Williamson, NY 14589
HoursOPEN FOR BUSINESS!
Saturday & Sundays 12pm-6pm
Through December 31st
Closed January, February, March
Long before explorers and armies, battles and trade routes, early French voyagers introduced a species of apple tree to this region. One tree in particular was planted at the end of a point right here in our town near Pultneyville Harbor, overlooking Lake Ontario’s immense expanse. Decades passed and the tree began to lean into the weather and erosion, extending its branches over the water like a ship’s boom and full white sail when in bloom.
Known then as Apple Boom Point it became a beacon, an apple blossom welcome and respite to any and all travelers crossing the lake or navigating its shores. And while the tree has long since gone, vineyards, orchards, row crops and hardwoods now flourish here, Boom Point and its natural attraction live on. We are a destination for those who come from far and wide to relax and enjoy our hospitality and the quiet, fertile beauty discovered here hundreds of years ago.