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6 Family & Kid-Friendly Activities

Whether you have scheduled a vacation packed with family fun or you live local and are looking for a change of activity, Western New York’s Wyoming County is rich with family and kid-friendly activities for everyone to enjoy. Kid-friendly activities in Wyoming County range from outdoor fun, mini golf, exotic animal adventures and dinosaur museums! Take a look below at 6 family and kid-friendly activities you don’t want to miss while you are in Wyoming County.

Ice Cream Hot Spots Near You!

Ice cream season is here in all it's delicious glory. You probably have your favorite go-to ice cream spots – or maybe you’re looking for a hidden gem. We are super excited to help!

2022 Farmers' Markets!

Farmers' Market Season is here! Here are three great are markets you can visit - while connecting directly with local farmers and producers. Purchase fresh vegetables, maple products, cheeses, flowers, an assortment of meats, lotions, and crafts, while consuming art & entertainment in these amazing rural communities.

 
Arcade and Attica Railroad

Wyoming County is a four season destination! 

Hiking, culinary treats, hot air ballooning. Camping, craft beverages, cross-country skiing. From Letchworth State Park - the “Grand Canyon of the East” and the historic Arcade and Attica Railroad, to the exotic animals at Hidden Valley Animal Adventure, Wyoming County in Western NY is your destination for family-fun & outdoor adventure!


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Tour the Mount Morris Dam in Letchworth State Park

The Mount Morris Dam tour is ideal for active visitors with an interest in engineering and natural resource management. This popular ranger guided walking tour lasts approximately 1 hour and includes a steep 1 mile trek into the Genesee River Gorge to the top of the Mount Morris Dam. From the top of the dam, there are great photo opportunities and amazing views of the gorge from a unique perspective.


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