Fort Niagara was active for 300 years as a strategic stronghold during the French and Indian Wars, War of 1812, American Revolutionary War, and American Civil War.
Turning Point Park’s most striking feature is a 3,572 ft-long bridge over the Genesee River Turning Basin, part of the greater Genesee Riverway Trail.
The Erie Canal runs right through our collective backyard, connecting us to unique natural areas inaccessible by car, and to several thriving canal towns along the Erie Canalway Trail.
The Rochester Public Market is the place to grab the freshest local and wholesale fruit, veggies, seafood, beef, cheese, bread, flowers and spices.
High Falls is both the name of the waterfall and the district in the city where it can be found. There’s plenty of parking on both sides of the river.
At 1,505-acres, Black Creek Park is one of the largest of Monroe County’s 20 parks, second only to Mendon.