The Village of Spencerport is a quaint community located within the Town of Ogden. The village has approximately 3,500 residents and is surrounded by rural areas and farmland. The village’s highlight is the canal-side gazebo. The center of the “downtown” business district is Union Street with many specialty shops. Spencerport is conveniently located near Rochester for all the amenities of the big city.
Towpath Park, in Spencerport, is on the northeast canal bank where pleasure boats often dock. Spencerport Canal Park offers a recreational trail for running, walking or bicycling. There are several excellent golf courses in the area.
Sweden has a friendly atmosphere, with its combination of gently rolling farmland, residential development and an old-fashioned canal-side village. The Village of Brockport, home to the State University, provides a unique selection of shops and restaurants that make it attractive for pleasure or business.
Sweden Town Park offers a skate park and BMX track, ball fields, playground and walking trail. Northampton Park, in the Towns of Sweden and Ogden, offers trails for hiking, horseback riding and cross country skiing as well as lodges and playgrounds.
Victor is a suburban village and town in Ontario County with a population estimated at over 11,000. The total land area is 36 square miles situated in the scenic foothills of the Finger Lake region. Victor is a modern community that honors the past yet plans for the future. Both historic and modern buildings co-existent in Victor. The Ganondagan State Historic Site is an historic Seneca village in Victor.
Victor has excellent outdoor opportunities including hiking or skiing the trails at Dryer Road Park. Mendon Ponds Park is nearby in Honeoye Falls with over 30 miles of trails. Golfers will be pleased with the many excellent courses nearby.
Webster is among Monroe County's fastest growing towns, with its waterfront homes, quiet suburban neighborhoods, farmland and convenient shopping. Its motto is: "Where life is worth living." About three hundred new homes have been built here each year for the past five years. Webster offers a variety of housing choices and many neighborhoods have large lots. The school system is excellent as well as the shopping and the parks.
The town is bordered on two sides by water, with Lake Ontario on the north and Irondequoit Bay to the west, which is a big plus for water lovers, fisherman and boating enthusiasts. Golfers will be happy, as well, with many excellent golf courses close by.
Wheatland calls itself “a small jewel in Monroe County”. It is located just 11 miles from Rochester. Wheatland’s name reflects their pride in the agriculture grown there. Wheatland has a rural character, but its residents represent a mix of occupations, from factory workers to lawyers. The town has three parks, and the Village of Scottsville is the town's heart.
Wheatland is home to the Genesee Country Museum where the history of the area is preserved. The Oatka Creek is great for trout fishing or tubing. The Genesee Valley Greenway goes through Wheatland and travels north to Lake Ontario or south to Letchworth State Park.