Fulton Footpaths is focused on developing walking trails that connect the natural resources of the Oswego River and Lake Neatahwanta in Fulton with parks and attractions. It is our hope that benches, landscaping, informational kiosks, lighting, and public art will be featured along the trails for people to walk for fitness, enjoyment, and also to learn about local history. Native Americans, early European settlers, the military, and the industries are all part of Fulton's history. Our first goal is to obtain funding for a feasibility study, which will help to put these trails in place through a phased approach. This is an all-volunteer effort.