Exit 48A off NYS Thruway (I-90) and six miles south on Route 77 to 9993 Allegheny Road, Darien Center, NY 14040.
Directions from Canada
From Lewiston-Queenston Bridge: from customs, bear to the left. Take I-190 South. Cross the Grand Island Bridge. Once off the south bridge, keep to the right and take I-290 East towards Albany. Continue on I-290 for approximately seven miles. Get into the left lane and turn onto I-90 East towards Albany. Travel about 14 miles to exit 48A. Turn right after the tollbooth onto Route 77 South. The Theme Park is located six miles on the left.
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From Peace Bridge: After customs, follow signs to the I-190 South. Follow I-190 South and merge onto the I-90 East towards Albany. Stay on I-90 East to exit 48A (Pembroke/Media). Take a right onto Route 77 South off the exit. The theme park is located six miles south on the left-hand side.
are suggested below for concerts, high volume weekends and highway construction considerations.
From Buffalo: Take Route 20 East (Broadway) to Route 77. Continue north two miles.
From Rochester: Take NYS I-90 to exit 48 (Batavia). Take Route 98 South to Route 20. Take Route 20 West to Route 77, continue two miles north.
From east of Rochester/Syracuse: Take NYS I-90 to exit 46 (390 South). Take 390 South to Route 20. Take Route 20 West to Route 77, continue two miles north.
From Corning/Elmira/Binghamton: Take Route 17/86 West to 390 North. Take 390 North to Route 20, continue west to Route 77, continue two miles north.
From Canada: Take NYS I-90 to exit 48A. Go six miles south on Route 77.
From Cleveland/Pittsburgh and points west: take NYS I-90 East to exit 48A. Go six miles south on Route 77, or call for alternate routes.