Letchworth State Park Cabins

Letchworth State Park Cabins
Letchworth State Park, the "Grand Canyon of the East," is a year-round outdoor tourist destination. There are plenty of accommodation options in the park to fit varying tastes and budgets, including five sets of cabins.

A Cabins

Located near Lower Falls, these cabins sleep up to six. Showers and restrooms are shared. Cabins must be booked for seven or 14 days during peak season. There is no running water in the winter, but there is electric heat, fireplace and fridge.

B Cabins

Similar to the A Cabins, the B Cabins are closer to Lower Falls. These cabins must be booked for at least two nights.

C Cabins

C Cabins are open year-round but do not have running water. They are located near Highbanks Campground and a swimming area. Laundry, showers and restrooms are shared. During peak season, only seven- or 14-day reservations are accepted. Electric heat, fridge and cooking stove are included.

D Cabins

Located near the Parade Grounds, these cabins sleep between two and six people. They have no heat and no running water and are less expensive than A, B and C cabins. Fridge and cooking stove are provided; restrooms and showers are shared. There is no laundry facility. Seven or 14-day reservations only between late June and August.

E Cabins

Similar to D Cabins, these cabins have few amenities, no heat and no running water. Restrooms are shared. These cabins are closed from early fall through the winter season. They sleep up to four people, and there is a two-night minimum stay.


All cabins have a two-night minimum stay throughout the whole year. Pets are not allowed in cabins, but they are allowed at some of the park's campsites. Linens and cooking utensils are not provided at any of the cabins. If you're not interested in roughing it, consider booking one of the park's cottages. All cabins can be booked by calling (585) 493-3600.

Article Written By Heather Carreiro

Heather Carreiro is a certified English teacher who has been writing since 2008. The editor of Matador Abroad, her work has appeared online at BootsnAll, Matador Network, GoNOMAD, Journey Beyond Travel and Expat Women. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in linguistics and Middle Eastern studies from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and is pursuing a Master of Arts in English at Bridgewater State University.

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