b'4 Must-See Trails!Dont miss out on these unique hiking experiences right here in Wayne County!Butterfly Nature Trail This 14 mile walkable trail is located in Macedon at Canal ParkLock 30. Enjoy birdwatching, view the old/new canal system, picnic areas, boat launch for boats, kayaks and canoes. Huckleberry Swamp9190 Catchpole Road, North Rose, NY 14516 (585) 338-1820 ofofinc.org A walk through nature. Beautiful boardwalk, handicap accessible, birdwatching. Fun for all ages.Palmyra Wetland Nature TrailRich in both natural and historical interest. Wetlands formed inexcavations of the original Erie Canal. Easy access to Aqueduct Park, Aldrich Change Bridge and Lock 29.Trail of Hope trailofhope.org Located adjacent to the Lyons Community Center, the Trail of Hope meanders through planned gardens and into a natural wooded area where native plants predominate.Please visit waynecountytourism.com for more trails.All listed trails participate in Forever Wild for Everyone.Parks The perfect way to experience the rural geography of Wayne County is to plan an outing at one of our parks. The county has eleven parks located along Lake Ontario and the Erie Canal, and most have trails, picnic tables, pavilions and restrooms. Our parks offer year-round opportunities for engaging in a variety of activities including picnics, hiking, birdwatching, snowshoeing, cross country skiing and more. Take a break and treat yourself to a relaxing day at Wayne Countys parks. They are all free, and we invite you to come and enjoy. If you plan ahead, you can also reserve space at our parks for your next family gathering!More information and a complete listing of our parks can be foundat waynecountytourism.com.WAYNECOUNTYTOURISM.COM 1111'