Nestled at the foot of the majestic Allegheny Mountains along the New York/Pennsylvania border and located off exit 20 of the Interstate 86 near U.S. Route 219, it’s easy to make your trip to Seneca Allegany Resort & Casino an extended and well-deserved getaway! The Salamanca area is full of great things to see and do, and Seneca Allegany Resort & Casino puts you right in the heart of the action.
While you’re in town, take in a show at the Seneca Allegany Event Center, or enjoy the quaint shops and boutiques of Ellicottville – just a short 15-minute drive away.
Seneca Allegany Resort & Casino is also surrounded by outstanding outdoor recreation. Enjoy a day of golfing at Elkdale Country Club. Or spend the night camping at the beautiful Allegany State Park where you can horseback ride, canoe, mountain bike, hunt, fish, sightsee and even geocache! Or if winter is more your style, enjoy over 350+ miles of snowmobile trails, or the incredible slopes at Holiday Valley Resort or HoliMont ski area.
The area also offers great family fun. Experience Native American history and culture at the Seneca-Iroquois National Museum, or fun-filled day at Pumpkinville – the oldest original pumpkin farm in New York State
Check out the official 2020-2021 touring guide for Buffalo and Niagara Falls, NY.
Seneca-Iroquois National Museum
The Seneca-Iroquois National Museum features exhibits focusing on Native American history and culture in Western New York. New and permanent exhibits on display that offer a unique glimpse into the rich culture and heritage of the past and present Seneca people. The traditions and dreams of our ancestors are written into the hearts of our people. We are motivated by our connectedness to our communities. The earth is our lifeline, and the river sustains us.
The Museum Gift Shop offers a wide variety of educational materials both written and audio, and an assortment of traditional Native created items. These include, Iroquois-style “raised” beadwork, silver work, baskets, corn husk items, carvings, jewelry, pottery and sculptures.
For additional information or to schedule a tour, please call 716-945-1104.
814 Broad Street
Salamanca, NY 14779
With a history rooted deep in nature, Salamanca is a true gem in the Enchanted Mountains of Cattaraugus County. Directly off of NYS I-86, Salamanca is the only U.S. city east of the Mississippi River that is located on an Indian Reservation. The Seneca Nation of Indians enriches Salamanca with its unique culture and heritage. A short or extended visit could include a stop at scenic Allegany State Park, the Seneca Iroquois National Museum or the Salamanca Rail Museum.
While you’re here, you can also enjoy our events & festivals, sample our cuisine and our variety of year-round outdoor activities. And don’t forget to check out the many other treasures throughout the Enchanted Mountains of Cattaraugus County – the other side of New York!
Situated amidst the Enchanted Mountains of Western New York and just a short 20-minute drive from Seneca Allegany Resort & Casino is Ellicottville, a year-round tourist destination. During the winter the HoliMont Ski Area and Holiday Valley Resort are open for business, and in the summer, the resort supplies the town with a number of recreational opportunities, such as golfing and mountain biking.
Ellicottville hosts a number of celebrations and festivals throughout the year, including a rodeo, a summer arts festival and a Mardi Gras Carnival. While visiting Ellicottville, guests can embark on a number of outdoor activities, such as trail riding and hot air ballooning.
Frequented by locals and visitors alike, Griffis Sculpture Park offers self-guided tours of its grounds, which contain more than 200 art sculptures. About 13 mi (20km) down the road from Ellicottville is Allegany State Park, which spans the New York-Pennsylvania state line and allows camping, hunting, fishing and horseback riding.
Allegany State Park
With over 65,000 acres, Allegany State Park is the largest state park in New York State and has an abundance of natural beauty, from forests and hills, to lakes and wildlife. The park is open year-round with a multitude of outdoor activities for every season and every taste.
In the warmer months, take advantage of boat and bike rentals, go camping, fishing, hunting, or enjoy a sandy beach for swimming. Or play a game of softball, tennis, horseshoes or even volleyball. The park offers 18 hiking trails, three of which have been developed as self-guided nature trails, and 5.6 miles of paved trails, which includes 3.1 miles around Red House Lake.
One of the most spectacular places to see autumn at its best is Allegany State Park. Drive, hike, bike or horseback ride through the park on its many roads or trails and take in all the sights.
In the colder months, you can enjoy ice fishing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing or snowmobiling.
Only a few miles from Seneca Allegany Resort & Casino, Allegany State Park, is worth the trip!
Tucked away in the southwest corner of Cattaraugus County, hidden in the rolling hills of the Allegheny’s, Onoville Marina is one of the region’s best kept secrets. The Marina offers pontoon boat rentals, on the gateway to the 12,000-acre Allegheny Reservoir, the Marina is just north of the Allegheny National Forest and west of Allegany State Park in the Enchanted Mountains of New York. Bald eagles and osprey soar high over the sparkling, pristine waters that reflect the surrounding hills of forest that change with the season, from a variety of green to the blaze of autumn foliage. View all of this while exploring the ninety-one miles of shoreline and secluded bays or camp at one of the many U.S. Forest Service campsites accessible only by water.
704 W. Perimeter Rd., P.O. Box “B”
Steamburg, NY 14783
The Lodge at Glendorn
Nestled in Northwestern Pennsylvania, The Lodge at Glendorn is your own step back in time. Enter through the gates and meander along a trout-filled brook to arrive at our redwood main lodge. Sleep and dine in a place where past presidents have rested. Explore miles of private brooks and ponds or venture nearby to float the Clarion River in a drift boat only to be served the best of shore lunches on a secluded river island. World class activities, beautifully appointed accommodations, mountain casual dining, brings families, couples and corporate retreats together to rejuvenate in a truly unique environment.
1000 Glendorn Drive
Bradford, PA 16701
There are over 350+ miles of snowmobile trails in Cattaraugus County. Allegany State Park contains over 74 miles of snowmobile trails and now has a trail that ends directly at the Seneca Allegany Resort & Casino. Whether you’re riding through Allegany State Park’s popular Thunder Rock, or you’re enjoying the open trails and the serene landscape views, there’s days worth of experience and adventure to be had.
The park is considered one of the most well-groomed areas to snowmobile and enjoy everything that winter in Cattaraugus County has to offer. So don’t miss out!
Fall & Spring Half Marathons in Ellicottville, NY
Some of the most fun, well organized running events in Western New York with something for everyone.
Seneca Allegany is a proud sponsor of the Happy Half Marathon, 5K & Beer Mile in May and the EVL Halloween Half Marathon & 5K in October.
Elkdale Country Club
Elkdale Country Club is the closest golf course to Seneca Allegany Resort & Casino, located just five miles north on route 353. Nestled in the rolling hills of New York’s Southern Tier, Elkdale Country club offers a challenging 18-hole golf course, beautiful scenery and complete restaurant and lounge facility. Elkdale’s clubhouse pool is open daily, and the restaurant is available for banquets and private parties. Elkdale combines timeless natural beauty with contemporary refinement to create a one-of-a-kind recreational outing.
Elkdale Country Club is a semi-private golf course, with public play welcomed every day of the week with an advance tee-time reservation.
7871 Stone Chimney Rd
Salamanca, NY 14779
Salamanca Rail Museum
Step Into the Past…and experience the Salamanca Rail Museum: a fully restored passenger depot constructed in 1912 by the Buffalo, Rochester and Pittsburgh Railway. Through artifacts, photographs and video presentations, you’ll experience an era over 90 years ago, when rail was the primary means of transportation from city to city. The museum exhibits show nostalgic railroad pieces with an emphasis on the three railroads that served the region; the Erie, the Baltimore and Ohio (BR&P), and the Pennsylvania Railroads. Admission to the Museum is free, however, donations are appreciated.
170 Main St
Salamanca, NY 14779
The Crosspatch Ranch
Nestled in the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains, the Crosspatch Ranch offers a great way to enjoy the beauty of the region. Brush-up on your equestrian skills or learn them from scratch. Crosspatch provides Guided Trail Rides, Horsemanship Camp, Wagon and Carriage Rides, Chuckwagon Suppers and other fantastic events. Call to make your reservations.
5281 Baker Rd
Salamanca, NY 14779
Holiday Valley Resort
Holiday Valley is a wonderful summer and winter retreat tucked away in the hills of Ellicottville, and just 15 minutes from Seneca Allegany Resort & Casino. Come with your friends and family to play on the snowy slopes or the cool green hills of summer. Fabulous lodging options give you the choice of slope side and nearby hotels or condos. Tie it all together in the fun-loving Village of Ellicottville (four blocks full of great restaurants and fun shopping)…plus the hometown friendliness of Western New York. Shop, eat, explore or just enjoy the small town hospitality.
At Holiday Valley’s Sky High Adventure Park, you can enjoy outdoor adventure for the whole family. The Aerial Adventure Park is a playground in the trees where you will be challenged to cross bridges, climb ladders, navigate obstacles and soar on zip lines. The Mountain Coaster is a thrilling ride down banked curves, over humps and around loops and roundabout corkscrews. You control the speed as you ride alone or with a friend.
Route 219 PO Box 370
Ellicottville, NY 14731
Winery of Ellicottville
Love wine? They do. Try their award-winning wine and relax at the Winery of Ellicottville. In the heart of the Village of Ellicottville, They’ve been crafting, bottling, and serving wine since 2010. Vintners Dominic and Sam choose only the finest local grapes and all-natural ingredients to make our 18+ varieties. The tasting room is warm and inviting, and you’re always welcome to take a peek behind the curtain into our winemaking process. Whether you’re a seasoned wine taster or just love good wine, the Winery of Ellicottville is a can’t-miss destination on your trip through Cattaraugus County. Visit WineryofEllicottville.com or stop in to learn more!
14 Monroe St
Ellicottville, NY 14731
Pumpkinville is a 200-acre farm nestled in the hills of Western New York near Ellicottville and owned by the Pawlowski family. Pumpkinville enjoys the claim of being the oldest original pumpkin farm in New York State. In fact, research shows it might be the oldest continuously operated pumpkin farm in the United States.
The Pumpkinville fall village, cider mill and entertainment portion spans 25 acres and includes the corn maze and Pick Your Own Pumpkin Patch. The pumpkins, squash, gourds and Indian corn and other fall items are grown here on the farm especially for our visitors.
Each family member has combined their creativity and hard work and have grown Pumpkinville into the top fall tourism site in Western New York. At Pumpkinville they take great pride in great entertainment, fantastic autumn scenery, good food and a beautiful farm harvest.
Open every day, 9 AM to 7 PM, from the 3rd Saturday in September through October 31st.
4844 Sugartown Road
Great Valley, NY 14741
HoliMont Ski Resort
For nearly 50 years, families and snow sports enthusiasts from miles around have converged on HoliMont – North America’s largest private ski area devoted to family skiing adventures. Generations of members have been drawn in by the amazing skiing, only to fall in love with the warm, community atmosphere that makes HoliMont the kind of place you never want to leave.
And while a sense of community can’t be manufactured, snow’s a different story. Their patented snowmaking system creates 700 vertical feet of wall-to-wall, top-to-bottom snow. Combine that with an average of 200 inches of natural snow per season, and you’re guaranteed a great run every time.
During the week, HoliMont is happy to welcome non-members and groups, who can forget about standing around shivering in long lines. Their eight lifts service over 50 slopes and trails, as well as the Terrain Parks and Halfpipe.
So whether you’re a member or visitor, skier or boarder, parent or child, come to HoliMont and make your winter come to life.
HoliMont Ski Area
6921 Route 242
PO Box 279
Ellicottville, NY 14731-0279
Visit the Zippo/Case Museum, where fans and collectors from across the globe gather to experience the rich history of these two American icons. Explore the 15,000 square foot attraction that includes the world-famous Zippo Repair Clinic and Zippo/Case Store. Fourteen custom-made Zippo street lighters line the drive leading up to the building. Over the entrance towers a 40-foot Zippo lighter with pulsating neon flame, and an enormous Case Canoe three bladed pocket knife. Enjoy a self-guided tour to learn the rich history of two American icons. (FREE ADMISSION)
1932 Zippo Dr
Bradford, PA 16701
Concord Crest Golf Club
Concord Crest Golf Course is located just a short drive from the Seneca Allegany Resort & Casino, just three miles east of the Genesee Rd. exit on 219. The primary architect for Concord Crest Golf Course was Mother Nature herself, as the layout takes full advantage of wetlands, creeks, ponds, and a stand of old trees. Mature sugar maples that once were harvested for maple syrup, give this venue the feel of a well-cared-for course. The rolling hillside and meandering streams dominate the scenery in this pastoral setting. The New York State Bluebird Society has chosen the course to be part of the statewide “Bluebird Trail.” Errant golf shots end up in wetlands, not backyards, as there are few homes and no condominiums to disrupt the view surrounding the course.
Concord Crest Golf Course9255 Genesee Rd
East Concord, NY 14055
In 2003, National Geographic Adventure named the Allegheny River one of the nation’s “40 Great Fall Weekend Getaways.” Whether you’re looking for a relaxing day trip with your buddies or an overnighter to teach the kids camping skills, they’re ready to help. Just be careful – you might get hooked. Offering fully outfitted, all-inclusive backpacking trips through the Allegheny National Forest, Canoe and Kayak Packages (including rentals and overnight trips), Fly fishing instruction and guided day excursions, geocaching and more.
2101 Pennsylvania Ave. E
Warren, PA 16365
Kinzua Country Recreation
Offering seasonal outdoor rental equipment from snowmobiles to jet ski rentals, including kayaks, small fishing rafts, bicycle rentals and hiking shuttle services. They can provide everything you need for your Allegheny National Forest camping excursion from cabin rental to groceries, fuel, firewood, live bait and more.
Get ready for architectural masterpieces by Frank Lloyd Wright and others, world-class modern art at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, touring Broadway productions at the magnificent Shea’s Performing Arts Center, the Grammy Award-winning Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, a fascinating history, and countless festivals and events, because Buffalo is alive with things to do and discover!
If shopping is your thing, you’ll find everything from hip boutiques in Buffalo’s trendy Elmwood Village neighborhood to major department stores at a number of local shopping centers and malls, including the Walden Galleria.
Sports fan? Buffalo has a wealth of options, including the Bills, Sabres, AAA baseball’s Bisons, world-class fishing, great skiing, and college and amateur sports.
Downtown Buffalo is just 20 minutes away from Seneca Niagara Resort & Casino. Plus, while you’re there visit Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino, conveniently located just off the I-190 and a few blocks from the KeyBank Center.
Niagara Falls, NY
No matter when you visit, there are always plenty of things to do in Niagara Falls. Enjoy the beautiful Niagara Falls and have an experience that will last a lifetime. Niagara Falls, USA is not only home to the Falls but it is a place rich in history, culture, outdoor life, shopping, adventure and agriculture. There are hundreds of shops, attractions and things to do in Niagara Falls year-round.
Summertime in Niagara Falls, USA is packed with free outdoor concerts, festivals and events to keep you entertained. There are also many events and festivals in the fall and winter months that feature wine, food, and music. Enjoy the Niagara Falls State Park at any time of the year and experience over 400 acres of protected wildlife and lush landscape.
The beauty of Niagara Falls is difficult to replicate, but it’s the diverse region that makes Niagara Falls, USA so unique. With so many affordable things to do for visitors, it’s no wonder Niagara Falls attracts more than eight million visitors each year.