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State Park

Over 14,000 acres of natural beauty including 600 miles of trails and 3 major waterfalls. In 1906 William Pryor Letchworth donated his 1,000 acre estate to New York State for park use.

His dream was to restore its natural beauty and preserve it for future generations.


Mount Morris Dam & Visitor Center

Located on the East side of Letchworth State Park the Dam offers free tours into the working dam managed by the Army Corp of Engineers. The new visitor center features information about the Dam's history, Genesee River and additional hiking trails along the East side of the gorge.


Stony Brook

State Park

A short 20 minute drive from BrickInn, Stony Brook offers hiking trails above and in the gorge along the river bed. In the summer you can cool off in their natural pool.


Genesee Valley Greenway State Park

This 90 mile open multi use trail travels along old railroad beds, canal beds and runs from Rochester, NY to Cuba, NY.

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Canadice & Hemlock


These serene and peaceful water reservoirs have uninhabited shores that provide a natural retreat for paddling, hiking, fishing and birding.


Conesus Lake &

The Finger Lakes

Conesus Lake is the Western most Finger Lake featuring water activities and two lake shore parks. The Heart of the Finger Lakes is an easy daytime road trip away.

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