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One of the most beautiful and inspiring places on earth. It is smaller than Niagara but grander in... read more

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DowneastCornhusker
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Nebraska
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Visited with my in-laws. Hubby hunts here every year and has always wanted to take me to see the... read more

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Ravena, New York
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Reviewed July 22, 2013

Went on a weekend camping trip to Letchworth, DO NOT FOLLOW SIRI'S ADVICE!!! She had us go the entire length of the park, entering at the Castile entrance then had to drive 10+ miles through the park to camping registration area! I checked google and mapquest prior to leaving also which gave 2 different directions using exit 8 :(. From the thruway you would take 390S get off at exit 7 for MT Morris (RT 408 and RT 36) follow the signs, this is the most direct way to entrance which is just a few miles. The park is very well kept and had trails all over. While we were there they had 3 different Blues bands playing, a chicken BBQ and fireworks at 9:30 pm so that was a real treat and throughly enjoyed!

3  Thank 1950Lady_Anne
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Reviewed July 22, 2013

Great campground, affordable prices, friendly staff, beautiful park - Only complaint was the "carry in carry out policy" No garbage cans anywhere - probably the reason for the garbage on the trails.

3  Thank Kim H
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Reviewed July 20, 2013

If you're in the area or if you like hiking and camping, make the trip to this beautiful place! I can only speak to the cleanliness of the park, the clear and easy-to-follow signage in the park, and the ease of accessing and viewing the gorgeous canyons and waterfalls even if you're not hiking. For the non-hiker or someone in the park for only the day or only a few hours, the lower falls was a 1,000' walk from the parking lot. Everything else was really close! The trails [more like a big-wide paths] are well marked, including distances, to inform visitors what lie ahead.

2  Thank WearyInWarwick
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Reviewed July 18, 2013

Like all of it, met up with friends camping etc. so many trails, difficult trails are marked. So many tho for every level !

1  Thank Kathleen C
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Reviewed July 16, 2013

This is a beautiful must see park! It is a green, plush, clean eleven miles drive through the park from the front entrance to the tent sites. The camp sites were clean and ready for tents. The tent site bathrooms were clean and all toilets, showers, and sinks were working. The camp store had a huge variety of items for sale from s'mores to air mattresses. The laundry facility was clean and easily accessible right next to the camp store.
We enjoyed all of the overlooks and the trails that we hiked. We were astonished that all of this creation is on the east coast. Mid-afternoon coffee on the porch at the Glen Iris was just what we needed and breakfast there the next morning was delicious. A highlight of our trip was the five mile rafting trip with the Adventure Calls Outfitters. Such fun to ride the rapids, float in the river, and jump into the pool under the waterfall! Our guide Tim was witty, informative, and fun to have in our raft. We did use the pool one afternoon after hiking...how refreshing that was! Changing rooms, showers, and toilets, are all available for the $2.00 entrance fee. There is nothing commercial about this park...just good outdoor fun! I would definitely camp again in Letchworth State Park.

2  Thank dawnrain228
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