Erie Canalway Trail: Warners to Camillus

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Warners, New York

Erie Canalway Trail: Warners to Camillus is a 4.2 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Warners, New York that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length4.2 miElevation gain0 ftRoute typeOut & back
Dogs on leashKid friendlyCross-country skiingHikingSnowshoeingWalkingRunningForestRiverViewsWildlife
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John Redmond
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Nice easy trail in winter for the kids.

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John Redmond
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Dawn User
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Road biking

A little dusty today and bugs. Wear big spray. Several people out walking, biking, fishing, etc.

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Wendy Beale
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nice easy path.

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Caden Zahn
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Hiking

Nothing crazy just nice walk along the canal with the dog. My dogs gun shy and the gun club does but right up the the trail that we walked so that scared her but other than that not a bad walk

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Keri Marsh
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Hiking

We did the nature trail and then walked next to the canal. It was nothing spectacular but a good easy walk.

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Justin Cherchio
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To be clear this review is about the Clyde Ohl Fitness Trail, part of this stretch of Erie Canal. This trail is a light to moderately trafficked trail running down the opposite side of Erie Canal from the General Store to the aqueduct. There are ten workout stations that run the one mile length. Each station has a sign which has a set of exercises on each side. They run 1-10 to the aqueduct and 11-20 back to the parking lot. The exercises are relatively easy and the walk/run flat and shaded. Can be buggy, you are next to the Erie Canal after all. Muddy in early spring but dries out quickly.

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Frank Bahamonde II
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Justin Baca
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Nice gravel path but the mosquitoes we're brutal. It might be better when it's colder out.

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Thomas Collins
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Beautifully maintained trail that is also perfect for easy level biking. Things to see are the old Erie Canal aqueducts and Sims Store museum which is open on weekends. Recommend starting at trailhead at Eastern part of trail which is on Warners Rd and has easy parking. Canal boat rides available during summer and early Fall months on weekends. They start in area of Sims Store.

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Anthony Lytle
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excellent for toddlers and first time exploration

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Marc Begg
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Great

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penny tucker
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Nice fairly flat trails for running or walking or biking. Can see wildlife. Any time of year

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Shane Otis
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Shane Otis
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Sara Henderson
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Matt Sandford
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Matt Sandford
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Matt Sandford
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Matt Sandford
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Brian Prue
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Matt Sandford
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Mountain biking
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Justin Cherchio
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Mari Miniatt
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Amy Fowler
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CJ Monaco
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Matt Sandford
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Matt Sandford
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Justin Cherchio
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