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.
The weekend gets going Friday with the kickoff event for the Ellicottville Stroll the Streets. The entertainment will take place all throughout the village with music at the gazebo and so many other events taking place. This is the best way to start off the weekend of music in Ellicottville NY. There will also be a Top of the Mountain Party at Holiday Valley.
A fun-filled weekend featuring a variety of live music and entertainment, where families may bring their own picnic baskets.
The name Adventure Bound has long been known to the Ellicottville locals, and now the next generation will bring us the same attention to personalized service and merchandise quality that made the original store famous.
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.
There's a new place to stay in Ellicottville and they are located right in the heart of the Village! Stay in one of Five beautifully restored, fully furnished suites with Historic elegance. Rates can be provided for nightly, weekly, monthly or seasonal stays. Please call 716-699-4800 (ERA TeamVP) or for even more
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The Amish conduct business on Monday through Saturday. They do not conduct business on Sunday because that is their church services.
For more information on the Old Order Amish in New York please visit AmishTrail.com