If your group or bus tour is planning to visit any of the many attractions in and around Livingston County, the Genesee River Restaurant and Reception Center is the ideal spot for your dining needs.

We offer a variety of dining options, from a light luncheon buffet to our famous prime rib dinner. You're sure to find that special something to please your entire group. Schedule your dining pleasure by calling (585) 658-2949.

The Genesee River Restaurant and Reception Center is located just one-eighth of a mile from the North entrance to Letchworth State Park which welcomes over one million visitors every year. Known as the "Grand Canyon of the East," it offers 600 foot high cliffs, huge competition quality swimming and diving pools, camping, waterfalls, white water rafting, hiking trails and wildlife. Experience the thrill of hot air ballooning over the Park; it is truly a year-round outdoor activity center.

Letchworth State Park

Letchworth State Park


Other area highlights include:

Mount Morris - one of the largest townships in Livingston County where visitors can tour the distinguished Mills Mansion or view the home of Francis Bellamy, the author of the Pledge of Allegiance.

The Mills Mansion, Mt. Morris, NY

The Mills Mansion in
Mount Morris, NY


The Genesee Valley Greenway is a 90-mile, multi-use trail and natural resource corridor that passes through Livingston, Monroe, Wyoming, Allegheny and Cattaragus counties. The Greenway follows the route of the former Genesee Valley Canal (1840-1878) and Pennsylvania Railroad (1882-1963). The rail bed has been developed as a trail for hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling.


The Mount Morris Dam was completed in 1952 and is the largest dam east of the Mississippi River. Visit the William B. Hoyt, II Visitor Center operated by the US Army Corps of Engineers, the center is a state-of-the-art museum showing how the Dam has prevented billions of dollars in flood damage in the upper Genesee River Valley.


The Finger Lakes Region, located just East of the Genesee Valley, produces 85% of all the wine in New York State. Spend a day following one of the Finger Lakes Wine Trails.