LeRoy Historical Society

46 A little bit of heaven at Exit 47! Just six miles south of New York State Thruway Exit 47 , LeRoy is everything Genesee County is about: charm, a relaxed, quiet atmosphere, great food, tree-lined streets, intriguing history, camping, fishing, golf, and the world’s only JELL-O Museum! Discover one of the largest collections of barn quilts as you drive the scenic roads around town. Enjoy a beautiful 18-hole golf course and trout fishing along Oatka Creek or visit the many antique and craft shops. During the summer, farm markets are filled with fresh, local produce and gifts. Over 100 painted quilts adorn barns, houses, sheds, and garages throughout town. At only eight feet tall, she stands proudly on the bank of the Oatka Creek in LeRoy. Golf, Fishing, Antiques, Camping, and More! Lady Liberty’s Little Sister! LeRoy’s Barn Quilt Trail Enjoy L e Roy Visit the last remaining 100-ton Marion Steam Shovel on the National Register of Historic Places, just 5 minutes from downtown LeRoy. LeRoy Events April Dedication of Women’s Suffrage Marker April 2nd July-August 30th Annual Oatka Festival July 14-15th October 5th Annual Fall For LeRoy October 6th December LeRoy’s Annual Winterfest December 1st LeRoy’s “First Night” December 31st