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Gentle Thunder Farm
7067 Hencoop Hollow Road Ellicottville NY 14731
(Cultural/Educational/Outdoors/Recreation)
Gentle Thunder Farm is a family owned horseback riding and boarding facility in Western New York. We take single riders and groups. Our guides will match your horse and the trail to the level of your experience. We pride ourselves on safety and instruction on and off the trail. Our treks venture out into nature allowing you to experience the Southern Tier Regardless of the season the fresh green of Springtime, the lazy days of Summer, the majestic Fall Foliage, or the crisp Wonderland of Winter - your guide will offer you an experience to remember. Our Trail network is endless. We are only limited by your time. Open fields, woodland streams, back roads and mountain vista are the backdrop for a ride that will thrill even the seasoned nature enthusiast. ...Search ...Map

Nannen Arboretum
28 Parkside Drive Ellicottville NY 14731
(Cultural/Educational/Outdoors/Recreation)
Over 250 species of trees, shrubs, flowers, and herbs. It includes several Japanese gardens, a pond with fish, a large herb garden, and nature walks. Affiliated with the Cornell Cooperative Extension. ...Search ...Map

Ellicottville Historical Museum
2 Washington Street Ellicottville NY 14731
(Erie Canalway Heritage) ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: FIRST
In Ellicottville So. Side Washington St., Between Jefferson And Madison Sts Ellicottville NY
(Historic Marker)
First Frame House In Ellicottville, 1817 Early Courts Of County And Meetings Of Board Of Supervisors Held Here. ...Time Period 1800-1849 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: NATHAN BROWN
On NYS 17 At Levant Ellicott NY
(Historic Marker)
Nathan Brown In 1850'S Built Flat Boats Loaded With Jamestown "YANKEE Notions:, Set Out For South. For Years Boats Took Lading Here. ...Time Period 1850-1899 ...Search ...Map

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