Things to Do in Genesee County with a Sprinter Van Limo in New York

Things to Do in Genesee County with a Sprinter Van Limo in New York

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Are you planning a vacation for the family but do not know where to take them? Try Genesee County in Western New York! The county, which is located between Buffalo-Niagara Falls and Rochester, is known for its affordable family fun spots. What's more, it is just less than an hour's ride from Niagara Falls! So herd everyone into a sprinter van limo in New York and head to Genesee County!

 

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But where exactly in Genesee County should you go? We have a few suggestions.

 

JELL-O Gallery Museum

 

No kid can ever resist a place full of their favorite dessert! Hop on a sprinter van limo in New York and take them to the JELL-O Gallery Museum where it all started. Yes, you got that right. JELL-O was born here in Genesee County in 1897. This museum is dedicated to the history and the marketing of JELL-O. You can see the ads, the TV commercials, the paintings, the molds, and all the displays filled with fun facts about America's Most Famous Dessert.

 

The JELL-O Gallery is on 23 East Main Street, in Le Roy, NY. Call (585) 768-7433 for inquiries or visit its Web site at http://www.jellogallery.org/jellovisit.html.

 

Alpaca Odyssey

 

Get your kids to experience a close encounter with the gentle and docile alpacas. You can also learn more about alpaca farming, including breeding, sales, and boarding. There are also soft, warm, fuzzy and beautiful alpaca products like yarns, sweaters, gloves, hats, shawls, blankets and toys for sale here.

 

Alpaca Odyssey is on 8100 Marble Road in Pembroke. Call (585) 542-3939 or visit http://www.alpacaodyssey.com/ for more details or to make an appointment, especially if you plan on going there during the weekend.

 

Byrncliff Resort

 

If you are the resorts type of people, then try out the year-round Byrncliff Resort. It offers a picturesque setting and wide variety of activities for people of all ages. You can play golf or go swimming during the hot summer days or you can go cross-country skiing, snow-shoeing, or snowmobile riding during the winter.

 

Byrncliff Resort on 2357 Humphrey Road in Varysburg. For more details, call (585) 535-7300 or check out http://www.byrncliff.com.

 

Darien Lake Theme Park

 

Visit New York's largest theme park and you can be sure to have a blast! There are six steep coasters including the Ride of Steel, which is known to have the highest drop in New York State, and The Mind Eraser, which is NY's only suspended looping coaster! It also boasts of the SplashTown Water Park, with its twisty water slides, live shows, carnival style games, and nightly fireworks and laser shows.

 

There are accommodations, restaurants and souvenir shops available, too.

 

Darien Lake is on 9993 Allegheny Road, Darien Center. Call (585) 599-4641 or visit http://darienlake.com/ for more information.

 

Darien Lakes State Park

 

Since we are in Darien Lakes, you might as well make a stop at the Darien Lakes State Park. It is a vast area with a varied terrain, including woodlands, hills, streams, ravines, and the 12-acre Harlow Lake. You can build camp in one of the park's 158 campsites, play golf, frolic by the sandy beach, hit the playgrounds, go fishing, hike, go horseback riding, and have a picnic.

 

The park is on 10289 Harlow Road. Call (585) 547-9481 or visit http://nysparks.com/parks/144/details.aspx for details.

 

Genesee Country Farmers' Market

 

If you will need some fresh produce during your trip, make a stop at the Genesee Country Farmers' Market on 8315 Park Road, in Batavia. It offers everything locally grown and made, from fruits, eggs, flowers, vegetables to jellies and jams, baked goods, honey, cheeses, maple products, coffees, soaps, and wine.

 

The market is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. every Tuesday and Friday from June to October.

 

With a sprinter van limo in New York, visiting all these places will be easy, convenient and comfortable!

 

Hidden Valley Animal Adventure

 

If you have little kids with you, then Hidden Valley Animal Adventure on 2887 Royce Road in Varysburg should be on your list of stops. Because we know kids. They love interacting, feeding and learning about animals. And Hidden Valley has over 30 species of animals from all over the world, including elk, buffalo, llamas, zebras, alpacas, watsui, burro, wildebeest, camel, and ostriches.

 

Visit their Web site at http://www.hiddenvalleyadventure.com or call (585) 535-4100 to know about their tour schedule and their rates.

 

Holiday Hollow

 

Holiday Hollow claims to be America's only "Halloween Shire." In a Renaissance-Fair setting, Holiday Hollow offers live entertainment that includes action, comedy, sword fights, magic, festival food, games, fantastic stages and elaborate costumes.

 

It is open all weekends of October.

 

Holiday Hollow is located at 1410 Main Road in Corfu. Check out its Web site at http://www.holidayhollow.com/index.html or call (585) 762-8160.

 

Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge

 

Known as New York State's largest wildlife refuge, the Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge is a haven for animals. Located on 1101 Casey Road, in Basom, it boasts well-maintained trails and it sits in the migratory path of many bird species, including geese and swans. It is open all year round and offers a wide variety of activities like fishing, hunting, hiking, canoeing, snow-shoeing and cross-country skiing.

 

Visit http://www.fws.gov/refuge/iroquois/ or call (585) 948-5445 for more information on its programs and special events.

 

Pudgie's Lawn & Garden Center

 

Pudgies greenhouse is where you can find vegetable plants, annuals, perennials, roses, nursery products and other garden supplies. So if you have a green thumb, be sure to drop by this garden center, located at 3646 West Main Street in Batavia.

 

Call (585) 343-8352 or visit http://www.pudgieslawnandgarden.com/ for more information.

 

Stafford Museum of History

 

Make some time for a little bit of history by touring the Stafford Museum. In here you can see 19th century household furnishing, farm implements, quilts and one-room school house records. You can also check out the Morganville Pottery and see the collection of Redware pottery that were created in the late 1800's.

 

The museum, located at 8903 Route 237 in Stafford is open from April to October, on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2-4 p.m.

 

Call (585) 343-3833 or visit http://www.staffordhistoricalsociety.org for more details.

 

Country Cottage & Gardens

 

Want to do some shopping for some handmade country or cottage goodies and perhaps some flowering plants and potted herbs? Head over to Country Cottage and Gardens at 10448 Harper Road in Darien Center. You and your family can truly enjoy some unique shopping experience and while you are at it, enjoy some home-made refreshments too.

 

Country Cottage is a group of charming cottage shops and lovely flower and water gardens. Each cottage has some cute country gift items, rustic home décor, baked goods and other homemade crafts.

 

Check out Country Cottage's Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Country-Cottage-Gift-Shop-Gardens/105266259504224.

 

Darien Lake's SplashTown Water Park

 

Now this is another place the kids will surely love. SpashTown at Darien is said to be New York's largest theme park. It is a 5-acre water park that boasts of 11 wet and wild attractions that include water slides, a wave pool, a pirate ship lagoon playground, and a lazy river. Even the adults will have a great time, too.

 

SplashTown is at 9993 Allegheny Road in Darien Center. Call (585) 599-4641 or visit http://darienlake.com/rides/splashtown-slides-rides/ for more information.

 

Dewitt Recreation Area

 

Dewitt Recreation Area is a 63-acre property where you can do a variety of outdoor activities like biking, fishing, canoeing, hiking, ice skating, and cross country skiing. There are also picnic shelters if you wish to have a picnic as well as a playground for the little ones.

 

Dewitt Recreation Area is on Cedar Street in Batavia. Call (585) 344-1122 for more information.

 

Genesee County Park & Interpretive Center

 

Why not visit the oldest county forest in New York State? Genesee County Park and Interpretive Center is 431 acres of rolling hills with well-maintained trails, self-guided hiking, playgrounds, picnic pavilions, and a toboggan hill, all complete with the necessary amenities.

 

Visit the Genesee County Park's Web site at http://www.co.genesee.ny.us/departments/parks/index.html or call (585) 344-1122 for more details. It is located at 11095 Bethany Center Road in East Bethany.

 

If you want a comfortable ride to Genesee County and all the way back home, make sure to get a sprinter van limo in New York.

 

 

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