Crescent Trail is a 2.1 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Fairport, New York that features a river. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking, walking, and birding.
The Crescent Trail is a system of footpaths within the Town of Perinton suitable for uses such as hiking, cross-country running, snowshoeing, nature study, and photography. Approximately thirty-five miles of footpaths provide public access to wooded hills, Town parklands, scenic overlooks, and more Most sections of the Crescent Trail are single-lane dirt pathways. A continuous, orange-blazed main trail is nearly completed planned as a crescent-shaped route between the southwest and northeast quadrants of Perinton. Additional branch trails, loop trails, connecting paths, and access paths allow self-guided walks of up to two hours. Longer, half-day or day-long outings can be enjoyed as point to point hikes or by using connections with the Trolley Trail or Canal Trail. Many sections of the Crescent Trail are on private land. The continued use of the Trail and the opening of new sections depend upon users obeying posted signs and respecting the rights of property owners. If you see trash on the Trail during your hike, please pick it up and carry it out, to help keep our trailways clean! Motorized and wheeled vehicles, including bicycles, are not permitted on the Crescent Trail.
Trail was nice and clear. not stroller friendly. have a jogging 3 wheel stroller that is great for trails but this one wasn't easy. would visit again but by myself.
As a native to Fairport I'm glad I did this portion. A lot of good parts but also a good portion of walking near roads and through backyards. I would try another portion.