Introduction to Kenmore, New York
Kenmore, New York, in Erie county, is 5 miles N of Buffalo, New York. The village is part of the Buffalo - Niagara Falls metropolitan statistical area. About 16,426 people live in Kenmore.
The village of Kenmore makes up the southern part of the Town of Tonawanda. Joseph Ellicott was one of the first residents in this region. He was appointed by the Holland Land Company as the resident land agent for the area in 1800, and began selling land to settlers shortly after. The New York State Legislature officially founded the Town of Tonawanda in April of 1836.
Kenmore and nearby Attractions
- Buffalo Zoo
- Martin's Fantasy Island
- Buffalo Museum of Science
- CEPA Gallery
- Historical Society of the Tonawandas
- Beaver Island State Park
Things To Do In Kenmore
Though Kenmore is a small village, a diverse array of facilities is available in and around it. Golfers can play a round at any of the several well maintained golf courses in the area. One can also enjoy water-based activities like boating, fishing and swimming in the region.
Niagara Falls International Airport is nearby.
Kenmore Higher Education
SUNY College at Buffalo, Canisius College, D'youville College and Erie Community College provide programs in higher studies.