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The Bicentennial Trail in Pultneyville, New York is a Wayne County Passport trail. It is easily reached from either the east or west by following Lake Road, which runs parallel to the Lake Ontario shoreline. There is a nice sign at the intersection of Lake Road and Maken Road; one must turn onto Maken Road and follow it to the end to find the Bicentennial Trail trailhead parking.

The Bicentennial Trail features defined trails through a wooded area (yellow trail) with plenty of Wayne County wildlife to observe. There is also a side loop encircling a pond (blue trail). There are no motorized vehicles allowed on this trail.

Items of interest: Spring Wildflowers, Pileated Woodpecker holes


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