Abraham Lincoln Park is 182 acres and is located along the southeastern shoreline of Irondequoit Bay within the Town of Penfield. Enter the park from Smith Road off Empire Boulevard, or access the park on Empire Boulevard near Daytona Avenue.
The primary purposes of Braddock Bay Wildlife Management Area (WMA) are for wildlife management, wildlife habitat management, and wildlife-dependent recreation. This WMA is a 2,125 acre parcel which was transferred in 1982 to DEC from the NYS Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation.
The High Falls Visitors Center and Museum is located at 60 Brown’s Race Rochester, NY 14614. It is open Tuesday - Saturday, 9:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. (closed for lunch 12:30-1 p.m.) Call (585) 325-2030. Located in the heart of the historic Brown’s Race neighborhood, the interactive museum and welcome center provides an inviting place to learn about local history.
Well before the Charlotte-Genesee Lighthouse was established in 1822, Oliver Phelps and Nathaniel Gorham of Massachusetts, already owning most of the land on the east side of the Genesee River, purchased a tract of 2.5-million-acres on the west side from the Seneca Indians in 1788.
Cobb's Hill Park is located in the city's south east area and features 109 acres of beauty, recreation, and scenic trails. At the park's highest point, a walking trail offers one of the best views of the city. At road level, a collection of lilacs and original tree plantings makes this park a horticultural gem. During summer nights, Cobb's Hill Park bustles with players from local softball leagues.
Corbett's Glen Nature Park Photo credit: Kyle Hurley Photography . Access Areas. Located off of Glen Road, near Route 441. Park patrons must park at the top of Glen Road and walk through the tunnel to access the park trail; An eight-car parking lot located off of Penfield Road, across from Forest Hill Road ; This 52-Acre Parcel Includes: 2 miles of 8 ft. wide trails; A boardwalk area ; A deck ...
While Durand Eastman Park is owned by the City of Rochester, the Monroe County Parks Department is responsible for its maintenance and reservation coordination. See Monroe County's Durand Eastman Page The City of Rochester is responsible for the maintenance and operation of Durand Beach.
Durand Eastman Park was formally dedicated on May 22, 1909 and is currently 977 acres. The 5,000 feet of Lake Ontario waterfront at Durand Eastman Park creates a relaxing summer environment, while supporting a winter challenge for cross-country skiers.
This project in Rochester, NY, entailed replacing a bridge over the Genesee River. Originally, the Troup Howell Bridge carried Interstate 490 over the river (which bisects the city and flows northward to Lake Ontario) and several city streets and ramps.
If you have a park problem or emergency, security may be reached 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 340-8618 and weekday evenings and weekends at 329-0131. The park ordinance is strictly enforced with appearance tickets. Please call 911 to report any emergencies and public safety issues.
About High Falls. Overlooking the roaring waterfalls it is named after, High Falls District offers expansive river gorge views, a beautifully restored nineteenth century ambiance that includes some of the most modern renovated office space in Upstate New York, and professional baseball and soccer at neighboring fields.
draft highland park south master plan update The Monroe County Parks Advisory Committee met on Thursday, February 16, 2017 at 6:00 pm to review, discuss and receive public comment on the Draft Highland Park South Master Plan Update. The plan will guide future improvements to Highland Park South.
The center of the bay acts as the eastern border for the town of Irondequoit and the western border of the towns of Penfield and Webster. The Irondequoit–Penfield boundary continues along the center of Irondequoit Creek south of the New York State Route 404 float bridge.
Irondequoit Bay Park West features a small undeveloped car-top boat launch. Location and Directions Irondequoit Bay Park West is located along the southwestern shoreline of Irondequoit Bay, north of Empire Boulevard and east of 590 in the Town of Irondequoit.
Irondequoit Bay Marine Park is a launch site for small and power boats. It provides fishing access to Lake Ontario. It has a small toilet facility and a boat clean out station. The park is operated by the Town of Irondequoit through a cooperative agreement . For more information contact the Irondequoit's Parks and Recreation Department at 585-336-6070.
Lucien Morin Park (formerly Ellison Wetlands) is located on the north side of Ellison Park and continues to Irondequoit Bay. This marsh area is great for canoe and kayak access to the bay. In 2001, an additional 12 acres were acquired in the wetlands area.
The choice of marble was thus quite appropriate, relating both the theme of roses and the fact that the Maplewood Park area was an important Indian site. Mr. Stecher, a native of Germany, came to Rochester in 1870, and was the first American to organize a lithograph company in Japan.
Over the years, the spirit of involvement by the Maplewood Community Association has enhanced the beauty and enjoyment of the park. On June 15, 1958 the Stecher Memorial Fountain honoring the late Frank A. Stecher was dedicated in Maplewood Park at 2:30 p.m. during the Rose Garden ceremonies.
North Ponds Park is a Town of Webster park with an enclosed lodge accommodating up to 35 people with kitchen, bathrooms. The park has a lake with fishing as well as walking trails, paved bike trails and handicapped fitness stations. The park was once open to swimming but closed after a person drowned.
Ontario Beach Park is located on the shore of Lake Ontario in the northernmost section of the City of Rochester near the Irondequoit border. The park is open daily from 7am-11pm. The park office is located at 4650 Lake Avenue, Rochester, NY 14612.
Rochester Contemporary Art Center (RoCo) is a venue for the exchange of ideas and a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) that was founded in 1977. As a center for thoughtful contemporary art, RoCo provides unique encounters for audiences and extraordinary opportunities for artists.
Seabreeze Amusement Park features a variety of adult & kiddie rides and attractions, including four roller coasters, thrill rides, live shows, a water park and more. Located in Rochester, New York, between Lake Ontario and Irondequoit Bay and only a short drive from Syracuse, Elmira & Buffalo.
Seneca Park Zoo members coming do not count toward the 10 or more in your Group. In this case, they are free because they are members. Any group of 10 or more individuals who are 3 years of age and older who wish to receive the Group Rate must either purchase their tickets online or make a reservation at least two (2) weeks in advance of your visit.
The National Susan B. Anthony Museum & House in Rochester, NY was the home of the legendary American civil rights leader, and the site of her famous arrest for voting in 1872. This home was the headquarters of the National American Woman Suffrage Association when she was its president.
The Hansen Nature Center includes exhibits on the natural history of New York, an indoor Honey Bee observation hive, and snowshoeing and cross – country skiing in the winter. History In 1991, John and Carol Aldridge donated 68 acres of the Tinker Family’s farm to the Town of Henrietta.
The park's trail continues on to connect to the Genesee Riverway Trail. Take the trail and explore over 16 miles of Rochester by reaching Ontario Beach Park to the north or downtown to the south. The Rain Garden. Turning Point Park also features a gorgeous Rain Garden, an eco-friendly way to use natural vegetation as sediment filters.
Veterans Memorial Park One of two small parks in Rush NY, Veterans Memorial Park (and others like it) is a popular addition to the towns of Rochester. Veterans Memorial Park serves as a permanent memorial to the veterans who have fought in the various wars since World War II.
Horatio Gates Warner designed his home, Warner Castle, built in 1854, to resemble the ancestral castle of the Clan Douglas which captivated his fancy during a visit to Scotland. A self-guided tour (available at Warner Castle) shares the history and architecture of this American Castle and its beautiful interior.