Welcome to historic Tyrone, New York
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Tyrone was first settled around 1800. The Town was formed from the
Town of Wayne
while still part of Steuben County in 1822. The Town of Tyrone was named by Gen. William Kernan,
one of the original settlers and the father of United States Senator Francis Kernan. Tyrone became
part of the newly created Schuyler County in 1845.
Tyrone is nestled in the middle of the rich Finger Lakes Region of New
York State. With several attractive
places to visit including Lamoka & Waneta lakes, home of some of the best panfish, muskellunge
and Bass fishing spots in the Southern Tier and conveniently located just minutes from historical Hammondsport and Watkins Glen.
Tyrone is a peaceful community surrounded by beauty and tranquility.