Blushing Station

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A shabby chic boutique with a rustic twist, nestled in the village of Little Valley! Many locally-made, unique craft items available in the boutique.

Also featuring hair and makeup services.

Offering Free Community Movie Nights! Check out Blushing Station on Facebook for more information.

New York State  Pat Mcgee trail is located right behind Blushing Station. The shop is the middle point of the 12.1-mile   trail. The Mcgee trail is an outdoor-lover's dream, open for use year-round and available to those interested in mountain biking, walking, horseback riding, cross country skiing, and snowmobiling.

Across from Blushing Station is the community recreational park which has pavilions and picnic tables.


You can contact owner, Andrea Pincoski, at blushingstation [at] gmail [dot] com or (716) 801-6585.

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303 Main Street
Little Valley, NY 14755
United States
Phone: 716-801-6585
42° 15' 0.7164" N, 78° 47' 44.6748" W

General Information

  • Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
  • Parking: Yes
  • RV Parking: No
  • Bus Parking: Yes
  • Pets Allowed: No
  • Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
  • Internet Access: Unknown
  • Conference / Meeting / Banquet: No
  • Playground: Unknown
  • Indoor Pool: No
  • Outdoor Pool: No
  • Swimming: None
  • Boat Launch or Dock: No
  • Fishing Access: None
  • Equestrian Trail Access: Yes
  • Bicycle Trail Access: Yes
  • Hiking Trail Access: Yes
  • Mountain Biking Trail Access: Yes
  • Snowmobile Trail Access: Yes

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