Nature and art compliment one another along a particularly scenic stretch of the Cayuga-Seneca Canal. An old railway bed that’s been converted into a walking trail winds for almost two miles alongside the historic waterway. It features sculptures from local and national artists who’ve selected themes connected to the town and the canal itself.
The walk itself is beautiful in every season, and during the non-winter months when the canal is really active with boaters, there’s fun to be had actually conversing with passengers as they float by. The artworks are thought-inspiring additions to an already enjoyable pathway.
You can find the entrance to the trail on the south side of the George Bailey Bridge, at Bridge St.