Sodus Point is a small village in New York with a quaint, old town feel, surrounded by the waters of Great Sodus Bay, the largest bay on the south shore of Lake Ontario.
With historic origins going back to 1812, Sodus Point has plenty to explore to find out about its interesting past. The Sodus Point Historical Society is in charge of the old Lighthouse and museum. Located along the Seaway Trail the Sodus Bay Lighthouse attracts many visitors and in summer there are concerts on its lawn. Sodus Point has a white sandy beach and lovely clear waters perfect for summer days at the beach. Beach goers can rent boats or take a guided cruise up the shoreline of Lake Ontario. Nearby there are more trails and scenic views at Beechwood State Park and Chimney Bluffs State Park. Both are amazing spots for a sunset photograph session over the water.
Spring and summer are the best times to visit for the outdoor fun and sunny days on the water.