The Town of Carrollton is on the south border of the Enchanted Mountains of Cattaraugus County. The town was first settled around 1822 and formed in 1842 from the Town of Great Valley. In 1877, the Village of Limestone set itself off from the town by incorporating as a village. In 2011, this community reverted to being a hamlet within the town because voters agreed to dissolve the village in 2009. Carrollton's population according to the 2000 census is 1,410. The town has a total area of 42.3 square miles and 0.02% is water. The Allegheny River flows through the town and the Southern Tier Expressway crosses the north part of the town, and US Route 219 passes north-south through the town, joining New York State Route 417 north of the Allegheny River.
Dirt road leading to water. No facilities and limited parking.
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The Largest New York State Park is Allegany State Park which is the 3rd largest in the nation with 65,000 acres (97 square miles) and lots of trails. Allegany State Park has over 35 miles of Cross Country skiing trails, 18 hiking trails and 5.6 miles of paved multi-use trails (horseback riding, snowmobiling and more) around Red House Lake area. 3 campground areas with over 375 cabins.