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Entertainment & Attractions

Sky Flyer Mountain Coaster 

This is a gravity-powered, downhill coaster at Holiday Valley Resort.  Ride solo or with a friend down the coolest adrenaline rush that can be found around!

Here are some Sky Flyer Mountain Coaster stats:

  • Uphill track 1865 feet long
  • Vertical rise is 283 feet
  • Downhill track consists of 15 curves of varying length, 12 waves, 1 jump, plus a large circle / spiral.
  • The down hill has a maximum track grade of 23.6% and is 2,940 feet in length.
  • The overall ride is 4,805 feet long and takes about 6 minutes.

Read more information about the Sky Flyer Mountain Coaster at Holiday Valley Resort.

Sky High Adventure Park

The largest in New York State and 3rd largest in the US, Sky High Aerial Park is a series of platforms, obstacles, bridges and ziplines built in a 5 acre section of the woods and the challenge is to navigate through all the platforms of a course. There are 13 courses with varying levels of difficulty. 

At Sky High everyone wears a harness with a special locking lanyard that safeguards you from falling if you slip or let go. Children must be at least 7 years old, and all guests must be able to perform certain physical tasks to participate. There is a weight limit of 265 pounds and climbers must be able to perform certain physical tasks. Please dress appropriately with closed toe shoes like sneakers or hiking shoes and bring rain gear if the weather looks questionable. For your safety and comfort, please tie long hair back and do not wear dangling jewelry. Tickets are for 3 hours and most climbers can complete 3 or 4 courses during that time. 

Start planning your adventure today!

Griffis Sculpture Park

Griffis Sculpture Park

Just like an opening of a flower, the fields of Griffis Sculpture Park appear to come alive at the sight of Spring.  At Griffis Sculpture Park, where nature combines with art, visitors hike along the trail in the woods to then come upon enormous sculptures in the fields.  Adults like the park because it has beauty like no other, while children like the park because you can climb on some of the sculptures!  Fun to visit in any season, visitors enjoy seeing a giant giraffe, to a submarine or the Amazonian ladies near the lake.  Fall invites visitors to see the sculptures bask in the golden sun, the steel seemingly brightened by the color surrounding them.  Venture through the woods to find hidden sculptures or view the countryside from the top of the "Castle". 

Open May 1st through October 31st, the park welcomes visitors from dawn to dusk and features over 250 large scale sculptures.  Split in two sections, Rohr Hill Road Site and Mill Valley Road Site, both are equally interactive, and can be explored separately or with the connecting trails through the woods.  The park has been opened since the early 60's and holds the distinction of being one of America's largest and oldest sculpture parks. 

Experiences

Cotton candy, fried food, rides, animal shows, and live entertainment, are all available at the Cattauragus County Fair.

Go on a simulated space mission to Mars, a Comet, or Earth at the Challenger Learning Center.

Venture on an unguided walk through the trails at Griffis Sculpture Park as they are illuminated with colorful and theatrical lighting, creating a truly unique experie

Go back in time and watch a movie on one of the large screens outside.

Randolph's Country Christmas 2023

Randolph’s Country Christmas is an annual event that takes place during the first full weekend of December. Starting off the day is Randolph Holiday Arts & Crafts Show.

Looking for a great opportunity to pick up the perfect one of a kind gift for the holidays?  Randolph Central School is excited to announce the annual RCS Arts and Crafts Show will take place at the High and Elementary School GYMS of Randolph Central School District on Saturday, December 2nd from 10am until 4pm. Browse the vendors along with a concession stand and bake sale.