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Letchworth State Park, the "Grand Canyon of the East," is where a 17-mile stretch of the Genesee River roars through the park's scenic gorge with three major waterfalls and cliffs as high as 600 feet, surrounded by lush forests. Recently named Best...more
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Wether you visit Letchworth State Park in the summer or the winter, the beauty will never cease to amaze! We were there in August of this past year and I was fortunate enough to go again last week! Getting to see the the snow covered...More
This massive state park offers some fantastic views and excellent hiking opportunities. We bought sandwiches at a little bistro in Mount Morris and had them as a picnic here. This is definitely a must-see if you are in the area.
We camped here for 3 nights just before the long weekend in May. We were in the 600 loop where the sites are ok with only electrical hook-up, no water or sewer, good thing we were close to a spigot. Restrooms and showers are clean...More
One of the most beautiful and inspiring places on earth. It is smaller than Niagara but grander in so many way. I was spoiled when I lived in Western New York as I could and would visit it many times a year..only my 2nd trip...More
This was our favorite campground out of our entire 7 week journey! The campground was nicely wooded with excellent new individual bathrooms. Our site just happened to have a concrete pad (although most did not). The trails and overviews of falls and views were easy...More
Walking trails, railroad bridge, 3 big falls, canyons, history, restaurant are highlights of this park. My 2 teenagers and I enjoyed the hiking trails. It felt more natural, peaceful and less commercialized than Niagara Falls( which we also enjoyed). This park would be great for...More
I can't believe I hadn't been there until 2016, we took a day trip there - WOW, it was marvelous. Since then we have held my daughter's birthday party and my son's wedding there - both at the Glen Iris Inn. Magical!
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We came into the park from it's southwest side and were able to see 3 falls easily. There is a restaurant/parking area between 2 of the main falls. The other falls we viewed was a gravel road and then a short hike from... More
We came into the park from it's southwest side and were able to see 3 falls easily. There is a restaurant/parking area between 2 of the main falls. The other falls we viewed was a gravel road and then a short hike from the opposite side of the river.