Vacation destination for over 200 years!

Greenwood Lake is Orange County, New York’s largest body of fresh water, 50 miles northwest of New York City. Greenwood Lake is nine miles long, fed by springs and brooks, with half in New York and half in New Jersey.

The Dutch came from New Amsterdam around 1689 and settled in the Dutch Hollow area of Greenwood Lake. Greenwood Lake was a popular place for vacationers from the New York City area in the late 1800’s and the early 1900’s. Vacationers came to Greenwood Lake by way of the Erie Railroad and horse and buggy. Once they got to Greenwood Lake, steamboats met them at Sterling Forest. Today people visit Greenwood Lake to go boating, swimming, jet & water skiing, fishing, ice-skating, ice-fishing, and snow sledding.

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Pass Type Resident Non-Resident
Family Season Pass $110 $200
Senior Season Pass $25 $60
Adult Season Pass $50 $100
Child Season Pass $25 $60
Daily Pass $4 $10
Town Resident Guest Pass $4

Thomas P. Morahan
Waterfront Park

Town Beach
Greenwood Lake, end of Windermere Ave

Warwick Town Beach includes a sandy beach area on Greenwood Lake, daily (resident/non-resident) and season passes available.

  • Restrooms
  • Lifeguard Supervised Swimming Area
  • Children’s Play Area
  • Volleyball Court
  • Picnic Area


12 & under must be accompanied by a parent.

Replacement Badge Cost: $5 per badge

2015 Membership Application

2015 Flyer and Cost Information

Fees & Application for use of Thomas P. Morahan
Waterfront Park

Operating Season
Opening Day:  Memorial Day Weekend, May 23, 2015
Weekends only:  May 23 through June 28, 2015
7 days a week:  June 29 through Sept 7, 2015

Hours of Operation: 11:00am – 7:00pm (hours life guards on duty)

Membership/ Day Rates:
Commercial Season Pass – $60 (Motels, Hotels, and B&Bs
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8 am to 8 pm gates open
No swimming allowed


For more information, please call The Warwick Town Clerk’s Office at (845) 986-1124 ext 248