New York

Mother of Towns

Incorporated 1796


                          Quick facts

Mexico is a town in the northeast part of Oswego County, New York, United States. The population was 5,197 at the 2010 census. The town contains a village also named Mexico. NY NY Route104 (Main Street) passes through the village.  Wikipedia

Population: 5,197 (2010)     Elevation:397′    Area: 46.99 mi


Picnic and Relax

Concerts & Festivals

​​​​Up Coming Events

May 26 (Sat): Junior Paranormal investigation 
of historic Casey’s Cottage by the PIT CRU NY.  Designed for youths ages 10 – 18
Historical presentation, learn about equipment.   Snacks and a certificate of completion.  4:00 pm – 9:00 pm; $30 for one child and one adult.   Call (315) 378-7994 for reservations (required)

 May 27 (Sun):  Wild Edibles with Nancy Kaiser – 2 pm. Enjoy nature’s spring bounty, presentation and a nature wal
 FREE - donations appreciated

June 17(Sun) - Town Wide Garage Sale and Duck Race    Details coming soon.

July 8 (Sun): Annual Band Concert & Craft Fair – 4 pm.  Featuring Fritz’s Polka Band, plus vocal ensembles, Mexico Brass, fireworks by Young Explosives.
food for sale, crafts, and more, FREE admission.  (Rain date Sunday, July 16).
September 16 (Sun):  Wild Edibles with Nancy Kaiser – 2 pm.  Enjoy nature’s fall bounty, presentation and a nature walk.
FREE, donations appreciated.
September 29 (Sat): Paranormal investigation
Casey’s Cottage by the PIT CRU NY.
Snacks and water provided.  Bring your own equipment or use PIT CRU’s.
7:00 pm – 2:00 am; $30; call (315) 378-7994 for reservations (required)
December 1 (Sat):   Christmas in Mexico

Click here for details.



photo by Michael Soucy




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Bird Watching 

Equestrian Sports/Therapy

Things to do in Mexico, NY

        There’s no other place like it! 

Dubbed Mexico, Mother of Towns, the area dates back to the state’s earliest settlers.  Our living history includes the only known complete mural of LA Guerre d’Independence, an original Underground Railroad Station,  a true Revolutionary War Hero burial site,  and one time home of the first supermodel, Audrey Munson.

Winter Sports