Springville, NY Summer Camps

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Camp Seven Hills
Holland, NY 14080  
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Holland, NY  
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About Springville, NY

Springville is a village in the southeast part of the town of Concord in Erie County, New York, United States. Springville is the principal community in the town and a major business location in south Erie County. The population was 4,596 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Buffalo–Niagara Falls Metropolitan Statistical Area. Springville, NY was formally named "Fiddler's Green" before it was renamed "Springville". In 1808, Samuel Cochran became the first permanent settler in the town. The Springville Academy, opening in 1830, became the first high school in the county. It was given its current name, Springville Griffith Institute, in 1867 to honor a donor. The Village of Springville was incorporated in 1834 from part of the Town of Concord. Dygert Farm on Elk St. was the site of the first Erie County Fair. The following are listed on the National Register of Historic Places: Citizens National Bank, Buffalo, Rochester and Pittsburgh Railroad Station, The Baptist Church of Springville, East Main-Mechanic Streets Historic District, Scobey Power Plant and Dam, and US Post Office-Springville.

Notable residents

Erwin F. Dygert, noted importer of Belgian horses, and harness racing Elon Howard Eaton, ornithologist, attended school in Springville Niles Fuller, portrait photographer Asher P. Nichols, State Senator "Grandpa" Harold Olmstead, Harvard-educated landscape and estate designer and artist Tom Reynolds, Republican politician George Schuster, Driver of the 1908 New York to Paris Auto Race Glenn "Pop"...