Lancaster offers scenic parks and recreation areas for year-round enjoyment. Town parks include Westwood Park, Walden Pond Park, Keysa Town Park and Meadow Lea Park. In addition, Como Lake Park, an Erie County Park, lies in the heart of Lancaster.


Lancaster Heritage Trail Bike Path

A scenic 4 mile long bike trail stretching from Walter Winter Drive to Town Line Road, the Heritage Trail is perfect for biking, walking and inline skating as well as cross country skiing during the winter months.

Parking and Trail Access

Trail-goers may access the Heritage Trail via Erie Street to  Walter Winter Drive or by following Commerce Drive through the Village of Lancaster Industrial Park. The other entrance is off Town Line Road, between Walden Avenue and Westwood Road. Public parking lots are located at both entrances.

Golf and Country Clubs

Lancaster is home to first-class golf courses, including the Buffalo Tournament Club, a public 18 hole course, as well as the Lancaster Country Club and the Fox Valley Club.

Buffalo Tournament Club
6432 Genesee Street
Lancaster, NY

The Fox Valley Club
6161 Genesee Street
Lancaster, NY 14086

The Lancaster Country Club
6061 Broadway Street
Lancaster, NY


Lancaster Opera House

The Village of Lancaster, New York is home to the Lancaster Opera House. The Lancaster Opera House, designed by George J. Metzger, is one of only a few such Town Hall Opera Houses left in the country. This historic 1897 structure has been carefully restored to its original elegance. The Lancaster Opera House is at the center of our Village business district and community.

The Lancaster Opera House
21 Central Avenue
Lancaster, NY

The Hull House

The Federal style house, circa 1810, is believed to be the oldest stone dwelling in Erie County. Restoration efforts are being undertaken by the Hull House Foundation.

The Hull House
5976 Genesee Street
Lancaster, NY