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86
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4
Hiking
3
Other activities
Syracuse has 90 trails in the vicinity, including 86 for fishing, 4 hiking trails and 3 for other activities. These trails range from 0.1 to 1.1 miles in length. The longest trail in Syracuse is Chittenango Falls a well-known trail measuring 1.1 miles in total length. The most popular trails are Chittenango Falls, Bucktail Falls and Lindsey Creek. Trails.com member Bob D. recently completed Tuscarora Lake (Erieville Reservoir).
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Chittenango Creek flows north from Cazenovia Lake to Oneida Lake. At Chittenango Falls ...
Spafford’s well-kept secret hides in a neighborhood glade.
This stream bubbles up in the high country between Skaneateles and Owasco Lakes and flows ...
Only averaging about 6 feet in width, this skinny creek tumbles down one of the northernmost ...
Also known as the Seneca River, this canal starts as the outlet of Seneca Lake, picks ...
Set into the east end of Wellesley Island, this 2,500-acre lake averages 6 feet deep and ...
Draining the entire Great Lakes system (the world’s greatest freshwater reservoirs, combined ...
The river's mouth is shallow and bordered by marsh. Key species: Largemouth bass, channel ...
Covering 9,000 acres, this bay is the biggest in the Golden Crescent. The isthmus connecting ...
This bay has the Golden Crescent's largest island. Key species: Walleye, smallmouth bass, ...
This section of the Black River runs from the Mill Street Dam in Watertown (the first ...
Five miles long and up to 3 miles wide, this bay is one of the lake’s most productive ...
Possessing a relatively small volume of water, this creek slides over a wide, relatively ...
Averaging 30 feet deep and dropping to a maximum of 40 feet, this bay is the gateway to ...
This relatively small, shallow creek flows through a tight gorge before feeding Lake Ontario ...
This small creek has multiple personalities. Its headwaters contain holes and runs separated ...
This stream has it all—undercut banks, deep pools, fast runs—and ends in a slow, quiet ...
This 3,461-acre wildlife management area is the largest undeveloped parcel within the ...
The biggest pond in the Eastern Lake Ontario Dune and Wetland Area, it covers 2,400 acres, ...
This small creek tumbles out of Tug Hill Plateau; winds through pasture, forest, and marsh; ...
This tiny creek pours out of Tug Hill Plateau’s west side and feeds North Sandy Pond. ...
This creek averages about 15 feet wide and flows into North Sandy Pond. Key species: ...
On the last leg of its journey to Lake Ontario, Deer Creek meanders through the Deer Creek ...
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