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Seabreeze Amusement Park Rochester 2.4 mi away
#2 of 25 Nature & Parks in Rochester
... south shore of Lake Ontario and the northeast corner of Irondequoit Bay, it combines modern day thrill rides with classics like the Jack Rabbit wooden roller coaster, Midway games, and a first class water park.
Seabreeze amusement park hold so much history but the carousel alone… You can see photos and read about it's incredible lineage and how the park was developed.
Seneca Park Zoo Rochester 2.0 mi away
#5 of 25 Nature & Parks in Rochester
Thanks so much for wonderful changes and upgrades, the many wonderfully helpful volunteers and, of course, the unique animals who call the Seneca Park Zoo home.
Seneca Park Zoo is a 15.5-acre zoo that is home to over 90 species including mammals, reptiles, birds, amphibians, and fish.
Durand Eastman Park Rochester 1.9 mi away
#8 of 25 Nature & Parks in Rochester
Within this park there is deep forest, lakes, streams, hills and deep valleys, a beautiful golf course, picnic pavilions, sledding hills and ski trails, hiking trails, arboretums of trees and flowers, and a major...
Lovely park with ponds, great variety of plants and trees, nice lakefront, wonderful golf course and an absolutely must see in its beautiful display of Fall colors!
Turning Point Park Rochester 2.3 mi away
#11 of 25 Nature & Parks in Rochester
... Point basin--an especially dramatic section of the Genesee Riverway Trail (that connects to the equally fabulous Erie Canalway Trail and Genesee Valley Greenway just south of downtown in Genesee Valley Park).
Speaking of drinking a lot of water,Turning Point Park has a modest rest room which can be important if you are extending your walk to Lake Ontario.
Ontario Beach Park Rochester 3.5 mi away
#6 of 25 Nature & Parks in Rochester
This beach park has a rich history in Rochester where generations of enthusiastic bathers, sun lovers, volleyball players and families gather to enjoy this historical park.
Great for a walk with your loved one to the pier and through the park.
Highland Park Rochester 5.7 mi away
#1 of 25 Nature & Parks in Rochester
From the brilliant daffodils to the famous lilacs, magnolia trees, fragrant tree peonies, Lamberton Conservatory with its seasonal displays and succulent room, sledding in the snow, strolls around the park reading...
Sure spring with its lovely flowers are a great attraction but the atmosphere and the constantly surprising vistas created by the clever geography make this park thoroughly enjoyable and a delight at any time of y...
Genesee River's High Falls Rochester 3.9 mi away
#9 of 25 Nature & Parks in Rochester
A few galleries on the State Street end with the ball park across the street.
Usual you need to trek into a park or forest to falls of these sorts.
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Irondequoit
#3 of 25 Nature & Parks in Rochester
This smallish park is filled with more than 500 varieties of lilacs, a delightful pinetum and the conservatory is a lovely small one.
Tucked into Highland Park, it's a great spot for a stroll on a rainy day.