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We visited while driving out of Letchworth State Park. There were lots of birds flying around and we took some quick pictures. Next time we visit we'd like to do the tour to learn more about the dam and it's construction. Worth a stop!
My family actually learned about this tour from a flyer posted at the bathrooms of Letchworth State Park campgrounds. Thank goodness we saw that flyer because this ended up being the best feature we saw among many great sites in the area. We just missed...More
Must check for scheduled time of tours and register in advance. Group sizes are limited.
This is a walking tour which does include inclines in grade and will travel down thru narrow damp corridors down into the internal core of the dam. Would discourage those...More
We stumbled on the Dam by accident looking for somewhere to have a walk and a picnic. The guy in the visitors centre was really helpful and we decided to sign up for the dam tour. Beforehand we had a walk out along the rim...More
Never have been on a dam tour before but this was very interesting. It begins with a short walk to almost the bottom of the dam. The Mt Morris Dam is ran by the Army Corps of Engineers, so no backpacks, purses or drinks allowed....More
You can stop at the Visitors Center and just gaze at the dam or you can stay long enough to take a tour which I highly recommend. Videos and display in the Center give you the history but the up close look on the tour...More
While camping at Letchworth we drove few miles from the campground up to the dam and were pleased with our visit. There are many places that you can go see a dam from the outside, but to get to go inside (and for free to...More