Amish Trail Brochure & Map

The Amish Trail brochure & map is printed in March of every year with the latest updates.

Please note that the interactive map on this website has the most recent updates.

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Pick up the Amish Trail Brochure & Map

To get your own copy of an Amish Trail brochure & map at any of the following locations:

Northern Gateway: Persia Town Hall in Gowanda, NY

Preview of map of Persia Town Hall in Gowanda, NY

At the Northern Start to the trail, stop at the Persia Town Hall - 8 West Main St. Gowanda, NY 14070. Hours are M, T, Th & F 8:00AM-12:30PM & 1:30-4:00PM

Southern Gateway: Amish Trail Welcome Center in the front of the Randolph Area Municipal Building in Randolph, NY

Preview of map of Amish Trail Welcome Center in Randolph, NY

At the Southern Start to the trail, stop at the Amish Trail Welcome Center in the Randolph Area Municipal Building (24/7 access!)- 72 Main St. Randolph, NY 14772.

Cattaraugus County Center

Preview of map of County Center in Little Valley, NY

The buildings doors are open Monday-Friday from 8:00AM-5:00PM at 303 Court Street, Little Valley, NY 14755.

Stop at a business along the Amish Trail

Stop by any of the businesses along the Amish Trail businesses and pick up an Amish Trail Map.

Download the Brochure & Map

Download the Amish Trail brochure (updated!) to print or to view on the go. Note: The interactive map is a better resource than the printed brochure & map.

View the Brochure

View the Amish Trail Brochure and Map (for print) by clicking on the interactive viewer below.

 
We liked everything about our tour of the Amish countryside.
Joseph from Belfast, NY
Liked the variety of places that we visited. We all had a good time. The baked goods were excellent and reasonable.
Linda from Hamburg, NY
Pat customized the tour to the places we were interested in seeing. We visited Amish shops for candy, quilts, baskets, toys, and a few more.
Lisa from Batavia, NY
We liked having a tour guide with us to explain and give details. Visiting with Amish craftsman, getting to hear their processes and procedures.
Marcia from Medford, Oregon

Fred gave a lot of history behind the area and the customs and traditions of the Amish.  He picked out shops that he thought we would like ...

Donna from Dunkirk, NY with visitors from India

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