On Sunday Bob and I visited Allegany State Park near Salamanca, New York. Allegany State Park is New York’s largest state park and is known for its natural beauty. The park is divided into two sections: the Red House area and the Quaker Run area. Allegany State Park is a frequent destination for Bob and me, as the park is only an hour’s drive from our house. This “Days to Remember” blog contains many posts from our visits to Allegany State Park. I will share photographs from Sunday’s visit in today’s blog post.
Even though a lot of leaves have fallen, Autumn color could still be found at the park.
We saw a little bit of snow at higher elevations.
We seem to see something new each time we visit Allegany State Park. We saw Bridal Falls for the first time during Sunday’s visit.
Now that we know where to find Bridal Falls, I’m certain we will make a return trip there one day.
The Thomas L. Kelly covered bridge is a frequent photography subject, during our visits to the park.
Our last stop before leaving the park was at the Stone Tower.
As always, we enjoyed our visit to Allegany State Park. I am already thinking about our next visit!