Letchworth State Park Was Named The Most Beautiful Place In New York And We Have To Agree
By Lisa Sammons|Published November 17, 2021
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Condé Nast, the umbrella brand that includes publications such as GQ, The New Yorker, and Vogue, published a list of the most beautiful places in each state. Anyone who has spent any time in the Empire State knows it’s a tall order to choose just one beautiful place in New York. Our mountains, caves, farmlands, and even our urban sprawling landscapes all have their own special attributes that make them lovely. With 180 state parks and 22 national parks, it goes without saying that we’ve got some gorgeous places throughout the state. The one that topped Condé Nast’s list was the stunning Letchworth State Park in western New York.
Do you agree with the ranking? If not, what’s your vote for most beautiful place in New York? Share in the comments!
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