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New York State #39 Highway Guide

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Junction: US Highway 20
New York State Highway 39 begins at its western terminus on NY US Highway 20. North to the community of Sheridan, Chautauqua County, NY. To the south, to the community of Fredonia, Chautauqua County, NY.
1.9
3.1
902 ft.
Sheridan, NY
Country Road 91, off New York State Highway 39, leads to the community of Sheridan, Chautauqua County, New York.
5.0
8.1
932 ft.
Forestville, NY
Community of Forestville, Chautauqua County, New York; site of the annual Forestville Apple Festival held on the first weekend of October, features a craft fair, parade, special events, and a harvest dinner. The oldest standing brick structure in Forestville is the High School's 'Bell Tower.'
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14.9
1234 ft.
Reservoir
Silver Creek Reservoir is accessed from Country Touring Route 93, then turn on Hopper Road.
14.1
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1322 ft.
Perrysburg, NY
Community of Perrysburg, Cattaraugus County, New York. Limited services.
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28.7
761 ft.
Junction: US Highway 62
Junction of New York State Highway 39 & US Highway 62, in the community of Gowanda, Erie and Cattaraugus Counties, New York. Historic Bank of Gowanda, built in 1914 and Gowanda Village Historic District on Main Street. US Highway 62 goes on a south-west route to the community of Dayton, Cattaraugus County, New York. NOTE: To the north, this highway overlaps NY State Highway 39 on Buffalo Street.
18.6
29.9
801 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 438
Intersection of New York State Highway 39/US Highway 62 & New York State Highway 438, which proceeds northwest to an intersection with US Interstate Highway 90 (New York State Thruway) and ends at its intersection with NY State Highway 5/US Highway 20, in the community of Irving, Chautauqua County, New York.
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32.0
879 ft.
Bagdad, NY
Wheateater Road, off New York State Highway 39/US Highway 62 goes to the community of Bagdad, Erie County, New York.
20.4
32.8
804 ft.
Junction: US Highway 62
NOTE: US Highway 62 separates from New York State Highway 39 at this juncture and proceeds north to the community of Taylor Hollow, Erie County, New York.
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34.0
896 ft.
Gowanda Country Club
Quaker Street/Country Road 94, turn on Country Road 511, then Country Road 449 to Gowanda Country Club: 18-hole, par 71 golf course (2623 Brown Street, Tel. 716-337-2100).
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39.2
1106 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 75
Community of Collins Center, Erie County, New York, at the junction of New York State Highway 39 and New York State Highway 75 (which proceeds north to the community of Marshfield, Erie County, New York).
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46.8
1381 ft.
Morton Corners & Woodside, NY
Communities of Morton Corners and Woodside, both in Erie County, New York. Morton Corners is on New York State Highway 39 while Woodside can be accessed on Morton Corners-Wyandale Road. Limited services in both communities.
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53.4
1371 ft.
Junction: US Highway 219
Junction of New York State Highway 39 & US Highway 219. North to the community of North Boston, Erie County, New York. To the south, to the community of Ellicottville, Cattaraugus County, New York.
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54.8
1335 ft.
Springville, NY
Community of Springville, Erie County, New York. Historic Buffalo, Rochester and Pittsburgh Railroad Station and Citizens National Bank, on Main Street; East Main-Mechanic Streets Historic District.
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57.5
1368 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 240
Junction of New York State Highway 39 & New York State Highway 240. To the north, NY State Highway 240 goes to the community of East Concord, Erie County, New York. To the south, this highway goes to the community of West Valley, town of Ashford, Cattaraugus County, New York.
43.5
70.0
1391 ft.
Sardinia, NY
Community of Sardinia, Erie County, New York. Sardinia has 38 historic buildings, among them the First Baptist Church, which now houses the historical society, and the Rider-Hopkins Farm and Olmsted Camp on Benton Road. Sardinia Town Park: playground, picnic tables/pavilions, tennis/basketball courts, swimming pool, baseball fields (13169 Genesee Road, Tel. 716-496-7374).
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72.3
1434 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 16
Junction of New York State Highway 39 & New York State Highway 16. To the north is the community of Chaffee, Erie County, New York. NOTE: To the south, both highways overlap each other.
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73.6
1424 ft.
Yorkshire, NY
Community of Yorkshire, Cattaraugus County, New York. NOTE: At this junction, NY State Highway 16 ends its overlap with NY State Highway 39, and proceeds south to the community of Yorkshire, Cattaraugus County, New York.
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78.1
1480 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 98
Intersection of New York State Highway 39 & New York State Highway 98. Community of Arcade, Wyoming County, New York. Arcade Center Farm, a historic home and farm built around 1835. To the north, NY State Highway 98 heads to the community of Java, Wyoming County, New York. South to the community of Sandusky, Cattaraugus County, New York.
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1886 ft.
Lake
Hiram Lake, Wyoming County, New York. Fishing. Access is on Hiram Road.
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1772 ft.
Eagle, NY
Community of Eagle, Wyoming County, New York. Lake Willene and Dream Lake can be accessed from Eagle Road, left on Genesee Road, then right on Town Line Road. Fishing.
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93.9
1745 ft.
Junction: New York State Highgway 362
Junction of New York State Highway 39 & New York State Highway 362. Community of Bliss, Wyoming County, New York. NY State Highway 362 proceeds north to the community of Wethersfield, Wyoming County, New York.
64.5
103.8
1765 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 19
New York State Highway 39 & New York State Highway 19 intersect at this point. Both highways overlap each other on Allegany Road, after which NY State Highway 19 turns north to the community of Gainesville, Wyoming County, New York. Community of Pike, Wyoming County, New York; location of The Wyoming County Fairgrounds.
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108.2
1545 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 436
Junction of New York State Highway 39 & New York State Highway 436. To the west, NY State Highway turns west, then south to the community of Portageville, town of Genesee Falls, Wyoming County, New York.
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113.0
1407 ft.
Castile, NY
Community of Castile, Wyoming County, New York, Junction of New York State Highway 39 & New York State Highway 19A, which goes north to the community of Silver Springs, town of Gainesville, Wyoming County, New York. To the south, NY State Highway 19A ends at its junction with NY State Highway 436.
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115.1
1362 ft.
Park
Castile Village Park
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121.4
1470 ft.
State Park
Take Country Road 7, off New York State Highway 39 to Silver Lake State Park, town of Castile, Wyoming County, New York; fishing, hiking, seasonal deer and small game hunting, cross-country skiing, picnic tables, boat launch.
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123.0
1444 ft.
Silver Lake, NY
Community of Silver Lake, town of Castile, Wyoming County, New York. Places of interest: Epworth Hall, built in 1892, Silver Lake Institute Historic District; Charcoal Corral (has a mini golf, arcade, ice cream/pizza parlor, and two drive-in theaters.
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124.6
1375 ft.
Perry, NY
Community of Perry, Wyoming County, New York, at the junction of New York State Highway 39 and New York State Highway 246. Perry Village Park on Lake Street has tennis/basketball courts, fishing pond, pavilions for rent, wading pool, and playground equipment. Barney Kalise Park on Park Avenue. NY State Highway 246 heads north to the community of Covington, Wyoming County, New York.
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132.4
912 ft.
State Park
Letchworth State Park in Livingston and Wyoming Counties, New York, along the Genesee River. Has three large waterfalls on the river and several small waterfalls, a gorge with rock walls rising up to 550 ft. Known as the 'Grand Canyon of the East.' Park facilities: pavilions, cabins, playground, pool, picnic tables, campsites, horse riding trails. Activities include fishing, hunting, biking, hiking, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, whitewater rafting, snow tubing, ice skating, and kayaking. Tel. 585-493-3600 (Visitor Center).
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650 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 36
Junction of New York State Highway 39 & New York State Highway 36. Community of Leicester, Livingston County, New York. Historic Delaware, Lackwanna & Western Railroad Station, built in 1915, is on South Park Drive. To the north, NY State Highway 36 goes to the community of Wadsworth, Livingston County, New York. After a brief overlap with NY State Highway 39 on Main St, to the west, this highway turns south on Mt. Morris Rd and goes to the community of Mt. Morris, Livingston County, New York.
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574 ft.
Cuylerville, NY
Community of Cuylerville, Livingston County, NY. Limited services. Historic National Hotel, built in 1841, is on 2927 Main Street.
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561 ft.
Boyd-Parker State Park, NY
Boyd-Parker State Park, named in honor of two American soldiers who were tortured to death by Native Americans during the American Revolution. Features some small monuments and historical markers. An old bur oak tree in the park's northeast corner is said to be the tree used in torturing Boyd and Parker. Limited parking available, open daily, closes at 10:00 PM.
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538 ft.
Bridge
Bridge on Cuylerville Road.
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745 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 63
Junction of New York State Highway 39 & New York State Highway 63. To the south, NY State Highway 63 intersects US Interstate 390 and heads to the community of Groveland, Livingston County, NY. NOTE: To the north, both highways overlap briefly on Mt Morris Road. NY State Highway 39 proceeds north to the community of Geneseo, Livingston County, NY.
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745 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 63
NOTE: New York State Highway 63 separates from New York State Highway 39 and heads north to the community of Piffard, Livingston County, New York.
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144.2
771 ft.
Geneseo, NY
Community of Geneseo, Livingston County, New York. Areas of interest include The Homestead (a historic house), Livingston County Courthouse (2 Court Street), Geneseo Airport (3400 Big Tree Lane, Tel. 585-243-32100), and Livingston Country Club (4436 Lakeville Road, Tel. 585-243-0446, public golf course).
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152.1
748 ft.
Country Road 52
Country Road 52/Triphammer Road intersects US Interstate Highway 390 to the west.
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153.8
709 ft.
Paper Mill Falls, NY
Off New York State Highway 39, on Paper Mill Road, to Paper Mill Falls, a small community park in Avon, Livingston County, NY. Picnic tables, small parking area. Tel. 585-226-2425.
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577 ft.
Junction: US Highway 20/NY State Highway 5
New York State Highway 39 ends at this junction with NY US Highway 20 and New York State Highway 5. To the west, US Highway 20 ends its overlap with NY State Highway 5 and turns west on Telephone Road. NY State Highway 5 continues north to Caledonia, NY. To the east, both highways go to Lima, NY. Community of Avon, Livingston County, New York. Some historic structures in Avon, NY are the Aaron Barber Memorial Building (143 Genesee St) and Halls Opera Block (15-19 Genesee St). - Start/Finish of Free Road Map RV Highway Travel Guide - LD10e