LAKE ONTARIO STATE PARKWAY TRAIL:
ROUTE 390 TRAIL:
GREECE, NEW YORK
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Last Updated: July 30, 2017
Lake Ontario State Parkway Trail; 3.3 miles
Route 390 Trail; 4.8 miles
Trail Connector; 0.5 miles
Easy. Flat paved trails.
For the eastern end of the Lake Ontario
State Parkway Trail; From the eastern
end of the Lake Ontario State Parkway where it turns into Pattonwood Dr head
north on Lake Ave. Take your second right on Latta Rd followed by a left on
River St. You値l come to the Genesee
Riverway Trail on your right, however, this parking
lot is for permit holder only. If you continue up River St you値l find
another parking lot on your right.
For the southern end of the Route 390 Trail; From Route 390 take exit 24 to Route 104 east. The trail begins off Hoover Dr next to the pedestrian bridge over Route 104.
Two highway trails connect
together in northern Rochester. The
Route 390 Trail travels north-south along Route 390, while the
Lake Ontario State Parkway Trail
travels east-west along the Parkway. The Lake
Ontario State Parkway Trail also connects to the Genesee
Riverway Trail . For
more information visit; FRIENDS
OF WEBSTER TRAILS .
from the Genesee Riverway Trail at River St; Head west on-road along River St to Latta Rd and head right up a short
hill. Bike Sharrows along this low volume road. After 0.5 miles you値l
approach the Lake Ontario State Parkway where you値l pick up the paved Lake
Ontario State Parkway Trail on your right. I
have not checked out this trail. The trail travels alongside the Parkway
crossing Greenleaf Rd at 1.1 miles. You travel underneath a RR bridge and over Slatter
Creek at 1.9 miles. After crossing Dewey Ave at 2.2 miles the trail travels
through woodlands. Cross a bridge over Round
Pond Creek and the final leg takes you between the Parkway and a marsh
before the trail turns right bringing you to Island Cottage Rd (Route 134) after
Note; To connect to the State
Route 390 Trail head right on-road (Bike Lane) along Island Cottage
Rd (Route 134), over the Parkway, then right on Janes Rd (wide Shoulder). Travel underneath
Route 390 and you値l come to the start of the Route 390 Trail after 0.5 miles. Straight ahead is the Janes
Road parking lot.
Starting from Route 104 & Hoover Drive; Head up the ramp to a pedestrian bridge over Route 104. The paved Route 390 Trail travels north through the woods and past a small pond paralleling Route 390. Although the trail parallel Route 390 you don't always see it. After 0.9 miles you travel past the sports fields for Olympia HS.
Note; You pass by a spur trail on your left that leads to another pedestrian bridge over Route 390 and Fetzner Rd.
You come to Maiden Lane, where you follow a sidewalk left underneath Route 390 to a cross-walk. The trail then continues north along the western side of Route 390 at 1.4 miles. Here the trail is well away from Route 390. Cross Vintage Lane heading back into the woods through Basil Marella Park. Spot Paddy Hill Creek below on your right just before an intersection at 2.4 miles.
Note; Left brings you to a playground, sports courts, restrooms and the Basil Marella Park parking lot off Fetzner Rd.
Pass by sports fields before coming to the Basil Marella Park parking lot off English Rd at 2.6 miles. This was as far as I traveled. Cross English Rd where the trail now travels above and parallel to Route 390. Cross Route 18 after 3.8 miles. The trail continues north alongside Route 390 before crossing Janes Rd at 4.8 miles. Janes Road parking lot on your left. The trail continues another 0.1 miles ending at an off-ramp for the Lake Ontario State Pkwy.
Note; To access the Lake Ontario State Parkway Trail travel east on-road along Janes Rd (wide shoulder) underneath Route 390 out to Island Cottage Rd (Route 134) and head left along a Bike Lane. Cross over Lake Ontario State Pkwy and you'll come to a cross-walk over to the Lake Ontario State Parkway Trail after 0.5 miles.
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