Letchworth State Park
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A little farther to travel, but well worth it with it's incredible waterfall and historical significance. Several events throughout the year (including my kid's favorite "Flint Knapper's Festival".
Welcome to Letchworth State Park, New York’s most versatile park, offering something for everyone, from the serious outdoor enthusiast to the casual picnicker, from the fine diner to the tent camper, from the relaxed sightseer to the curious history or geology buff. And don’t forget that Letchworth has the most colorful fall foliage display in the East.
Only half an hour from Rochester, this 1,000 acre park encompasses a length of the Genesee River that plunges through a gorge, over 500' deep in places, with no less than three waterfalls. There are hiking trails, picnic areas and playgrounds, swimming and boating areas. Guests and locals alike confirm that this is well worth a visit.