Located just ten minutes north of Niagara Falls, Lewiston rests along the banks of the Niagara River. It is known for unique festivals, rich history, quaint charm and outstanding fishing.


Youngstown is a quaint and historic village located 11 miles north of Niagara Falls, New York along the Canadian border with views of Niagara-on- the Lake as well as the Toronto skyline (which can be seen from Old Fort Niagara). Independently owned businesses and shops line the main streets with restaurants offering fresh home cooked comfort food as well as gourmet fare.  The village offers quaint accommodations for those who wish to extend their visit by a day and real estate services for those who want to stay a lifetime.  Old Fort Niagara is the featured historic attraction located in the Village on the shores of Lake Ontario.

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Ransomville has a bountiful selection of roadside produce stands and U-Pick ‘em Farms with fresh produce, baked goods, jams and country gifts. The agricultural richness of the area dates back hundreds of years!  From apples to fresh corn, the local farms offer a variety of home grown freshness that can’t be beat. The hamlet of Ransomville is located in the center of the Town of Porter with all of the amenities you need as you travel to the Lake, or stay overnight at a local campground.  Stop by the Ransomville Speedway on Friday’s nights and special weekends for family fun!


Sanborn is located just above the Niagara Escarpment, nestled in the southwestern corner of the Town of Lewiston. This agriculturally rich community is home to Niagara County Community College, unique antique co-ops and minutes from the Niagara Wine Trail. Spend a day traveling looking for treasures with five antique stores located within one mile of each other! Sanborn’s history is chronicled at the sixty acre Sanborn-Lewiston Farm Museum (Rt. 31) and also at the Schoolhouse Museum, both run by the Sanborn Area Historical Society. They celebrate an annual Farm Festival on the museum grounds each July as a celebration of Sanborn’s past and present.

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