Outdoor Attractions

Adventure Calls Outfitters Inc.

  • 4 Lower Falls Road (within Letchworth State Park)
  • Castile, New York 14427
  •  (585) 343-4710 or 888-270-2410
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5.5 miles of spectacular scenery as you travel through the gorge of Letchworth State Park. The course contains 14 sets of class I and II rapids perfect for families and friends. Open spring, summer, and fall with affordable prices and fun for all. With two other great locations to choose from: Salmon River - Pulaski, NY and Cattaraugus Creek - Gowanda, NY.

Balloons Over Letchworth

  • 6773 Halvorsen Road
  • Portageville, New York 14536
  •  (585) 493-3340
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Balloons Over Letchworth, LLC provides hot air balloon rides (April through October) within Letchworth State Park, the "Grand Canyon of the East". Experience the thrill of a lifetime, as you quietly float about the beauty and water falls of Letchworth State Park with an experienced F.A.A. Licensed Pilot.

Caledonia Trailblazers Snowmobile Club


Camp Stella Maris

  • 4395 East Lake Road
  • Livonia, New York 14487
  •  (585) 346-2243
    Fax: (585) 346-6921
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Values and Lessons for Life. For more than 80 years, that's what Camp Stella Maris has been all about. Year after year, children return to our beautiful 28-acre campsite for a positive, memorable, safe and fun experience. Rustic cabins and a picturesque waterfront(located on the eastern shore of Conesus Lake) await our campers. Enthusiastic counselors offer meaningful opportunities for kids to try new things. Lifelong friendships are often formed.

Finger Lakes Soaring Club


The Finger Lakes Soaring Club is a not-for-profit organization promoting the sport of soaring in gliders, or engineless planes. The club's FAA certified instructors offer lessons and glider rides to anyone interested in soaring over the beautiful Livingston County scenery. Kids as young as 14 can also learn how to fly.

The club's flying activities begin in early April and run through November, with flights occurring on weekends and some weekdays.

Finger Lakes Trail Conference

  • 6111 Visitor's Center Road
  • Mount Morris, NY 14510
  •  (585) 658-9320
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New York's longest Continuous Hiking Trail System. The Finger Lakes Trail is 562 miles long, and connects the Catskill Mountains with the Allegheny Mountains by passing through the Southern Tier of New York State.

Genesee Valley Greenway State Park


Imagine...being able to walk, bike or ski from Lake Ontario in Rochester to Letchworth State Park, and on south to New York's Southern Tier, along a 90-mile path that winds through woodlands, farmlands and peaceful stream valleys. You might want to stop for a picnic along the Genesee River, visit a restored Genesee Valley Canal lock or take a side trip to a local museum or historic village.

Genesee Valley Hunt & Races

PO Box 52
3320 Nations Road

The purpose of the Genesee Valley Hunt is to foster and promote the sport of fox hunting, to preserve and care for wildlife, and to conserve open spaces. The GVH operates on the generosity and good will of its neighboring landowners and farmers. The GVH is funded primarily by individual contributions from its members.  The Hunt sponsors the Genesee Valley Hunt Races every second Saturday in October, featuring exciting steeplechasing and family fun of all kinds.  More at GVHRaces.com

Hemlock Hills Alpaca Farm


Hemlock Hills Alpaca Farm has been breeding and raising beautiful, high-quality Huacaya Alpacas since 2000. They offer outstanding fiber, hand-spun yarn, as well as finished products; many of the lovely Alpacas are also for sale to expand your breeding stock.

Humphrey Nature Center at Letchworth

  • Adjacent to the Trailside Lodge
  • 1 Letchworth State Park
  • Castile, New York 14427
  •  (585) 493-3680
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Humphrey Nature Center

The Humphrey Nature Center at Letchworth State Park opened in June 2016 and offers year-round environmental education opportunities for school groups, scouts, youth organizations, and the general public. Programming at the center focuses on the main topics of interest around the park, including geology, wildlife and botany. The building is open daily 10:00AM – 5:00PM.

The Humphrey Nature Center houses many interactive exhibits that especially highlight the plants and animals, geology and river ecology of Letchworth State Park. A video through the gorge during each of the four seasons plays on a loop on the face of a large reconstruction of the gorge wall. There is also large classroom/meeting space in the building.

Outside the Humphrey Nature Center you will find an outdoor classroom, butterfly garden, a bird observation station, and sustainable features such as solar panels and a cistern for collecting rainwater. There are trails that leave from the center that bring visitors to different points of interest such as Trout Pond, Inspiration Point Overlook and patches of old growth forest.

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