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Syracuse has over 1,000 acres of parks, playgrounds and open spaces. Find a park you’d like to visit using our search tool. You can search by area or activity (like “swimming”, "ice skating”, "golfing" etc.).
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Along Onondaga Creekwalk, Syracuse, NY Various
The Onondaga Creekwalk trail is 4.8 miles of an accessible pathway designed for bicyclists, skaters, and pedestrians to take in the rich history and vibrant culture of Syracuse. The trail runs, mostly, parallel to Onondaga Creek connecting Syracuse's Southside neighborhood, through Downtown's historic Armory Square, and then on to Onondaga Lake, a birder's paradise.
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During your use or visit to any City park, open space or facility located throughout the City of Syracuse, you may be photographed, videotaped, or filmed by the Department of Parks or any other party given explicit authorization by the Department of Parks to take photos, videotape, or film in these areas. Your attendance, admission, or use of any or all City parks, open space or facility located throughout the City of Syracuse operates as express consent for the use, reproduction, or publication of these images by the City of Syracuse.