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Genesee County, NY

A fun and friendly destination! Conveniently located halfway between Niagara Falls/Buffalo and Rochester, Genesee County has three major exits off the NYS Thruway (I-90): Exits 47, 48 and 48A.

We’re located less than an hour from the Canadian border and Niagara Falls to the west, and the Finger Lakes Region to the east.

With over 1,000 hotel rooms, great dining selections and interesting things to see and do, Genesee County offers something for everyone!

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History of Batavia Muckdogs exhibit comes to Holland Land Office Museum

September 21, 2016

Old grey baseball uniforms with white lettering hang on black wire racks, baseballs and wooden [Keep Reading]

Batavia Players find art, humor in ‘Bakersfield Mist’

September 15, 2016

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and in the case of the suspected [Keep Reading]

Foxprowl moves into new Main and Jackson location

September 2, 2016

It’s a lot of work moving thousands of collectible toys along with 40,000 comic books, [Keep Reading]

New owners maintain traditions and move forward at the Miss Batavia Diner

August 24, 2016

You might call it destiny. Lance and Danielle Engel had considered buying other restaurants over [Keep Reading]

Rolling Hills Asylum receives legends and lore marker

August 22, 2016

Established in 1827, Rolling Hills Asylum — previously known as the Genesee County Poor House [Keep Reading]