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The Lake Plains region of Orleans County was originally settled due to its fertile soil, lush forests and easy access to natural waterways. Today, our strengths continue to lie in the natural resources left behind by the glaciers of the last ice age, combined with a climate moderated by the gentle breezes and deep waters of Lake Ontario making it ideal condition for growing bountiful crops of apples, peaches, pears, grapes, berries and a wide variety of vegetables.  Browse the following list of businesses by:

• Farm Markets
• Winery
• Maple Products
• Nurseries/Greenhouse
• Seasonal Produce Stands

View Orleans County Agri-Tourism in a full screen map. [Will open in new browser window.]

Navigate our Maps

With your cursor pan cursor positioned inside the map’s boundaries, control the scale of the map with your scroll wheel. To return to the original scale & location, click on the map title. Pan the map by clicking and dragging. Click & drag the map’s scroll bar to view listings below the map (except for the home page).

map marker Reveal the attraction’s name by positioning your cursor over the map marker. Single click it to view the attraction’s details & website link. Double click on a marker to open the Google Maps “Get Directions” utility in a new browser window.

Cluster MarkerZoom in on a cluster of markers by clicking on the Cluster icon.

SearchNarrow your search by clicking on a “Group” name in the key at the bottom of the map or use the search function. Click on the map’s title to refresh and display all listings.

Map Mode selector View Orleans County in MAP, TERRAIN or SATELLITE mode by clicking on the drop down menu in the upper right hand corner of the map and selecting the desired mode.

Go to Street View icons Want to see a street view? Click on the “Person” icon (upper left corner of map) and drag to your desired location. To return to the map, simply click on the “x” in the upper right hand corner.

Orleans County Business Owners: Submit or update your listing.

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