Letchworth is an outstanding park for many reasons, but foremost among those reasons is the jaw-dropping scenery it has to offer.
Keep reading to learn more about visiting Letchworth State Park during autumn and summer!
The park boasts around 66 miles of hiking trails, allowing one to see the most eye-catching gorges in New York.
The trail provides a unique, engaging, interactive experience and is something that everyone enjoys.
Fishing at Letchworth State Park sounds like a great day out!
Given its size, when considering visiting the park, it makes sense to question if you can drive through it and how long it takes to do so.
Exploring the South of England is magical, and if you follow the routes below you’re in for an unforgettable experience.
To drive to Alaska from the US, you’ll need to cross a US-Canada land border.
It’s not possible to drive to Catalina Island, and on the island, visitors are banned from driving cars.
Route 66 covers 2448 miles (3939 km), and driving it nonstop takes 50+ hours and a little over two days to complete.