The settlement of Grafton was part of a rapid movement west to the new frontier in the early to mid-1700's. The Current family, one of Grafton's first residents, were late seventeenth-century Irish immigrants who entered the continent by the way of Maryland.
Valley Falls State Park is a day-use park with fishing and picnicking. The 18 miles of hiking and mountain bike trails are open to the public. There is no admission to enter state operated parks and forests.
Open year round as a restaurant, general store and gift shop. The restaurant serves Buckwheat cakes all day long with the famous foot long hotdogs.
Perfect your swing on our championship golf course, swim in our outdoor and indoor pools, or ski down our 47 slopes and trails. No matter the season, you'll find no shortage of family-friendly activities.