Lewis, Lewis County, New York - Communities and Locations in The Town

Communities and Locations in The Town

  • Fey Mill – A hamlet in the south central part of the town.
  • Fish Creek – (1) A hamlet near the northeast town line. (2) A stream flowing out the south part of Lewis.
  • Fish Creek Reservoir – A reservoir south of Swancott Mill.
  • Freeman Mill – A hamlet northwest of Parson Mill.
  • Parson Mill – A hamlet west of Fey Mill on County Road 46.
  • Prussian Settlement – A location west of West Leyden on County Road 46 at the intersection of Kirk Road. This location is marked by a few houses and a cemetery.
  • Sunset Corners – A location in the north central part of the town, north of Freeman Mill.
  • Swancott Mill – A hamlet on County Road 46 west of Freeman Mill.
  • Swancott Hill State Forest – A state forest tract by the south town line, south of Swancott Mill.
  • West Leyden – A hamlet in the eastern part of the town on NY-26 near its intersection with NY-294 and County Roads 46 and 47.

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