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Monroe County is located along the shores of Lake Ontario in the western part of Central New York. The county seat is the city of Rochester. The population, according to the 2010 census, is 744,344. There are numerous parks and opportunities for hiking adventures in the county. We recommend checking out the book Best Easy Day Hikes Rochester, New York, which features many great hikes in this area.
The county is home to Hamlin Beach State Park and Irondequoit Bay Marine Park. The city of Rochester has more than 3,500 acres of nationally recognized parks where you can explore, play, rest or entertain. The county has nearly 12,000 acres spread over 21 county parks to explore. If your in the Rochester area or are looking to plan a hiking adventure in Monroe County, use the links below to help in planning your adventure. You can also check out TrailsRoc, a free app that includes all the trails/parks in Monroe County.
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Outdoor Recreational Opportunities in Monroe County
Hamlin Beach State Park Irondequoit Bay Marine Park Abraham Lincoln Park Black Creek Park Churchville Park Devilís Cove Park Durand-Eastman Park Ellison Park Genesee Valley Park Greece Canal Park Highland Park Irondequoit Bay Park West Lehigh Valley Trail Mendon Ponds Park Northampton Park Oatka Creek Park Ontario Beach Park Powder Mills Park Seneca Park Seneca Park Zoo Tryon Park Webster Park Wetlands Park Brown Square Park Browncroft Rose Garden Park Cobb's Hill Park & Washington Grove Corn Hill Landing Edgerton Community Center and Park El Camino Trail Genesee Gateway Park Brookdale Preserve Hipp Brook Preserve Reed Road Bird Sanctuary Salmon Creek Preserve High Falls & Lower Falls Manitou Beach Preserve Crescent Trail in Perinton Braddock Bay Park Beatty Point Park Genesee Riverway Trail Thousand Acre Swamp Corbins Glen Lucien Morin Park
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