North Ponds Park

North Ponds Park in Webster

For many of us, North Ponds Park in Webster is a place ingrained in childhood summer camp memories.

So much has changed since then—mainly the fact that people can no longer swim in the ponds. The park itself, though, is better than ever!


North Ponds Park Webster bike path

A 1-mile pave walking trail

The 1-mile loop trail circumnavigates both ponds. It is perfect for a leisurely stroll, jog, or bike ride with little change in elevation along its route.

This also makes it a great place for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in the winter. The park is a popular place for dog-walking as well.


North Ponds Park fitness stops

LifeTrail fitness stops

North Ponds is the kind of place you’ll wish was in your immediate neighborhood. With eight fitness stops optimized for varied ability and height, it could easily be part of a daily workout routine.


North Ponds Park Webster fishing
North Ponds Park path
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Bird Sanctuary Trail

North Ponds Park connects to several other Webster trails

The Hojack Rail Trail runs through the north side of the park connecting to Vosburg Park.

The Route 104 Trail runs along the south side of the park.

There is a trail head for the Bird Sanctuary Trail, which becomes the Chiyoda Connector Trail to Webster First Responder’s Park.

Find these trails and more on the Wegmans Passport.


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Getting there

North Ponds Park is located in Webster at the corner of Holt Road and NY-104. Access the main parking lot using the service road (Reference Road) from North Ave.

There is also a second, smaller parking lot on Orchard Road which is on the far north side of the park—perfect for fishing access.


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