Kiwanis Park Trail

New York

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Kiwanis Park Trail Facts

States: New York
Counties: Niagara
Length: 8 miles
Trail end points: Joseph Davis State Park and Fort Niagara State Park
Trail surfaces: Asphalt, Concrete
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 9332108
Trail activities: Bike, Inline Skating, Wheelchair Accessible, Walking, Cross Country Skiing

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Kiwanis Park Trail Description

This trail starts in the Village of Lewiston off Mohawk Street just North of Center Street. Park at Kiwanis Park in the Village. Trail goes North and follows the Niagara Scenic Parkway to Pletcher Road, approximately 3 miles. Go West on Pletcher Road or enter Joseph Davis State Park. Travel about 8 tenths of a mile until you reach Route 18F. Turn North on 18F and travel another 6 miles to Old Fort Niagara in Youngstown. Trail is black top until you reach the Village of Youngstown, then the trail is concrete sidewalk through the Village. This trail has no elevation change. You can also travel from the Village of Lewiston, starting at the Red Brick Schoolhouse on Third Street (18F) and travel North on Lower River Road all the way to Fort Niagara. This is a blacktop trail along the Niagara River.

Parking and Trail Access

Exit Niagara Scenic Parkway Route 104 at Lewiston, New York. Travel West into the Village of Lewiston. Make a right turn on 8th Street then turn right on Oxbow Lane. Oxbow lane ends at Kiwanis Park. Park here. Trail is at the East end of the Kiwanis Park. You also can park at Fort Niagara State Park in Youngstown and travel South towards Lewiston. Parking is also available at Joseph Davis State Park about halfway between Lewiston and Youngstown. Pletcher Road ends at 18F and there is a newly created park across from Stella Niagara Complex. This park is being developed by the Western New York Conservancy and has trails that will take you right to the Niagara River. This park will also include a kayak/canoe launch. Joseph Davis State Park has a few lakes, picnic tables, and a fishing dock on the Niagara River. It also has a disc gold course. Fort Niagara State Park has a swimming pool, picnic tables, shelters, soccer fields and a boat/fishing dock. On a clear day you can see Toronto, Canada thirty miles across Lake Ontario.

Kiwanis Park Trail Reviews

This awesome trail starts at the tennis courts inside a subdivision. It is a little hard to find but so worth it. The beginning of the path is like taking a hike through the words (but with asphalt). It is so beautiful. You do have to cross some street then and the path takes you over by the gorge. The path is curvy and goes by lovely houses. At some points you have to go into the street by Youngstown. At that point you can ride into Ft. Niagara and enjoy the park. This is such a lovely ride and not very busy.

The trail provides a great peaceful, scenic adventure through the natural greenspace along the Robert Moses and around Lower River Road.
However, its condition has deteriorated over the years and has several unsafe locations if roller blading or biking.
Are there any future plans to update?

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