TURNING POINT PARK
Turning Point Park is one of the famous parks on the northwest side of Rochester, covering 275 wooded acres and the banks of the Genesee River. The park is the hidden gem in the heart of Rochester. The park's woods and wetlands are home to many plants and animals. Visitors can explore over 16 miles of trails. You can enjoy nature watching and beautiful river views, and it also offers several activity options for your convenience. The garden at Turning Point Park has some hardy and various plants that aid in the process. They feature a waterfall, paved hiking, biking trails, and a boardwalk over the Genesee River. Hiking and biking trails will help you discover the park's distinct areas, from the wooded oak forest called "Bullock's Woods" to the cattail-lined shores of the river. Turning Point Park also features a gorgeous Rain Garden, an eco-friendly way to use natural vegetation as sediment filters. Park areas are provided and maintained for all citizens' benefit and pleasure.