37 Main St., Oakfield, NY 14125 - Phone: 585-948-5862
Photo montage: a field of daisies, a family walking on the beach, a tranquil beach scene, and a fishing pole propped against a folding chair at the end of a dock


The peaceful community of Oakfield lies quietly between the major cities of Buffalo and Rochester, approximately five miles north of the New York State Thruway, Exit 48 in Batavia.  Oakfield is home to great neighbors and many locally owned businesses.  With Niagara Falls 45 minutes away and  Darien Lake Theme Park merely 20 minutes away,  Oakfield is a great place for a family to explore during a day or weekend trip.  The Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge is right in our own backyard.  Oakfield is also the best place to be Labor Day weekend celebrating "Days in the Park" ~ family style.


Originally settled by the Seneca Indians, the land was purchased from them as a part of the Holland Land Office Acquisition in 1797.  The Township of Oakfield was formed in 1842 and the Village was incorporated in 1858.  A wide array of historical records is available to history buffs through the Oakfield Historical Society and through the Town and Village Historian.

We welcome you to Oakfield when visiting Genesee County  and Greater Niagara Region. 

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Village of Oakfield