A Story Map: Discover Syracuse via the Onondaga Creekwalk

Discover rich history and dynamic public art in the heart of Syracuse on the Onondaga Creekwalk. Starting from the north, where the Onondaga Creek empties into Onondaga Lake, the Creekwalk follows the route of the Erie Canalway Trail/Empire State Trail. This part of the Creekwalk will take you along the creek to Syracuse’s Inner Harbor and through the revitalized factory district of Franklin Square. The Erie Canalway Trail deviates at Water St., continuing east, whereas the Creekwalk continues south to the bustling businesses and museums of Armory Square. Past Armory Square, the Creekwalk continues south, primarily following the creek and passing through parks and green spaces to finish at the popular Onondaga and Kirk Parks.

The route is entirely paved and off-road, making it appropriate for all levels of riders and walkers. While the trail occasionally deviates from the route of Onondaga Creek, you will find yourself within sight of the creek for almost all of the route. Remember to use caution at all road crossings. In several instances, the trail narrows or follows sidewalks. At these locations, cyclists should yield to pedestrians.

Want to take the route offline? which allows downloads of the route in various formats.

See the full story map on www.CycletheErieCanal.com.

Retrace your route along the Creekwalk to return to your car at Destiny USA.

Find more trip planning resources at , including an of the entire Erie Canalway Trail, the newly updated , trail happenings, and more!