Attractions in Victor, New York

Attractions in Victor, New York
Victor is located in the midst of the Finger Lakes district of New York state. The village is about 22 miles from the southern shore of Lake Ontario. Several area attractions will appeal to the active vacationer, whether you prefer hiking through natural scenery, playing a round or two of golf or exploring historic sites.

Ganondagan State Historic Site

This state historic site celebrates the heritage of the Seneca tribe, a part of the Haudenosaunee or Iroquois nation that lived in this area. During the winter season, the site holds the Ganondagan Winter Games and Sports event and the Seneca Snow Shoe Run competition. There are three interpretive hiking trails traversing the historic site: the Earth is Our Mother trail, the Granary Trail at Fort Hill and the Trail of Peace.

Ganondagan State Historic Site
1488 New York 444
Victor, NY 14564-9346
(585) 924-5848
ganondagan.org

Victor Area Parks

The Victor area claims nine parks, each with different recreational opportunities. The smallest of these is Mead Square, the site of frequent summer concerts, located in the center of Victor. The largest, Boughton Park, is 330 acres and co-managed by Victor and two other towns. Fifteen miles of multi-use trail systems for mountain biking can be found in Dryer Recreational Park.

Victor Parks and Recreation
85 E. Main St.
Victor, NY 14564
victorny.org

Victor Hills Golf Club

The Victor Hills Golf Club is a public golf course comprised of three 18-hole courses and a 9-hole executive course.

Victor Hills Golf Club
1450 Brace Rd.
Victor, NY 14564
(585) 924-3480
victorhills.com

Auburn Creek Miniature Golf

Seasonal passes can be purchased for this 18-hole miniature golf course and driving range. The golf course also has youth camps and golf lessons available.

Auburn Creek Miniature Golf
7331 Victor-Mendon Rd.
Victor, NY 14564
auburncreekgolf.com

The Victor Apple Farm

The Victor Apple Farm offers you an opportunity to pick your own apples or purchase picked apples, cider, other apple products and honey from the store. A trail (.8 miles) leads from the parking lot through the orchard to the Seneca Trail.

The Victor Apple Farm
1640 St. Rt. 444
Victor, NY 14564
(585) 924-3420
thevictorapplefarm.com

Valentown Museum

Valentown is a ghost town that has been turned into a museum. On Saturdays from Memorial Day to Labor Day artisans demonstrate how to make 19th century crafts and the museum offers historic tours. Throughout the year, visitors can reserve a date for a group ghost hunt at the museum or the Levi Valentine homestead.

Valentown Museum
7370 Valentown Rd.
Victor, NY 14564
(585) 924-4170
valentown.org

Finger Lakes Scenic Railway

The Finger Lakes Scenic Railway offers excursions to and from Victor at scheduled times of the year. The Victor Rail Festival is held in August, and in November and December a special Santa train visits the community.

Finger Lakes Scenic Railway
PO Box 1099
Geneva, NY 14456
(315) 209-1029 or (315) 374-1570
fingerlakesscenicrailway.com

Article Written By Sandra Petersen

For almost four years, Sandra Petersen has written fiction stories and non-fiction articles for sites like FaithWriters, Associated Content, Helium, Textbroker, and Triond as well as Demand Studios. Petersen attended the University of Wisconsin-Superior and earned her Bachelor's degree in elementary education with a minor in music education.

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