The City of Dunkirk has a great deal to offer for residents and visitors alike! With miles of public access to Lake Erie, there are public beaches at Wright Park and Point Gratiot, picnic areas at Memorial Park, boating access from the Dunkirk Pier, and a beautiful historic lighthouse. Just 50 miles southwest of Buffalo, Dunkirk is easy to access along the New York State Thruway corridor and features a thriving manufacturing base as well as a downtown waterfront marina. Dunkirk is a community of hardworking, caring people who are proud of their heritage and the city’s history.
Dunkirk’s recreational facilities are unsurpassed throughout Western New York for a municipality of its size. An abundance of natural resources as well as financial, workforce and technological support networks provides businesses with competitive opportunities for growth. In addition, Dunkirk offers a variety of accommodations and restaurants, along with small city friendliness. The housing stock is diverse, offering everything from historically renovated homes to a modern apartment or a lake front lifestyle.
The Dunkirk City Boardwalk houses eight tourist-friendly commercial and dining establishments, all accessible along a 160 foot long covered boardwalk. Browse the shops for unique gifts and enjoy the eateries, all the while taking in the scenic Chadwick Bay!
Dunkirk is also home to the SUNY College at Fredonia Technology Incubator which houses numerous start-up businesses in the technology sector.
With a small county airport nearby and the Buffalo Metropolitan Airport just a short car ride away, Dunkirk is easily accessible by air as well as by car. The region offers timely connections to all major metropolitan areas in the eastern United States and Canada.
For more information contact Dunkirk Community Chamber Coordinator Dave Kleparek at (716) 366-6200.