Brockport walking tour
This is a self-guided tour designed by the Brockport Historical Society to provide visitors with an understanding and appreciation of the growth of the area and the importance of the erie Canal.
The walk is in five segments; each segment is about a half-hour in length. If you have a group of visitors a guided tour can be scheduled by contacting the village historian. Good walking shoes are a must as is a water bottle during the summer. Restrooms are provided at the Brockport Police Department.
see the website below for the actual tour particulars and spots of interest.
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visit Sagawa Park
This park was donated to Brockport in the name of the wife of one of its prominent citizens.
The village has been industriously using the park facilities for many special events.
Every weekend in the summer, there is a lawn concert by some local talent.
Every Saturday in the summer, there is an event for the kids: clowns; knights in armor; story tellers; sprinkler parties; drum and fife bands; local volunteers doing a circus; founders' day celebrations.
Periodically, the park is used as the focus point for a walk-athon or a run-for-charity event that is generally open to the public
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