The Town and Village of Allegany, NY are situated along the Allegheny River among the Enchanted Mountains of Western New York.
The Village with its newly renovated downtown area has many restaurants and bars in which to relax and many stores for shopping. Within the Town there are several parks for play and many hills and forests for hiking and hunting, along with two challenging golf courses. This setting is enhanced by the presence of St. Bonaventure University, a Franciscan Institution.
The Allegheny River Valley Trail, starting near St. Bonaventure University is a great place to go for a walk, roller blade or bike. Next to Allegany, is the City of Olean which offers many of the amenities of a larger metropolitan area. In addition, the ski areas of Ellicottville, Allegany State Park and the Seneca Allegany Casino and Hotel of Salamanca are only a 20 mile drive away.
The origin of the name Allegany is uncertain. It may have come from the name of a tribe called Allegewi that lived along the Allegheny River’s banks. It may also be based on an old Native American word meaning ‘lovely’ or ‘beautiful.’
Come to visit and stay in one the many new hotels while enjoying the many things to do or see.
Learn the benefits of fermented food. In this class you will learn how to ferment Radishes. The class is $20 and space is limited. Cost includes radishes, mason jar, recipe and instruction. To sign up please email education [at] canticlefarm [dot] org.
The Allegany Engine Company's 2018 82nd Annual Old Home Week activities will occur from Tuesday, July 3rd through Saturday, July 7th. The Engine Company welcomes Powers & Thomas Midway Entertainment.
The Tri-County Arts Council periodically offers art camps for young children over summer vacation. These camps foster creativity and artistic self expression through fun and engaging classes. With targeted age ranges and small group sizes, your child will be ensured individualized attention in a safe and creative environment.
Stop in for an exciting treat! Specialty bakery that offers coffee, teas, scones, pies, cakes, cookies, cheesecakes, muffins, Danish pastries, filled croissants, brownies, bread, soup, quiche and more. Pre-orders are available for special events including weddings.
Stop in, taste and smell the goodness!
Locals love Brickhouse, and you will too! They have a large selection of burgers and sandwiches, along with pizza, wings, finger foods, and salads. Drive by early Thursday mornings in the summer to catch a wiff of their lip-smackin' chicken BBQ--started early, slow-cooked, and ready just in time for lunch!
With 10,000 square feet and room for 860 people the year-old Daniel Carter Event Center and Auction building is the second largest facility in the area to hold weddings, receptions, anniversaries or whatever, and offers a little more class than the local fire hall according to Daniel Carter.
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
request that the Enchanted Mountains guide
be snail mailed to you for FREE!
Sprague’s Maple Farm and Restaurant serves over 250,000 meals a year.