Keuka Lake Outlet Trail
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The Outlet trail is accessible from several spots in and around Penn Yan. The Outlet was once used to run steam ships between Keuka and Seneca Lakes and was a part of the Erie Canal system. Many of the old locks are still visible and along the way there are some waterfalls. There is a website keukaoutlettrail.com
In the heart of New York State’s Finger Lakes you can Fish, Hike, Bike, Horseback Ride, Snowmobile, or Cross-Country Ski Seven Miles of wooded trail bordering the outlet created nearly 10,000 years ago between Keuka and Seneca Lakes from Penn Yan to Dresden, NY.
This dog friendly 7-mile trail from Penn Yan to Dresden is an easy hike for people and dogs of all ages.
The trail follows the water outlet from Keuka Lake to Seneca Lake. Rushing water, small waterfalls, quiet and an easy walk. About 6 miles one way.
If you're looking for an easy and non-cumbersome walking trail, the Keuka Outlet Trail is our favorite, flat gravel path. It runs next to a creek bed so there is certainly a peaceful ambience. Pick your starting point tactfully to see a few small old mills and small waterfalls.