You Just Gotta Go!
There’s so much to see and do all year round in Wyoming County. We may be most known for the magnificent “Grand Canyon of the East” Letchworth State Park – and rightly so – but that’s just one of the many great adventures that our region has for you to enjoy.
Experience Wyoming County ...
Wyoming County is home to more cows than people, and we aren’t afraid to tell people that! As the #1 dairy producing county in the state of New York, our county is deeply rooted in agriculture. Tour a working dairy farm, see the process potatoes take from the field to a bag of chips, sample maple syrup, or come face-to-face with an alpaca. If agriculture interests you, Wyoming County is the place to experience it all.
Take a Civil War Reenactment excursion on a historic railroad or meet an alpaca up close. Watch a barrel race competition or off-road racing at the track. You can even get a bird’s eye view of Letchworth from a hot air balloon or a single-engine piper plane. There’s no doubt that you will make some of your most unique memories in Wyoming County!
The arts and cultural environment in Wyoming County is strong and has a big impact on the quality of life in the region. Visit our many galleries, most of which promote the works of local artists, take in a Shakespearean play on the shores of Silver Lake, or enjoy the annual Perry Rotary Holiday Show, fun for all ages.
Wyoming County is rich with historical experiences, from the pride of our involvement with the Underground Railroad, to the rich Seneca Indian history, to William Pryor Letchworth’s beneficial impact on the area. Visit our galleries and museums and be a part of the living history of Wyoming County.
Go Wyoming is all about action and activity, of which we have plenty. There is always something to see and do in Wyoming County. Winter, spring, summer and fall produce a variety of adventure that makes the county a very sought after outdoor destination.
You will find an eclectic array of whimsical shops, locally owned businesses and inviting country stands throughout Wyoming County. Our main streets are made up of quaint, friendly stores, and you can fund anything from apples to firewood to antiques in unexpected places along the way.