The lure of Letchworth State Park, the “Grand Canyon of the East” and the #1 State Park in the USA, beckons those who love the splendor of stunning vistas and waterfalls. Hiking, biking, swimming, white water rafting and hot air ballooning are just some of the activities at Letchworth. Witness the majesty of the Letchworth State Park gorge as hot air balloons soar overheadduring the Red, White & Blue Balloon Rally at the Letchworth Archery Field May 26-29 at 6AM and 6:30PM.
Agri-Palooza, a fun-filled day on the farm, will be held June 4 at Southview Farm in Castile, NY, right around the corner from beautiful Letchworth State Park.In addition to educational displays, farm tours, and children’s games and activities, Agri-Palooza visitors will have an endless variety of Wyoming County products to check out, taste and purchase including chips, cheese, milk, maple products and more!
Want tasty farm fresh produce and baked goods? Try a Saturday morning farmers’ market in Perry, or stop by the Warsaw farmers’ market on Thursday evenings. On July 8 visit the Tour de Per-RY Community Bike Ride and Perry Chalk Art Festival. Wholesome family activities are in full swing all summer at the multiplex Charcoal Corral outside Perry. Two drive-in movie theatres, pizza parlor, mini-golf, ice cream parlor, full food service and nightly entertainment provide enjoyment for all. Classic car shows are held every Thursday. Nearby Epworth Hall at Silver Lake will host performances on Thursday evenings with different performers every week. And don’t forget Shake on the Lake’s adaptation of Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet at multiple locations throughout the County – including the beautiful shores of Silver Lake!
Celebrate July 4th at Jam in the Valley at Buffalo Hill Village in Varysburg on July 6-8 with national country recording artist Toby Keith performing – followed by massive fireworks! Local firemen’s picnics and fireworks, Ring of Fire at Silver Lake, or a train ride on the Arcade and Attica Railroad round out the holiday activities. The excursion train runs weekends through the summer and its steam-powered locomotive is a hit for nostalgic passengers.
Spend a beautiful summer afternoon riding through the nature park at Hidden Valley Animal Adventure and come face to face with some of the world’s most exotic animals; an adventure not to be missed by kids of all ages. At the end of the tour, enjoy a delicious dinner of exotic wild game meats at the Lodge at Hidden Valley.
Love the outdoors and want to explore Wyoming County? Spend this spring and summer experiencing our geocaching trail – a hi-tech treasure hunt that utilizes your smart phone and sense of adventure! Each cache will require you to find a container with a secret passcode inside – with enough code words you will be rewarded with a collectible coin!
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