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The 2013 Great Lakes Seaway Trail Travel Magazine is packed with ideas for exploring the 518-mile National Scenic Byway that hugs the freshwater shoreline of New York and Pennsylvania. 

The leisure driving and boating route spans five distinct areas along the coastline: the Erie Bayfront and Presque Isle in Pennsylvania, the Western NY Lake Erie metropolitan hub of Buffalo-Niagara Falls, the expansive Lake Ontario shoreline and its centerpiece at Rochester, the recreation-rich Eastern Lake Ontario waterfront, and the international 1000 Islands-St. Lawrence Seaway.
 
Feature articles in the free, 64-page, glossy magazine highlight 30 historic lighthouses; War of 1812 battle sites; cultural heritage attractions and quilt shows, classes, and exhibits; events and festivals; and volkswalking, biking, kayaking and 75 geocaching opportunities Trailwide.
 
The 2013 Great Lakes Seaway Trail Travel Magazine includes Wayne County highlights, including Old Sodus Lighthouse and the historic War of 1812 battles fought at Pultneyville and Sodus Point plus the modern-day Brantling Bluegrass Festival at the Brantling Ski slopes in Sodus. Sodus Point Beach State Park and the East Bay area near Chimney Bluffs at Wolcott draw outdoor enthusiasts. The Ailing Coverlet Museum in Palmyra draws textile and quilting fans.

The travel magazine is found at approximately 50 Great Lakes Seaway Trail kiosk units on the byway; at information centers, accommodations and attractions throughout the byway region; and at visitor centers and interstate rest areas in Upstate New York and Pennsylvania. 

Among the pickup points in Wayne County are the Wayne County Tourism office in Lyons, Maxwell Creek Inn B&B in Sodus, the Village office , South Shore RV Park, Sodus Bay Lighthouse, Sodus Point Park, and Silver Waters B& B in Sodus Point, B. Forman Park in Pultneyville, Williamson Town Hall, and Cherry Grove Campsites, Lake Bluff Campground and Thorpe Vineyard in Wolcott. 

The magazine is also online at www.seawaytrail.com and can be requested by phone at 315-646-1000 x200. #


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