Warwick, NY —
An Apple a Day

Warwick is known for it’s apple picking, with multiple orchards beckoning weekend guests with children hungry for the outdoors and hay maze fun.

A town in the southwest part of Orange County, New York
Just under a two hour drive from New York City
Getting Here
Take NJ-208 N onto I-287 S, Exit 57, Right - Skyline Drive, Right - Greenwood Lake Turnpike, Continue onto Warwick Turnpike

"Make sure to wear your flannel and boots!"

The first weekend in October is usually reserved for our annual Applefest festival. It is listed in the Top 100 Things To Do in the Country. 30,000 people come to partake in the fun, with food vendors and craft booths littering the center of town, and antique yard sales welcoming attendees from all over the state and beyond. Stay in one of our historic B&B’s and call it a weekend. Make sure to wear your flannel and boots!

Local Tips

When attending Applefest, I like to come in early, before 10 am, to watch the vendors set up and preview the day’s activity and offerings. Then, when it gets to be around noon, I get out before the mayhem really starts!

Special Features

The town has many quaint locally owned bed & breakfasts, but they book up fast. Call months, or even a year, in advance if you plan to stay.

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