To learn more about the natural history of the region, you'd certainly want to check out the Jamestown Audubon Nature Center - jasny.org. 600 Acre sanctuary and trails, exhibits and nature store. 25 minutes from Brushwood. Contact 716/569-2345 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Even with the Ballons, Starwood still not getting you high enough? You'll
need to fly on down to Dart Airport (D79), Mayville - No Website.
In addition to various flight options, there's a fair sized country flea
market every Friday and Staurday.
The kiddies just can't miss the nations 16th oldest amusement park, established
in 1898 - Midway Park, Maple Springs - midway-park.com.
Route 430, between Mayville & Jamestown.
Bookworms, crawl just as fast as you can to Barbara Berry's Bookshop and Bookbarns, Stow - berrybks.com. Yada yada, tons of books, used, new and rare. A few years ago a large selection of Arkham House titles were in stock. Contact email@example.com or 716/789-5757 to inquire about having MAX the search cat find you old, rare and out of print books.
Before we hear any "whining", we'll let you know about the
great wineries the region sports. The Chautauqua Wine Trail includes
these local wineries:
Like all Lloyd-Wrights, Frank the famous architect's motto was the truth against the world, long attributed to Welsh Druidic origin. The folks in ADF might disagree, but we do know his Graycliff is a must see for fans of FLW's organic design philosophy. Graycliff - graycliff.bfn.org is in Derby, NY, about 40 minutes NE of Brushwood.
More things to do can be found at tourchautauqua.com.