Tuxedo is in, and surrounded by, forest, meaning, you don’t have to leave Tuxedo to get out and play; the town hosts several parks, like (ballfields and a pavilion), (basketball courts and a playground), (tennis courts, a large playground and the home of Tuxedo Little League), (outdoor stage and lighted basketball court) and
The Tuxedo NY community is well-served with not only parks but also by the and For those who wish to give of their time and talents, volunteers are needed there and at which used to be a racetrack, became a dumping ground for a while and now is a lovely nature sanctuary.
Another great thing about Tuxedo is its very pretty one of the original 1885 Tuxedo Park buildings, now a commuter rail stop on the Metro-North Railroad's Port Jervis Line as well as the site of the Held Saturdays from mid-June through the end of October, the market offers goods from local makers such as and For another type of shopping you’ve got the outlets less than 10 miles away!
Looking for entertainment in Tuxedo? One of the great has happened here for more than 40 years. Not far away north, in Monroe, is the charming educating visitors, since 1950, about the lives of 19th-century rural inhabitants. For nightlife you’ll have to stay in Monroe or head west to Warwick. It’s pretty laid back in Tuxedo. But you’ve got the NY State Thruway and Route 17 to hop on should you feel the need for a busier environment.
As a home base, Tuxedo can’t be beat!