Evergreen Trails Campground

Sprawling across more than 200 picturesque acres, Evergreen Trails Campground lies in the heart of New York's Allegany County, about 90 minutes' drive southeast of Buffalo. It’s a tranquil base for exploring the “Grand Canyon of the East” at Letchworth State Park and the Corning Museum of Glass, as well as the wineries that dot the Finger Lakes region. RV camping at Evergreen Trails Campground includes electricity and water connections, with a dump station also available. There are fire rings and picnic tables at each site, as well as access to their bathhouses and private catch-and-release fishing ponds. Firewood and ice can be purchased at the on-site camp store, with Wi-Fi also available.There’s a children’s playground to keep young visitors entertained, not to mention horseshoes, volleyball, and basketball courts. Take advantage of the lending library and video arcade games in the recreation hall or stretch your legs on the five miles of hiking trails. Pets are welcome to stay with you and swimming is possible in the spring-fed pond.

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The Great Outdoors

Motorhome camping at Evergreen Trails Campground is a good base for visiting Letchworth State Park, which is renowned for its spectacular gorge carved by the Genesee River. A paved road along the west side of the gorge accesses its series of impressive waterfalls, with elevated viewpoints overlooking the Upper, Middle, and Lower Falls. Hiking, mountain biking, and kayaking are all possible in Letchworth State Park during the summer months while snow enthusiasts can go cross-country skiing and snow tubing during the winter season. Also nearby is the Rattlesnake Hill Wildlife Management Area, a popular hiking, fishing, and hunting destination. It’s named after the timber rattlesnake, which was once prevalent in some parts of the Wildlife Management Area, although you’re more likely to see white-tailed deer, gray squirrels, and cottontail rabbits today. Try your luck at luring trout in Sugar Creek, Hovey Brook, and Canaseraga Creek, which are all stocked on an annual basis, or get active while exploring the network of scenic hiking trails.Directly west of the RV campground is the Allen Lake State Forest, which centers around the human-made waters of Allen Lake. This is another popular trout fishing destination, with both brown and rainbow trout stocked during the spring while largemouth bass and several species of panfish are also for the taking. Get out on the waters by boat and canoe or fish from the 1,600-foot earthen dike. If you’re visiting during the winter months, ice fishing is also permitted on the lake. 

Exploring the City

When you’re camping at Evergreen Trails Campground, you’re just seven minutes’ drive from Angelica where you can pick up grocery supplies. There’s also a gas station if you need to fill up your RV rental and a handful of restaurants that include a pizzeria and American-style buffet. Or, you can make the 40-minute drive into Allegany where there’s a more extensive range of services, including a shopping plaza and plenty of fast-food eateries. If you’re visiting Angelica, take time to stroll through its 900-acre National Historic District, which is clustered with 19th-century buildings. Originating as a mill town, Angelica flourished with the arrival of the Pittsburg, Shawmut & Northern Railroad, with elegant residences and a tree-lined main street. Browse the antique and collectible stores that line the downtown area and admire the impressive Joncy Bridge that spans Angelica Creek.Camp in an RV near Angelica and spend a day exploring Corning, which lies around an hour’s drive to the east. It’s most famous for the Corning Museum of Glass (founded by the Corning Glass Works in 1951) that boasts what is one of the most celebrated glass collections in the world. Browse the Ancient Egyptian artifacts dating back more than 3,500 years and shop for contemporary glass pieces to add to your home in the on-site store.The Corning Museum of Glass is just a short stroll from the Heritage Village of the Southern Finger Lakes where you can take a step back in time to explore the region’s vibrant history. Wander through the heritage-listed dining room and innkeepers quarters of the 18th-century Benjamin Patterson Inn, then visit the schoolhouse and 19th-century blacksmith shop. Another historic destination not to miss is the Painted Post-Erwin Museum that occupies a passenger and freight depot of the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad. Or, get your art fix at the Rockwell Museum while browsing its impressive collection of American paintings and sculptures.Whether you want to see the “Grand Canyon of the East” or admire the historic architecture of Angelica, book an RV in Allegany County and start planning your next vacation. 

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