CATTARAUGUS COUNTY DRIVE-INS
Delevan Twin Drive-In Theatre
117711 Rt. 16 Delevan, NY | 716-496-5660 | Facebook.com/DelevanDrive
1060 Olean Portville Rd. Portville, NY | 716-933-8750 | www.portvilledrivein.com
Some of you may not be old enough to remember, but a Drive-In is an outdoor place to see a movie from the comfort of your car, with a large screen, a projection booth and a concession stand. It truly is a nostalgic piece of history and a fantastic way to spend a weekend night with the family! Cattaraugus County is lucky enough to host two such facilities, both offering 2 screens of current movies. Bring the family or a date to see a movie under the stars.
PFEIFFER NATURE CENTER
Lillibridge Property: 1974 Lillibridge Rd. | Eshleman Property: 1420 Yubadam Rd., Portville, NY
716-933-0187 | pfeiffernaturecenter.org
Pfeiffer Nature Center is an organization committed to building a foundation of knowledge, understanding and appreciation of the intrinsic values and aesthetic qualities of the natural world while instilling a sense of responsibility and stewardship for the natural world within the global community. It is also a haven for hikers. The Center is comprised of two properties. The Lillibridge Property is home to a rustic American Chestnut log cabin listed on the National & State Registers of Historic Places. Here you will find 20 acres of old growth forest and a timber frame pavilion which is available for picnics, receptions, birthday parties and reunions. The Eshelman Property has an active sugar bush, ongoing scientific research projects and a small farm. There are 3 miles of trails, and more are being developed.
Organized by the Greater Olean Area Chamber of Commerce
301 N. Union St. Olean, NY | 716-372-4433 | www.oleanny.com
Olean, Cattaraugus County’s largest city, has received major improvements within the last couple of years to create a walkable downtown. This major overhaul brought five roundabouts and center medians to North Union Street, along with major water and sewer infrastructure upgrades. This new “Walkable Olean” has already proven itself to be capable of fostering an economic and cultural resurgence. New, unique, and trendy restaurants are now complimenting the tried and true favorites. Union Whiskey, Union Tea, Grand Slam Grill, Tandoor Taste of India, Ravyn and Robyn, and Rafi’s Platter are all welcome additions to our classics like Angee’s, Beef 'n' Barrel, 3rd Base, and Brother's Bistro. Christie's Boutique features local artwork, gift baskets full of local goodies, and festive decor both small and large. Four Mile Brewing Company, opened in May of 2015, brought the craft beer revolution to Olean, not to mention some pretty tasty brews. Join in the next StrOlean event, sponsored by the Greater Area Chamber of Commerce. This festival is a walkable event throughout North Union Street with scavenger hunts, live music, sports tournaments, beer tasting, pop-up vendors, and community movies.
HAUNTED HINSDALE HOUSE
3830 McMahon Rd. Hinsdale, NY | 716-578-4586 | www.hauntedhinsdalehouse.com
The infamous Haunted Hinsdale House has been featured on “The Ghost Finders”, “America’s Most Terrifying Locations” (Travel Channel), “A Haunting” (Discovery Channel), and two times on “Paranormal Lockdown” (Destination America). The house has a deep past and all the elements of a good ghost story - a mysterious history, strange sightings, unexplainable events, and even a couple of exorcisms. Current owner of the house, Daniel Klaes, uses the house as a research facility for paranormal investigators.
THE WILDWOOD SANITARIUM
71 Prospect Ave. Salamanca, NY | 716-801-5270 | Facebook.com/TheWildwoodRestorationProject
Growing in popularity, The Wildwood Sanitarium has been featured on “The Ghost Finders”, “America’s Most Terrifying Locations”, and most recently on Season 3 of “Paranormal Lockdown”. The Wildwood Sanitarium was a holistic healing center and the only one of its kind in New York State when it opened. Over the years it has been known to have paranormal activity including shadow figures, orbs, Electronic Voice Phenomenon and people have reported being touched or pushed. Both places hold events throughout the year, as well as ghost hunts and tours.
Call 1-800-331-0543 or visit EnchantedMountains.com for a free 2019 Activities Guide.