Located just east of Saratoga Springs among green rolling hills is the Town of Greenwich. Less than an hour from New York’s Capital District, Lake George, the Adirondacks and southern Vermont, Greenwich offers visitors and residents good restaurants, attractive shops and many leisure activities with quick access to some of New York’s and Vermont’s best recreation areas.
The Village of Greenwich on the banks of the Batten Kill, a nationally recognized trout stream, has been called “the most extraordinary, beautiful and architecturally intact village in all of upstate New York”. Nineteenth century storefronts line Main Street and provide distinctive dining and shopping in a historic small town environment. The downtown area is surrounded by stately Greek revival and Victorian homes.
Come see why Capital Magazine said Greenwich, New York “Looks like the village you always wished you had grown up in”.
Nestled adjacent to the Hudson River and the Battenkill, a nationally recognized trout stream, is the village of Greenwich, New York. Called “the most extraordinary, beautiful and architecturally intact village in all of upstate New York”, Greenwich offers a variety of restaurants and a very alive Main Street. Come enjoy our annual Whipple City Festival in June. There is much to discover in southern Washington County. Enjoy the journey!
Come to fish, tube, canoe or swim in the Battenkill, golf at local courses, or tour the country roads by bicycle at a leisurely pace, technically in the Town of Easton, but supported by the Villages of Greenwich and Cambridge.
Discover the area’s historic role in the Revolutionary War, the French and Indian War and the Underground Railroad in the Village of Greenwich and Easton. Plan a trip to the Antique & Flea Markets or Craft Fairs held at the Washington County Fairgrounds.
Pick fresh fruits and vegetables right at the farm or select fresh produce from our local farm stands and Farmers Markets each summer and fall. In August, visit the Washington County Fair, “an agricultural tradition for over a century”, one of the state’s biggest & best. At Christmas cut your own tree at a local tree farm and enjoy the beauty of a winter trek through fresh snow.
Enjoy our summer concerts at the gazebo in Mowry Park, the annual Whipple City Festival held the 3rd weekend of June and the downtown Business District events, Stroll though the village of Greenwich, rich with Victorian and Greek revival architecture, village greens and gardens. Enjoy one of the Historic House or Garden tours in June & December.