Ellicottville, New York is a charming little ski town in Western New York with two ski resorts, Holiday Valley and HoliMont. Historic Ellicottville isn't just for the Winter Season as it is a year-round destination with boutiques, restaurants and great shops!
Yeeehaw!! An honest-to-goodness rodeo at the home of the Nightmare Hayrides on Sommerville Street, complete with bronco bustin', bull riding, calf roping, barrel racing and stick horse racing for the kids.
Fly Fishing 101! Learn fly-fishing basics in one of our free Fly Fishing 101 classes. Perfect for beginners of all ages.
A Jazz and Blues Weekend in Ellicottville is a boutique experience. Wander through the village and choose from a variety of Jazz and Blues performance areas ranging from restaurants, bars & nightclubs and street-side July 27-29, 2018. Ellicottville has the shops and all the facilities you’d expect in an international class resort, the village is self-contained – all of the
Dom's Butcher Block specialty is fresh cut meats processed in house daily. They offer USDA Choice beef and USD certified Angus beef and USDA Prime on request. No prepackaged or frozen beef cuts to be had here! Custom cuts available.
New York style brick oven pizzeria with an open air kitchen so you can watch chefs throw dough and build pies. Pizzas are made with homemade dough and homemade sauce.
Offering several locally crafted beers to accompany their pizza: Southern Tier Brewing Company, Four Mile Brewery, and Ellicottville Brewing Company.
The Nannen Arboretum is a non-profit, volunteered based organization dedicated to providing home garden and natural resource education, test plots for research, and an opportunity for nature appreciation and leisure.
It's a full 56-page comprehensive guide, highlighting the activities and attractions in our County and it's FREE!!
View the visitor's guide online
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be snail mailed to you for FREE!
Rt. 62 is the only east-west route that connects Canada with Mexico.
With its origin at Niagara Falls and end at El Paso, Texas, parts of the road follow the Ozark Trail.
Rt. 62 begins in Cattaraugus County in the Village of Gowanda and travels south through Dayton, Leon and Conewango (through Amish country) before heading west into Chautauqua County.