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Amherst State Park

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Amherst State Park

Amherst State Park is a small park in Erie County, New York, USA. The park is partially in the Village of Williamsville with the balance located in the Town of Amherst on land formerly belonging to a convent and surrounding property of the Franciscan Sisters. The park is northeast of Buffalo, New York.

The area was formerly called "Williamsville Glen."

The park consists of 77 acres (310,000 m2) next to Ellicott Creek. Nature trails and biking trails are available for the general public. The main access point is at 400 Mill Street in Williamsville.

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External links

  • Some photos and directions
  • AmherstStatePark.com has maps, documents and a forum about the Park



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