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!
Ellicottville is turning 200! To celebrate their Bicentennial, the Historical Society and Museum, and local establishments have planned the following events! Follow the Historical Society on Facebook for fun facts, photos and more!
Organized by the same folks who brought you the fall EVL Halloween Half, the annual spring Happy Half is a serious race, but full of fun surprises along the way. The 13.1 mile route will start at Holiday Valley, take you through the rolling terrain of Great Valley and finish at Holiday Valley. There's also a 5K distance and 1 mile Beer Run.
These grounds are available to rent for your graduation party, anniversary party, family reunion, get-together, horse show.
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Villaggio provides relaxed Italian dining in beautiful Ellicottville, NY. They pride themselves on creating a comfortable environment for their guests so they feel like family. Villaggio's large portions and creative dishes will make you want to keep coming back for more. From house-cured meats to using local produce, they put a lot of love into every item on their menu.
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. New for 2019 - Ellicottville Coffee Company!
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!
There are approximately 1,380 residents in Leon with the Amish Community comprising about 76% of that number. The Old Order Amish settled in Leon in 1949. They do not believe in the modern conveniences. They have no electricity in their homes + travel by horse and buggy.
If you are looking for someplace interesting to go, try the Leon area. It is right in the heart of Amish Country.