The Wyoming County Chamber & Tourism is pleased to announce the release of the 2017 Wyoming County Travel Guide.  This year’s travel guide features a cover photo by well-known Letchworth State Park enthusiast John Kucko, featuring the Middle and Upper Falls at Letchworth State Park. The cover shot once again beckons readers to visit the “Grand Canyon of the East” and all that Wyoming County has to offer.

A total of 85,000 copies have been printed for use this year, and will be distributed to information centers and rest stops across New York, the Northeastern United States and Eastern Canada. The layout of the guide is similar to last year with a detailed pull-out map of Letchworth State Park featuring hiking trails, overlook stops, and more. The travel guide is also linked to the Wyoming County Tourism website www.gowyomingcountyny.com which features an interactive and fully mobile platform, travel itineraries, events calendar, maps and business listings.

“We are extremely proud of the 2017 travel guide,” said Director of Tourism & Marketing Eric Szucs. “Every year we strive to create a comprehensive piece which will serve the visiting travelers, and the residents of the county alike. By showcasing Wyoming County’s diverse tourism businesses, attractions and events, we have an instrument to tell our story – and the moral of our story is Wyoming County is a premiere tourism destination for visitors throughout the world.”

“On behalf of the membership and Board of Directors, I would like to extend a special thanks to Eric Szucs for his hard work to deliver a great looking product for 2017,” said Chamber President Scott Gardner. “I would also like to thank all the businesses and advertisers in the guide, and the following who assisted their time and talent with the 2017 travel guide: The Warsaw Penny Saver, for the design of the guide; Julia Ferrini at the Wyoming County Free Press, for providing photographs to use throughout the guide; John Kucko Photography, for the cover photo; and Jerry Kelsey Photography.”

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