Maxwell Creek Inn Bed & Breakfast
7563 Lake Road, Sodus, NY 14551 (Map)
Phone: 315-483-2222 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nearest Cities & Towns: Rochester-30M; Geneva-31M; Oswego-40M; Syracuse-59M; Williamson-10M; Ontario-15M; Webster-20M; Sodus Point-2M; Wolcott-16M; Newark-14M
Being one of the five great lakes of North America, Lake Ontario, translated "Lake of Shining Waters" in the Huron Language, has its southern and eastern borders confined by seven New York state counties: Niagara, Orleans, Monroe, Wayne, Cayuga, Oswego and Jefferson, and the northern and southwestern borders by the province of Ontario, Canada. Lake Ontario is the 14th largest lake in the world.
Due to the microclimatic effects from Lake Ontario's southwestern shore, is a major fruit-growing area. You will find an impressive aray of orchards. Apples, cherries, pears, plums and peaches are all grown commercially in this area.
Lake Ontario is home to several lighthouses, wineries and much more along this great inland waterway.
Lighthouses on the southern border of Lake Ontario:
Fort Niagara | Grand Island Front Range: on the grounds of the Buffalo Launch Club | 30 Mile Point | Charlotte-Genesee | Sodus Point | Sodus Outer | Oswego West Pierhead | Selkirk - located at the mouth of Salmon River and Lake Ontario, Pulaski, NY.
Lighthouses on the eastern border of Lake Ontario:
Stony Point - private property at entrance to Henderson Harbor | Horse Island - privately owned and hard to see due to leaves of trees, island is located off Sackets Harbor | Cape Vincent Breakwater | Tibbetts Point | Rock Island, located in the Thousand Islands | Sunken Rock, Alexandria Bay, NY, near Heart Island and Boldt Castle | Sisters Island, Thousand Islands | Crossover Island | Ogdensburg Harbor - privately owned at the junction of the St. Lawrence and Oswegatchie Rivers in Ogdensburg, NY.