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Mendon Ponds Park

Mendon Ponds Park

27 Pond Rd, Honeoye Falls, NY 14472

From fishing, to hiking, to the playground, nature center, fairy trail and bird sanctuary, Mendon Ponds Park can supply a full day of fun! There is plenty to do and unlimited opportunities to connect with nature in all seasons. Bring a picnic lunch and spend the day. Dogs are not allowed on the fairy trail and in the Wild Wings areas. The typical playground, hiking trails and Wild Wings Facilities are driving distance from one another.

Ellison Park

Ellison Park

395 Richs Dugway Rd, Rochester, NY 14625

Ellison is a very large park right outside our city. Aside from the playground, the park features access to the Irondequoit Creek, several athletic fields, tennis courts, Fort Schuyler replica, sledding hills and a legal off-leash dog park. Bathrooms, pavilions, grills, hiking and fishing can all be found within the park.

Springdale Farm & Northampton Park

Springdale Farm & Northampton Park

700 Colby St, Spencerport, NY 14559

Northampton Park is a Monroe County Park that encompasses Springdale Farm and the new Alpine Adventure Zone! If heading to the farm, the playground near Springdale Farm is the first thing you see upon entering the parking lot but there is so much more! Check back here for details regarding the farm as they develop with the ongoing changes of the pandemic. Note, dogs are allowed at Northampton Park but not within Springdale Farm.

Abraham Lincoln Park

Abraham Lincoln Park

1559 Empire Blvd, Webster, NY 14580-2103

Abraham Lincoln Park has something for everyone. Upon entering, you will find a typical playground but walk further and you will soon discover a natural log playground in the shade. Both playgrounds appeal to a wide range of ages. But the park doesn’t stop there! Behind these playgrounds are hiking trails that lead to the bay.

Tryon Park

Tryon Park

230 Tryon Park, Rochester, NY 14609

On one end of Tryon Park you will find steep and rolling terrain often used by mountain bikers and hikers. On the other end of the park is the playground. In between is lots of trails and open athletic fields.

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