Either before or after a round of golf, visit the historic Village of LeRoy with its tree lined streets and classic Victorian houses. Nestled along the scenic Oatka Creek, LeRoy is one of the most beautiful villages in Western New York and offers you a relaxed, quiet atmosphere, away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
The annual LeRoy OatkaFest is held on a weekend in the middle of July from 10:00 am - 6:00 pm on Saturday and from 10:00 am - 5:00 pm on Sunday. The festival is at Trigon Park in the center of town and the adjacent school grounds and banks of the Oatka Creek. Free parking and free admission makes this annual community festival a very popular family event. The festival features a Saturday parade, a large craft show, an avenue of food booths plus non-stop entertainment for the entire family.
Discover the rich history of LeRoy at the historic 1822 LeRoy House and Jell-O Gallery Museum. See the LeRoy Historical Society's "On the Road," an exhibit exploring over 100 years of transportation including a 1908 Cadillac, and the story of why Henry Ford was arrested for speeding in LeRoy. Just minutes away from LeRoy in Mumford, you can take a step back in time and experience what life was like in the Genesee Valley in the 1800s at the Genesee Country Village.