El Camino Trail

May 2010
2.25 miles
North - Seneca Park pedestrian bridge
South - Mill Street in the High Falls District
Maintained By
[WWW]City Bureau of Recreation
[WWW]Genesee Land Trust

The El Camino Trail: Butterhole-Seneca Park Trail is a multi-use recreational greenway adapted from an old railroad line. Starting at the High Falls District in the south, it runs north through the Group 14621 neighborhood, intersecting with Clifford Avenue, Norton Street, Route 104, and East Ridge Road. The portion of the trail bordering the corner of Conkey and Clifford Avenues is marked by the complementary Conkey Corner Park.

Exiting the trail at its northern tip and crossing Long Acre Road takes you into Irondequoit.

The El Camino Trail became notable for its murals thanks to Wall\Therapy 2013.

The trail is open for bicycles and pedestrians. The Biking-To-Better-Health Voyage, hosted by Conkey Cruisers, holds two rides along the trail during the summer.



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