Clayton Opera House - Located at 405
Riverside Drive, Clayton, the Clayton Opera House was built by the Town of
Clayton in 1903-1904, and serves as one of the main cultural centers of the
Clayton community. It provides year-round performances of a wide
variety, as well as hosting numerous community functions.
Frink Park- As reported by a June
18, 1987 article in the Watertown Daily Times, "Now, however, thanks to
the local Lions Club, a beautiful lawn covers much of the rock, wooden
bleachers have replaced the rubble and three old-fashioned lampposts
grace the waterfront at what residents are proud to call their
waterfront village park." A project that was completely funded by
grants and individual and business contributions, it used no tax-payer
dollars according to the article. A symbol of pride and cooperation,
this waterfront park grows more breathtaking each year.
Eventually, part of the Riverwalk will go across Frink Park.
Recreation Park Arena - Located at 615
East Line Road, Clayton, the Arena at Recreation Park houses multiple events
during the summer season and serves as an ice arena in the winter months.
Phone Number: 686-4310
Recreation Park Pool
- The pool located at Recreation Park is open to the public during the
Recreation Park Pavilion- Available for
public use at any time, the Recreation Park provides a fun and exciting
location for any event you may want to host. Nearby is a running track, as
well as a tennis court and a basketball court.
Creative Playground and Village Square Park-The Village Square Park was built through the 1986 Environmental Quality
Bond Act Project Fund. A nice place for picnicking or relaxation, a
playground and tennis courts also share the location.
Downtown- Downtown Clayton is the location for many
shops and restaurants as well as beautiful views of the St. Lawrence
Museums- Clayton is the home to several museums: The
Antique Boat Museum, The Handweaving Museum & Art Center, and the
1000 Islands Museum.