Brockport Off The Beaten Path

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  • Off The Beaten Path
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  • Off The Beaten Path
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    Corbett Park

    by davecallahan Updated May 22, 2007

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    This is a nice quiet park with picnicking facilities (tables, grill-stands) all handicap accessible. There are some minor trails in the park good for walking or jogging (not hiking or birding). The park is landscaped to allow great views of the Erie Canal area.
    There are some limited playground equipment for the kids. Recently they have installed a covered shelter for those who wish to enjoy the outdoors in bad weather.
    There are no rest rooms.

    to get there:
    take route 104 to connect to route 19. go south on route 19 to West Avenue (just north of downtown Brockport). go west on West Avenue a few blocks to Smith Street and then south on Smith Street to the park.

    Related to:
    • Hiking and Walking
    • Road Trip
    • Family Travel

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    visit Sweden Town Park

    by davecallahan Written Apr 21, 2007

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    This is a nice village park with many facilities for the kids to enjoy themselves.

    There is a Skate/Skateboard section and a BMX bike track; there are playgrounds and a ball field. The park has a full facility rest room with handicap accessibility. A new pavilion is available for rent.

    Come on over and take a break from the driving grind of traveling. Stretch your legs on one of the hiking trails. Spread a blanket and take a nap on the lawn. Let the kids have a good time releasing all their pent up vacation energy.

    to get there:
    tke I-490 to route 531 and go west on route 531 to its end. straight across from route 531 is route 31. take route 31 west to Redman Road. go north on Redman Road 500 feet and see park entrance

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    • Family Travel
    • Road Trip
    • Hiking and Walking

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    Firemen's Monument

    by davecallahan Updated Apr 6, 2007

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    Every September 11th, a memorial vigil is held at the Brockport Firemen's Monument. The statue and surrounding land is dedicated to those brave men who lost their lives helping others on 11SEP01.
    When you visit, you can make donations to help maintain this monument or buy an engraved brick that will be used in the monument, to commemorate your visit.

    to get there:
    the monument is at the intersection of Main Street and Park Avenue.
    take I-390 (NY390) to the Ridge Road West exit. go west on Ridge Road about 10 miles to the intersection with route 19 (Lake Road). go south 2 miles (road name becomes Main Street) to Brockport and see Park Avenue

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    • Road Trip

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