Home » Places Scoby Dam and Route 219 Scoby Dam is most commonly known because of its trail and of course the dam but it is also has a lot of geological elements that have built the area. The bedrock surrounding the Scoby Dam area was formed during the Devonian time period and is mostly fissile shale and siltstone. The soil in area is made up of very fine grained clay that is prone to landslides. Any clearing of vegetation also makes landslides more probable. The landslides have caused damage to the area and have affected the construction of Route 219 and the major bridge(s) over Cattaraugus Creek. There is a cave that you can barely see that you have to climb up in order to actually get a good look. It is said that you shouldn’t go in it because it is really small may exist due to fractured and unstable shale layers. Information compiled by Dakota Chinchen and Courtney Geis 5/31/2012 for the Cattaraugus County Geology Trail Pictures The Scoby Dam Cave located within a wall of shale along the banks of the Cattaraugus Creek. A bank along Cattaraugus Creek. The black tarp is used to hold up the bank. Map of Study Area Visit the site below to see the location of our study area: http://www.zeemaps.com/pub?group=368348&x=-798.700390&y=42.483377&z=0 Scoby Dam NY United States 42° 29' 0.1572" N, 78° 42' 1.404" W General Information Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown Parking: Unknown RV Parking: Unknown Bus Parking: Unknown Pets Allowed: Unknown Accepts Credit Cards: Unknown Internet Access: Unknown Conference / Meeting / Banquet: Unknown Playground: Unknown Indoor Pool: Unknown Outdoor Pool: Unknown Swimming: Boat Launch or Dock: Fishing Access: Equestrian Trail Access: Unknown Bicycle Trail Access: Unknown Hiking Trail Access: Unknown Mountain Biking Trail Access: Unknown Snowmobile Trail Access: Unknown Please note Please note that this information may change and may be incorrect Scoby Dam and Route 219 is categorized in Autumn Spring Summer Adventure Fishing Hiking geology Printer-friendly version Email this page Travel Guide 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 or request that the Enchanted Mountains guide be snail mailed to you for FREE! Related Events Friends of Good Music presents Invoke String Quartet Friends of Good Music presents Philip Edward Fisher Friends of Good Music presents Kenneth Overton Friends of Good Music presents Kenneth Overton Olean Theatre Workshop presents "Witness For the Prosecution"