has released results from a recently-commissioned study about current and prospective visitors to the 500-mile Canalway Corridor. The information is intended to help tourism promoters, businesses and heritage sites better attract and serve visitors, including boaters, cyclists, sightseers and vacationers. More than 1,000 people participated in online surveys and 20 provided interviews conducted by Rochester-based […]Read More »
The development of the southwest trail, as part of the Canal Corridor Initiative, will include a walk of engraved bricks. This is an important project for our community and we need your help! There is a contribution of $100.00 per brick for a corporation, $50.00 for an individual. With an engraved brick, you can […]Read More »
The Village is pleased to announce completion of a new kayak launch in Community Park. This launch provides easy access for kayaking in the Seneca River. This portion of the river provides great flat water kayaking with the opportunity to view many species of wildlife including heron, water fowl, bald eagles, muskrats and more. […]Read More »
For the second straight year fees for recreational boaters are being waived for all recreational boaters on the Erie Canal Season. That’s the good news, of course that notice came out right after the notification from the New York State Canal Corporation related to the once again shortened schedule for the 2018 navigation season. The revised schedule […]Read More »
New York will be celebrating the 200th Anniversary of the iconic Erie Canal.