Brockport Things to Do
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...more
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...more
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4908 Lake Rd S, Brockport, NY 14420
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6575 4th Section Rd, Brockport, NY 14420
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320 Main Street, Brockport, New York, 14420, United States
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The main menu here is a mix of Southern-fried and Barbecue. Featured meals are St. Louis Ribs (which can go for $9 to $20 depending on portion), Cajun-style Steak (big enough for two to eat at $20) and Blackened Chicken for under $15. The main meal comes with salad and vegetable. They serve seafood and some Italian dishes and a whole list of...more
Bill Gray's restaurant in Brockport is another franchise in a long list of units that have been popular in Western New York State. Their motto is: you deserve the best and we bring it to you.This is an upscale fast food place with good meat sandwiches and reasonable prices.The inside is bright with both booths and tables and a lot of light colored...more
This pizzeria is popular with the college crowd in Brockport. Their motto is "consistently good pizza, delivered hot and speedy". And they live up to that too. It isn't much of a pizza shop but they have a great menu.All kinds of toppings for the pizzas, submarine (hoagy) sandwiches, fresh salads, chicken wings and fingers, fried mushrooms, hot...more
The best means of transportation in the Brockport area is your private car. You can get to most tourist sites via route 31 or route 31A or route 260 or route 19. Route 18 and I-490 will take you to east-west areas a bit farther from Brockport.If you need some transportation, then you can try Brockport Taxi (585-637-2840) or Enterprise Rental...more
Rochester Transit Service provides a bus from downtown Rochester to the SUNY Brockport area. The route runs from Midtown Plaza to Colonial Plaza to Elmgrove Road to Spencerport to Brockport Plaza to SUNY Brockport ( and continues on out to Clarkson).Price is $1.25 per route or $3 for all-day pass. They have other rates for seniors, students or...more
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This is a large department store. Unlike many of these types of stores that are in the larger cities, this store is clean and without clothes laying on the floor or toys in the aisles. There are lots of sale items and discount coupons abound in the local papers.
It has every department you could think of: Baby, Women's, Men's, Electronics, Home and Repair, Music/Movies, Jewelry, Pets. They even have food and garden equipment and flowers and patio furniture. My wife can spend hours (literally) browsing these stoes.
So if you are on vacation and you forgot anything, just look for Walmarts for what you need.Related to:
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Brockport Local Customs
Every summer, in mid-August, in Brockport, the art community of the greater Rochester area has an arts and crafts festival. It runs normally for a Saturday and Sunday and admission is free.More than 50000 people attend, so parking can be an issue and park and ride shuttles are normally provided from the large commercial parking lots and the...more
Come to Sagawa Park to hear free music by local talent.The groups begin playing at 7pm every Thursday in June, July and August (except for holidays). They last for at least two hours. You can bring your own seat or blanket or come really early and try to get one of the general seats (very limited).The music genre is generally popular tunes or...more
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Brockport Warnings and Dangers
The crime stats for Brockport show that it is a safe place to live and visit. The only prevelant crimes on record are Rapes and Larceny and the numbers of those crimes annually is well below the New York State average.
There are only 6 sex offenders registered in the area.
If you are interested in more information see the website below.
Use the same protection methods you use at home and you will have a safe visit to Brockport.Related to:
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Brockport Off The Beaten Path
This is a nice quiet park with picnicking facilities (tables, grill-stands) all handicap accessible. There are some minor trails in the park good for walking or jogging (not hiking or birding). The park is landscaped to allow great views of the Erie Canal area. There are some limited playground equipment for the kids. Recently they have installed a...more
This is a nice village park with many facilities for the kids to enjoy themselves.There is a Skate/Skateboard section and a BMX bike track; there are playgrounds and a ball field. The park has a full facility rest room with handicap accessibility. A new pavilion is available for rent.Come on over and take a break from the driving grind of...more
Every September 11th, a memorial vigil is held at the Brockport Firemen's Monument. The statue and surrounding land is dedicated to those brave men who lost their lives helping others on 11SEP01. When you visit, you can make donations to help maintain this monument or buy an engraved brick that will be used in the monument, to commemorate your...more
Brockport Sports & Outdoors
This is a semi-private course so you must call ahead to reserve tee times when tournaments and leagues and member foursomes are not scheduled. $20 will get you one round and a cart.
18-holes with fairly narrow fairways perimetered by mature trees. Two streams are on the property but they are mostly along the edge of the fairways and come into play as a hazard on only two holes. The course is 5800 yards (not especially long) but it is no easy go even at the short hole lengths.
Duffers (like me) will find this a difficult course if you cannot keep the ball in the fairly-well-groomed fairways. The roughs are very rough. So a short accurate shot is better than a wild power shot. The greens are pretty flat and well-kept bent grass; they tend to be fast in the dry summer weather.
The clubhouse/snack shop has beverages and finger foods.
The driving range will give you a chance to warm up before attempting the course.Related to:
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