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Corbett Park

Corbett Park

Smith Street, Clark St, Brockport, NY 14420

There is so much to be explored at Corbett Park. Along with the playground, there is a pavilion with picnic tables and grills and a walking path to a pond. There are large fields far from the road for running and frisbee as well as views of the Erie Canal and some calisthenics equipment further beyond the playground. There are no bathroom facilities at the park but the village of Brockport is just minutes away. The parking lot can be found off of Clark St.

Marion Town Park

Marion Town Park

4072 Park Ave, Marion, NY 14505

Marion Town Park is such a beautiful space! With acres of area to explore for your little ones, this is a great location to plan a family outing. There are not one, but TWO playground areas, Soccer fields, Baseball fields, and even a hidden Fairy community! You will also find plethora of pavilions for picnicking in the shade

Tree Town Cafe

Tree Town Cafe

745 Penfield Rd, Rochester, NY 14625

At Tree Town Cafe, there are inside and outside play options to accommodate any weather situation. In the winter months, kids are invited to build a snowman in exchange for hot chocolate. When the weather warms up the lawn games will start making their appearance. Inside you will find a small play area upon entrance. Tree Town Cafe makes for the perfect stop after a hike around Corbett’s Glen

Frank Baker Park

Frank Baker Park

Buffalo Street Canandaigua, NY 14424

Baker Park has a very fun playground with swings and many different climbing and balance structures for older kids. Aside from the variety of features there is also soccer fields, tennis courts, walking paths and a story walk. The story walk changes on a monthly basis and is on a path good for strollers, bikes and scooters! This park is in close proximity to the Richard P Outhouse Park just around the corner. Bring a lunch and spend the day in Canandaigua, you will love it!

Schoen Place

Schoen Place

Schoen Pl, Pittsford, NY 14534

Schoen Place is probably one of the most popular spots to stroll the canal in Rochester. With many dining spots, Ice Cream, Lock 32 Brewery and shops, it’s a go-to walk on a summer’s day. This spot also often hosts free summer concerts and is a great spot to feed the ducks.

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