Seabreeze is a classic family amusement park located along the coast of Rochester, New York. This historic park opened in 1979 and was once known as Dreamland. Over 70 rides, attractions, and games make this a fun locale to plan your next summer escape. Vacation rentals include largely furnished condos, multi-bedroom beach homes, and quiet pet-friendly apartments near the center of town. Check out some amazing Seabreeze vacation rentals and get to know the area with our top 10 Seabreeze vacation rental locations.

1. Downtown Rochester

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Make plenty of family memories when you vacation in downtown Rochester near Seabreeze Amusement Park. The Strong National Museum of Play has over 150,000 square feet of space devoted entirely to board games, dolls, books, video games, and other objects from your childhood. Afterward, head to the Rochester Museum and Science Center, where you and the family can build robots, zap lasers, climb a wall, and pretend to fly through space. Highland Park has over 150 acres of flowers and trails to explore on foot or by bike. Rochester is also part of the Finger Lakes Wine region, where you can take a tour of several vineyards and sample several wines from the region.

2. Brockport

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Brockport is a small village to the west of Rochester. It is the site of the Northampton Park, the Brockport’s Strand Theater, and Kirby’s Farmers Market. You’ll find a museum and a library to satisfy your curiosity, and several antique stores to wander through. Play a round of golf at the Timber Ridge Golf Club, or stop by one of the downtown restaurants for a bite to eat.

3. Spencerport

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Relax in one of the small suburbs of Rochester in Spencerport. There are plenty of historic homes and apartments available as vacation rentals. Spend the day at the Pineway Ponds Park, where your children can enjoy volleyball, soccer, basketball, and baseball, or bring a picnic and eat under the trees. Springdale Farm hosts tours of the modern operating robot farm. Watch as cows are milked, and then reach your hand out to pet the other animals.

4. East Irondequoit

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Just to the north of Rochester is Irondequoit. This town is one of the largest suburbs in Rochester. Visit the Irondequoit Lighthouse, or observe the animals at the Seneca Park Zoo. The Highland Park has plenty of wooded pathways for kids to romp and play. Go to the Irondequoit Bay Marine Park and go kayaking, swimming, fishing, or bird watching. If you want to head indoors, there are many room escape places for you to test your skill. Before heading home, visit the downtown shops for gifts and souvenirs.

5. Churchville

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Vacationing in Churchville takes you away from the crowds and the hustle and bustle of the city. Take the kids to the Jell-O Gallery, and learn how to make a variety of gel-themed desserts. The Genesee County Village and Museum offers historic hot air balloon rides, and in the winter, you can go snowshoeing or cross country skiing.

6. Scottsville

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Spend your days lounging by the Genesee River in Scottsville. Sip coffee at the local coffeehouse, or have lunch at the local diner. At Stokoe Farms you can pick your own pumpkins in the fall and take the kids on a hayride. Play a round of golf at the Chili Country Club, or take a quiet walk through downtown and enjoy the laid back atmosphere.

7. East Rochester

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Channing Philbrick Park is one of the biggest highlights of East Rochester. There is a small waterfall that is ideal for pictures. Bring your kayak and paddle down the river with your family. The park also has several trails for all skill levels, so you and the kids can go for a hike or bring your bike and explore the park on two wheels. Take in a performance by the Rochester city Ballet, or purchase tickets to the RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium and learn about the stars and constellations.

8. Fairport

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If you’ve always wanted to see the Erie Canal, Fairport is the ideal place to look for vacation rentals. Often referred to as the Crown Jewel of the Canal, Fairport is home to one of the scenic canal lift bridges near the center of town. Take a tour with the Erie Canal Boat Company, or head to Egypt Park for a picnic. Walk along the paths beside the canal and listen to the birds sing, or sign up for a ride on the Colonial Belle-Erie Canal Boat Tour.

9. Victor

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Close to the Eastview Mall, Victor is a great place to go for shopping enthusiasts. The Regal Eastview Mall also has a theater, so you can take the children to the latest flick and enjoy popcorn and drinks. Try to beat your highest score when you play a round of golf at the Ravenwood Golf Club, or visit the Ganondagan State Historic Site, which tells the history of the Iroquois Indians.

10. Webster

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Located in the northeast corner of Monroe County, New York, Webster is a busy town with plenty of restaurants, shops, and things to do. The Webster Park is a scenic place to have a morning walk or to let the kids ride bikes and play. Go to the North Ponds Park, and watch the ducks play while you read a book. If you need gifts for family and friends, Schutt’s Apple Mill has small souvenirs, and you can also pick up some fresh fruit, cider, and doughnuts to enjoy in your vacation rental.