Allegany State Park Snowmobiling

The 5th most popular snowmobile trail in New York.

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South of Buffalo and Ellicottville near Salamanca in Cattaraugus County, the 65,000 acre Allegheny State Park has 61 miles of groomed snowmobiling rolling around the surrounding hills through hardwood forests on closed forest roads and trails.

To reach the snowmobiling trailhead for the Allegany State Park Snowmobile Trails from US86, use Exit 21. Head south on Parkway Drive (Park Ave. or Route 1). There are trailheads located at 3 miles and 6 miles.

When snowmobiling the Allegany State Park, all snowmobiles must have a New York State snowmobile registration unless you are riding on your own private property.

Overall, Allegany State Park is the 5th most popular snowmobile trail of all 49 snowmobiling rides in New York. Several of the better snowmobile trails are nearby Allegany State Park including Letchworth State Park, Niagara County and Erie County.


Local Contact(s):  Allegheny State Park (716) 354-9121 or 354-9163; NY Tourism (800) CALL NYS; NY Snowmobile Association (315) 736-8187.

Best Season:  Jan. - Feb.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  Willow Bay Campground or Allegheny State Park Campgrounds (800) 456-CAMP

Luxury Loding:  Ellicottville Inn (716) 699-2373

Breakfast Restaurant:  Dina's, Ellicottville; DJ's, Ellicottville

Reference Source:  click here

Article Source:   Best Allegany State Park Snowmobiling Review

GPS:  42.1259, -78.705

Date Published:  1/2/2016

Date Updated:  8/4/2016

ID:  13539

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