Buyers of Warwick NY homes for sale will find themselves part of its vibrant community in no time. Practically historic is the which has been held rain or shine from May through November for nearly 30 years and ranked as one of the finest in the country, featuring local produce, wines, cheese, baked goods, and the chance to gossip and plan meals with the neighbors you meet there! At one time the Warwick area was known for its deeply flavorful black-dirt onion, but these days you're just as likely to see radishes, potatoes, tomatoes, lettuce, carrots and, increasingly, hemp grown and sold locally. a list of some of the vendors, like and
What else does one do in Warwick? Besides browsing the village's shops and enjoying the local fare, there are and Wickham Lake. The itself runs through Warwick, featuring a where birders get a birds-eye-view of hawk migrations. One of Warwick’s prized recreational areas is the where visitors walk and shelter beneath beautiful trees. There are lots of public in Warwick that offer opportunities for skateboarding, soccer, playground play, basketball, picnicking and horseback riding; one of them is the at Greenwood Lake, Orange County’s biggest body of fresh water.