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    West Barrier Bar

    13-acres on Lake Ontario offering bird watching, hiking, fishing and spectacular views. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=19]

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    Watkins Glen State Park

    Almost two miles of hiking trails along a stream that generates 19 waterfalls. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=241]

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    Waterman Conservation Education Center Nature Trails

    Miles of trails wander through these 95 acres of upland forest and open meadows with a small gorge. Other sites operated by Waterman include the APALACHIN MARSH (a 50-acre wetland boasting one of the best birding sites in NY). BRICK POND (an excellent wildlife-watching site with beavers, muskrats, waterfowl, shorebirds, and a great variety of songbirds) […]

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    Victor Hiking Trails

    Over 50 miles of foot trails covering a variety of open fields, wooded wetlands, hills and valleys. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=108]

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    Taughannock Falls State Park

    Almost 35 ft taller than Niagara Falls, Taughannock Falls is an iconic attraction with recreation trails, lake swimming, and camping. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=65]

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    Summer Hill State Forest

    4,355 acres of dense forest well suited for snowmobiling, cross country skiing, hiking, hunting, trapping, wildlife viewing, and horseback riding. The Auburn-Fleming Trail follows a two-mile stretch of abandoned railroad bed along a network of streams and wetlands. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=28]

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    Sterling Lake Shore Park and Nature Center

    This spectacular 1400-acre site, with nearly two miles of Lake Ontario shoreline, features glacially formed bluffs with scenic vistas of Lake Ontario. Hiking, snowmobiling, and cross-country ski trails available. Sterling Nature Center has 700 acres of no hunting and 700 acres of open hunting. Call for listing of nature classes, exhibits and events. Add to […]

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    South Hill Recreation Way

    Built on an old railroad bed, this 2.9 mile, hard-packed gravel, multi-use trail has benches and a level rest area. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=85]

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    Seneca Lake State Park

    Seneca Lake State Park overlooks blue water, creating a relaxing experience for swimmers and picnickers. Children will be especially delighted with our Sprayground and Playground facilities. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=184]

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    Sampson State Park

    Encompassing just over 2000 acres on the eastern shore of Seneca Lake, Sampson State Park features camping and boating as the primary recreational activities. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=186]

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    Robert H. Treman State Park

    Rustic beauty with breathtaking gorges and winding trails leading you past 12 waterfalls and natural swimming hole. Hike, swim, camp! Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=66]

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    Onondaga Lake Park

    Referred to affectionately as “the Central Park of Central New York”, Onondaga Lake Park serves over a million visitors each year and provides a plethora of recreational opportunities.  The park features over 2.5 miles of paved lake front walking trails, as well as a separate recreational trail for rollerblading and biking (adventure seekers can rent […]

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    Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge

    The refuge is located at the north end of Cayuga Lake in the Finger Lakes Region of New York State. The refuge provides resting, feeding, and nesting habitat for waterfowl, other migratory birds and other wildlife. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=181]

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    Montezuma Audubon Center

    The Center’s trails are available dawn to dusk for hiking, running, birding, snowshoeing and cross country skiing.  Trails wind through 450 acres of managed marshes, grasslands, upland wet woods, pond and creek habitats. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=41]

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    Montezuma Aqueduct Park

    This 140-acre park along the Seneca River/NYS Barge Canal is part of the eastern portion of the Seneca River Crossing Canal Historic District and is designated on the National Register of Historic Places.  Several nature walking trails meander through the natural and man-made landscape which includes the magnificent Richmond Aqueduct, the second largest aqueduct on […]

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    Mendon Ponds Park

    Mendon Ponds Park is the largest Monroe County Park with 2,500 acres of woodlands, ponds, wetlands and glacially created landforms. In 1969, it was named to the National Registry of Natural Landmarks due to its geologic history and presence of significant kames, eskers, and kettles. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=156]

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    Ludovico Sculpture Trail

    The 0.9 mile Ludovico Sculpture Trail located along the Seneca-Cayuga Canal in Seneca Falls is named after Frank J Ludovico.  The trail features different sculptures along the trail as well as benches. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=189]

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    Lime Hollow Center for Environment & Culture

    Over two miles of marked trails are available for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Ski equipment can be rented Tuesday – Sunday. Hiking trails are available in the summer months. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=216]

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    Letchworth State Park

    Letchworth State Park is one of the region’s crown jewels, spanning 14,000 acres along the majestic Genesee River. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=122]

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    Keuka Lake State Park

    Keuka Lake State Park, located in the heart of wine country, has a gentle charm, offering views of vineyard-covered slopes, glimmering water and clear blue sky. A swimming beach, picnic shelter, boat launch ramp, docking space and hiking trails open several recreational avenues to visitors. Add to favorites

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    Hojack Trail

    This off-road, multi-use trail extends through the Town of Sterling along an abandoned railroad bed. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=27]

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    Highland Forest

    Refereed to by many as the Adirondacks of Central New York, Highland Forest offers visitors with over 20 miles of trails and countless opportunities for recreation.  Enjoy hiking, biking, horseback riding, youth camping. picnics, snow shoeing, cross country skiing and hunting, all with in a short drive from downtown Syracuse. Visitors can also jump aboard […]

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    Grimes Glen

    A serene, yet challenging hiking experience with three waterfalls, cool water flowing over rocks and beautiful greenery. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=107]

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    Green Lakes State Park

    Home to not one, but two of the world’s rare metamorphic lakes, Green Lakes State Park is a great place to spend time outdoors. The 1,955 acre park is home to a Robert Trent Jones golf course, ten miles of trails, camp ground, and public swimming area.  Paddling is also offered during the summer months.  Only 12 miles from […]

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    Frontenac Park

    Frontenac Park is a twenty-seven acre municipal park located along the northeast shore of Cayuga Lake. The park has two picnic pavilions and a gazebo available for reservation for your special event. The park has a playground, boat launch, swimming, picnic facilities, soccer field, baseball diamond, and basketball court.  Park is open from sun-up to […]

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    Finger Lakes Trail/ Letchworth Branch

    The Letchworth Branch of the Finger Lakes Trail offers miles of beauty and seclusion along the eastern shore of the mighty Genesee River Gorge. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=125]

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    Finger Lakes Trail

    The Finger Lakes Trail crosses Cortland County allowing you to experience some of the natural beauty of the Finger Lakes. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=218]

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    Finger Lakes National Forest

    Over 30 miles of interconnecting trails, including 12 mile Interloken Trail, part of the Finger Lakes Trail Association network. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=84]

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    Finger Lakes National Forest

    The 16,212-acre Finger Lakes National Forest lies on a ridge between Seneca and Cayuga Lakes in the beautiful Finger Lakes region of New York State.   Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=183]

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    Finger Lakes National Forest

    The Forest has 30 miles of interconnecting trails for the outdoor adventurer. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=239]

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    Fillmore Glen State Park

    941 acres including gorges and waterfalls, with camping, swimming, hiking, and fishing available. Winter activities include cross-country skiing and snowmobiling.  60 campsites with water and electric, cabins. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=9]

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    Fair Haven Beach State Park

    823 acres on Lake Ontario with camping, swimming, hiking, fishing, 18-hole golf course nearby, and boating available. Winter activities include cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling and ice fishing.  Swimming hours 11AM to 7PM daily until Labor Day.  Diving Channel will be open August 31, September 1, and September 2.

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    Ellison Park

    At 447 acres, Ellison Park has the beauty of natural woodlands combined with steep slopes and the level flood plain of the Irondequoit Creek. There are two designated sledding hills located in Ellison Park. A Canoe Launch located by the Circle Shelter allows you to canoe in Irondequoit Creek, fishing is allowed. Ellison Park has […]

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    Dorothy McIlroy Bird Sanctuary

    This 157-acre nature preserve along the Lake Como outlet is owned and operated by the Finger Lakes Land Trust. Situated in a high plateau pocket running from Locke to Homer, the preserve features a number of plants uncommon to the region and some of the highest breeding bird diversity in the state.

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    Chimney Bluffs State Park

    This park offers several hikes and is a photographer’s paradise. The western half of the park has mowed grass trails through fields and scrubland. The eastern half is wooded with 6 to 8 foot-wide forest trails. The bluff face Lake Ontario with a narrow dirt trail along their edge. The highest point of land is […]

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    Cayuga-Seneca Canal Trail

    You can find access points for the hiking, biking and running trail throughout the area between Geneva and Seneca Falls. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=188]

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    Cayuga Lake State Park

    Cayuga Lake State Park’s terrain is flat at lakeshore, where the beach and sun lawns are, then slopes gently uphill to campsites and cabins.The scenic highlight of the park is its expansive view of Cayuga Lake. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=185]