Cazenovia Park is connected to South Park by Red Jacket and McKinley Parkways. At 83 acres, is traversed by a creek of the same name.
Designed: 1892-1894 by Olmsted, Olmsted & Eliot | Location: Bordered by Cazenovia Street, Seneca Street, Potters & Abbott Road
The Olmsted firm (which included Olmsted’s son, John C. Olmsted) proposed it be dammed to create a 20-acre recreational lake, and for many years, it was popular year-round with boaters and skaters. In addition, the designers included a bandstand and play fields and called for the planting of many trees to shade the empty landscape.
Today, the lake is gone, but the trees have flourished and the playing fields and other facilities attract many to the park. Significant features of Cazenovia Park, include the Cazenovia Casino (designed by the Buffalo firm of Esenwein & Johnson and completed in 1912) and the Shelter House (built in 1902 and restored in 2016). Learn more about your Buffalo Olmsted Park System at the official map & guide.
Support Your Parks
Our members are the core of the Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy. With your unrestricted gift to the annual fund, our dedicated team takes care of the 850 acres of Olmsted green spaces in Buffalo. We count on your financial support to keep the Olmsted Parks clean, open spaces where Buffalonians continue to play, exercise and enjoy nature together.
Planning Your Visit
(1) 9-Hole Golf Course
(4) Baseball/Softball Diamonds
(3) Soccer Fields
(4) Tennis Courts
(2) Basketball Courts
(1) Spray Pool
(1) Swimming Pool
(1) Ice Rink
The Shelter House
The Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy is responsible for the rental of the Parkside Lodge, the fenced picnic area next to the Parkside Lodge, croquet courts in Delaware Park, the Japanese Garden in Delaware Park and the Crotty Casino in Cazenovia Park.
The Marcy Casino and Rose Garden in Delaware Park is rented through Magnolia Events.
FINDING YOUR WAY TO THE PARK
Photos of Cazenovia Park