Ontario

The "Beautiful Lake" Lake Ontario's area is 20,518,400 acres Length 193 miles Max. Depth 802 feet Width 53 miles Volume 393 cubic miles Elevation 243 feet  Characteristics Lake Ontario is the smallest and eastern-most of the Great Lakes with a drainage basin covering parts of Ontario, Canada and New York. The lake is used for transportation of goods, recreation and fishing. Canadian cities bordering Lake Ontario include Hamilton and Toronto.

Towns 
Rochester  – Explore Rochester's  High Falls area where the Genesee Rive flows through the city.  Cruise, bike or hike, on the original Erie Canal path while visiting great restaurants, shops and quaint villages along the way.

Beaches & Parks

Beechwood State Park – Lake Rd. Sodus, picnic area. Limited amenities
Chimney Bluffs State Park -hiking trails traverse towering cliffs give visitors breathtaking views of the Lake Ontario.
Fair Haven State Park – State Rt 104A, east of Sodus bay. Offers a large sandy beach with life guards.  Camping, boating , picnic area, biking, hiking trails.
Webster Park –Holt Rd. Webster.  Fishing, Trails, picnic areas, ball fields.

 

Marina's & Boat Launches.

Sodus Bay – Rt 14 at end of Margaretta Rd.  Concrete Ramp.  
Fair Haven State Park – boat launch available.
Port Bay West Site – Off West Port Bay Road, 5 miles north of Village Wolcott. Concrete launching ramp.
Port Bay South Site –Off West Port Bay Road, 3 miles north of Village Wolcott. Hard surface ramp.

 

Attractions
George Eastman House
Sodus Bay Lighthouse Museum-N Ontario St  Sodus Point.
Seabreeze Amusement Park -  Culver Rd, Rochester