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cattaraugus county CHAUTAUQUA-Allegheny Region

Holiday Valley Resort Griffis Sculpture Park

New York s ’ Amish Trail

bienvenue! willkomen! bienvenidos! svagata hai! the other side of new york! No matter how you say it, we’re glad you’re here. Easily accessible by major highways and some of New York’s prettiest country roads, the scenic drive through the Enchanted Mountains of Cattaraugus County will whisk you away from life’s worries. From serene to extreme – we’ve got it all! Conquer the ski slopes of Holiday Valley or HoliMont. Go whitewater rafting in Zoar Valley, fish for steelhead, or hunt for deer, bear, and turkey.

contents Four Seasons of Fun ................................ 4-5 Allegheny State Park................................. 8-9 Seneca-Iroquois Nation............................. 10 Diamonds in the Rough ......................14-16 Festivals, Fairs, Rallies and Regattas ........................................18-19 Arts and Culture..................................20-21 Amish Trails and Geocaching ..............22-23 Hiking.................................................24-25 Antiques and Museums .......................26-27 Equestrian Pursuits .................................. 28

Play in Allegany State Park, nature’s ultimate four-season family playground with 85+ miles of multiuse trails, camping, lakes, and brilliant fall foliage. Discover gigantic statues at Griffis Sculpture Park and visit glacier-sculpted Rock City Park.

Route 16 Bargains .................................... 29

But, don’t be fooled by this rural setting, home to Old Order Amish and the Seneca Nation of Indians. We offer international flavor with a hometown touch including sophisticated dining, a vibrant arts and culture scene, and the state-of-the-art Seneca Allegany Casino. Browse quaint shops, savor a craft brew in Ellicottville, tee off at our premiere golf courses, and relax in our fine spas.

Hunting and Fishing............................36-37

Family Fun...........................................30-31 Rivers and Lakes .................................32-33 Golfing and Racing..............................34-35

Dining, Shopping and Spas..................38-39 Markets and Farms.................................... 40 Hotels, Motels and B&Bs ...................42-45 Campgrounds, Cabins, Cottages and Homes.........................................44-45 Trade/Business Listings........................50-54

We just know you’ll fall in love with Cattaraugus County!

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lines and obstacles were constructed at various heights to create a heart-pounding

swing through the trees. zigzag down the mountain. slide and sled for slippery winter fun.

outdoor experience. Body harnesses ensure you always have a safe experience.

MOUNTAIN COASTER For an effortless adrenaline rush, ride Holiday Valley’s Mountain Coaster. Built into the hillside, rail “cars” pull two riders up the track only to zigzag down 2,940 hair-raising feet while maneuvering 15


curves, 12 waves, a jump and corkscrew spiral. Handbrakes let you choose the

four seasons of fun

speed of your thrill. Open limited hours during winter.

HOLIDAY VALLEY RESORT Holiday Valley Resort’s winter playground includes a 750-foot vertical drop with 58 day and 37 night trails accessed by 13 high-tech lifts and offers a variety of terrain to suit all abilities. Lessons from the familyfriendly Mountain Adventures, Burton Learn to Ride, and Lounsbury Adaptive Programs, allow virtually everyone to enjoy winter sports. Four terrain parks provide all levels of snowboarders lots of room to play. Sledding fans can take a quick shuttle ride to Holiday Valley Tubing Co. for 12 lanes of winter family fun.

HOLIMONT Generations have enjoyed skiing and boarding for over 50 years at HoliMont, North America’s largest private ski resort.


Known for its patented snowmaking system,

Who said Tarzan should have all the fun?

the resort also welcomes the public on

Holiday Valley Resort’s Sky High Adventure


Park, located on four acres of wooded,

Remember to save some energy for

slopeside terrain, will challenge and thrill

Ellicottville’s lively après ski atmosphere

visitors ages seven and up. Eight courses dare

with a brew from John Harvard’s Brew

you to try five challenge levels including

House or live music at many village

platforms, connecting cables, bridges, zip


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The Aerial Park is open spring, summer and fall. The Coaster is open year round. Call (716) 699-2345 for park reservations and coaster dates/times. Photo: Bob Crandall



Photo: Linda Hoffman

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Summer Music Festival July 5-7

Jazz & Blues July 26-28

Taste of Ellicottville August 10-11

Rock N’ Roll Weekend September 20-22

Fall Festival

October 12-13

Beer & Wine Festival November 8-9

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sandy beaches, glacial bedrock, wild osprey, miles of trails and rustic cabins are expecting you!


playtime inthe park ALLEGANY STATE PARK Located just south of Salamanca, Allegany State Park has treated millions of visitors to nature’s four-season playground since 1921. Away from the bustling crowds, over 70 miles of hiking trails, three lakes, two sandy beaches, and 55 miles of summer equestrian trails entice you to explore the great outdoors.

allegany state park’s highest elevation peaks at 2,280 feet.

Pack a picnic and enjoy a relaxing, sunny day on the sandy beaches of Red House Lake or Quaker Lake. Fish off the dock or rent a paddleboat. Take advantage of the many sports fields and courts. Gather the troops for a rousing game of volleyball or fly a kite high over the treetops. Live concerts

and a summer children’s program round out family-friendly entertainment. Hike miles of trails, or put on your helmet and lap the park on rollerblades, mountain bikes, snowmobiles, or snowshoes. Glide through snowy woods on the groomed trails of the Art Roscoe Ski Touring Area. Take a family-oriented nature tour and experience stunning views, forested wildlife habitats and wetlands. Discover waterfalls, salamanders, osprey, wild edibles, beaver ponds, fossil rocks, and the occasional bear. Bring your camera for lots of fun photo ops!

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Near the Stone Tower, view fall’s brilliant vistas. Visit the historic Tudor-style Administration Building and Natural

Don’t miss Thunder Rocks, an impressive

History Museum, or check out exhibits at

bedrock city left behind as glaciers receded.

the Old Quaker Store and Museum.

allegany state park is the largest park in the new york state parks system, covering 101 square miles.


Photos: Seneca Nation

Seneca Allegany Casino & Hotel

Salamanca is the only city in the U.S. located almost entirely on an Indian territory.

Quench your thirst for high-energy excitement, world-class concerts, and live entertainment at the Seneca Allegany Casino & Hotel. More than 30 tables offer blackjack, craps, roulette, poker, and over 2,000 reel and video slots for your gaming pleasure. Rejuvenate with a hydrating,

Western Door.



track reaching speeds up to 120 miles per

No visit to Salamanca is complete

hour. Check our website for the date of

without a stop at the Seneca-Iroquois

this event.

full-body salt glow treatment followed by a gourmet Italian meal at Patria or a fresh grilled steak from the award-winning

National Museum. Admire ancestral and contemporary objects, a longhouse replica, interactive exhibits, intricate beadwork, sculptures, and pottery for a window into the rich heritage of the Seneca people.

The annual Seneca Allegany Veteran’s Pow Wow in July is a family-friendly celebration of over 1,000 years of Seneca heritage and culture. Dancers from across the country costumes. Browse Native American arts and

Snake has been part of Seneca culture for

crafts, sample traditional cuisine, and watch

hundreds of years. During the winter,

traditional dance and drum competitions.

in Salamanca will welcome over a dozen teams from the U.S. and Canada. Watch competitors in action as they throw the long wooden stick down a quarter-mile, grooved



Enjoy non-stop gaming action with over 2,000 new & exciting slots and over 30 thrilling table games. Indulge in a variety of delicious dining options including Thunder Mountain Buffet, voted best buffet by readers of Casino Player Magazine. Relax in the comfort of AAA Four-Diamond hotel accomodations with over 400 luxurious rooms on 11 levels including 200 new rooms in the recently expanded tower. Let our professional and attentive staff revitalize your mind, body and soul in The Spa and Salon. Experience the excitement of live entertainment in our 2,400-seat Events Center. It’s all here waiting for you at Seneca Allegany Casino & Hotel!

compete in vibrant and intricate traditional

The Native American game of Snow

the annual Snow Snake Competition


Housed in a restored 1912 passenger depot, the Salamanca Rail Museum will delight rail enthusiasts with artifacts, photographs,

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video presentations, and interactive railroad cars. Admission is free.


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... about Seneca culture at the Seneca-Iroquois National Museum.

Seneca history is rich, but little known or understood. Though we’ve faced constant challenges, our culture and depth of tradition give us the strength to survive and thrive in an ever-changing world. We invite you to experience our rich history and culture:

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... at the AAA Four Diamond Award-winning Seneca Allegany Casino & Hotel with more than 2,000 slot machines and 33 table games. Stay in one of 413 luxurious hotel rooms. Indulge in 7 dining locations, the Spa & Salon, and the 2,400-seat Seneca Allegany Events Center.

... ... authentic authentic native-made native-made artwork artwork at at the the Falling Falling Leaves Leaves Festival Festival in in October. October.

... ... Seneca Seneca dances, dances, songs songs and and food food at at the the Pow Pow Wow Wow held held in in July. July.


Visit the Seneca-Iroquois National Museum at 814 Broad Street, Salamanca. Call (716) 945-1760 for hours.

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Seneca Allegany Casino & Hotel

... the largest State Park in NY at Allegany State Park with over 65,000 square miles of rolling hills, lakes and forest.

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Seneca Iroquois National Museum

Seneca Nation of Indians

Allegany State Park

take a time machine ride for a geological adventure billions of years in the making.

An eclectic outdoor art experience with metal giants, camping under stars, moonlight snowshoeing, ecology workshops, and live music.

Rock City Park

three-fourth-mile nature trail to reveal what eons of erosion have sculpted. Towering monoliths with intriguing names like Hamburger Rock, the Three Sisters, and Balancing Rock are guaranteed to impress.

A 1,000-square-mile breathtaking

Don’t miss the museum and fluorescent light

panoramic view of the Enchanted

rock room. Open May through October.

Mountains from Signal Rock launches Rock City Park to the top of the family-


fun, must-see visitors’ list, and one of

What’s not to love about thousands of

the greatest scenic wonders of the U.S.


Explore the world’s largest formation of quartz conglomerate as you wander the


pumpkins? Pumpkinville is a free smorgasbord of fall-themed fun. Kids can take the cow train through pumpkin fields, or pet and feed farm animals. Go for a pony or helicopter ride, get lost in the corn maze, pan for gold or shoot the corn cannon. Then take a breather with freshpressed cider, homemade fudge and pumpkin treats and pumpkin cappucino.

Griffis Sculpture Park Looking for a fun-filled, family adventure? Pack a picnic and head for the scenic hills of

View rare and precious stones at the annual Gem, Mineral and Fossil Show at Rock City Park on Columbus Day Weekend.

East Otto to explore Griffis Sculpture Park, one of the largest and oldest sculpture parks in the U.S. You’ll find over 250 enormous, multi-dimensional figures on miles of hiking trails, in fields and forests – even rising out of ponds! Touch a gigantic metal spider, rest under oversized mushrooms, or explore a “living wall.” It’s art you can play with! Don’t miss the whimsical photo ops!

Griffis Sculpture Park was named No. 1 “Hidden Gem of Western New York” by AAA’s Member Connection magazine. Photo: Bob Crandall




Year ‘Round Pancake House and Restaurant Serving Sprague’s 100% Maple Syrup Breakfast all day long plus lunches and dinners • Voted area’s best Friday night fish fry • Saturday night prime rib • Sprague’s Premium Free Range Turkey One mile north of Portville at 1048 Rte 305, Portville, NY 14770 716-933-6637

Photo above: Sprague’s Maple Farms


produced. Come experience New York’s

Gooseneck Hill Waterfowl Sanctuary in

Maple Wonderland – great food, great fun,

Delevan, N.Y., housing two of the largest,

great memories! Call 716-933-6637.

covered aviaries in the world with about 500 protected and endangered ducks, geese, and swans, 2,000 koi and 25 lovely rock gardens. Open Sundays in July and August. Spring’s sap steals the show at the 18th annual Maple Weekend when syrup producers countywide welcome the public

Sunday-Thursday 8am-8pm Friday-Saturday 8am-9pm

Be sure to plan a visit to Rock City Park,

ROCK CITY PARK One of the top 10 Hidden Gems in Western New York

Griffis Sculpture Park and the Salamanca

Attending the Western New York Maple

Railroad Museum. Shake off the winter

Festival, held annually in Franklinville, has

blahs and refresh your inner being as you

become a family tradition for many visitors

take a leisurely Sunday Drive to soak in

as a way to welcome spring.

the vistas of Mother Earth’s renewing work

As the rising temperatures warm the earth,

Watch maple syrup being made, shop in the gift and nature center, hike the nature trails, and visit the antique sugar house and tipi to see how maple sugarin’ began!

Explore the world’s largest exposure of quartz conglomerate. Once a prehistoric ocean floor, this gigantic rock city towers many stories high. Hike the trails, visit the gift shop, picnic, savor the view. Family fun and romantic, too!

around the countryside.

many of our attractions will be opening.

for tours. Visit Sprague’s Maple Farms,

Arts & CrAfts show

which offers a unique dining experience in a family atmosphere, surrounded by

May 11 & 12, 2013

nature’s beauty.

Mom gets in FREE on Mother’s Day!

Sprague’s Maple Farms, at 1048 PortvilleObi Rd. in Portville, produces awardwinning, pure maple syrup for use in their restaurant and for sale in their gift shop. With a state-of-the-art production facility and an old-fashioned sugarhouse, visitors can enjoy watching pure maple syrup being



6th AnnuAl Gem, minerAl & fossil show October 12, 13 & 14, 2013 View and purchase gems, minerals & fossils from around the world

Beautiful fall foliage!

716-372-7790 866-404-ROCK (7625)

open Daily: 9 am to 6 pm may 1 to octoBer 31 505 route 16 South OLEAN


schuss downhill in a cardboard box, float on a kayak or canoe – there’s something fun happening year ’round!

County Fair in Little Valley. From July

games, famous guests, a street festival,

29-Aug. 4, watch the barnyard Olympics,

contests, and ends with a 130-mile

motocross races, musical acts, live

Dice Run.

demonstrations, and other favorites. Food and art abound at the Taste of

festival, from Oct. 12-13, entices visitors

Olean and Art in the Park held July

with fine art, ski swaps, crafts, music, kids’

28 on the Olean campus of Jamestown

rides, and more. For the best views of the

Community College.

spectacular fall foliage, take a chairlift ride

Assemble a powerhouse and join over



Fall Fest, Ellicottville’s largest and liveliest

200 teams for the Gus Macker 3-on-3

to the top of Holiday Valley or HoliMont ski resorts.

Basketball Tournament, an all-ages-friendly

Wine and beer lovers unite! Sample your

sporting event on the streets of Olean from

way through dozens of handcrafted beers

Aug. 16 to 18.

and regional wines at Holiday Valley’s

From Aug. 21-25, thousands of motorbikes

Wine and Beer Festival, Nov. 15-16.

will take over Olean’s Bradner Stadium for Rally in the Valley. Filled with festival smells and sounds, the rally offers music,

From March 9-10, don your zaniest outfit and colorful beads for Holiday Valley’s Winter Carnival & Mardi Gras. Slopeside cookouts, the Dummy Downhill, a scavenger hunt, prizes, and the famous ice bar create a frolicking good time! On May 4, the Great Valley Fireman’s Regatta will welcome over 1,500 boats as they launch into the Great Valley Creek to enjoy a leisurely, five-mile float downriver complete with beer pit stops. Adjacent properties provide over 750 campsites for a roaring good time for the 21-andover crowd. Gowanda’s Hollywood Happening, from May 31 to June 2, attracts hundreds of motorcycles annually. Enter the tattoo contest, show off in the bike rodeo, or ride in the 100-mile charity run. Proceeds help restore the 87-year-old Hollywood Theater, a national historic landmark. The Demolition Derby’s big rigs bring the crowds to their feet at the Cattaraugus




Overflowing with talent, Cattaraugus County’s arts and culture scene offers art classes, theater productions, art exhibitions, and concerts.


artistic inspirations

Award-winning art tour invites visitors to more than 40 studios Explore the picturesque back roads of the Enchanted Mountains as you motor along on the Routes to Art tour of regional artists’ studios on May 18-19. From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., discover amazing paintings, sculptures, pottery, Native American beadwork, basketry, jewelry, stained glass, woodcarvings and more, created by artists from Chautauqua, Cattaraugus and Allegany counties, and the Seneca Nation of Indians. Empty your trunk because you won’t leave empty handed! Continue your backyard driving adventure with a swing through East Otto Country to visit this landscape’s talented artisans. Studios are open from May 1 through Christmas.


College campus and produced by the

Portville’s Keynote Chorus and the

Cattaraugus County Arts Council.

Chamber Music Society of Olean spice up

World-class art and antiquities grace the Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts at St. Bonaventure University in Allegany. The center displays a rich cache of artistic and historical masterpieces and artifacts in

the musical menu. Works by Tchaikovsky, Gershwin, and Mendelssohn are no match for the Southern Tier Symphony, which takes on these and many more with ease in its three themed, annual performances.

Browse works by some of the region’s finest

its four exhibit halls, and hosts traveling

Theatergoers will also love the family-

talent at Art in the Park, a juried fine arts

exhibits. Take in engaging theatrical

friendly, full-scale musicals, dramas and

show and sale from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on

productions, rousing musical performances,

comedies staged throughout the year by the

July 28 at Olean’s Jamestown Community

and multicultural acts in the Rigas

Olean Community Theatre and Olean

Family Theater.

Theatre Workshop.



drawn buggies. Please respect their

Travel back to another time along new york’s scenic amish trail or hunt for treasure while exploring the enchanted mountain geotrail.

privacy and personal property, and do not photograph them, as it is against their beliefs. Stop in and visit New York’s Amish Trail Member Businesses for dining, shopping and staying. Our members carry Amish merchandise and provide places to eat and to stay overnight. You also can visit places to pet alpacas and purchase some


of their products.

geocaching While exploring the rural countryside, use your GPS device or smartphone to locate 12 geocaches planted along New York’s Amish GeoTrail. Collect 10 and receive a special New York’s Amish GeoCoin. Hikers-and-seekers are challenged to uncover all 32 geocaches stashed along the

a commemorative EMGT

Enchanted Mountain GeoTrail, located

GeoCoin. Then post your

in Cattaraugus County towns. Collect

adventures at

every town’s wooden nickel and receive

at Allegany State Park’s GeoBash VIII to

Amish Trail and Geotrails

Amish Trail For an intimate look at life in the Enchanted Mountains, travel to another

On May 17-19, join hundreds of geocachers locate over 60 geocaches. It’s fun for the whole family with caches for kids, geo-golf, the ammo can toss, a children’s piñata, and more.

Conewango Valley is home to the oldest and largest Amish settlement in New York. about 1,500 people live in the area.

era along New York’s Amish Trail where you will find an Old Order Amish population that honors community, family and Christian Faith, and shuns electricity, phones, cars and other modern conveniences. The Amish intentionally choose

More than 1.4 million geocaches have been hidden and found by more than 4 million people worldwide.

to live a simpler life separate from the “English.” Take in stunning views as you look for hand-painted signs in front of homes indicating the type of business they operate. The Amish are expert artisans known for their handmade quilts, rugs, furniture, and toys, as well as baked goods, candies and jams. They don’t accept credit cards. Shops are closed on Sundays, certain holidays, and for barn raisings, funerals and weddings. As you tour the enchanted countryside, drive cautiously and watch for Amish horse-





take a hike! An impressive system of interconnected, multiuse trails let you explore at your own pace, whether by foot or by bike.

There’s nothing like the fresh scent of

May 31-June 2, dice runs, road trips, and cruise-ins.

spring and fall on a motorbike. Motorcycle

Allegany State Park’s scenic roads, paved

riders can choose from a variety of events

bicycle trails, and snowmobile/horseback

like Olean’s Rally in the Valley Aug. 21-25

riding trails allow you to enjoy panoramic

and Gowanda’s Hollywood Happening

views and legendary fall foliage.

Photo: Bob Crandall




At Pfeiffer Nature Center, marvel at the 20-acre, old-growth forest of Eastern Hemlock, American Beech and more.

Just outside Little Valley – unseen from the road – explorers can descend into Little Rock City, an unusual prehistoric rock formation with narrow passages and caves. Whether your ride is pedal powered or battery powered, Cattaraugus County offers a multitude of fantastic road and

Holiday Valley offers 35 miles of varied hiking and mountain biking terrain.

trail excursions.

Abandoned logging roads, thrilling slopes, and well-maintained trails challenge

ALLEGHENY RIVER VALLEY Allegheny River Valley Trail, a naturefilled, 5.6-mile loop along the Allegheny River and a new 2-mile loop around the St. Bonaventure University campus, offer a smooth, paved path for feet and wheels. Reconnect with nature at Pfeiffer Nature Center in Portville where you are welcome to snowshoe, take a refreshing hike, a



leisurely stroll, or cardio run along miles of

resources stewardship through education

open-access hiking trails on 648 plus acres

and research.

of fields and forests.

American Wigeons, brown-headed Cowbirds, Horned Grebes and Gossamer-wing butterflies


mountain bikers of all abilities. Skinnywheeled riders can choose from miles of quiet, winding country roads. The multipurpose Pat McGee Trail

For a peaceful, inspiring place to reflect,

crosses the eastern Continental Divide

visit the 8-acre Nannen Arboretum

and stretches 12.1 miles from Salamanca

in Ellicottville and admire the majestic

For an eco-friendly outdoor experience, visit

to Cattaraugus. Snowmobilers, bicyclists,

ski slopes as you meditate in a Zen

the Zaepfel Nature Sanctuary, a 600-acre

cross-country skiers, walkers, and

stone garden.

equestrians will be impressed by the

outdoor classroom promoting sustainable

medley of animals, plants, and birds in nine ecosystems.


The past springs to life in abundant museums and antique shops brimming with rare finds or seek out over 25 landmarks on the national register of historic places.

dive into the area’s diverse past in one of many of our museums and historic landmarks.



quaint Schoolhouses, such as this one, dotted the countryside, providing education to thousands of neighboring children.


of the area’s rich and diverse

Almost a dozen antique shops are chock

past. You can even conduct genealogy research. Many

full of old-fashioned treasures beckoning

of these museums are open

you to discover them. Spend a relaxing

by appointment only,

day on the Antique Trail along Route 219

so please call ahead. For

perusing captivating shops and cooperatives

a complete listing of all

with over 100 dealers. Furniture, dolls, china, buttons, signs, and tools – they’re all

museums, see page 50.

here! Include side jaunts to merchants in


Olean and Franklinville, too. For a unique adventure, stop in West Valley at The Antler

Stop at the Salamanca

Shed located on Hebdon Road. The array

Historical Society

of antlers and wild life will astound you.

Museum housed in the city’s beautifully restored historic bank

If you’re a history buff,

building. Pause to admire the Victorian room, chapel, schoolroom, and

you’ve come to the

bank vaults. Train enthusiasts will love the Salamanca Rail Museum,

right place. Scattered

housed in a restored passenger depot.

among towns throughout the county, museums display railroad cars, antique clothing, Civil War weapons, Native American beadwork, and other fine examples



Some Victorian Era historical houses are now used as museums in many County locations; such as The Miner’s Cabin in Franklinville or Fannie E. Bartlett House and its Olean Point Museum in Olean.


Over 85 miles of equestrian trails crisscross the Enchanted Mountains.

garage sales and bargains on route 16. Allegany State Park has set aside 55 miles

native wildlife as you amble along 24 miles

For bargain hunters, there’s nothing more

selling points to find the best prices

of rolling, hillside, and level trails for

of paved, gravel and dirt trails. And there is

awe inspiring than the annual Route 16

on kitchen items, tools, toys, clothing,

summertime use. The Pat McGee Trail,

a lot with plenty of parking for truck and

Garage Sale and Firemen’s BBQ on Sept.

furniture, collectibles, electronics,

connecting seven municipalities, offers a

horse trailers.

14. Imagine a 40-mile-long garage sale

and more. Along the way, sample

stretching through Cattaraugus County

chicken barbeques and cookouts at

from Knapps Creek to Yorkshire. From 8

fire departments competing in the

a.m. to 3 p.m., hop from private residences

Firemen’s BBQ Competition.

relaxing 12.2-mile ride. The Crosspatch, a real working horse ranch in Salamanca, hosts year-round events like guided trail rides for all ability levels, chuck wagon dinners, overnight events, and carriage rides. You can even rent a horse for your ride. Near Randolph, Pine Hill State Forest is

Request a free equestrian trails brochure by calling 800-331-0543. Bring the entire family to the annual Ellicottville Championship Rodeo from July 4-7. Daily shows transport you back to the Wild West with bull riding, calf roping, bronco bustin’, and stick-horse racing for kids.

to businesses to community-designated

Route 16 is the highest state highway in Western New York at 2,386 ft. near the Pennsylvania border.

a popular spot for equestrians. Watch for




winter, spring, summer or fall, you’ll find family adventures waiting for you in the enchanted mountains.


fun for your family Plan a family outing to pet a super soft

For October Halloween fun, get your

alpaca at Mager Mountain Alpacas in

scare on with a Nightmare Hayride on

Little Valley or take a mountain coaster ride

Sommerville St. in Ellicottville. Beware

at Holiday Valley.

of creepy characters who wander the dark

Pack up the car and head to the Portville Drive-In or Loomis’ Drive-In in Delevan

as you bump along on the sinister wagon ride. Then, negotiate the haunted maze

to watch family-oriented movies on two screens. Plan a restful week at more than half a dozen campgrounds dotted with hundreds of campsites and cabins.

and stumble through the hair-raising barn walk. And who says rainy days can’t be fun? Strike out on a bowling adventure at Central Lanes in Salamanca or K & L Lanes in Gowanda or Ischua Valley Country Club in Ischua. Check out

For a rainy day adventure, see a movie or play, go bowling or visit a museum.



Skateland of Franklinville for a game of laser tag, roller skating, or batting cage practice. For an educational day, visit one of the many area museums.


whether you’re paddling, floating or riding the rapids, the waterways of cattaraugus offer beauty and fun.

Navigateriversand lakes More than magical mountains, our ponds, lakes, and streams invite you to row, paddle, and float as you explore our natural waterways. On the northwestern edge of the county lies the stunning beauty of Zoar Valley, encompassing 600 acres of protected

Onoville Marina is the largest inland marina in New York State.

land with pristine waterfalls, majestic cliffs, and ancient trees. Venture out on your own or take a memorable whitewater rafting tour

guided by Zoar Valley Canoe & Rafting

Nearby Deer Lick

Company, Adventure Calls Outfitters, or

Nature Sanctuary,

Catt Rafting Adventures, who will safely

a 398-acre National Natural

guide you through springtime rapids down

Landmark offers the public 10.6 miles of

Cattaraugus Creek through Zoar Valley.

color-coded hiking trails leading

Franklinville, Harwood Lake in

to mature forests, flowing

Farmersville, or Lime Lake in Machias.

meadows, and striking views.

Zoar Valley is home to one of the largest remaining eastern old-growth forests in the U.S.

From May to late summer, launch your

You can enjoy canoeing and

watercraft at Onoville Marina. You can

kayaking along the Allegheny

even rent a pontoon or fishing boat. Make

River and Ischua Creek, to

it a weekend and stay at one of 70 campsites

name a few. If you prefer a

with electric and water. On a warm and

larger body of water, make a

sunny day, enjoy the laid-back atmosphere

splash at Quaker Lake or

of Nick’s Cool Breeze Clam Bar at the

Red House Lake in Allegany

rustic Nic-L-Inn.

State Park, Case Lake in





From spring through fall, racing fans

Super G at Holiday Valley, or enter one of

Whether you prefer a quick 9-hole game or

have many options including racecar and

many 5K and 10K races in the area, such

a relaxed 18-hole afternoon, the region’s golf

motorcycle dirt track events at South

as the 10K SAPS Run during the WNY

courses offer premium and public golfing at

Arcade Speedway, go-kart racing at Chapel

Maple Festival in Franklinville.

affordable prices. Tee off at Holiday Valley’s

Hill Raceway in Humphrey or Sprint Speedway in Olean, and stock car racing at Little Valley Speedway. Watch a dog sled race at Allegany State Park’s Quaker Area on Jan. 26-27. Sign up


clubs,carsand carts



for a mountain bike race or the Northwind

The Double Black Diamond golf course at Holiday Valley was nominated by 2009 Golf magazine as one of the best redesigns in the country.

Double Black Diamond course, one of the area’s most challenging 18-hole courses – striking seasonal views are free! There’s nothing like an animated game of miniature golf for family laughs. Top it with an oven-fresh slice of pizza and everyone has fun! Play the 18-hole courses outdoors at Tasta Pizza in Olean and Mystic Water Resort in Limestone during the summer months. Play outdoor Frisbee golf and mini golf at Sprint Speedway in Olean.


License & Fee Information Hunting Conservation Legacy

game & fish magazine declared cattaraugus county the 2010 top turkey hunting county in the state.

Resident $96

Small Game


Small Game/Big Game Combo


Super Sportsman


Military Disabled Bowhunting Junior Bowhunting

5 9

Non-Indian Minor (10-16 years)


Disabled Person


Senior Citizen (65 + )







Allegany State Park

Hunting – no fee. Obtain required permit from Park Police. Non Resident Fishing – no fee. No permit required. $310


Park’s 65,000 woodland acres and over 33,000 acres of state forestlands. The area’s thriving black bear population, estimated at over 7,000 by the DEC, will put your tracking skills to the test.

HUNTING Contacts NYSDEC-Region 9

Visit a fish hatchery to learn how trout are raised for stock in pristine streams, rivers, lakes, and ponds.

Buffalo Office (716) 851-7010

cattaraugus creek has been listed in the top 10 sites for steelhead fishing by in-fisherman magazine.

Allegany Sub office (716) 372-0645 Allegany State Park Park Police (716) 354-9111

Randolph welcomes visitors all year to see

Seneca Nation of Indians

brook, brown, and rainbow trout in various

(Seneca Nation license is required

stages of development. Call (716) 358-4755

to fish on Nation territories) Clerk’s Office

If sitting on a frosty lake is your passion,

(716) 945-1790 (Salamanca)

check out the ice fishing on Harwood

or (716) 532-4900 (Irving)





Trapper Super Sportsman

steelhead smolts.





for hours.


Turkey Permit

Junior Trapping

The DEC Fish Hatchery off Route 394 in

7-Day Fishing

(with signed doctor’s statement)

of Allegany State Park.

main stream of the creek with 90,000


21 140

streams in New York State and the eastern

Conservation annually stocks the




catfish. The Department of Environmental

1-Day Fishing

Non-Indian Adult

21 140

Trapping (16 + )

salmon, smallmouth bass, and channel


(No hunting for Non-Indians)


Lake, Lime Lake, and the glistening lakes

Indians territory to Lake Erie. Angle for


Senior Sportsman ( 70+ )

Cattaraugus Creek is one of the premier

Zoar Valley and the Seneca Nation of

Senior Fishing (70+)

Seneca Nation Fishing


miles from Springville Dam through

$29 $70

Sportsman 47

Deer Management Permit

Hunt for deer on most of Allegany State

$85 140


Resident Non Resident


Big Game

Junior Hunting (12-15)

U.S. for steelhead fishing as it flows 34

Non Resident Fishing

SPORTSMEN’S RENDEZVOUS August 9, 10 & 11, 2013

On the Cattaraugus COunty FairgrOunds in LittLe VaLLey Seminars Turkey Calling Contest Special Speakers Mountain Men Reenactment Camp and More...

A Family Friendly Event Brought to you by Cattaraugus County Trappers Association


Make it a spa day with the girls, spin the wheel at a casino, or enjoy a wonderful meal al fresco.


dining and unwinding Photo: Gary Kinn

Browse quaint villages and bustling towns to shop for antique treasures, modern art,

No matter how long your stay, we promise

or conference at one of our professionally

you all the comforts of home in the area’s

run facilities.

many accommodations. Delight in a

and regional specialties. Shop at eclectic

homemade country breakfast cooked just

boutiques for unique fashion, garden and

for you by friendly innkeepers at B&Bs

farm markets for homegrown goodness, and

and lodges. Make it a couple’s retreat at a

high-tech ski shops for the latest equipment.

romantic country inn. Spoil yourself with

Top off your shopping day with an outdoor

amenities at Holiday Valley’s full-scale

café lunch, comforting bar food along with

resort. Book your next business meeting

a craft brew, or a sumptuous gourmet meal

Take a break from the ordinary and immerse yourself in the area’s energetic nightlife including live music in Ellicottville establishments and the Seneca Allegany Casino. Experience amazing art, theater and concert productions, as well as riveting

accompanied by local boutique wine.

take a break with local and regional specialties like chicken wings, chocolates or a grilled festival hot dog.

sporting events like St. Bonaventure University basketball.

Our chefs are eager to share their passion

Rejuvenate with an oxygenating facial from

with you. Sample area delights like beef

Falling Waters Spa or an Arizona mud

on weck, spicy Buffalo chicken wings,

wrap from the Ellicottville Oasis Spa or a

and indulgent confections from Watson’s

Traditional Swedish Massage from Anew

Chocolates. Enjoy poolside drinks from

Beginning Massage & Spa. Go for a

the Cabana Bar at John Harvard’s Brew

refreshing swim at Tamarack Club’s three

House, outdoor dining at Ellicottville Brewing Company, relish the taste of a grilled festival hot dog … infinite possibilities await.



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outdoor swimming pools surrounded by manicured golf greens.


Fresh New Look in 2013!

Produce Photos: Jamie Graham

Stay and Play with Us TODAY!

8420 Otto-Maples Rd. (County Rd. 13) Otto, NY 716-257-9549


OPEN Wed – Sun:10 am – 5 pm May 1 – December 24

(Winter hours by appointment)

Join in the harvest of local fruits and vegetables at a ‘pick your own’, roadside stand or a local Farmer’s Market. Our nurturing, commerce-friendly environment has given rise to a variety of creative products made in Cattaraugus County. Nothing says homegrown like biting into ripe, locally grown produce from roadside stands and farmers markets scattered across the countryside. For more Made in Cattaraugus County information, please see the back side of the map insert.

A wonderful destination for pottery lovers! Choose from a wide variety of original handmade functional stoneware.

Anew Beginning Massage and Spa Massage Therapy ~Active Isolated Stretching Reiki ~Facials ~ Salt Glows


716-699-2508 9 Monroe Street, Ellicottville, NY Ellicottville’s Therapeutic Massage

779 Broad Street Salamanca, NY 14779 Phone: 716.945.7600 Fax: 716.945.7200 Email:

68 Guest Rooms Complimentary Deluxe Continental Express Start Breakfast Indoor Pool & Whirlpool Adjacent To: In-Room: Coffee Makers, Seneca Allegany Casino Data Ports, Hair Dryers, Irons, Seneca Gaming & Ironing Boards and Entertainment Fitness Center Allegany State Park Free Wireless Internet Seneca-Iroquois Pet-Friendly National Museum Free Guest Laundry Salamanca Rail Museum Smoking & Non-Smoking Rooms Elkdale Country Club

Conveniently Located Near:

Ellicottville - 10 mi. HoliMont - 12 mi. Olean - 16 mi. Little Rock City - 17 mi. Sculpture Park - 25 mi. St. Bonaventure - 20 mi. Buffalo Airport - 80 mi. Niagara Falls - 90 mi.

No Penalty if Cancelled by 6:00 PM


Located off Exit 20 on I-86 or take Rt. 219 South to Rt. 417 RESERVATIONS CALL 1.800.HOLIDAY OR VISIT WWW.HIEXPRESS.COM TODAY! Packages Available • Meeting Space • Group Rates Just minutes from Holiday Valley, HoliMont Ski Resort, Elkdale Country Club and the Seneca Allegany Casino. Located in the “Heart of Downtown Ellicottville.” Walk to area restaurants, shops and exciting nightlife.

bin Stays for $129.00

Myers Steakhouse & Inn Welcome home to Myers Steakhouse & Inn, serving the Cattaraugus County and Salamanca areas with great food, lodging, and spirits since 1901. Enjoy our creative menus focused on homemade and fresh dishes made to order. Also featuring Western NY’s best steaks! Dine in our cozy lodge atmosphere surrounded in American Chestnut and great decor. Six nicely appointed guest rooms include private baths, A/C, cable TV, and coffee makers. Casual dining or special events. Reservations appreciated. Route 219 and 417, 460 Wildwood Ave, Salamanca, NY. 716-945-3153 •



Deluxe Fireplace & Spa Suites • Indoor Pool and Spa Highspeed Wireless Internet • Fitness Center • HDTVs Storage Lockers • Complimentary Breakfast Buffet

716.699.6000 | 1.800.337.0077 | 11 Mill St. Ellicottville, NY


Best Western University Inn 60 x x I x x F x x x Near St. Bonaventure, 3051 W. State St., Olean, NY 14706 JCC Olean Campus and Seneca Allegany Casino. (716) 372-1300 Century Manor Grillhouse & Suites 10 x x x x x x Near St. Bonaventure and 401 East State St., Olean, NY 14760 JCC Olean Campus. (716) 372-1864 Walk to downtown Olean. Country Inn & Suites By Carlson 77 x x I x x x F x x x Across from St. Bonaventure, 3270 NYS Rt. 417 W. Olean, NY 14760 and 20 minutes to Seneca Allegany Casino. (716) 372-7500 or 1- 800-456-4000 Edelweiss Lodge 49 x x O x x x Four tennis courts. 27 Jefferson St., Ellicottville, NY 14731 Walk to shops. Near Holiday Valley & (716) 699-2734 HoliMont. Ellicottville Wingate by Wyndham 84 x x I x x F x x x In downtown Ellicottville, 11 Mill St., Ellicottville 14731 within walking distance of shops and restaurants. (716) 699-6000 Hampton Inn 76 x x I x x x x x x Near St. Bonaventure and 101 Main St., Olean, NY 14760 JCC Olean Campus. Hi-speed wireless Internet. (716) 375-1000 or 1-800-HAMPTON The Historic Dudley Hotel 47 x x x x x x x x x Four minutes to Seneca Allegany 132 Main St., Salamanca, NY 14779 Casino with free 24-hour (716) 945-2002 shuttle. Only 15 minutes from ski resorts. Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites 68 x x I x x x x C x x x Tax Exempt. Only ¼ mile from 779 Broad St., Salamanca, NY 14779 Seneca Allegany Casino and free shuttle service 24/7. (716) 945-7600 or 1- 800-HOLIDAY FRESH NEW LOOK IN 2013 Holiday Valley Rental Management 260 x O x x x Aerial park, mountain biking, 6120 Rt. 219, Ellicottville, NY 14731 hiking, mountain coaster, golfing, skiing, sauna, pools & hot tub. (716) 699-2000 Slopeside at Holiday Valley. Hotel Westgate 22 x x x C x MC/V Variety of specialized rooms. 734 Broad St., Salamanca, NY 14779 Only 1/2 mile from Casino and minutes from Allegany State (716) 945-1807 Park or Ellicottville. Inn at Holiday Valley 102 x x x I/O x x x C x x x Aerial park, mountain biking, 6081 Rt. 219, Ellicottville, NY 14731 hiking, mountain coaster, golfing, skiing, sauna, pools & hot tub. (716) 699-2345 Slopeside at Holiday Valley. 300 Rental Condominiums also available. Inn at One Bank Street 4 X 1 X X X Walking distance to shops and restaurants. 1 Bank Street, Randolph, NY 14772 On snowmobile and NY’s Amish Trail, (716) 358-2022 Guided tours, spa and golf packages. Kelly House Lodge 15 x x x x x Near Holiday Valley and 39 E. Washington St., Ellicottville, NY 14731 HoliMont. Walk to downtown Ellicottville. (716) 699-4515 Microtel Inn and Suites 50 x Coffee x x x x C x x x Across from St. Bonaventure, 15 3234 NYS Rt. 417, Olean, NY 14760 min. from Seneca Allegany Casino, and 25 min. from skiing. (716) 373-5333 or 1-800-771-7171 Moonlight Motel 14 x x x x Minutes to Olean’s Business District 3363 Rt. 16, Olean, NY 14760 and colleges. (716) 372-9999 Myers Steak House & Inn 6 x x Dining x Ltd x x x x Minutes from Holiday Valley, 460 Wildwood Ave., Salamanca, NY 14779 Only HoliMont & Seneca Allegany Casino. (716) 945-3153 New Lantern Motel 10 x Coffee x x Ltd x x x Near St. Bonaventure and JCC 4004 NYS Rt. 417, Allegany, NY 14706 Shop Olean Campus. Only 15 minutes to the Casino. (716) 373-1672 Old Library Inn 9 x x x x x Discounted passes to YMCA, 120 S. Union St., Olean, NY 14760 near St. Bonaventure and JCC Olean Campus. (716) 373-9804 or 1-877-241-4347 Peace Creek Inn 8 x x x x x Minutes from Holiday Valley, 4317 Rte. 219, Great Valley, NY 14741 HoliMont and Seneca Allegany Casino. (716) 945-4021 or 1-877-945-4021 Seneca Allegany Casino & Hotel 413 x x x I x x F x x x World-class gaming, full-service 777 Seneca Allegany Blvd, Salamanca, NY 14779 spa & salon, 11 stories of aking views, meeting areas. 1-877-8SENECA (873-6322) The Tamarack Club 138 x x x I/O x x x x x Ski in – ski out! Slopeside lodging, 6447 Holiday Valley Rd., Ellicottville, NY 14731 within walking distance to village. Open year round. (716) 699-2345 Telemark Motel & Restaurant 16 x x x x x x At entrance to Holiday Valley Rd. 6089 Rt. 219, Ellicottville, NY 14731 Walking distance to slopes and village. (716) 699-4193

• Limited # Coffee



* Dining Only

C-Continental Breakfast

F-Full Breakfast

Pool: I/Indoor


Credit Card

Snowmobile Trails Access


Handicapped Access


Air Cond.

Private Baths

Shared Baths





bed and breakfasts

Recreational Facilities

Credit Card


Fitness Center


Meeting Rm/ Banquet Facility


Pets Allowed

RV/Truck Parking

Pool (Indoor/ Outdoor)

Handicapped Accessible

Lounge/ Restaurant

Cable TV



Black Dog Lodge 7975 Rt. 219, PO Box 1563, Ellicottville, NY 14731 (716) 699-6900

4 2 F 5 6 Ltd x All Major

Bush Bed & Breakfast 5286 Rt. 353, Little Valley, NY 14755 (716) 938-6106

5 F 3.5 2 1 Rm X MC/V/D

Cayuga House Sleep ‘n Ski 6 East Washington Street, Ellicottville, NY 14731 (716) 435-1914

4 2 C * 2 2 X Ltd All Major

Daily Bread Bed & Breakfast 3024 Bakerstand Road, Franklinville, NY 14737 (716) 676-5163








Evergreen Tea Room & Guest House (circa 1837) 3 2 F 5997 Rt. 98, Great Valley, NY 14741 (716) 307-6210 or (716) 945-3731

Jac Tub






Gallets House B & B 5 3 F 1759 Four Mile Rd, Allegany, NY 14706 (716) 373-7493

2 Jac Tubs








Ilex Inn 6416 E. Washington, Rt. 219, Ellicottville, NY 14731 Seasonal Pool (716) 699-2002 or 1-800-496-6307

6 1 F * 7 X X X MC/V/D

The Jefferson Inn 3 Jefferson St., Ellicottville, NY 14731 (716) 699-5869 or 1-800-577-8451

4 3

Manor House B & B 6864 Sodum Road, Little Valley, NY 14755 Horses welcome! (716) 938-6315

2 F * 2 MC/V

My Country Cottage Bed and Breakfast 3357 Jollytown Road, Hinsdale, NY 14743 Entire house! (716) 372-4990

2 F 1 X

Sugar Pine Lodge 6158 Jefferson St., Ellicottville, NY 14731 Heated in-ground pool! (716) 699-4855 or 699-2912


Tarry Here B & B 141 Broad Street, Salamanca, NY 14779 (716) 945-3123

5 F 5 X X D/M/V

Tee Pee Bed & Breakfast 14396 Rt. 438, Gowanda, NY 14070 (716) 532-2168

3 F 3 1 X X X

AE-American Express




F **






X Ltd X X


F-Full Breakfast


C-Continental Breakfast


All Major

* Hot Tub

** Outdoor Hot Tub

Lantern Motel

The w Ne

Clean & Comfortable rooms at very reasonable rates.

Air, DireCTV, refrigerator, phone, wireless internet

(716) 373-1672

Route 417 • Allegany, New York 14706 Off Exit 24, Interstate 86 • 15 minutes from the Casino Owner: Jeff Miles


Credit Cards

Boat Launch/Dock

Handicap Access

Internet Access

Laundry Facilities

Pets Allowed

Recreational Areas

Camp Store



Propane Station

Flush Toilets & Showers

Number of Cabins

Number of Sites

Recreational facilities include one or more of the following: Biking, hiking, boat rentals, volleyball, putt-putt golf, horse trails, horseshoes, game room. Swimming: Lake, pond or swimming pool.

Season Dates

Mystic Water Resort or camp at Pope Haven in the midst of Amish

Allegany Mountain Family Recreation Resort 5/15- 725 30 x x 3-P x x x x x x x x 6994 Plato Rd., East Otto, NY 14729 10/15 (716) 699-2352 or 1-877-850-7972 Allegany State Park (Red House & Quaker) Red House Year 132 144 x L x x x x x x x x 2373 ASP Rt. #1, Ste. 3 ------ Round ------ -----Salamanca, NY 14779 Quaker 164 220 (716) 354-9101 or 1-800-456-2267 Arrowhead Campground 5/15- 200 2 x x L x x x x x x 10487 Rt. 16 10/15 Delevan, NY 14042 (716) 492-3715 Camp Emerald Acres 5/1- 135 1 x P x x x x x x 6629 Abbotts Rd. Also 4 self-contained trailers 10/11 Franklinville, NY 14737 (716) 676-3225 Elkdale RV Resort Year 25 9 x Nearby Nearby x x x x x x x 4768 Rt. 353 ‘ Round Salamanca, NY 14779 (716) 938-6136 Harwood Haven Cabin Resort & Camping Year 47 8 x x x x x x x x 8764 Rt. 98 S., Farmersville, NY 14060 Round (716) 676-3737 Hunt-Fish-Snowmobile Kinzua Lake Campground 5/1- 100 x x x x x 569 West Perimeter Rd. 10/15 Frewsburg, NY 14738 (716) 354-2335 Lake Lane Fishing & Hunting Resort Year 10 T x x x x x 1339 Windfall Rd., Olean, NY 14760 Round (716) 373-2080 Onoville Marina May- 70 x x x x x x x x x x 704 W. Perimeter Rd. Sep Steamburg, NY 14783 (716) 354-2615 Pope Haven Campground 5/1- 149 6 x x P/SP x x x x x x x x 11948 Pope Rd., (Rt. 241) 10/15 Randolph, NY 14772 (716) 358-4900 Riverhurst Park Campground 4/15- 40 Chalet T x x x x x x 1269 Olean-Portville Rd. 10/31 Olean, NY 14760 All sites have cable hookup (716) 373-0535 / (716) 378-7837 Shamrock Pines Campground 4/15- 110 x SP x x x x x x 3900 Jarecki Rd. 10/15 Franklinville, NY 14737 (716) 676-2776 Triple R Camping Resort & Trailer Sales 4/15- 214 2 x x P/SP x x x x x x x x x 3491 Bryant Hill Rd., Franklinville, NY 14737 10/15 --- 1 RV (716) 676-3856 All sites have water, sewer, electric and cable TV Opening in 2013 “Glamping” at The Woods at Bear Creek 3510 Bear Creek Road, Franklinville, NY 14737 Watch for updates



On Snowmobile Trails Credit Cards

Kitchen Included

Recreational Facilities

Television Available

Enchanted Mountains.

Internet Access

also offer outdoor sporting opportunities. Stay in a rustic log cabin at

Laundry Facilities

or plan a day trekking through the beautiful hills and valleys of the

Boat Launch / Dock

Campsites at Onoville in Steamburg and Lake Lane Resort in Olean

Private Baths

way you like – while away your day reading in a comfy camp chair


camping getaway to the county’s many tent, camper, and RV sites?

Pets Allowed

year-round cabins at Allegany State Park. Personalize your stay any

Air Conditioning

forget your everyday troubles. What better way than to book a family

Recreational facilities include one or more of the following: Biking, hiking, boat rentals, volleyball, putt-putt golf, horse trails, horseshoes, game room. Swimming: Lake, pond or swimming pool.


country. Book a private campsite, group cabin or one of the heated,


Let the magic of cool forests and scenic views help you relax and

Electric Cabins


Season Dates


“A Beautiful Farm” The Gilbert H. Clark Farm 6558 Hencoop Hollow, Ellicottville, NY 14731 (416) 516-9859

Year 8 x Nearby x x x Round

Aim High Outdoor Adventures 11969 Ruckh Hill, Leon, NY 14751 (716) 296-5246

Year 2 6 x Nearby x x x x Round Each

Alden’s Acres Bed and Barn Porter Hollow, Great Valley, NY 14741 Entire House! (440) 235-0866

Year Round

Amish Cottage At Eagle’s Rest Farm 6151 Town Hill Rd., Leon, NY 14751 (716) 296-8926

4/1 1 4 x x x x x 11/30

Christian Hollow Lodge 6081 Christian Hollow Rd., Great Valley 14741 (716) 450-0249

Year 18 x x Nearby x x x x x Round

Elkdale RV Resort & Guest House 4768 Rt. 353, Salamanca, NY 14779 Also 25 RV Sites (716) 938-6136

Year 9 x x x x x x x x x x x Round

Grace Depot House 5065 Grace Ave., Great Valley, NY 14741 (914) 245-2970

Year 8+ x x Nearby x x x x x Round

Great View Cabins 3780 Halsaver Rd., Kill Buck, NY 14748 (716) 945-3945

Year 2 5 x x x x x x Round Each

Horseshoe Inn 11055 West Perimeter Rd., Frewsburg, NY 14738 (716) 354-5401 2 Efficiency Apartments

Year x x Nearby x x Ltd x x Round

Mystic Water Resort 621 Parkside Drive, Limestone, NY 14753 (716) 925-8553

Year 2 4 x Ltd x x x x x x x Round Each

O’Neill Guest House 7481 East Flats Rd., East Otto, NY 14729 Year (716) 257-5574 Entire House! Round












Sleepy Hollow Chalet 7233 Kent Rd., Ellicottville, NY 14731 (716) 699-4443

Year 11 x x Round

SnowPine Village PO Box 958, Ellicottville, NY 14731 (716) 699-2912

Year Condos x x Nearby x x x x x x Round

Stone Mountain Chalet Lodging 6893 Stone Rd., Great Valley, NY 14741 (716) 945-0882

Year 10 x x x Nearby x x x x x x Round

Willow Creek Cottage 9811 Mosher Rd., South Dayton, NY 14138 (716) 532-3868 Entire House!

Year 1 12 x x Ltd Nearby x Round

x Coming x



Po pe Haven Campground Located in peaceful Amish countr yside: spacious campsites all with water and electric. Swimming pool, fishing, playground, horseshoes, volleyball, game room, and all camping conveniences. Cabins Available 716-358-4900

Exit 16 off I-86, east to Rt. 241, 3 miles north to Pope Rd.



Offering ski-in, ski-out access! at Holiday Valley

Winter Time Fun: Skiing, skiing, skiing...

snowboarding and snowshoeing too!!! Tubing Park, Mountain Coaster & cross country terrain also available.

for easy to use property search, online booking for vacation rentals and more! The #1 Choice in Western NY for vacation or resort properties covering Ellicottville, HoliMont and Holiday Valley.





Ski Area

Celebrating 50 Years of Winter Entertainment & Excitement! Open to Non-Members Monday - Friday* *(Excluding Dec. 25 - 28)


6921 Route 242 Ellicottville, NY 14731 716.699.2320

Summer Time Fun: overlooking the golf course at Holiday Valley with the Sky High Adventure Park & Mountain Coaster. SnowPine Village has 2 outdoor tennis courts on site, picnic tables & charcoal grills for summer cooking enjoyment.

53 Genesee St., Cuba, NY 14727 | Exit 28 Off I86

SnowPine Village is a residential condominium and townhouse community.

1-800-543-4938 or 585-9683949 | open 7 days a week

SnowPine Village Home Owner's Association

P.O. Box 958 Ellicottville, NY 14731-0958 Phone: 716-699-2912 Fax: 716-699-8235

(716) 699-4800 - 12 Washington Street, Ellicottville

Over 325 varieties of domestic, imported and local cheeses • Aged NY State Cheddar • Cheese Curd • Salt Rising Bread • Gourmet Foods • Kitchen Wares • Gift Baskets • Mail order service in the continental U.S. | Fund raising programs

Cherry Creek Inn Bed & Breakfast

A Sanctuary for all Seasons

Located on the slopes of Holiday Valley Inside the Tamarack Club Ellicottville, NY Hours: 11:00am - 1:00am

Ph. 716.699.5350

honest food ... real beer 46


Luxurious accommodations on 31.5 acres of rolling farm land dedicated to providing sanctuary for travelers. Located in Amish Country along NY’s Amish Trail. Three rooms with private baths & a two-bedroom suite with living room & private bath. Comforts include a spa pavilion, fire pit, pub & mystery tower.

Granny’s Boot

ANTIQUES Home of Grevpode Gallery 10761 Miller Road (Old Route 219) Springville, New York

Saturday and Sunday... by chance or by appointment only!

• Rustic primitive antiques & country furnishings • Creative & off the wall folk art • One-of-a-kind items that will fill your heart with joy & laughter

716-592-2921 1-877-211-0735

Tea ParTies & amish Dinners available Close by: Wine Trail Amish Trail Horse Trails Snowmobile Trails Skiing (716) 296-5105

1022 West Road (CR-68) Cherry Creek, NY 14723


Cattaraugus County Fair July 29August 4, 2013

Little Valley Exhibits


Log Cabin Rentals Available Year-Round! Check our website for details • Call for Availability


Furnished Living Room • 2 Bedrooms • Fully Equipped Kitchen Full Bathroom • Charcoal Grill • Firepit • Private Deck


20-Acre Private Lake, Use of Kayaks and Paddleboats Child’s Sand-Filled Playground • Recreation Field 18-Hole Miniature Golf Course • Driving Range into the Lake!

620 Parkside Dr. • Limestone, NY (716) 925-8553

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Culture/Art/ History/Museums Allegany State Park/ Allegany Historical Society Administration Building Museum Old Quaker Store Museum ASP Rt. 3, Salamanca (716) 354-2182 American Museum of Cutlery 9 Main St., Cattaraugus (716) 257-9813 Antler Shed Whitetail Museum 8558 Hebdon Rd., West Valley (716) 699-4427 Art On Main Gallery and Store Cattaraugus County Arts Council 100 W. Main St., Allegany (716) 372-7455 Ashford Historical Society Museum 5380 School St., West Valley (716) 942-3223 Brookside Studio Watercolors 8363 Maples Rd., Little Valley (716) 257-9790 Carson Waterman American Indian Art Co. 28 Main St., Salamanca (716) 969-1127 Cattaraugus Area Historical Society Museum 23 Main St., Cattaraugus (716) 257-3429 or 257-3971 Cattaraugus County Historical Museum 9824 Rt. 16, Machias (716) 353-8200 Cinnamon Fern Studio 3225 Bowen Rd., Randolph (716) 640-1217 www.CinnamonFernArtStudio. Cutco/Ka-Bar Visitors Center 1040 E. State St., Olean (716) 790-7000 Dayton Historical Museum 9561 Rt. 62, Dayton (716) 532-3758 East Otto Historical Museum 8917 Reed Hill Rd., East Otto (716) 257-3337 Ellicottville Historical Society Museum 2 Washington St., Ellicottville (716) 699-8415 Fannie E. Bartlett Historical House & Olean Point Museum 302 Laurens St., Olean (716) 376-5642 Gowanda Historical Museum 2 Chestnut St., Gowanda (716) 532-4064 Grevpode Gallery 10761 Rt. 219, Springville (716) 592-2921 Griffis Sculpture Park 6902 Mill Valley Rd., East Otto (716) 667-2808



Hog Shed Studio Pottery 8420 Otto/Maples Rd., East Otto (716) 257-9549 Ischua Valley Historical Society & The Miners Cabin 9 Pine St., Franklinville (716) 676-2590 www.IschuaValleyHistorical Leon Historical Society Museum 62 Main St., Leon (716) 296-5709 Mansfield Area Historical Society Museum 7691 Toad Hollow Rd., Little Valley (716) 257-9288 Mill Street Gallery & Studio 42 Mill St., Ellicottville (716) 244-3806 Olean Theatre Workshop 702 Washington St., Olean (716) 373-7469 Perrysburg Historical Museum 10460 Peck Hill Rd., Perrysburg (716) 532-1558 Portville Historical & Preservation Society Museum 17 Maple Ave., Portville The Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts 3261 W. State Rd. St. Bonaventure University (716) 375-2494 Salamanca Historical Society Museum 125 Main St., Salamanca (716) 945-2946 HistoricalMuseum/ Salamanca Rail Museum 170 Main St., Salamanca (716) 945-3133 SalamancaRailMuseumAssociation Seneca-Iroquois National Museum 814 Broad St., Salamanca (716) 945-1738

Elkdale Country Club – 18 Hole Pro-Shop & Restaurant 7871 Stone Chimney Rd., Salamanca (716) 945-5553 Holiday Valley’s Double Black Diamond Course – 18 Hole Pro-Shop (716) 699-2345 6557 Holiday Valley Rd., Ellicottville Ischua Valley Country Club – 9 Hole Pro-Shop & Restaurant 8093 Rt.16, Franklinville (716) 676-3630 or 676-2000 Mystic Water Resort Miniature Golf 621 Parkside Dr., Limestone (716) 925-8553 St. Bonaventure Golf Course – 9 Hole Rt. 417, Allegany (716) 372-7692 Tasta Pizza Miniature Golf 1521 W. State St., Olean (716) 373-2393 Turkey Run Golf Course – 9 Hole 11836 Bixby Hill Rd., Freedom (716) 492-2888 Water-Way Hills Golf Course – 18 Hole 3067 Creek Rd, Cuba (716) 372-9144

Outdoor Adventure/ Entertainment

Franklinville Sporting Clays 3040 Bakerstand Rd., Franklinville (716) 353-4461 Holiday Valley Tubing Company 5673 Bryant Hill Rd. (716) 699-TUBE In The Sticks Paintball 9513 Maple Ave., Machias (404) 274-5216 Nightmare Hayrides 6319 Sommerville Valley Rd., Ellicottville (716) 699-4839 Pumpkinville 4844 Sugartown Rd., Great Valley (716) 699-2205

Skiing/X-Country Skiing

Art Roscoe Cross Country Ski & Mountain Bike Area (Red House & Quaker Area) 2373 ASP Rt. 1, Suite 3, Salamanca (716) 354-9101 or 354-9121 details.aspx Holiday Valley Resort 6557 Holiday Valley Rd., Ellicottville (716) 699-2345 or 800-323-0020 HoliMont 6921 Rt. 242, Ellicottville (716) 699-2320

Golf Courses/Driving Ranges and Miniature Golf

Bartlett Country Club – 18 Hole Pro Shop & Restaurant 32 Euclid Ave., Olean (716) 372-5175 or 372-5176 Birch Run Country Club – 9 Hole 4130 Birch Run Rd., Allegany (716) 373-3113 Cardinal Hills Golf Course – 18 Hole 78 Conewango Rd., Randolph (716) 358-5409

White Water Rafting

Adventure Calls Outfitters, Inc. S. Water St., Gowanda (585) 343-4710 or 888-270-2410 Catt Rafting Adventures 241 Palmer St., Gowanda (716) 866-1461 Zoar Valley Canoe & Rafting 11 S. Water St., Gowanda 800-724-0696

Other Outdoor Adventure


Allegany State Park (Red House & Quaker Area) 2373 ASP Rt. 1, Suite 3, Salamanca (716) 354-9101 Allegheny River Valley Trail Multi-Use Recreational Trail Allegany (716) 372-4433

Allenburg Bog (Buffalo Audubon Society-Beaver Meadows) Pigeon Valley Rd. & Farm Market Rd., Little Valley Contact Buffalo Audubon Society (716) 632-7270 Finger Lakes Trail Conference, Inc. 6111 Visitor Center Rd., Mt. Morris (716) 658-9320 Nannen Arboretum 28 Parkside Dr., Ellicottville (716) 699-2377 ext. 106 Pfeiffer Nature Center 1974 Lillibridge Rd., Portville (716) 933-0187 Rock City Park 505 Rt. 16 South, Olean (716) 372-7790 or 866-404-ROCK Pat McGee Trail Multi-Use Recreational Trail Little Valley (716) 257-3237


The Crosspatch Horse Ranch 5281 Baker Rd., Little Valley (716) 938-6313 D & A Performance Horses 3598 Bakerstand Rd., Franklinville (716) 462-3398 Dunham Sport Horses 5334 Allegany Rd., Little Valley (716) 938-6279 Dutch Dressage Stables 6970 Kidney Rd., Little Valley (716) 938-6606 Enchanted Oaks Equestrian Center 12201 Slew Rd., South Dayton (716) 640-1133 Golden Stride Walker Ranch 4966 Bryant Hill Rd., Ellicottville By appointment: (716) 699-2288 Hav-A-Heart Farms Sleigh Rides 2621 Townsend Rd., Allegany (716) 373-8540 Kinship With Horses 9324 North Otto Rd., Cattaraugus (716) 982-5180 Little Valley Rider’s Horse Park 5397 Rt. 353, Little Valley (716) 440-0175 www.LittleValleyRidersClub. Lofty Meadows Equestrian Center 8186 Kingsbury Hill, Franklinville (716) 676-9951 Massage & More Equine Therapy (716) 373-4463 Nash Hill Equestrian Center 10999 Persia Rd., Gowanda (716) 257-5257 North Star Farm & Riding Academy 12951 Rt. 39, Perrysburg (716) 532-3390 Okay Korral 4179 South Nine Mile Rd., Allegany (716) 373-1728 Point Break Farm 5115 Bryant Hill Rd., Ellicottville (716) 699-8369

Rosebud Stables 11520 Bixby Hill Rd., Arcade (716) 492-1420 Sliding B Stable 4222 Bakerstand Rd., Franklinville (716) 676-3166 Valley Equine Center 2148 Haskell Rd., Olean (716) 372-1759

Other Points of Interest and Entertainment

Allegany Skate Park 4122 Rt. 417, Allegany (716) 373-8736 South Arcade Speedway 11099 Marble Springs Rd., Delevan (716) 492-4097 (race days) Cattaraugus County Fairgrounds 501 Erie St., Little Valley (716) 938-9146 Carmike Cinemas WalMart Plaza, Allegany (716) 373-6633 Central Lanes 191 Central Ave., Salamanca (716) 945-9819 Chapel Hill Raceway 4716 Chapel Hill Rd., Humphrey (716) 969-0327 or 445-9514 Cyber Station Arcade 400 North Union St., Olean (716) 372-6758 Golden Pin Lanes 104 Mill St., Little Valley (716) 938-6771 Gooseneck Hill Waterfowl Sanctuary 5067 Townline Rd., Delevan (716) 942-6835 www.GooseneckhillWaterfowl Ischua Valley Country Club Lanes 8093 Rt. 16, Franklinville (716) 676-3630 K & L Lanes 10 Buffalo St., Gowanda (716) 532-9791 Little Valley Speedway 501 Erie St., Little Valley (716) 938-9146 Little White Church 5745 Rt. 98, Great Valley Loomis’s Delevan Drive In 11739 Rt. 16, Delevan (716) 496-5660 Maple Ridge Bison Ranch 4789 Gile Hollow Rd., Hinsdale (716) 640-2886 New York State Fish Hatchery 10943 Hatchery Rd., Randolph (716) 358-4755 Onoville Marina 704 W. Perimeter Rd., Steamburg (716) 354-2615 Portville Drive-In 1060 Olean/Portville Rd., Olean (716) 933-8750 Seneca Allegany Casino & Hotel 777 Seneca Allegany Blvd. Salamanca 1-888-873-6322

Seneca Gaming & Entertainment 768 Broad St., Salamanca 1-877-860-5130 Skateland of Franklinville 70 South Main St., Franklinville (716) 676-2655 Sprint Speedway 3335 Rt. 16, Olean (716) 440-0556 Tim & Bonnie’s Pizza and Bowling Lanes Elizabeth St. Opening Fall of 2012 William O. Smith Recreation Center Ice Rink 551 E. State St.. Olean (716) 373-RINK Yogabetsy Yoga Center 109 S. 6th St., Olean (716) 372-5850

Hunting, Fishing, Archery/ Gear and Bait

Auge’s Archery 6121 Peth Rd., Great Valley (716) 945-7286 David Halloran Turkey Calls Double J Archery 6726 Plato Rd., East Otto (716) 699-6510 The Griz Shop 3280 Grove St., Delevan (716) 492-0432 Hideaway Archery 12749 Cottage Rd., South Dayton (716) 532-2360 Kmart 2801 W. State St., Olean (716) 373-2220 Lake Lane Fishing & Hunting Getaway 1339 Windfall Rd., Olean (716) 373-2080 www.LakeLaneFishingAnd Racer’s Live Bait & Tackle 8403 Rt. 62, South Dayton (716) 988-3301 Rawson Valley Aqua Farm 99 Lyndon Center Rd., Cuba (716) 968-3985 Red Barn Gun Shop 6160 Pierce Rd., Franklinville (716) 676-3828 S & S Archery 883 Parkside Dr., Limestone (716) 925-7106 Steven’s Gun Shop 9643 Upper Edgar Rd., Little Valley (716) 938-6112 Tractor Supply 1900 Constitution Ave., Olean (716) 372-1052 Trapper Dan’s 6927 Riga Rd., Leon (716) 296-8303 or 912-0383 WBT Outdoor Enterprises Archery Pro Shop 520 Rt. 83, South Dayton (716) 988-5967 Wal-Mart 1869 Plaza Dr., Olean (716) 373-1491

West State Guns & Ammo 160 W. State St., Salamanca (716) 945-2552 Whitetail Country Sports World, Inc. 1102 W. State St., Olean (716) 373-2144 Windfall Archery 1739 Windfall Rd., Olean (716) 373-8977


Hunting and Fishing Contacts

Fiebelkorn’s Small Engine Repair & Snowmobile Parts 6750 Rt. 62 (716) 296-5106

Allegany State Park Park Police (716) 354-9111 New York State DEC Region 9 Fisheries Office 182 East Union St., Allegany (716) 372-0645 Seneca Nation Clerk Office Reservation Fishing License (716) 945-1790 or 532-4900

Rent/Purchase/Repair Outdoor Adventure Gear Allegany

J & D Scuba Shop 42 E. Union St. (716) 372-1622

Allegany State Park

Art Roscoe Cross-Country Ski & Mountain Bike Area Allegany State Park (716) 354-9163 or 354-9121


Gowanda Harley-Davidson 2535 Gowanda/Zoar Rd. (716) 532-4584 Gowanda Starcraft, Inc. 11147 Stafford Rd. (716) 532-2225


Little Valley

Bill’s Saw Shop 4978 Rt. 353 (716) 938-9846 Vintage Snowmobile Parts Center 7018 Toad Hollow Rd. (716) 938-9414


Leisure Time Powersports 469 Main St. (716) 925-7023


Rick’s Golf World 1204 W. State St. (716) 373-6400 Sports Locker 711 W. State St. (716) 373-1411

Lime Lake Marine & RV 9956 Rt. 16 (716) 353-8794 or 1-800-427-8794




The Boardroom/Alpine Ski Rental 6113 Rt. 219 (716) 699-5620 City Garage 5 Monroe St. (716) 699-2054 Dekdebrun’s Ski Shop and Curley’s Snowboard Emporium 20 Washington St. (716) 699-2754 Ellicottville Bike Shop 30 Washington St. (716) 699-2453 Gear Up Mountain Rentals 6921 Rt. 242 (716) 699-5582 biking-hiking Holiday Valley Mountain Sports Shops 6557 Holiday Valley Rd. (716) 699-2345 Mud Sweat & Gears 18 Monroe St. (716) 699-8300 Red Door Ski Shop 11 Washington Street (716) 699-2026 Slope Side Snow Sports 6921 Rt. 242 (716) 699-4698

Southern Tier Polaris 1469 Olean/Portville Rd. (716) 372-7797


Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar 3067 W. State St. (Rt. 417) (716) 372-2828 The Bird Cage 115 W. Main St. (716) 372-8927 Don Lucho’s Mexican Cuisine 76 W. Main St. (716) 372-0900 EB’s Eatery 3 E. Main St. (716) 372-3499 Fat Heads 181 W. Main St. (716) 372-9800 Linger Longer 68 W. Main St. (716) 372-1955 Main Street Sweets 61 E. Main St. (716) 373-7933 Mangia 65 W. Main St. (716) 373-2754 Park & Shop Maple Ave. & 1st (716) 372-1410 QQ Buffet 3115 W. State St. (716) 373-8237 Randy’s Up The River 44 East Main St. (716) 372-9606 St. Bonaventure Clubhouse 2606 West State Rd. (716) 375-2412

Twist & Shake 2936 Constitution Ave. (716) 373-0806 West End Grill 145 West Main Street (716) 373-0162

Ellicottville Depot Restaurant 6094 Rt. 219 S. (716) 699-4774 Gin Mill 20 Washington St. (716) 699-2530 Hoagies Pizza Cafe and More 24 Monroe St. (716) 699-4696 John Harvard’s Brew House 6447 Holiday Valley Rd. (716) 699-5350 Kabob Kafe 37 Washington St. (716) 699-2599 Madigans 36 Washington St. (716) 699-4455 Riley’s Bar & Restaurant 7734 Rt. 219 (716) 699-2359 Silver Fox Steakhouse 23 Hughey Alley (716) 699-4672 Subway 38 Washington St. (716) 699-2629 Tim & Bonnie’s Pizza and Bowling Lanes Elizabeth St. Opening Fall of 2012 Tips Up Café 32 Washington St. (716) 699-2136 Tops Markets 64 E. Washington (716) 699-2353


Carson’s Ashford House 9219 Rt. 219 – Ashford Hollow (716) 942-3840 Hollow General Store 9193 Rt. 219 (716) 942-6626


Brooks Market 1 Third St. (716) 257-3555 Jenny Lee Country Store 19 Main St. (716) 257-3333 Pascarella’s Restaurant 12 Washington St. (716) 257-3394

Delevan/Lime Lake

King’s Inn 9982 Rt. 16, Lime Lake (716) 353-9994 Lime Lake Deli 9971 Rt. 16 (716) 353-4610 Sahr’s Restaurant 9955 Rt. 16 (716) 353-9991

East Otto

John Boys 8981 Reed Hill Rd. (716) 257-5162 Mitch’s General Store 9005 East Otto/Springville Rd. (716) 257-3344 Frosty’s Zoar Valley Inn 10711 Hammond Hill Rd. (716) 592-4911



Balloon’s Restaurant & Night Club 20 Monroe St. (716) 699-4162 The Barn Restaurant 7 Monroe St. (716) 699-4600 The Birdwalk Restaurant & Antique Shop 5816 Rt. 242 East (716) 699-2749 Burger King 6084 Rt. 219 (716) 699-8111 Cadillac Jack’s, Inc. 6089 Rt. 219 S. (716) 699-5161 Coffee Culture 38 Washington St. (716) 699-1111 Katy’s Cafe’ & Cake Creations 10a Washington St. (716) 699-8860 D. J.’s Restaurant 26 Washington St. (716) 699-8966 Dina’s Restaurant 15 Washington St. (716) 699-5330 Ellicottville Brewing Company 28A Monroe St. (716) 699-2537

Gates Creek Café 100 South Main St. (716) 676-2610 Fresh Market 17 South Main St. (716) 676-3697 Maple Haven Farms Restaurant 103 North Main St. (716) 676-9910 Subway 70 S. Main St. (716) 676-2642 Village Restaurant 9 Elm St. (716) 676-9973 Wares The Pizza 3 S. Main Street (716) 676-3808


Moore’s Sugar Shack & Pancake House 10437 Galen Hill Rd. (716) 492-3067


Bayview Mini Mart & Ice Cream Parlor 767 W. Perimeter Rd. (716) 354-2021 Horseshoe Inn 11055 W. Perimeter Rd. (716) 354-5401 Nic-L-Inn 12045 Bone Run Rd. (716) 354-5011


Onoville General Store 741 W. Perimeter Rd. (716) 354-9255

Hughes Hotel 129 Main St. (716) 938-6308



Capozzi’s Pizzeria 21 Jamestown St. (716) 532-3113 China King 2 S. Water St. (716) 532-0482 Jamestown Street Tavern 27 Jamestown St. (716) 532-2088 LaVia Pizzeria 39 Jamestown St. (716) 532-3637 McDonald’s 325 Buffalo St. (716) 532-2179 Olympia Family Restaurant 2 Jamestown St. (716) 532-5303 Red’s Dogs & Cones 17 East Main St. (716) 532-4390 Tim Horton’s 65 Buffalo St. (716) 532-3133 Wicked Glen 29 S. Water St. (716) 532-9776

Great Valley

King’s Market 5048 Rt. 219 (716) 945-1426


Crosby’s Dairy 3515 Rt. 16 (716) 372-5407 JD’s Smokin’ Grille and Bar 4269 Rt. 16 (716) 557-2317

Kill Buck

Langworthy’s Restaurant 6661 Rt. 417 (716) 945-9864 Pyramid Inn, Inc. Rt. 417 & Hardscrabble Rd. (716) 945-4722


CJK’s Leon Grill Rt. 62 (716) 296-5505


Cow Palace 72 Hillside Drive (716) 925-7015 Raffael’s Café 686 Main St. (716) 925-8903 Tasta Pizza Express Bailey Drive (716) 301-0477 The Hemlocks 1030 Rt. 219 (716) 698-0269 Western Steer Mini Mart 5903 Bailey Drive (716) 301-0476

Little Valley

Brooks Market 213 Main St. (716) 938-6720 Crosby’s Dairyland 105 Rock City St. (716) 938-9149



Lil’s Deli 9682 Main St. (716) 353-4607


3rd Base Bar & Grill 1302 West State St. (716) 372-8779 99 Cent Cafe Olean Center Mall A & J’s Subs, Pizza and Grill 1103 W. State St. (716) 373-SUBS (7827) Angee’s Restaurant 475 N. Union St. (716) 373-7070 Attard’s Restaurant 184 N. Union St. (716) 373-7736 Beef ‘N Barrel Inc. 146 N. Union St. (716) 372-2985 Brooklyn Bakery 111 N. 14th Street (716) 372-1800 Brothers Bistro 188 N. Union St. 716-379-8656 Burger King 3007 Rt. 417 (716) 372-2329 484 N. Union St. (716) 372-8811 Century Manor Grille House & Suites 401 E. State St. (716) 372-1864 The Chuckwagon Family Restaurant 2457 N. Union St. Ext., Rt. 16 (716) 372-0464 Cojones Cantina 206 W. State St. (716) 307-4599 Domino’s Pizza 2626 Rt. 417 (716) 373-4210 Dunkin’ Donuts 3242 Rt. 417 (716) 372-1281 855 E. State St. (716) 373-6213 El Mariachi Mexican Restaurant 315 N. Union Street (716) 373-1212 Friendly’s Restaurant 2502 W. State St. (716) 372-2227 Great Wall Chinese Restaurant 700 W. State St. (716) 373-4105 Green Acres Café 133 N. Union St. (716) 373-5670 Ho-Sta-Geh 589 Ho-Sta-Geh Road (716) 372-0123 Jak’s Burger Shak 720 Wayne St. (716) 373-7425 Jordan’s Restaurant 800 Wayne St. (716) 372-5667

Jumbo’s Eastside 1695 Olean/Portville Rd. (716) 379-8109 KFC/Taco Bell 913 W. State St. (716) 372-4930 Lakeview Chinese Restaurant 3110 W. State St. (716) 373-0100 McDonald’s 2510 W. State St. (716) 373-7446 Mickey’s Restaurant 629 E. State St. (716) 372-3467 Mio Gelato e Café 2703 W. State St. (716) 372-6333 Napoli’s Pizza 683 E. State St. (716) 373-4277 Oleander Bar & Grill 833 E. State St. (716) 376-5146 On The Side Sub Shop 2411/2 N. Union St. (716) 372-3378 Park & Shop Front & Main St. (716) 372-0870 W. State St & 13th St. (716) 372-4037 Perkins Family Restaurant 2728 W. State St. (716) 373-3610 Pit Stop 1615 W. State St. (716) 372-3300 Pizza Hut WingStreet 610 N. Union St. (716) 373-7488 Ponderosa Steakhouse 2727 W. State St. (716) 373-5535 Renna’s Pizza Olean Center Mall (716) 372-8145 Ried’s Food Barn 111 E. Green St. (716) 373-2010 Robbins Nest 840 S. Union St. (716) 372-2006 Scooter’s of Olean 313 Main St. (716) 373-5600 Skinny’s 501 W. State St. (716) 372-1097 Subway 502 N. Union St. (716) 379-8288 1869 Plaza Dr. (716) 379-8278 2232 W. State St. (716) 372-1415 Olean Center Mall (716) 372-6100 Talty’s Irish Pub 575 N. Union St. (716)372-2800 Tasta Pizza 1521 W. State St. (716) 373-2393 Tim Hortons 3012 NYS 417 W. (716) 373-3280 501 N. Union St. (716) 372-1801

Top’s Friendly Markets 2401 W. State St. (716) 373-1021 Wendy’s 447 N. Union St. (716) 372-5400


The Store and More 9111 Main St. (716) 257-5707


Moe’s Dog House 12130 Versailles/Silver Creek Rd. (716) 532-6637 The Spoon Saloon 11849 Rt. 39 (716) 241-7140


Fox’s Pizza 20 S. Main St. (716) 933-2300 Foxy Freeze 1257 Olean/Portville Rd. (716) 373-5320 Ice Cream Island 60 S. Main St. (716) 933-0999 Jan’s Restaurant 65 S. Main St. (716) 933-7340 Park & Shop S. Main St. (716) 933-8412 PizzaLand 1018 Portville/Olean Rd. (716) 933-6770 Red & Trudy’s Restaurant 501 S. Main St. (716) 933-8982 Sprague’s Maple Farms 1048 Rt. 305 (716) 933-6637 or 800-446-2753 Subway 2 S. Main St. (716) 933-7827


Arrowmart 2 Jamestown St. (716) 358-5512 Jumbroni’s Pizza and Arcade 4 Jamestown Street (716) 358-2225 McMurdy’s Family Diner 143 Main St. (716) 358-4429 R & M Restaurant 265 Main St. (716) 358-5141 Sluga’s Bar & Grill 10933 Mace Rd. (716) 358-3326 Tops Market Main St. Plaza (716) 358-6577 Vern’s Place 10 Jamestown St. (716) 358-5166


Burger King 881 Broad St. (716) 945-0061 Cloud & Company 636 Wildwood Ave. (716) 945-1234 Coach Inn 5125 Rt. 353 (716) 938-6344

Crist Restaurant 189 Central Ave. (716) 945-4500 Dunkin’ Donuts 721 Broad St. (716) 945-3515 Full Belly Deli 704 Broad St. (716) 945-2883 Great Wall Chinese Restaurant 81-83 Main St. (716) 945-4351 Historic Dudley 132 Main St. (716) 945-2002 McDonald’s 735 Broad St. (716) 945-2305 Myers Steakhouse & Inn 460 Wildwood Ave. (716) 945-3153 Napoli Pizza 219 Broad St. (716) 945-1000 Ole Hickory Tavern, Irish Pub & Grill 56 Hickory St. (716) 945-4544 Parkview Supermarket 545 Broad St. (716) 945-1226 Plaza Restaurant 689 Broad St. (716) 945-9859 The Park Restaurant ASP Administration Building 2373 ASP Rt. 1 (716) 354-2030 or 354-9163 Patria Seneca Allegany Casino 1-877-8-SENECA Seneca Cafe Seneca Allegany Casino 1-877-8-SENECA Seven Dragon Buffet Chinese Restaurant 183 Center St. (716) 945-7777 Subway 195 Center St. (716) 945-6911 Thrush’s Diner 100 Main St. (716) 945-2575 Thunder Mountain Buffet Seneca Allegany Casino 1-877-8-SENECA Tim Horton’s 567 Broad St. (716) 945-5073 Tony’s Drive-In 525 Broad St. (716) 945-8796 Vittlesticks Cafe 54 Maple St., (716) 945-4525 Western Door Seneca Allegany Casino 1-877-8-SENECA Wildwood Grill & Saloon 53 Wildwood Ave. (716) 244-6886

South Dayton

Capozzis.....Too! 215A Pine St. (716) 988-3131 Charlie & Debbie’s 10 Pine St. (716) 988-7700 Karen’s Kitchen 217 Pine St. (716) 988-3500

The Mustardseed Café 315 Pine St. (716) 988-3800 Racer’s Restaurant 8403 Rt. 62 (716) 988-3301 South Dayton Supermarket 303 Pine St. (716) 988-3871 Zollinger’s Restaurant 203 Pine St. (716) 988-5008


Hide-A-Way 2597 Rt. 394 Exit 17, I-86 (716) 354-6995

West Valley

Costa’s West Valley Hotel 9308 Rt. 240 (716) 942-3479


Addies Custard 12231C Rt. 16 (716) 492-5066 Burger King 12213 Olean Rd., Rt. 16 (716) 496-5733 Chanderson’s Steak & Seafood 11851 Rt. 16 (716) 492-1331 Pizza Hut Ames Plaza, Rt. 16 (716) 492-1600 Weber City Deli Rt. 16 & 39 (716) 492-5442

Agri-Tourism Alpacas

A Slice of Heaven Alpacas 11444 Pope Road, Randolph (716) 358-5242 Bradley Alpaca Ranch & Gifts 4512 Bear Hollow Rd., Great Valley (716) 945-5880 Cardinal Acre Alpacas 9759 Manley Hill Rd., Little Valley (716) 307-4582 Eagles Nest Alpacas 2732 Eagles Nest Rd., Delevan (716) 492-5304 Edgewood Farm Alpacas 1232 Four Mile Rd., Allegany (716) 373-4529 Elderberry Farm Alpacas 3707 Carey Hollow Rd., Allegany (716) 307-0101 Elm Creek Alpacas 4663 Elm Creek Rd., Randolph (716) 358-6045 Hy-Haven Farms 516 Johnson Hollow Rd., Cuba (716) 968-1590 LadySong Farm, Inc. 2473 Bunker Hill Rd., Randolph (716) 393-9740 Lakeview Farm Alpacas 1173 Rt. 16, Olean (716) 372-1532 Mager Mountain Alpacas 69 Mountain View Dr., Little Valley (716) 938-9077 MountainView Alpaca Farm of Ellicottville 7197 Bibbs Rd., Ellicottville (716) 699-4088

Never Ending Alpaca Farm 1285 Lillibridge Rd., Portville (716) 933-8561 Sugartown Farms 6277 Sugartown Rd., Ellicottville (716) 699-2902


Blueberry Hill Farm & Greenhouse 10016 Allegany Rd., South Dayton (716) 532-2920 Blueberry Meadows 1414 Rowe Ave., Westons Mills (716) 373-2865 Burdick Blueberries, Inc. 8267 Thompson Rd., East Otto (716) 257-9760 or 1-800-642-4245 Camp’s Blueberries 67 Larkin St., Randolph (716) 358-6422 Childs Blueberries 3172 Cooper Hill Rd., Humphrey (716) 557-2334 or 557-2529 Pepper’s Blueberries 3290 Bear Creek Rd., Franklinville (716) 307-0903 or 307-5985

Farm Tours

Maple Ridge Bison Ranch 4789 Gile Hollow, Hinsdale (716) 640-2886 (by appt) Wild Geese Farm 8499 Agett Rd., Franklinville (716) 244-0290 (by appt)

Garden Centers

Elton Greenhouse 2119 Elton Rd., Delevan (716) 353-8735 Fox Valley Greenhouse 5790 Fox Valley Rd., West Valley (716) 942-3710 Garden Gate Greenhouse 11649 W. Perrysburg, Rd., Perrysburg (716) 532-6282 Gardens in Thyme 5177 Baker Road, Salamanca (716) 938-6360 On The Rocks 9403 Utley Rd., East Otto (716) 257-9501 Pleasant Valley Greenhouse 2871 Rt. 16 N., Olean (716) 373-2929 Stayer’s Greenhouse 4340 Rt. 417, Allegany (716) 379-8170 Weber’s Lil’ More To Do Greenhouse 4875 Humphrey Rd., Great Valley (716) 945-4008 Will’s Greenhouse 9527 Main St., Machias (716) 353-4631

Maple Products

Bigham Maple Farm 2284 Peavy Rd., Franklinville (716) 676-3303 Briggs Hill Farm 4420 Briggs Rd., Little Valley (716) 938-6375 Boburg’s Maple Syrup 2298 Edmunds Rd., Delevan (716) 492-3789 Church’s Maple Products 8383 East Otto Rd., East Otto (716) 257-9253 Durow Farm 11350 Archer Hill Rd., Randolph (716) 358-4772

Fetzer’s Tree Farm 1578 Raub Rd., Franklinville (716) 676-5783 Gage’s Maple Syrup 9214 Cottage Rd., South Dayton (716) 988-3414 Maple Glen Sugar House 2266 Gowanda/Zoar Rd., Gowanda (716) 532-5483 or 888-4R-Syrup Maple Ridge Farm 6692 Rt. 16 S., Franklinville (716) 676-3928 Marivale Farms Maple Products 7669 Maynard Rd., East Otto (716) 257-3728 Mighells Brothers 2550 Vollentine Rd., Randolph (716) 358-5414 Moore’s Sugar Shack & Pancake House 10437 Galen Hill Rd., Freedom (716) 492-3067 Sprague’s Maple Farms 1048 Rt. 305, Portville (716) 933-6637 or 800-446-2753 Steffenhagen’s Maple Syrup 8907 Rt. 16, Machias (716) 353-8318 Wright Farms, Inc. 9053 Laidlaw Rd., Franklinville

Seasonal Produce

Burton’s Farm Market 1628 Olean/Portville Rd., Olean (716) 372-2812 Canticle Farm, Inc. 3835 S. Nine Mile, Allegany (716) 373-0200 x 3358 Frenz’s Fresh Produce 4924 Rt. 353, Salamanca Great Valley Berry Patch 5608 Humphrey Rd., Great Valley (716) 945-5221 Hall’s Produce 5118 Rt. 219, Great Valley (716) 945-4429 Hewitt’s Farm Fresh Produce 10168 Broadway Rd., Gowanda (716) 532-4654 Hickory Haven 12350 Rt. 322, South Dayton J.R.’s Produce 9209 Rt. 62, Gowanda (716) 532-0114 Miller’s Farm Market 1685 Rt. 417, Olean (716) 372-2521 Native Offerings Farm 8501 Maples Rd., Little Valley (716) 257-3006 Peaches ‘n Cream 19 Main St., Randolph (716) 358-2241 Pumpkinville 4844 Sugartown Rd., Great Valley (716) 699-2205 Schindlbeck Farms 7906 Kingsbury Hill Rd. Franklinville (716) 676-9181 Schultz’s Farm Stand 5446 Burleson Rd., Great Valley (716) 945-4583 Wild Acres Farm 5963 Rt. 98, Great Valley (716) 945-4649

Wilean Farms 9017 East Otto/Springville Rd., East Otto (716) 257-3722


Julie’s Flower Box 9522 Utley Rd., East Otto (716) 257-3872 Newcomb’s Christmas Trees 10659 W. Perrysburg Rd., Perrysburg (716) 532-3498 Over the Hill Tree Farm 9512 Coon Rd., Dayton (716) 532-5236 Pine Top Plantation 8508 Cottage Rd., South Dayton (716) 988-5050

The Copper Stop 9940 Leon Rd. (716) 257-3935 Corner Drug Store 1 Washington St. (716) 257-3741 Countryside Flowers 51 South St. (716) 257-3901 Hand Dyed Fabrics by Lori 9868 Leon Road (716) 257-5671 Heavenly Treasures 16 Washington St. (716) 257-9504 Murphy’s Wine and Gourmet 18 Main Street (716) 257-9215 Mystic Hill Olde Barn Gift Shop 7840 Mosher Hollow Rd. (716) 257-3010 Natures Pathways 6631 Rt. 353 (716) 257-3945

Other Agri-Tourism Businesses

Conewango Valley


Dixieland Tree Farm 12189 Versailles/Silver Creek Rd. Perrysburg (716) 532-3090 Forevergreens 11398 Bolton Rd., Yorkshire (716) 560-8004 Johnson’s Santa’s Forest., Inc. 1597 East Hill Rd., Franklinville (716) 676-3322

Ag Pride Inc. 4059 Rt. 98 S., Franklinville (716) 676-3579 Aunt Mable’s Honey 8483 Rt. 353, Gowanda (716) 257-3246 Country Honey 7590 Maples Rd., Mansfield (716) 699-4145 Cummins Cider Mill 159 Portville/Ceres Rd., Portville (716) 933-8890 Eco-Valley Farm, Organic Angus 3944 Wing Hollow Rd., Allegany (716) 372-3023 Howard’s Dairy Farm 6692 Rt. 16, Franklinville (716) 676-3928 Inkley’s Angus Hill Farm 12400 W. Main St., Randolph (716) 358-6817 Rainbow’s End Herbs 10084 Hooker Hill Rd., Perrysburg (716) 532-6022 Sojourner Farm 943 E. Windfall Rd., Olean (716) 372-4255 Sprague’s Turkey Farms 51 Maple Ave., Portville (716) 933-8505 Valleyview Cheese Co. 6028 Rt. 62, Conewango Valley (716) 296-5821

Wineries Winery of Ellicottville 14 Monroe St. (716) 699-1055

Specialty Shops/Gifts Allegany

Nature’s Remedy Herb & Nutrition Center 120 W. Main St. (716) 372-6398 Studio 4 East 103 W. Main St. (716) 373-4555 or 800-541-8669

Six Baer’s Gift Shoppe 11829 Youngs Road (716) 397-2897 new-york-gift-shoppe

East Otto

WoodSwork 8253 Safford Rd. (716) 257-9642


Alexandra 10 Washington St. (716) 699-5621 Apres 23 Washington St. (716) 699-8843 A Touch of Ellicottville 34 Washington Street (716) 699-5385 Betsy’s Consignments 34 W. Washington St. (716) 699-6131 Bruce Candles of Ellicottville 12 Monroe St. (716) 699-6077 Cameleon 31 Washington St. (716) 699-5055 Daff 17 Washington St. (716) 699-2293 Earth Arts 24 Washington St. (716) 699-2169 Ellicottville Quilt Shop 19 Jefferson St. (716) 699-2065 Gado-Gado 26 Monroe St. (716) 699-2128 Holiday Gift Shoppe 13 Washington St. (716) 699-4620 Kazoo II 21 Washington St. (716) 699-4484


Nature’s Remedy Natural Health Center 26 Monroe St. (716) 699-4372 The Purple Doorknob 9 Monroe St. (716) 699-2084 Rustic Blues 39 Mill St. (716) 699-1007 Tangled Twigs 1 Monroe St. (716) 699-2736 Watson’s Chocolates 27 Washington St. (716) 699-2805


Bartholomew’s Pharmacy 2 Elm St. (716) 676-3350 E Street Junction 14 Elm St. (716) 445-1448 The Wood Shop, Ltd. (716) 676-3414 (by apt)

Great Valley

Di’s Pies & Bake Shop at Pumpkinville 4844 Sugartown Rd. (716) 699-2994 Helen’s Treasure Trove 4343 South Whalen Road (716) 244-6878 Rose Garden 4721 Rt. 219 (716) 945-7024


Amish Collections 24 W. Main St. (716) 241-7300 Cards and More 22 W. Main St. (716) 532-3222 Hager’s Flowers & Gifts 25 W. Main St. (716) 532-4242 or 877-242-4377 Heaven Scent/Copy Central 18 Jamestown St. (716) 532-5852 Jesse’s Toy Box 53 W. Main St. (716) 532-3196

Little Valley

DiVine Occasions 100 Main St. (716) 938-9351 Hog-Shed Studio Pottery 8420 Otto Maples Rd. (716) 257-9549 Schubert Enterprises 5111 Rt. 353 (716) 938-9034 The So-Soft Gift Shop 69 Mountainview Drive (716) 938-9077 www.MagerMountain Vail Hardware & Gift Shop 104 Main St. (716) 938-6681


Enchanted Herb Gardens 9294 Rt. 16 (716) 353-8313 Wind Swept Primitives 9681 Main St.


Cindy’s CRAFT Co-op Olean Center Mall (716) 372-1398 Cutco Ka-Bar Visitors Center 1040 E. State St. (716) 790-7000 Enchanted Mountain Quilting 324 W. State St. (716) 372-2327 www.Enchanted Season’s Bookstore 400 N. Union St. (716) 373-0007 Trolley Town Toys & Hobbies 122 N. Union St., Olean (716) 373-TOYS (8697) Worth W. Smith Extreme 840 E. State St. (716) 372-1902 Worth W. Smith Surplus 1624 W. State St. (716) 372-6400


129 Main Street 129 Main St. (716) 358-5758 Betsey’s Country Shop 12 Jamestown St. (716) 358-9704 Forget-Me-Not Flowers & Gifts 127 Main St. (716) 358-5203 Hot Papa’s Fiery Flavors 44 Weeden Rd. (716) 358-4688 Inkley’s Pharmacy & Gift Shop 113 Main St. (716) 358-3201 Old Thyme Mercantile 4530 Windmill Rd. (716) 358-3768 The Pickle Barrel 133 Main St. (716) 358-2087 Randolph Retail Co. 127 Main St. (716) 358-5758 Simply Natural Alpaca Gift Shoppe 11444 Pope Rd. (716) 358-5242


Creative Country Expressions 408 Fair Oak St. (716) 945-3207 Hampshire Mills 890 Broad St., Exit 20, Rt. 17/I86 (716) 945-3100 Swan Street Florist 16 Swan St. (716) 945-3516 Worth W. Smith Salamanca Mall (716) 945-7771

South Dayton

Bob Astry Hardware, The Country Store 122 Oak St. (716) 988-3633

The Flower Shop/ Herbal Expressions 316 Pine St. (716) 988-3550 Valley Hardware & Gift Center 524 Pine St. (716) 988-3304

West Valley

Real Stuff Gallery & Gifts 10155 Rt. 219 (716) 592-0552 Rock Springs Station 10733 Rock Springs Rd. (716) 592-0096


About Time Clock Shop 5059 Rt. 98, Great Valley (716) 699-2036 Antiques & Interiors 5034 Rt. 219, Great Valley (716) 945-6737 Austin Antiques 89 Lincoln Ave., Salamanca (716) 945-5745 The Bargain Bowl 106 Rock City St., Little Valley (716) 244-7213 The Birdwalk Restaurant & Antique Shop 5816 Rt. 242 East, Ellicottville (716) 699-2749 The Co-op Yesterday & Today 12239 Olean Rd., Rt. 16 Yorkshire (716) 496-5459 Country Gentleman Antiques 1562 Olean-Portville Rd., Olean (716) 373-2410 www.CountryGentleman Ellicottville Country Store & Antiques 5364 Rt. 242 East, Ellicottville (716) 699-6100 Granny’s Boot Antiques 10761 Rt. 219, Springville (716) 592-2921 www.GrannysBoot

Green Gable Village 4343 South Whalen Rd. Great Valley (716) 945-3600 Heart of Franklinville 28 N. Main St. (716) 676-5167 Jack of All Trades 9395 Rt. 16, Machias (716) 771-6601 Portville Books and Collectibles 36 S. Main St., Portville (716) 474-7741 Red Brick Mercantile 24 N. Main St., Franklinville (716) 676-5167 Salamanca Mall Antiques 100 Main St., Salamanca (716) 945-5532 or 1-800-410-0273 www.SalamancaMall Ye Olde Apothecary & Vintage Market 12 S. Main St., Portville (716) 378-7053

Day Spas Anew Beginning Massage and Spa 9 Monroe St., Ellicottville (716) 699-2508 Bending Willow Center for Massage Therapy & Health 80 N. 4th St., Allegany (716) 307-0377 Ellicottville Oasis Day Spa 23 Jefferson St., Ellicottville (716) 699-8996 Falling Waters Spa at Holiday Valley 6447 Holiday Valley Rd. Ellicottville (716) 677-9700 www.SpaAtFallingWaters. com/FallingWaters/ L’image Salon & Spa 9 E. Main St., Allegany (716) 373-6414

Senn-sations 150 Main St., Randolph (716) 358-2265 Spa and Salon at Seneca Allegany Casino 777 Seneca Allegany Blvd. Salamanca (716) 244-5169 spa-salon

Rental Properties/ Realtors

Amish Tour Guide Services

Chamberlain Home Realty 220 W. State St., Olean (716) 373-7325 www.ChamberlainHome

Pat Bromley (716) 296-5709 Fred Milliman (716) 358-3236 Tonia McAllister (716) 358-9701 ext. 208 Sandy Prior (716) 296-5236

Chambers of Commerce Arcade Area Chamber of Commerce (585) 492-2114 Ellicottville Chamber of Commerce (800) 349-9099 or (716) 699-5046 Franklinville Area Chamber of Commerce (716) 676-5013 Gowanda Area Chamber of Commerce 716-532-2834 Greater Olean Area Chamber of Commerce (716) 372-4433 Randolph Area Community Development 716-358-9701 x 208 Salamanca Area Chamber of Commerce (716) 945-2034

A Plus Real Estate 28 Park Square, Franklinville (716) 676-2500 Buncy Realty 3081 Rt. 39, Yorkshire (716) 496-5661

Ellicottville Real Estate 22 Washington St. Ellicottville (716) 699-6748 www.EllicottvilleReal ERA Vacation Properties 12 Washington St. Ellicottville (716) 699-4800 or 1-800-680-0863 HoliMont Realty 6921 Rt. 242, Ellicottville (716) 699-2826 Jones Realty Group 202 Main St., Olean (716) 372-2234 Pepper and Crandall Co. 401 W. State St., Olean (716) 372-7100 Randy Pepper Realty 34 S. Main St., Portville (716) 933-7777 Red Door Realty 732 Front St., Olean (716) 373-8059 SnowPine Village PO Box 958, Ellicottville (716) 699-2912



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Reservations Suggested

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2013 Travel Guide for Cattaraugus County, the Enchanted Mountains of Western New York  
2013 Travel Guide for Cattaraugus County, the Enchanted Mountains of Western New York  

2013 Travel Guide for Cattaraugus County, the Enchanted Mountains of Western New York