The Newest Way to Experience Camping at Allegany State Park!

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The new UPSCALE cottages are available for rent starting RIGHT NOW!  Allegany State Park has recently added "full-service" cottages which include all you could need to enjoy the Park, but not necessarily be "roughing" it.  The high-end cabins include bathrooms with shower facilities, a kitchen, a dining room, bedrooms and heat!   Perfect for your getaway, no matter what the season! 

The Parallel trail was completed over the summer after the older cabins were demolished.  14 cabins were constructed and the cabin trail is located on the Quaker Area side of the Park.  Winter activities here include snowmobile trails, ice fishing, and hiking. 

The Bova trail was completed just recently and 15 new upscale cabins were added to the Red House Area side of the Park.  Winter activities here include snowmobile trails, the Art Roscoe Cross Country Ski Trail System (largest in WNY), ice fishing, hiking, gift shop and Museum! 

Either side of the park is just a short scenic distance from each other!  The views and scenery in both are absolutely beautiful.  To get you better acquainted with these new cottages, Allegany State Park is offering a free night for those who reserve between now and March 31st, 2015! 

Here are the details:

The New cottages in Allegany State Park at Parallel and Bova are open! Come and experience Allegany in a whole new way. Take advantage of the “Spend a Night on Us” Booking offer on the Parallel and Bova Cottages*

Book three or more nights and get one night free starting January 12, 2015 through March 31, 2015. The free night will be refunded to you after your completed stay. Existing reservations during this time period are ineligible for offer.

Reservations can be made by calling 1-800-456-2267 (CAMP) or via the web at *for offer information and details contact Allegany State Park (Red House Area 716-354-9121 – Quaker Area 716-354-2182) Offer not valid for Fancher Cottages.

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