Tow Path

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Park Features

Activities

Fishing, picnicking, walking the Riverwalk Trail.

Park Facilities

Dogs must be curbed and leashed at all times. Department of Parks, Recreation and Forestry regulations apply.

The hours of operation are 7:00 AM- dusk.

History

Tow Path Park was once in the corridor of the historic Erie Canal. It is appropriately named for the historic towpath, which once passed through this area following beside the Erie Canal. Tow Path is a small, 5 acre "pocket park" that is primarily passive in nature. It has excellent westerly views of the Niagara River and is popular for fishing, picnicking and as a resting area along the Riverwalk.

Park Information

Foot of Hertel Ave| Buffalo

Facilities

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Modified: July 1, 2016 3:37pm

Reservations

Frequently Requested Pages

Contact

Phone: (716) 858-8355

Erie County Parks, Recreation & Forestry
Edward A. Rath County Office Building
95 Franklin Street, Rm 1260
Buffalo, New York 14202