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Warwick’s welcoming community attracts families

Warwick is one of the most populated towns in Orange County, New York, but has acres of agricultural farmland and beautiful outdoor scenery. It was recently named one of the top ten places for a weekend vacation by Stylecaster.com.

The Mount Peter Ski area offers verticals of 400 feet and 69 acres for day and night skiing. Ski lessons are available, as is tubing. The site originally opened in 1936 as a site for Macy’s to showcase its ski fashions and is now New York’s oldest operating ski area.

Other outdoor sites in Warwick include playgrounds, hiking trails and even a waterfall, providing lots of fun for families to explore. The Warwick Valley Farmer’s Market is open on Sundays from May – November. As well, Stanley Deming Park, Mount Peter, Greenwood Lake, the Appalachian Trails and Thomas P. Morahan Beach are all open to the public and offer boating, swimming, winter sports, bird watching, kayaking, paddle boarding, biking and more.

Festivals are popular in the town. A free summer concert series is held in the parks and there are contests, including an onion eating contest, and annual duck derby. Family events are held at the many area farms and orchards, with the Warwick Carnival held each June with rides, games, live entertainment food and fireworks.

There are local wineries and a variety of restaurants.The Warwick Drive-in is a family favorite to catch a movie. Warwick also has a golf course, shopping, art galleries, salons, yoga studios and more. Plus, the Warwick Historical Society offers information, lectures, archives and reenactments from the area.

There’s a little something for everyone at Warwick, especially fun for active families that like to be involved in the community.

Population: 31,305
Median Home Value: $303,100

County: Orange, NY
Latitude: 41.24505851
Longitude: -74.52950583

132 Kings Hwy
Warwick, NY 10990


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