Spring Programs at Letchworth State Park

Bloodroot flowers start to bloom typically toward the end of April in Letchworth State Park.

Choruses of frogs, songs of returning birds and fragrances of unfurling blossoms freshen the vernal air. Come and join in a walk at Letchworth State Park with Douglas Bassett and the interpretive staff as they delve into the wonderment of spring.

Nearly 70 miles of hiking trails and three separate canyons, one with three great cataracts, can be enjoyed through interpretive programs offered throughout the year. Field trips, lectures for schools and organizations, and a step-on-guide service for buses planning to tour Letchworth State Park are also offered.

The calendar of events is part of The Genesee Naturalist, a quarterly publication that announces the interpretive programs in Letchworth State Park, the Genesee Region and surrounding areas, in addition to highlighting recent activities and natural history subjects within the Genesee River Basin.

Program schedules with times and meeting places of all park programs may be obtained at the Visitor Center or Humphrey Nature Center which are located at the south end of Letchworth State Park.

All programs will follow social distancing and face covering guidelines and face coverings are always required in the Humphrey Nature Center and the William Pryor Letchworth Museum. Pre-registration is required by calling (585) 493-3682.

For fees and additional information please contact:

Park Interpretive Program
Genesee State Park Region
1 Letchworth State Park
Castile, NY 14427

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