Allegany State Park named an "Amazing Spot"
Allegany State Park was named one of the top 100 "Amazing Spots" by Reserve America. Reserve America provides camping reservations for all campground facilities in the New York State Parks system as well as in 48 other states.
In honor of this designation, Allegany Regional Director Michael Mieczinkowski was joined by Allegany Region Commission Chair Dalton Burgett and Western District Director Mark Thomas in presenting Red House Area Manager Gary Quattrone and Quaker Area Manager Joe Rychick with a plaque recognizing this designation.
(l-r) Western District Director Mark Thomas, Red House Area Manager Gary Quattrone, Quaker Area Manager Joe Rychick, Allegany Regional Director Michael Mieczinkowski and Allegany Region Commission Chair Dalton Burgett.
Allegany State Park's 65,000 acres is known for its primitive forested valleys, un-glaciated landscape, fall leaves and wildlife. The two developed areas, Red House and Quaker, make this the largest state park in the State Park system with both areas offering sand beaches, picnic areas, museums, hiking trails and naturalist walks.
For more information please visit Allegany State Park's web site