Fishing in the Rochester/Lake Ontario Area http://www.lakeontario.org
Promotes recreational and charter fishing on Lake Ontario from Rochester, New York to Pt. Breeze, New York providing Rochester Area fishing reports, lodging and travel information and species and seasonal information on Salmon, Steelhead, Brown Trout and Lake Trout. The Rochester basin attracts early warm water for good spring fishing. Summer fishing includes good catches of Salmon, Steelheads, and Lake Trout. Browns can be caught closer to shore. Fall brings the legendary runs of King Salmon and Cohos. Also see http://www.lakeontariounited.com/fishing/index.php
Canoeing and Kayaking http://geneseewaterways.org/about_us.htm
Headquartered in Genesee Valley Park*, the Genesee Waterways Center (GWC) is the gateway to outdoor activities on or near the water in Western New York. Here you can experience kayaking, rowing, sculling, canoeing, and whitewater kayaking, as well as hiking and biking—we have programs for everyone! Our recreational facilities and year-round classes are available to all ages and ability levels, from youth to adults and novice to competitive!
Ice Skating http://www.cityofrochester.gov/index.cfm?id=670
The popular Manhattan Square Park Ice Rink reopened to the public on February 8 and will remain open tentatively through March 29 (weather permitting). Patrons will be greeted by an expanded warming shelter that features a heated floor and fireplace, new rental skates, a new sound and lighting system and a kidney-shaped rink surface that is 30 percent larger than the original rink. In the summer, the rink will double as a reflecting pool. Heavy snowfall may cancel or delay sessions. Call to confirm times.
Winter Activities http://rochester.kidsoutandabout.com/places/winter.html
Skiing, Skating, Hiking, Sledding and maybe build a Snowman!
Also see Bristol Mountain http://www.bristolmountain.com
Parks,Trails and Waterways http://www.monroecounty.gov/parks-index.php
Hand-feed chickadees, walk on a floating boardwalk over wetlands, swim on a guarded beach, visit exotic animals, visit a botanical garden, cast a fishing line, visit a working farm, ride a menagerie carousel, have a picnic, get married, watch a movie outside at night, play a round of golf, enjoy a Shakespeare performance, listen to an outdoor concert, fly a kite, take a hike, horseback ride, fly a model airplane, play bocce—all in our county parks! You can enjoy all of these and many more activities in our 21 Monroe County Parks’ nearly 12,000 acres of land. Located throughout the county, our parks provide residents and visitors with a variety of leisure activities.
Canandaigua Lake http://canandaigua.govoffice.com
Boating, sailing, water skiing, wakeboarding, windsurfing, scuba… the list goes on and on, and it’s all available at the city’s southern boundary in the pure, glistening waters of Canandaigua Lake.
Many of the local gyms, recreational centers and even some local community colleges offer tennis lessons. You’ll find a variety of different opportunities like this including those that offer the ability to benefit from their local, public facilities.
Hiking & Biking Trails http://www.trails.com/advancedfind.aspx?keyword=Rochester&state=NY
Boating and Fishing http://www.fishusa.com/FishSalmonRiver/Lake.asp