Attention outdoor rec enthusiasts, mark September 10th on your calendars! Letchworth State Park is hosting its first annual Outdoor Rec Fest to give visitors an opportunity to see and try over 30 ways for all to enjoy the great outdoors at Letchworth. Whether you are an avid adventurer or a beginner, the Outdoor Rec Fest offers an experience for all!
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 5 family and kid-friendly activities you don’t want to miss while you are in Wyoming County.
Summer fun has arrived, and we want you to hit the trail, hear the wind rustling the leaves overhead, and enjoy all the delicious ice cream. That's what summer is all about!
From May to October in 2022 the Autism Nature Trail will be holding exciting educational experiences for anyone interested in participating. Here's the ANT's Theme Weekends for May & June, taking place every Saturday & Sunday, from 10AM - 3:30PM. Come enjoy the beauty of Letchworth State Park and the Autism Nature Trail!
Spotlight Theater in Warsaw has launched Free To Be Me - a Matinee Movie Experience serving those on the autism spectrum and with other disabilities who want the joy of experiencing their favorite movies on the big screen!
The Campaign to Build The Autism Nature Trail (The ANT) has won the grand prize in Cellino Plumbing & HVAC’s 2020 Truck Wrap Contest. The Trail came out on top against 250 other Western New York non-profit organizations, making it to the final two by popular public vote and then winning the contest in a final presentation made to the Cellino Board of Directors on Wednesday.
Campaign Announced to Build Autism Nature Trail in Letchworth State Park. The trail to be designed and built for visitors, families living with autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disabilities and will be the first-of-its-kind in the U.S.