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Carrollton

The Town of Carrollton, New York is on the south border of the Enchanted Mountains of Cattaraugus County. 

The town was first settled around 1822 and formed in 1842 from the Town of Great Valley.  In 1877, the Village of Limestone set itself off from the town by incorporating as a village.  In 2011, this community reverted to being a hamlet within the town because voters agreed to dissolve the village in 2009.

The town has a total area of 42.3 square miles and 0.02% is water.  The Allegheny River flows through the town and the Southern Tier Expressway crosses the north part of the town, and US Route 219 passes north-south through the town, joining New York State Route 417 north of the Allegheny River.

Carrollton is home to Mystic Water Resort that offers a variety of activities and log cabins to allow you to make it a home away from home.

Learn more about Carrollton, NY.

Places in Carrollton

Full line pro shop with an emphasis on custom fitting the bow and equipment to the individual archer.
The perfect place for kids!
With over 65,000 acres, this is the largest state park in New York State and is open year 'round with a multitude of outdoor activities for every season and every taste.

Sassy's Truck Stop Diner is open 24 hours a day and 7 Days a week.

This is a GREAT place to reconnect with your family.
Kayak/Canoe launch in Carrollton onto the Allegheny River.

Experiences

Free Fishing Day in NY!

The NYS Dept of Environmental Conservation is hosting a FREE fishing day on February 17-18, June 29-30, September 28, and November 11th. There’s no fishing license required on those days for the fresh or marine waters of New York State, making it the opportune time for people of all ages to learn and enjoy the day. We especially encourage those with more experience to bring along the young people in your life to show them the value of patience, the anticipation of the bite and the exhilaration of the catch!