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This section of the New York Visitors Network focuses on the Chautauqua-Allegheny, located in the southwesternmost corner of New York state. This area has been a vacation tradition for generations of families. The region is comprised of Chautauqua, Cattaraugus and Allegany counties. You'll find natural beauty blended with a variety of unique cultural attractions throughout the region, no matter the season.

From the famed Chautauqua Institution to Allegany State Park, New York's largest state park, there's something for everyone in the Chautauqua-Allegheny Region of NY.
And, whether you're visiting for the first time or returning for another memorable visit, there's always something new to delight you here.

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Getaway to Chautauqua County in western New York State and explore all the different flavors. Visit picturesque lakeside and Victorian villages with a variety of boutique shops and cafes. Vast lakes and unmatched natural beauty make Chautauqua County perfect for a week or weekend of relaxation and enjoyment in any season. Midway Park, Lucy-Desi Museum, the Chautauqua Institution, Panama Rocks, the 1891 Fredonia Opera House are all places you'll want to see. Start your own Chautauqua Tradition today!

The Seneca Indian Nation, a branch of the Iroquois, has a proud history which is on view at the Seneca-Iroquois National Museum. Allegany State Park, New York's largest state park, lies along the southern border of the county. It attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors each year who come to camp, to enjoy the woods, hiking trails, swim in the two lakes, fish in the streams, ponds and lakes, snowmobile, cross-country ski, hunt, ride horses and just take in the bountiful beauty of nature. Adjoining the state park is the Allegheny Reservoir which features the Onoville Marina Park.

In the early 1800's when much of New York was already settled, most of the area was a wilderness, inhabited by Native Americans. This slow development is still apparent in the abundance of charming Victorian villages and towns. Historic districts in Alfred, Angelica and Cuba showcase a variety of architectural styles that have emerged over the years. Neighborhoods and small museums dotting the country-side preserve the past. The many public libraries and historical societies are a rich and abundant resource for those wishing to delve into regional history or genealogy. In addition, there are landmark structures and points of interest to please even those with the most discriminating tastes.


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