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Announcing 2010 Great Lakes Seaway Trail Travel Guide

Sackets Harbor, NY – In your time, at your pace, in your style — that is how the 2010 Great Lakes Seaway Trail Travel Guide invites readers to experience the freshwater shoreline of New York and Pennsylvania. With a bold new look, the full-color magazine is creating excitement about traveling the 518-mile America’s Byway that includes such iconic destinations at Niagara Falls and the 1000 Islands. The cover photos feature:· a little girl building a sand castle at Sandy Island Beach State Park;· the Flagship Niagara whose home port is Erie, PA;· Niagara Falls’ Cave of the Winds;· relaxing by a campfire along Lake Ontario; and· a 1000 Islands boat tour. The magazine features articles on A Taste of the Great Lakes Seaway Trail” culinary delights, how to discover geocaching on the new Great Lakes Seaway Trail GeoTrail, following the trail of 100-some Great Lakes Seaway Trail “Outdoor Storytellers;” an historical perspective on Fort de La Presentation, Fort Levis and the Battle of the Thousand Islands; and descriptions of the fabulous attractions in the five breakout segments of the byway:· Lake Erie· Buffalo/Niagara Falls· Central Lake Ontario and Rochester· Eastern Lake Ontario· 1000 Islands and the St. Lawrence River. The calendar of more than 110 listings includes everything from fishing derbies and wildlife festivals to art extravaganzas, food and wine tastings, tall ship visits, county fairs, and historical reenactments, including the July 3-5 French and Indian War event at Old Fort Niagara in Youngstown and the New York State Signature Event commemorating the 250th Anniversary of the French and Indian War at Ogdensburg, NY, on July 16-18. Other features of the guide include GPS coordinates for the Great Lakes Seaway Trail “Outdoor Storyteller” interpretive signs, a map, and a directory of accommodations, restaurants, attractions and services. The 2010 Great Lakes Seaway Trail Travel Guide is available at sites Trailwide, at the Great Lakes Seaway Trail Discovery Center in Sackets Harbor, NY, and online at http://www.seawaytrail.com/travelmagazine.

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