The Town of Wheatland is a small, but diverse community of approximately 5,000 residents located in the southwestern part of Monroe County in upstate New York.
Discover a Wheatland way of life!
The Town of Wheatland offers a scenic rural environment combined with the charm of quaint small villages and hamlets, making it a great place to live, bring up a family, or start a new business.
Discover exciting things to do and interesting places to see!
No matter the season, there’s something for everyone in Wheatland. With several beautiful parks and miles of the Genesee Valley Greenway to explore in the Town of Wheatland, outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy many healthy activities including: hiking, biking, running , snowmobiling, snowshoing, or cross-country skiing. There are many working farms in the Town. You can also experience our picturesque countryside. Enjoy a picnic lunch in beautiful Canawaugus Park, which spans Oatka Creek. The lower Oatka located in the Town of Wheatland is considered a blue-ribbon brown trout fishery, with some brook trout populating the water as well. See The Genesee Country Village and Museum is one of the largest historical living museum in the United States, making it a featured tourist attraction in Wheatland.
Discover what people like about our town!
We would love to hear about people's experiences in the Town of Wheatland.
Discover the fun!
Join in and participate in one of our very affordable, high quality recreation programs. We offer an extensive set of programs that cover many interests and age groups.
Discover our rich history!
The Town of Wheatland has a long and interesting history dating back to the times of its earliest settlements in the 1780s.