New York is home to over 200 historic sites and state parks. Luckily for those looking to travel within the US, the superb scenery remains well-preserved. Without further ado, here are the 11 most beautiful state parks in New York.
1. Letchworth State Park
This park in Castle is home to the “Grand Canyon of the East,” a large gorge created by the Genesee River. The park also includes rugged cliffs and a trio of waterfalls known simply as the upper, middle, and lower falls. The water is great for inflatable kayaking and white water rafting.
There’s also 60+ miles of hiking trails. If you want a bird’s-eye view, you can take a hot air balloon ride. Stay in cabins, fully-equipped lodges, or at one of the campsites there.
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