Best Hiking Trails in Rochester

Handpicked Top 3 Hiking Trails in Rochester, New York. They face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve the best!


395 Richs Dugway Road, Rochester, NY 14625

Since 1926

Pickleball, Kayaking/Canoeing, Bicycling, Disc Golf, Playground, Snowshoeing, Ice Skating, Fishing, Baseball/Softball, Kickball, Horseback Riding, Dog Park, Tennis, Geo-caching, Multi-use Athletic Fields, Lodges and Shelters for Rent & Sledding

447 acres, Ellison Park has the beauty of natural woodlands combined with steep slopes and the level flood plain of the Irondequoit Creek ● Has 5 softball diamonds, 1 multi-use athletic field, and a playground ● This 1.1 mile walk (one way) passes by a few pounds and walkers can expect to see many birds and other wildlife ● Five softball fields and one multi-use athletic field that are available


Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 10:00 pm

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1000 East River Road, Rochester, NY 14620

Since 1888

Birding, Running, Cross-Country Ski, Biking Paths, Playground Areas, Picnic Shelters, Dogs on Leash, Wheelchair Friendly, Walking, Wildlife, Fishing & Wild Flowers

The naturally occurring, rolling pastoral fields of the area when he planned the 800+ acre park ● A favorite spot for golfers, crew teams, kayakers, and cross-country skiers, Genesee Valley Park is one of the oldest parks in the area ● Two 18-hole golf courses, complemented by a clubhouse with pro shop and food concession ● Camp is accepting applications for the summer


Mon - Sun 7:00 am - 11:00 pm

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260 Boxart Street, Rochester, NY 14612

Wildlife, Cross Country Skiing, Bird Watching, Lake, Running, Walking, Nature Trips, Dogs on Leash, Kid Friendly, Road Biking & Wild Flowers

Turning Point Park covers 275 wooded acres along the banks of the Genesee River ● enjoy the nature watching and beautiful river views from its trails ● The 2,968 ft land-based trail that utilized an old railroad bed to transition from the top of the bank to the river’s edge, 2) a 3,572 ft-long bridge ● Take the trail and explore over 16 miles ● The rain garden is stocked with a wide variety of hardy plants that aid in the process


Mon - Sun 9:00 am - 8:00 pm

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