Parks & Recreation

Community parks provide an important means to protecting valuable natural resources and preserving safe, scenic areas for resident use and enjoyment. Outdoor recreation plays an important role in people’s lives and provides a healthy outlet for everyday pressures, as it gives people opportunities for socializing, exercising, and decompressing from stress. Both active and passive parkland are part of the Town’s distinctive park system. Residents can enjoy playing fields, tennis courts, children’s playgrounds, hiking paths, swimming and much more.

Warwick Town Park

This park is 47.9 acres and is home to the Town’s Parks Department.

  • 2 Pavilions (total of 30 benches)
  • 18 hole Disc Golf Course
  • 2 Baseball Diamonds
  • Soccer Fields
  • Playground Equipment
  • Walking Trail

Dogs must be leashed; “pooper scooper” use required.

Alcohol, weapons, and horses are prohibited.

Open 9am – 9pm

Union Corners Road

Reserve the Pavilion

Cascade Park

Passive enjoyment of natural environment.

  • Fishing
  • Picnicing
  • Cross Country Skiing
  • Hiking
  • Horseback Riding \Bicylcing

No motorized vehicles (land or water)
Parking at entrance only
Dogs must be leashed
No swimming, fires, alcoholic beverages, overnight camping, hunting, or firearms permitted.

Open Dawn to Dusk

Cascade Lake Road

Pine Island

This 4.8 acre park has many amenities and recreational opportunities.

  • Baseball Field
  • Basketball Court
  • Beach Volleyball Court
  • Playground Area
  • 2 Tennis Courts
  • Fitness Stations

Thomas P. Morahan Waterfront Park

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

DOGS NOT PERMITTED

12 & under must be accompanied by a parent.

Operating Season & Hours
Opening Day:  Memorial Day Weekend,
May 26, 2018
Weekends only:  May 26 through June 24, 2018
7 days a week:  June 25 through Sept 3, 2018

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

Off-season
8 am to 8 pm gates open
No swimming allowed

Town Beach
Greenwood Lake, end of Windermere Ave

Membership and Day Rates:

Pass Type Resident Non-
Resident
Family Season Pass $125 $250
Senior Season Pass $25 $60
Adult Season Pass $60 $125
Child Season Pass $30 $70
Daily Pass $8 $15
Town Resident Guest Pass $10 n/a

Commercial Season Pass – $60 (Motels, Hotels, and B&Bs)

Replacement Badge Cost: $5.00 per badge

LIMITED TO 6 PASSES PER FAMILY — THERE WILL BE A FEE OF $10.00 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL FAMILY MEMBER

Membership Application

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

For more information, please call The Warwick Town Clerk’s Office at 845.986.1124 ext 248.

Wickham Woodlands

Passive enjoyment of natural environment.

  • Picnicking
  • Fishing
  • Passive Boating
  • Biking
  • Portajohn

Open Dawn to Dusk

169 State School Road

Airport Park

This is a 4.4 acre park with flat terrain well suited for field sports.

  • Playground Area
  • Baseball Diamond
  • Restrooms

Dogs must be leashed and “pooper scooper” use required
Alcohol, weapons, and horses are prohibited.

Park & Recreation Plan (June 2006)

Community parks provide an important means to protecting valuable natural resources and preserving safe, scenic areas for resident use and enjoyment. There has also been a growing recognition of the important role outdoor recreation plays in people’s lives.

Through its Park and Recreation Plan, the Town will assess the conditions of its community parks, identify current and future needs, and establish a planning framework to meet those needs, including partnerships and funding sources that would minimize taxpayer investment. The Plan will guide future parkland acquisition and recreational development in the Town of Warwick.

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