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Erie Canal State Park
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It is always a great day for a picnic in the park.
RD #2, Andrus Road
Kirkville, New York   13082

Phone: 315-687-7821
Old Erie Canal State Park is a 36-mile stretch of the 363-mile Old Erie Canal, which has been designated a National Recreational Trail by the National Parks Service. The terrain is woodland and wetland that present opportunities for hiking, picnicking, horseback riding, bicycling, canoeing, fishing, and snowmobiling. Several areas have footbridges that aid access to the canal towpath where visitors can view the remnants of stone aqueducts. The park offers reservable picnic pavillions and carriage rides by appointment. Facilities such as the Chittenango Landing Canal Boat Museum, the Erie Canal Village, and the Canastota Canal Town Museum are involved in preservation, interpretation, and recreation along the waterway.

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Area Fishing Related Businesses
Bluewater Nautical
8448 Tuttle Rd.
Bridgeport, NY
(315) 699-5517
Bill's Bait & Tackle
7512 Murray Dr W
Cicero, NY
(315) 699-1066
Troutfitter The
3008 Erie Blvd E
Syracuse, NY
(315) 446-2047
South Shore Sportsman
2269 Route 31
Chittenango, NY
(315) 633-0630
Fayetteville Manlius Rod & Gun Club
4545 Whetstone Rd
Manlius, NY
(315) 682-8962
Maple Bay Anglers Club
Maple Bay
Cicero, NY
(315) 699-7028
Area Cabins and Lodges
Four Seasons Golf & Ski Ctr
8012 E Genesee St
Fayetteville, NY
(315) 637-9023
Marriott Hotels & Resorts
6420 Yorktown Cir
East Syracuse, NY
(315) 432-8330
Fairfield Inn
6611 Old Collamer Rd
East Syracuse, NY
(315) 432-9333
Area Accommodations (over 20 miles away)
The newly restored Hotel Clarence builds upon its rich history of social importance in the Finger Lakes Region with a unique and fresh feel. This modern boutique hotel and its exceptional restaurant have again become a vibrant social center and premier destination for guests.
45.6 miles from park*

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