Nearby year round activities include touring Amish country along the New York Amish Trail and visiting local wineries. In spring and summer, hike, white water raft, camp, fish, golf, ride, horseback, enjoy hayrides, or just relax in the peaceful surroundings of your cabin around the warmth and ambiance of a camp fire. In the fall, the hills and fields burst forth in splendid color providing breathtaking beauty.


Hunters will love our accommodations with good deer and turkey hunting on our remote property providing excellent hunting opportunities. As you may know some of the largest deer in the state come out of our area in Cattaraugus County, the Enchanted Mountains of Western NY and Chautauqua County.

Near Aim High cabins, you’ll have plenty to do:

Amish Country

Amish Buggy heading down the road

Travel through NY’s Amish Trail and patronize the amish shops. We will provide you with maps, helpful hints and information for guided tours.

Unique Attractions

Visit local unique attractions such as:


Fish in local lakes or streams. The nearby Cattaraugus Creek is famous for steelhead fishing.

Canoe / Kayak / Whitewater Rafting

Canoe/Kayak in local lakes or streams. The springtime is great for scheduling a whitewater rafting trip on the Cattaraugus Creek. If you are an experienced whitewater kayaking you could get in touch with the Zoar Valley Paddling Club and hang out with them on the water. Canoe & Kayak in Cattaraugus County


Hike on marked trails at Allegany State Park and beyond!

XC Skiing

Cross-Country Ski on, the largest trail system in Western New York, the Art Roscoe Trail System at Allegany State Park.


Snowmobile on a snowmobile trailer at one of our cabins.

We used to have direct trail access on a snowmobile trail that went through our property but due to an issue down the trail the snowmobile club had to redirect the trail. If you'd like to use a cabin as home base for a snowmobiling adventure then please contact us.

More information

For more information contact us or Cattaraugus County Tourism at or 1-800-331-0543.