A Quaint Historic Town
Only Minutes from the Largest Old Order Amish CommunityThe City of Randolph is a quaint historic village nestled in the Enchanted Mountains of Cattaraugus County in New York State, only minutes from the largest Old Order Amish community. The Amish have a unique and interesting culture, which can be seen throughout the community. Randolph is conveniently located withing 20 minutes of Allegany State Park, Jamestown, Ellicottville and Chautauqua, New York. Take exit 16 off of New York’s Interstate-86.
There’s Lots to Do in Randolph!
Randolph has a distinctive downtown with attractive, historic structures, beautiful homes and tree-lined village streets where you can spend the day shopping or dining at one of the many family-owned restaurants. Spring and summer are the perfect seasons for playing 18 holes at the public golf course or exploring the local alpaca farms. Randolph’s Welcome Center is located at 72 Main Street. Here you will find maps, a schedule of upcoming events and a directory of local businesses. Tours are available by calling the Randolph Area Community Development Corporation at (716)358-9701 ext. 208.
Visitors can enjoy the fall foliage while taking advantage of the paved walking path at Weeden Road Recreation Park. The State Fish Hatchery is located on Hatchery Road just off Route 394, the Hatchery has no admission fee and visitors can visit to feed the fish year ‘round. Randolph is a snowmobile-friendly community with corridor and secondary trails leading directly into downtown. Randolph’s trails are connected to the rest of Cattaraugus County and Western New York region.
Randolph Area Community
72 Main Street
Randolph, NY 14772
716-358-9701 ext. 208