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Ricky Greene Memorial Park

Ricky Greene Memorial Park

56 S Livonia Rd Conesus, New York

What a gem! There is more than meets the eye at Ricky Greene Memorial Park! This little park hidden in Conesus boasts unique wooden play equipment, beautiful hiking, historical aspects and a modern playground! If you like to explore off the beaten path, add this one to the bucket list!

Red Jacket Park

Red Jacket Park

309 Lake St, Penn Yan, NY 14527

Located at the top of Keuka Lake, Red Jacket Park offers a beautiful spot to seek shade, visit a playground and cool off in the lake. This park is about an hour drive from the City of Rochester but makes for a great stop if exploring Penn Yan for the day. Consider stopping by Oak Hill Bulk Foods and the Spotted Duck while in the area!

Perinton Park

Perinton Park

99 O’Connor Rd, Fairport, NY 14450

Perinton Park is a lovely park for kids and adults alike. As the park is along the canal, one can find plenty to do from fishing to biking to strolling the canal path. Not too far from the canal is a tennis court and basketball court creating a safe barrier from the canal for the large playground. The park is full of large trees, picnic tables and grills creating a wonderful picnic opportunity. The park features both a pavilion and a lodge for party opportunities. The park and restrooms are well maintained and parking is plentiful.

Sandy Bottom Beach Park

Sandy Bottom Beach Park

Jack Evans Dr. Honeoye, New York 14471

Sandy Bottom Beach park offers a lovely day at the beach on Honeoye Lake. Near the beach are two quaint playgrounds with a good mix of sun and shade. Enjoy the lake views and the wildlife along the hiking trails. The park is located at the north end of Honeoye Lake which is off County Road 36 (West Lake Road). The park is open daily from dawn to dusk.

Ethel Mae Johnson Park

Ethel Mae Johnson Park

149 E Main St, Palmyra, NY 14522

This park is reminiscence of time gone by, but there is something fun and addicting to coming to a playground that was erected many years ago! Step back in time and enjoy your time in historic Palmyra. Be sure to stop at the newly opened Cafe Aqueduct for a bit to eat, and enjoy a walk on the Canal trail following your visit!

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