Welcome to Irondequoit, NY


Irondequoit is a town defined by water. Its northern border is the shoreline of Lake Ontario; to the east is Irondequoit Bay, and to the west is the Genesee River. The area is also home to distinct and diverse neighborhoods ranging from the posh estates surrounding Durand-Eastman Park to quiet residential locations like Laurelton; and from waterview homes at Irondequoit Bay to the lakefront community of Summerville, made up largely of summer cottages that have now been turned into year-round residences. Locals enjoy the beauty of nature at every corner; and because the region has served as a resort area since the late 1800’s, Irondequoit also offers a multitude of recreational attractions. There is an amusement park at Sea Breeze, miniature golf, a rowing club, several beaches, even a bridge that’s removed for boat passage each summer and swings back into place off-season to provide easy access to the Town of Webster!

Who Lives Here

There’s a breezy, outgoing style that permeates the locals here. Fiercely proud of their waterways and parks, the town is host to a multitude of enormously popular community events that entice residents and fans from throughout the county.


Within the borders of Irondequoit you’ll find everything you need – plenty of restaurants, Wegmans, movie screens, hairdressers, major shopping plazas, banks, fast food outlets of all sorts, many locations to ‘shop local,’ even a few popular clubs for late night partying.

Recreation & Entertainment

With the layout of the land and water here, the great outdoors is a major attraction for residents of all ages. You’ll find them enjoying a new bike/jogging path along the lake or boating, hiking, and barbecuing in the summer; and cross-country skiing in the winter. Irondequoit also boasts well-known dining establishments and locations with live entertainment.

Transportation & Traffic

I-590 and Rt. 104 provide quick access to and from Irondequoit.  Major roads crisscross the area – Titus Ave., Culver Rd., St. Paul Blvd., Kings Hwy S., Hudson, Seneca, Lake and Portland Avenues; with Lakeshore Blvd. and Sea Breeze Dr. offering scenic routes.

Pros & Cons

Living by the ‘big lake’ keeps the temperatures milder in the summer; but can add snowfall totals to your driveway in the winter. Then again, some things are worth the trade off, right?

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