Sunday, May 15, 2016

Williamson, NY - Apple Blossom Festival

The 57th Annual Apple Blossom Festival celebrates the beauty of the bloom on

May 18 - 22, 2016.

pink and white apple blossom flowers
A time honored tradition takes place each year around mid -May celebrating the beauty of the apple blossoms. As you drive down the country roads throughout Wayne County, NY, orchard after orchard you travel through a sea of pink and white blooms. Wayne County is noted to be the second largest apple producing region throughout the United States.

The festival goes on for five days starting with the coronation of an Apple Blossom Queen that will represent the community. There is a carnival each day with crafts, food, street dancing, parade and fireworks.  There's a 5K run and a Car and Bike Show as well.  Don't miss the Apple Blossom Parade on May 21st at 3 P.M.

yellow airplane flying over trees

On May 22nd the Annual Fly-In Pancake Breakfast starts at 7 A.M. to 1 P.M. at the Williamson - Sodus Airport on Route 104, East Williamson, NY.   All you can eat!  $7 adult. $4 children.  Come by plane or by car. Everyone is welcome!
Experimental and ultra light aircraft display. Helicopter and airplane rides $30.

For a schedule of all of the festival events click here:  Williamson Apple Blossom Festival
then click on New-2016 Events.

Looking for a place to stay during the Apple Blossom Festival week? Maxwell Creek Inn Bed & Breakfast is located just 10 minutes from all of the festival activities. The Inn is surrounded by apple orchards and state park land overlooking Maxwell Bay and Lake Ontario. Only a few vacancies left. Complimentary breakfast is included.  Call us today for reservations.