Cazenovia, New York

What a beautiful small town! Cazenovia came through the efforts of John Lincklaen, who with 10 families came to live in the spring of 1793. It was well placed with the creek for energy to develop mills, timber and farmland. Now, its beauty remains in renovated buildings, small shops, restaurants, and a college, Cazenovia College.

Here are some of the sites.

The Cazenovia Library

The Lincklaen House- a historical landmark since 1835, notables such as President and Mrs. Grover Cleveland, and John D. Rockefeller, dined and lodged here.

Other shops and historic sites..

Antique Stores

Another lovely Inn.. The Brae Loch Inn


Taken from the Cazenovia Lake Community Bulletin Board site.

Final Mention: Lorenzo State Historic Site – another must see on the beautiful Cazenovia Lake.

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