Looking for a great trail near Fairport, New York? AllTrails has 10 great hiking trails, trail running trails, dogs leash trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Chimney Bluffs State Park or Channing Philbrick Park, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Perinton Park or Fellows Road Park. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 6 easy trails in Fairport ranging from 0.9 to 3.7 miles and from 446 to 708 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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hiking
1 month ago

Was a nice easy short hike up a hill in the woods with my 3 year old son and dog.

Great little hike with lots of ups and downs. Not sure I’d rate it easy though.

mountain biking
2 months ago

fun quick trail, could get muddy and slick if you went after a big rain.

on Indian Hill Trail

hiking
3 months ago

Most of the trail was cleared and the tree canopy created shade for most of it. The vegetation was densely packed and there was some small elevation change. It was a fun and quick hike.

paddle sports
3 months ago

As shown with a loop, makes this a canoe / boating trail as you cannot cross the Erie Canal at the loop part. You would have to travel further south to Arault rd to cross over and take a street path back.

hiking
muddy
3 months ago

hiking
3 months ago

Trail is well marked. Short walk along a few backyards from the trailhead before entering a nice wooded trail. Quite a few elevation changes on this walk. Trial is likely muddy in early spring.

Terrible! Overgrown with weeds and grass so thick your feet get entangled and run the risk of tripping.

hiking
private property
5 months ago

Fantastic views near a gorgeous horse farm.

hiking
muddy
6 months ago

Great hike, fairly well marked. I ended up going during a fairly wet spring so there were many muddy patches. Went on a Thursday mid day and barely saw anyone while hiking with my dog.

hiking
muddy
6 months ago

I really enjoyed this trail. There was a lot to look at, the land was pretty flat the whole way, and was pretty long. I did find a few ticks on my dog when I got home though, so for that reason we may not be returning.

hiking
bridge out
muddy
6 months ago

hiking
6 months ago

Nice trail, well marked, good water access for dogs to drink

hiking
6 months ago

most of trail is not to bad..theyer hill section..very muddy!!

hiking
7 months ago

Nice hike with Carol, Anders and the dogs, Skye and Serious.

walking
washed out
7 months ago

Nice hike but in February there were some icy spots tough to get through. If your looking to hike hills with inclines then this is a good hike. I liked it more once we got away from the trail that runs behind people’s houses. Very pretty views too

Nice walk along the canal out of Fairport but I never did find the loop portion of this trail. Ended up doing an out an back and cut up into the village neighborhoods for a 5 mile hike.

Very well marked trails and many options to make the hike as easy or challenging as you want! Very well maintained. A great trail system!!

hiking
Sat Jul 28 2018

Great trail with a solid mix of terrain. Boone dawg loved it.

hiking
Sat Jul 21 2018

Great for an easy walk, though the lower trail can get very muddy.

I would consider this more of a moderate hike if you loop from Garnsey down to Kreag Rd and back. Also a fun hike.

Did about 8 miles. Started off at mima cir. The trail was pretty muddy and some part and grass wet from the morning dew. Waterproof footwear recommend. Trail was in good condition. Marked fairly well. Lots of wildlife great scenery. Going to complete the other half in a week or so.

This is a great trail, very diverse. Several ponds and streams open area stocked with bird houses, the trailer eventually leading into a dense worded area. The trails are very clearly marked and well maintained.

I hike this trail often. There are flat sections and hilly sections, as well as branch trails. It is well marked in my opinion. My only piece of advice is that the northern most section between Northside/Dudley and the White Brook nature area tends to get swampy, so be aware of that. There are some great views. In the summer, I plan to do an end-to-end.

Very wet area, everything was mostly frozen. Some places there were a few break thoughs but nothing major.

Did the whole orange trail again - skipping the first part because it was under water last time. The frozen ground mad it much easier and drier. Even though it was in the 30s there were quite a few other people on the trail. It's a great way to explore around Fairport. I especially like the part that is near Indian Hill. Good way to get a bunch of miles under the belt if you are working up to a bigger hike.

Being from Fairport this was kinda on my bucket list to do. Hiked 20 miles total according to my friends tracker which seemed more accurate, just over 19 on AllTrails so I'll call it close to 20. The first part by Dudley/Northside was too wet to cross. We tried building a bridge and when we got to where we thought it was drier... there was just more water. So we walked along the road to get past it. We did an extra blue loop as well. The trails are inconsistently marked - sometimes every tree is marked and some times it takes a bit to find one. And multiple shades of orange were used. Probably should have started at the hilly area but I like a challenge. Some road walking but how can you walk 20 miles in Fairport without crossing roads? The part along Turk Hill was the only part that was remotely nerve racking. People were flying down that road. There are some really beautiful parts to this trail and I am extremely glad I did it. I might make it an annual event.

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