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Rome NY on the Erie Canal Bike Trail

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Durhamville
12.4 miles West
Oriskany
8.1 miles East
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Amtrak Station
6599 Martin St, Rome
800-872-7245
Berkshire Bank
1300 Erie Blvd W, Rome
315-334-1300
Colonial Laundromat
120 Black River Blvd, Rome
315-281-0014
Denny's
200 S James St, Rome
315-339-6390
Dunkin' Donuts
1155 Erie Blvd W, Rome
315-336-1570
Fort Stanwix National Monument
100 N James St, Rome
315-338-7730
Franklin Hotel
301 S James St, Rome
315-336-9974
Fuji Japanese Steak House Hibachi & Sushi
5925 Rome-Taberg Rd, Rome
315-339-8900
Jervis Public Library
613 N Washington St, Rome
315-336-4570
Lock 21 State Campsite
Lock Rd, New London
315-336-8229
NBT Bank of Rome
1148 Erie Blvd W, Rome
315-339-3200
New London Food Mart
RTS 46 AND 49, Rome
315-337-0508
Quality Inn Rome
200 S. James St., Rome
315-336-4300
Rome Memorial Hospital
1500 N James St, Rome
315-338-7000
Taco Bell
1164 Erie Blvd W, Rome
315-339-7960
TOPS Friendly Markets
217 Erie Blvd W, Rome
315-334-5300
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Forum Discussions about Rome

Rome to Durhamville - Paved or Gravel
Rich D from Scotch Plains, NJ on 9/15/2018 8:08:22 PM:
Just curious. Is the section from Rome to Durhamville paved or gravel? I'll be riding it next week and trying to decide which bike to bring. Thanks!

 
Psychlist on 9/16/2018 11:12:46 AM:
If my memory serves, you'll be on the paved streets while in Rome and in Durhamville. And you'll be on a street for a few miles outside of Durhamville. But other than that, you are on the gravel trail.