Graywood Travel Guide

  • Graywood
    by davecallahan
  • Graywood
    by davecallahan
  • Graywood
    by davecallahan

Graywood Transportation

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    not a lot of road options from which to choose

    by davecallahan Written Jan 9, 2008

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    Getting to Graywood is typically by car. Most people take I-390 to the Lakeville exit and go east on route US20A (Lakeville Road) then south on route 256 (West Lake Road).

    I am not aware of any public transportation that has a route down West Lake Road. But there is a county bus service that goes to Livonia but that is a good 3 miles away from Graywood.

    A lot of the people walk around the immediate area from cottage group to cottage group or to the convenience store and bait shop just south of Graywood or to the small restaurant a mile or so north of Graywood. You have to be a bit cautious walking on route 256 though because the speed limit is posted as 35mph but most people go a lot faster and the road is fairly narrow with only a small border along which you can walk.
    To go farther afield, you will definitely want a car. Take route 256 or I-390 to go north-south and route US20A to go east-west.

    If you have a boat, then you can launch in Lakeville and visit the Graywood by boating south on Conesus Lake.

    A car can be rented in Geneseo (Enterprise, 4243 Lakeville Road, 585-243-6660) which is 3-4 miles west of Graywood on route US20A.
    If you have a group of people, Kemps Service (585-346-5660) in Lakeville can be contacted for tours and charters.

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