b'Come enjoy theEra of the Erie! For info on self-skippered canal boat rentals!SEE PAGE 1 7 A FREE Canal Guide available by calling(315) 946-5469Jack KiddThe Erie Canal Today, the Erie Canal provides recreation for the whole family and visitors are always warmly welcomed year round. The canal The Erie Canal has been a major attraction and resource intakes center stage at numerous community events throughout the Wayne County since 1825.The canal, extending from the Hudsonyear, in addition to offering a variety of tourist attractions on a River to Lake Erie, has had a significant impact on the surroundingday-to-day basis.Local museums depict the Era of the Erie in canal towns and villages of Macedon, Palmyra, Newark, Lyonsmany fascinating and educational exhibits.Modern facilities such as and Clyde.By providing inexpensive and easy transportation of goods, marinas, campgrounds, hiking/biking paths and canalside parks it helped agriculture and industry to flourish and continues to serve aswill make your experience a pleasant one. Informational kiosks nearan inviting tourist destination. Remnants of the original canal, the waterfront in all communities conveniently provide local canal including aqueducts and locks, are plentiful throughout the countyhistory and information. Whether you like to fish, boat, canoe, kayak, and provide fantastic opportunities for sightseeing and photography! hike, bike, watch eagles or photograph wildlife, Wayne Countys 35 miles of canal are waiting for you!35 MILESof canal run through Wayne CountyCLYDEMACEDON PALMYRA LYONSNEWARK10 FOR MORE INFO:(315) 946-5469 WAYNECOUNTYTOURISM.COM 11'