Hiking & Biking

Exercise and have fun while hiking and biking in Wayne County! Our trails wind through picturesque lakeside communities, along the historic Erie Canal, quiet countryside roads and promise the traveler captivating beauty. Catch on to “Mural mania”, smell the apple blossoms or just enjoy our peaceful scenery. Family fun at its best!

Download trails from our website.

Wayne County Hiking Trail Maps - Click on one of our hiking trails  

Montezuma Audubon Center
Chimney Bluffs
Blue Cut Nature Trails

Huckleberry Swamp

Wayne County Biking Trail Maps - Click on one of our biking trails

Tour of the Bay
Orchard Outing
Burned Over District Tour

Mural Trail Tour
Bike Brochure Trail A Palmyra - Pultneyville
Bike Brochure Trail B Lyons - Newark 
Bike Brochure Trail C Lyons - Sodus Point
Bike Brochure Trail D Clyde - Rose
Bike Brochure Trail E Savannah - Wolcott

Wayne County Trail Groups

Macedon Trails Committee
www.macedontown.net/trails

Trailworks, Inc.
PO Box
 43Williamson, NY 14589
www.trailworks.org

 

New York State Trail Information

New York State Bicycle Routes 5 & 14

State Bicycle Route 5 is a signed on-road bicycle route that extends 365 miles from Niagara Falls across New York to the Massachusetts state line. The route parallels the Erie Canal and the New York State Canalway Trail. It intersects with State Bicycle Routes 9, 11, 14, 19 and 517, as well as, the New York State Seaway Trail.

https://www.dot.ny.gov/portal/pls/portal/MEXIS_APP.DYN_BIKE_TRAIL_DETAIL_MAIN.show?p_arg_names=p_trail_id&p_arg_values=144

State Bicycle Route 14 is a signed, on-road bicycle route that extends 95 miles from the Pennsylvania state line near Elmira to Sodus Point on the shores of Lake Ontario. This route connects with Pennsylvania State Bicycle Route G. It also intersects New York State Bicycle Routes 5 and 17, the NYS Canalway Trail and the NYS Seaway Trail.

https://www.dot.ny.gov/portal/pls/portal/MEXIS_APP.DYN_BIKE_TRAIL_DETAIL_MAIN.show?p_arg_names=p_trail_id&p_arg_values=147

Parks & Trails New York

www.ptny.org/trailfinder

New York has more than 1,200 miles of multi-use trails where you can bike, walk, run, cross-country ski, and sometimes ride horses. TrailFinder offers a one-stop interactive gateway to 110 greenways, rail trails, canal trails, bikeways and riverwalks located in every region of the state