After leaving Buffalo, the president went to Rochester. His path took him down the Thruway and onto 490.
Residents tried to do everything they could to see the president's motorcade pass, but it was not easy finding a spot to go.
One Le Roy family found a small place under a tree where they were able to take pictures as the president drove by.
"You don't get to see the president drive through our town very often so we thought we would try to catch a glimpse," said Laura Williams.
It is pretty impressive. A lot of cops, a lot of vehicles he's got a lot of people traveling with him."
"You could just feel how exciting it was just to see the president and all the cars coming through and all the people that were guarding him," said Jacob Williams.
Residents said they don't remember the last time a president came through Western New York, but it was an experience they will never forget.