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Many of the County Links on the left will keep you specifically in or near Wellsville and Allegany County here in the southwest corner
of New York. New links and listings are added so be sure to check back often.
Come, re-live history with us in Allegany County. 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 County preserve the past.
Allegany County offers unique cultural experiences, from a weekend tour of 25-30 artists' studios, to performing arts, to special exhibits and concerts. 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.
Wellsville is in a unique geographical location, at the top of the Eastern Triple Divide, the cusp of the three major watersheds in the Eastern United States. The Genesee River flows through Wellsville, north to Rochester and Lake Ontario and then on to the St. Lawrence River and the Atlantic Ocean. Just southwest of Wellsville, the Honeoye Creek flows west to the Oswayo and then the Allegheny River, then to the Ohio and the Mississippi River, eventually to the Gulf of Mexico. And just over Jericho Hill to the east of Wellsville in the Town of Andover, the water flows to the east down the Kanakadea Valley to the Canisteo River, eventually to the Susquehanna River and on to the Atlantic Ocean. The actual Triple Divide is a point, 22 miles south of Wellsville in Potter County, PA and can be found on Google Earth. There, at the exact point, a bucket of water can be dumped and the water will flow three ways, theoretically unimpeded; north, southeast and southwest.
Looking for something to do??. All of the attractions we have in New York... hiking trails, hang gliding, kayaking, ziplines, wineries, race tracks, white water rafting, museums, historical sites, gardens... you name it and here in New York you can find it!
The Finger Lakes Region of west/central New York State which encompasses 14 counties with 11 lakes, ranging in size from 11 to 40 miles with more than 650 miles of shoreline. The Finger Lakes Region is located between the triangle cities of Rochester, Syracuse and the Corning/Elmira area, the region is bordered by the Pennsylvania border to the south and Lake Ontario to the north. The larger lakes... read more...
Close to New York City, the Catskills region features legendary mountains and splendid accommodations ranging from world-famous resorts to dude ranches. Free from the maddening crowds, Catskill activities are for all seasons - antiquing, historic sites, hiking, mountain biking, fishing, hunting, canoeing, skiing, snow shoeing. Ski resorts offer entertainment year round, from art fairs to music and ethnic dance celebrations.
Romance... something many people are looking for. Now is the time to get away from everything with the one you love. Now is the time to re-focus and renew your relationship with that special someone. Now is the time to rekindle that romance that brought you together. So get away for a weekend... and we have some ideas for you here.