come out for that stuff. this place is definitely not a bad place at all to plan summer birthday parties, graduation parties, maybe even family reunion parties at as well.
3.5 based on 29 reviews
Live in the area and we were doing a bike ride and thought what a great place to grab a bite and check it out. We sat for about 20 minutes without so much as a nod of the head from any of the wait staff. Finally, disgusted we left. Never been back, probably never will. I don't care how busy a place is, you always at least acknowledge the customer.
4.5 based on 14 reviews
My granddaughters first birthday party was at one of the lodges in Pine Way Ponds Park. Boetcher lodge was very nice, new, bright, clean, heated - the kitchen was nice, lots of outlets...it ended up being a rainy day for us, but innice weather their is a little playground and "spray park" where animal figures spray water out. Also a little pond.
4 based on 8 reviews
Grace and Truth Sports Park is a huge facility that maintains a number of soccer and baseball fields in very good condition. It is used for numerous sporting events and competitions throughout the year, although it is VERY remote from most fields found inside the city. Their refreshment stand is better than most, and can always be counted upon for a decent hot dog or hamburger. I would gladly come here for all our games and events.
4 based on 8 reviews
The Spencerport Depot & Canal Museum is located in a historic trolley depot that sits along the banks of the Erie Canal in Spencerport, NY. The Spencerport Depot & Canal Museum is a small museum and visitor center. The museum houses collections related to the Erie Canal, transportation, communication, and local history on its main level. Downstairs there are restroom facilities for boaters traveling the Erie Canal. The museum operates during the canal season and is run primarily through the efforts of volunteers.
The Spencerport Depot & Canal Museum is a very locally-oriented piece of history that has become a labor of love for the local people (especially senior citizens) of Spencerport. The building itself is over 100 years old, having been an early train depot that has been moved at least twice during its existence. Rescued from the brink of destructions on more than one occasion, the building has served as a train depot, a private residence, and a museum, as well as several periods when it was vacant and in the advanced stages of falling apart.
This small museum was moved to its current location in 2005, and then completely renovated through over 80,000 hours of individually-donated work. Everything was hand-worked, right down to the beautiful furniture that graces the interior.
Everything about this inside of this building is about education. Not only are there displays about the Erie Canal itself, but of the local community, the Ogden phone company, a farmers' library, and more. The people who staff this museum love what they do and it shows. They will gladly talk to you on almost any topic covered by the museum, and their passion for the subject shows.
This museum won't take you long to get through, as it is entirely contained within a couple of small rooms. However, it is worth the stop, especially if you are in the area. I do recommend it.
4 based on 9 reviews
The theatre itself is a nice community movie theatre and has been around for about 100 years. I just went back for the first time in 25 years to see the new "Captain America: Civil War" movie which was the first film I have seen there since the Bond film "The Living Daylights". back then it was 1 big theatre but it has since been broken up into three smaller theaters. The seats are older and the bathroom could probably use some modern upgrades but the theatre does have some charm despite this.
The front entrance contains the old projector that had been used for decades to show films but has since been upgraded (it would have been the projector I had seen that Bond film on). It is nice seeing that bit of history with what looks like might be one of the oldest movie theaters in the country.
So you don't have the big luxury seating that is becoming more commonplace but it is nice to see an old theatre still in use and serving a community like Brockport.
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