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Sports in Chautauqua 

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 From Learn to Play on Land, Water and Snow
With six lakes, including approximately 50 miles of Lake Erie shoreline, numerous creeks and waterways, golf courses, resorts, and an average annual snowfall of more than 200 inches, Chautauqua County offers a four season recreational playground.  
Opportunities abound for the novice to the expert in golf, sailing, hiking, biking, fishing, skiing, snowmobiling and more.  

       

                     Sailing                           Fishing                            Hiking   

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  Utilize Our Natural Assets
From summer camps and interpretive trails to bird migration flyways, Chautauqua's four-seasons and natural assets offer plenty of opportunities for exploring the natural world on foot, bike, snowmobile or other means. The night sky is magnificent in Chautauqua.

                       

                                             Birding                         Snowmobiling                                 Biking   

                                                                       College Sports

The Alfred University Saxons compete in NCAA Division lll sports.  It has 23 men's and women's varsity teams including men's lacrosse, women's volleyball and skiing.   Alfered is the second oldest coeducational college in the United States and one of the earliest nineteenth century colleges to have enrolled African American and Native American students. 

The Houghton College  Highlanders are a NCAA Division lll college.  Sports are an important part of campus life, for the1,000+ students, who come from across the nation and around the globe.  Houghton is part of the Empire 8 Athletic Conference

           

  Alfred University "Saxons"         Houghton College "Highlanders"

Golf

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Horseback Riding

Hunting

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