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!
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR AN UNBELIEVABLE LACROSSE EXPERIENCE THIS FALL? Come to the Ellicottville Lacrosse Festival!
The 1st Ellicottville Lacrosse Festival was a huge success! The second year will be even better!
Jump on the SCARIEST HAYRIDE in Western New York. Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings only.
The Annual Fall Festival 5K Run kicks off at 9:30am on Holiday Valley Road. This fun, challenging course draws runners from several surrounding states.
A Touch of Ellicottville is "Everything Ellicottville".
You'll find the store stocked full of high end souvenirs.
Merchandise includes souvenir spoons, thimbles, lapel pins, hats, T-shirts, sweatshirts and other clothing, wall signs, mugs, jewelry, unique local pottery and more!
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
Daily 10am - 6pm
Gado-Gado is a Balinese word for an eclectic mixture of ingredients often used in reference to a salad. It is the perfect name to describe the unique clothing and giftware from around the world that is featured here.
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!
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.