Webster is a town in the northeast corner of Monroe County, New York. The town is named after orator and statesman Daniel Webster. The town's motto is "Where Life Is Worth Living." The town contains a village also named Webster. The site of present-day Webster was first discovered in 1669. French explorer LaSalle entered Irondequoit Bay, the land of the Seneca Indians, to explore Lake Ontario and look for inland waterways. Webster is full of things to do, whether taking a romantic stroll along its picturesque pier, riding the Historic 1905 Dentzel Carousel, or boating, Ontario Beach Park provides all that's necessary for a perfect summer day at the beach. Ontario Beach Park attracts tens of thousands of visitors annually. The park is a total of 39 acres and offers seven shelters that are available for rent in the summer months.