Ontario Beach Park
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This water front area feels more like a beach than Durand. Loads of places to eat and hang out by the water.
Awesomely huge, beach, volleyball, merry go round, pier, light house, great bars and restaurants...
Ontario Beach Park, a 39-acre park that has natural sandy beaches, is located off of the Northwest quadrant of the city on the shores of Lake Ontario. The park is open all year round, and there are shelters that can be rented during the summer or winter. The park offers swimming, fishing, and…
Grab some Abbott's frozen custard and walk the 3/4 mile pier out into the lake or kick off your shoes and lounge in the large sand beach. Live music and festivals are frequent in the summer.
The endless view of Lake Ontario, a well-kept public beach, a variety of restaurants on the Port of Rochester, and great people watching.
A number of renovations in the 1980s, 1990s, and 2000s brought a refurbished bathhouse— now called the Roger J. Robach Community Center— into the 21st century. The second floor currently serves as a banquet hall, rentable for weddings and ceremonies.
Play beach volleyball, build a sandcastle, walk the pier at sunset. There is also plenty of nearby night life.
Sandy beach on the shore of Lake Ontario with pier, boardwalk, dining, and entertainment.
Well rated park along the shore of Lake Ontario. Boardwalk and pier walking to enjoy the sunset, or watch the shipping during the day. Swimming beach, food available. The carousel is a major attraction.