Sackets Harbor, N.Y. - The 2013 Great Lakes Seaway Trail Travel Magazine is packed with ideas for exploring the 518-mile National Scenic Byway that hugs the freshwater shoreline of New York and Pennsylvania. The leisure driving and boating route spans five distinct areas along the coastline: the Erie Bayfront and Presque Isle in Pennsylvania, the Western NY Lake Erie metropolitan hub of Buffalo-Niagara Falls, the expansive Lake Ontario shoreline and its centerpiece at Rochester, the recreation-rich Eastern Lake Ontario waterfront, and the international 1000 Islands-St. Lawrence Seaway. Feature articles in the free, 64-page, glossy magazine highlight 30 historic lighthouses; War of 1812 battle sites; cultural heritage attractions and quilt shows, classes, and exhibits; events and festivals; and volkswalking, biking, kayaking and 75 geocaching opportunities Trailwide. The travel magazine is found at approximately 50 Great Lakes Seaway Trail kiosk units on the byway; at information centers, accommodations and attractions throughout the byway region; and at visitor centers and interstate rest areas in Upstate New York and Pennsylvania. The magazine is also online at http://www.seawaytrail.com/ <http://www.seawaytrail.com/> and can be requested by phone at 315-646-1000 x200.
Contact: Mike Bristol, Great Lakes Seaway Trail President/CEO, 315-646-1000 x202 Publicist Kara Lynn Dunn, 315-465-7578, Link: http://www.seawaytrail.com/Press_Room/2013/press130605travel-magazine.php