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Ontario Beach Park

Turning Point Park

Abbott’s Frozen Custard

Hose 22 Firehouse Grill

Pelican’s Nest

Whiskey River Pub and Grill

Bill Gray’s


  • The Charlotte neighborhood (pronounced shar-LOT) is reminiscent of New England's coastal towns, bringing together city convenience with lakeside charm. All summer long, friends and families flock to the neighborhood’s Ontario Beach Park to set up a brightly-colored towel and umbrella on the shoreline. 


  • Charlotte is nestled between several points of natural beauty, including Turning Point Park and the Genesee River. Many of the homes and apartment buildings can be found cradled between the valleys that ebb and flow throughout this neighborhood’s astounding topography. Charlotte provides miles of trails for exploration and adventure for those who love starting the day with a bike ride or leisurely walk. 


  • A day spent on the pier at Ontario Beach Park could be filled with endless opportunities for entertainment. In the summertime, visitors can cool off with one of Abbott’s famous ice cream sundaes. Children (or adults with a youthful spirit) can ride on the park’s carousel, constructed in 1905. Those with a daring mindset can take their stab at completing the Polar Plunge, a winter event that attracts the adventurous to Lake Ontario’s chilling waters each year.

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