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The Town of Wayne is located in the northeast corner of Steuben County, New York, northeast of Bath. The town was named after the Revolutionary War general, Anthony Wayne. The northern town line and part of the eastern town boundary are the border of Yates County. The remainder of the eastern town line is the border of Schuyler County. The northern part of the town is on the southeastern shore of Keuka Lake, and part of the eastern section of the town is on the west shore of Waneta Lake. New York State Route 54 runs down the eastern shore of Keuka Lake, and New York State Route 230 loops through the northeastern part of the town.

Communities and locations in the Town of Wayne:

  • Grove Springs - A hamlet on the shore of Keuka Lake, south of Keuka on NY-54.

  • Keuka - A hamlet on the shore of Keuka Lake at the junction of NY-54 and NY-230.
  • North Urban - A hamlet on the west town line.

  • Sylvan Beach - hamlet southwest of Wayne hamlet on County Road 97, on the west side of Waneta Lake.

  • Wayne - The hamlet of Wayne is on the east town line so that it is partly in Schuyler County. NY-230 passes through the Hamlet.

  • Wayne Four Corners - a location in the south part of the town, east of North Urbana.

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