Oswego County Celebrates 200 years - 2016
The Town of Sandy Creek joins in the celebration by acknowledging Greene Point as a family run business for 111 years.
Greene Point, before its development as a summer resort, was part of the farm holdings of the Goodenough estate, and was that section of the present town of Sandy Creek which was originally held by Stephen Lindsey, one of the two white settlers who were the first to clear the land in this town in1803.
TheGoodenough settlement included the Goodenough School, Goodenough Methodist Church, a feed and saw mill, a hotel and the large Goodenough homestead. Greene Point received its name from Captain Lindsey Greene and today is managed by Linda Goodnough and her daughters, Cathy Goodnough and Cheryl Yerdon.