Nestled between the cities of Rochester and Syracuse and southern shore of Lake Ontario lies Wayne County. We are known for our rural charm, vast apple orchards, drumlins, trophy fishing and scenic beauty. Two skirmishes were fought in the county during the War of 1812, one in Sodus Point and the other in Williamson in the hamlet of Pultneyville. It became the policy of British ships to hover along the lakeshore in search of undefended villages but they were met with resistance from the men who served bravely and are remembered today with the Sodus Point and Pultneyville Peace Gardens.
WAYNE COUNTY OFFICE OF TOURISM
9 Pearl Street, Suite 3, Lyons, NY 14489
1-800-527-6510 / www.waynecountytourism.com
Visitor Information for Wayne County, group tour assistance. 9am-5pm (EST).