This is a not-to-be-missed, one of a kind sort of place. Over the eons, wind and water have eroded the drumlins along Lake Ontario to form peaks and spires. There's an inland woods trail, a trail along the edge of the bluff, and you can walk the cobblestone shore of Lake Ontario.
I particularly love walking the bluff trail and watching huge fish swim along the coast from my birds-eye viewpoint. The bluff trail is steep and precariously near the edge.
A map and details for this trail can be found in the guidebook "Take A Hike - Family Walks in New York's Finger Lakes Region" which is available through Eastern Mountain Sports.
From Route 104 (between Wolcott and Sodus) turn north onto Lake Bluff Road. Continue north as it becomes Garner Road. The main entrance will be on the left after Garner makes a sharp bend to the east.
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