Outdoors – Always a healthy activity!

Wayne County is filled with outdoor resources. We encourage you to get some fresh air and be comforted by nature during this challenging time. Pick a spot close to you!

Enjoy the joys of nature. We encourage you to explore a new, perhaps less visited, park or trail. Take a walk, get some fresh air and continue to enjoy and be comforted by nature during this challenging time. Spending time outdoors is vital to our physical and mental health, now more than ever.


Trail Works, Inc offers 30 Passport trails to explore – www.trailworks.org

Cracker Box Palace - Farm Animal Haven,6450 Shaker Road, Alton. The farm and trails will remain open for visits, but we will be limiting visitors in the barns and bunkhouse. Follow on Facebook for animals posts. www.crackerboxpalace.org

Huckleberry Swamp, Catchpole Road, North Rose, Facebook - A walk through nature. Beautiful boardwalk, handicap accessible, bird watching. Fun for all ages. Please note there is one trail entrance that is blocked off, that trail all the way up to the Fairy Trail is under water.

Montezuma Audubon Center, 2295 Route 89, Savannah, Facebook - At this time, the Montezuma Audubon Center will be closed through at least April 15, however, our trails will remain open daily from dawn to dusk with appropriate measures to protect the health of our visitors. Restrooms are not available at the Center during this closure period so please plan accordingly.198 acres.

Cornwall Preserve,3975 Lake Road, Williamson - Offers spectacular views of Lake Ontario, wildlife viewing opportunities and walking trails. 77 acres. www.geneseelandtrust.org - Facebook

Chimney Bluffs State Park, 7700 Garner Road, Wolcott - Experience some of the most dramatic landscapes on the Lake Ontario shoreline. 597 acres. https://parks.ny.gov/parks/chimneybluffs/maps.aspx

Macyville Woods Nature Preserve, 7493 Seaman St, Sodus Point - Offers high-quality woodlands and wetlands in the historic Village of Sodus Point, located feet from Sodus Bay and Lake Ontario. 34 acres. www.geneseelandtrust.org

Safety Reminders - These are some simple ways you can protect you and your family from COVID-19 while enjoying the outdoors.

Everyone must:

  • Avoid close contact with people, even when outside. Keep a distance of at least 6 feet.
  • Avoid games and activities that require close contact.
  • Avoid frequently touched surfaces and objects. This includes playground equipment.
  • Don't share equipment such as bicycles, helmets, balls or frisbees.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Cover your cough and sneezes with your elbow.
  • Wash your hands

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