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Beautiful drive from Niagara to Rochester

The trail moves along the shores of Lake Ontario all the way from Alex Bay to Niagara. It's all... read more

Reviewed 9 April 2017
RonL40
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Utica, New York
Great get away

My husband and I took a drive along the Seaway trail from Sodus to Alexandria Bay. To start, we... read more

Reviewed 16 September 2015
lorraine w
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Lyons, New York
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This 454-mile route runs along the St. Lawrence River and Lake Ontario in New York, as well as Lake Erie in Pennsylvania.
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9 Apr 2017
“Beautiful drive from Niagara to Rochester”
16 Sep 2015
“Great get away”
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Reviewed 9 April 2017

The trail moves along the shores of Lake Ontario all the way from Alex Bay to Niagara. It's all beautiful but the vineyards, hawks, state parks and views of the Lake after the Falls, from the Niagara River to Rochester, are a delight. Beautiful drive,...More

Thank RonL40
Reviewed 16 September 2015

My husband and I took a drive along the Seaway trail from Sodus to Alexandria Bay. To start, we stopped for a delightful breakfast at the Fairhaven Hardware. Then we drove on to Southwick Beach at the end of Lake Ontario. It felt like a...More

3  Thank lorraine w
Reviewed 9 July 2015

My sister and I decided to travel the Seaway Trail to view the sea and the lighthouses. It was an awesome trip. If you get a chance, travel the Seaway Trail. There are a lot of shops to visit. The people are very friendly and...More

Thank Sharon W
Reviewed 31 August 2013

This highway takes you through a throve of vineyards, pretty slopes, and other attractions along the way. In the westernmost part of NY was where we took this route, and we found it to be very relaxing driving through. This is Sherman NY mostly we're...More

2  Thank PitonsFan
Reviewed 12 July 2008

Traveling home to CT from Niagara Falls we took the Seaway Trail. Trail is extremly well marked. Just follow the signs. We took it from Niagara to Watertown. Absolutley breathtaking views all along Lake Ontario. Caution: Oswego Bridge is detoured. Just follow the detour signs...More

1  Thank justmejml
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