6575 4th Section Rd.
Brockport, NY 14420
Phone: (585) 637-3157
Fax: (585) 637-0434
The Lake View Cemetery is situated in the Sweden Township, in close proximity to Brockport in Monroe County, New York. It was constructed in 1891 and illustrates the Romanesque Revival style of architecture replete with a chapel, a small dew pond and a fountain. It operates from 7:00a to 3:30p daily and is well-managed by the Superintendent of Highways. It is closed for cremation during the winter, although there is a provision for a winter vault. The Highway Department supervises the upkeep of grounds, burial permits in the crematory, lot sales and much more. The church over the years has gained a lot of historical value to get registered in the National Register of Historic Places in 2009.
The Morgan-Manning House was built way back in 1854 and has adapted the Italianate style of architecture. It was incorporated in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1991.
The Brockport region in Monroe County, New York is bequeathed with one of the finer churches in the form of the First Presbyterian Church. It is established and incorporated as the Congregational Society of Brockport. The church site is highly distinguished as a vital Presbyterian Church in the vicinity. It features on the National Register of Historic Places. It exemplifies the Greek Revival style of architecture. Four bays in length and three bays wide, the main block is structured of a red brick placed on a sandstone foundation.
Located in Holley, Maple Grove Farm of Clarendon is a fifth generation farm. The first residents of the family lived on the farms in the year 1846 and since then have been actively involved in the making of maple products. Today, the farm uses the traditional method of collection and processing the saps using wooden tools to create variety of syrups ranging from syrups, jelly, granules, sugar and cotton candy. Tour to the farm and the sugar house is available during the maple season (March- April), where you can also enjoy the pancakes and indulge in syrup tasting. Call to plan a visit to the farm.
If you are tired of the loud city noises or want to have a day out, Hurd Orchards is the place to go. This orchard is a wonderful place that grows various exotic kinds of fruits and flowers in its expansive space. The orchard also conducts several children's programs, private events and tea tasting sessions that are fun to attend. If you are not interested in attending any event, try taking a guided tour of the orchard to know more about the farm plantation. After you are done, do not forget to go to their store and sample the wonderful jams, pickles and other delicacies that are made here. To know more about them, check the website.
The Spencerport Methodist Church is a historical church that was erected way back in the 1870s era. This United Methodist Church is included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places; it welcomes everyone to come together and pray for peace.
Partyka Farms is a farm market that specializes in the production and sale of fresh fruits and vegetables. Besides, shopping for fresh local produce, you and your family can also enjoy a day-out by engaging in some fun activities. To lay your hands on the best selection of local fruits and vegetables, head to the town of Kendell and stopover at the famous farm.
Located to the east of Albion village, this cemetery was established in the earlier half of the 19th Century. Spread across almost 75 acres (30.35 hectares), Mount Albion Cemetery includes some rare trees and graves situated on elevated plains. A civil war memorial and a chapel are located on site. Renowned politicians from the 19th Century are laid to rest here, the most famous one being Rufus Bullock, the first Republican Governor of Georgia.
The Orleans County Courthouse Historic District comprises of magnificent buildings which have a great architectural and historical value. Spread over an area of 15 acres (6.1 hectares), it is mostly centered around the courthouse square. The beautiful architecture of the contributing buildings has landed this district in the National Register of Historic Places.
Albion is a town in New York State which has two other namesakes in the same state. It includes a part of Albion village as well. The Albion Strawberry Festival is one of the most awaited annual events in the town. It has it all-entertainment shows, performances, craft fairs, local product exhibitions and a car show as well. Besides this, the town has several restaurants and shopping places for tourists.
Established as a rural cemetery in 1858, the Machpelah has been expanding ever since. Encompassing an area of 24.7 acres (10.0 hectares), it is the final resting place of 5500 people. Veterans of several American Wars also form a part of this number. The Woodward Mausoleum and the park like setting of the cemetery look well maintained and preserved.
Nestled in Garbutt hamlet, within the town of Wheatland, Garbuttsville Cemetery is one of the oldest cemeteries in Monroe County. In this relatively small cemetery, around 600 graves belong to those interred here in the 19th Century. John Garbutt, the first supervisor of Wheatland and a former member of New York State Assembly, has been laid to rest here. Garbuttsville Cemetery was added to the National register of Historical Places in 2006.