Set on the banks of the majestic Hudson River, the city of Newburgh is conveniently located along New York State Highway 17K, just minutes from Interstate 84 and the New York State Thruway.
Newburgh is a diverse community that welcomes visitors to experience its historic landmarks and beautiful waterfront. The City is currently in a period of growth in community investment, improving the lives of all of its citizens. Newburgh provides attractions for young and old, from museums to boutiques to parks and ball fields.
From May to October, narrated sightseeing and private charter boat cruises are offered on the Hudson River. The Newburgh Country Club features a meticulously maintained 18-hole golf course.
Newburgh is also home to many historical sites, including the Crawford House (a maritime collection listed on the National Registry of Historic Places) on 189 Montgomery Street, the New Windsor Cantonment (the site of Continental Army encampment circa 1782-1783) located on Temple Hill Road and Washington’s Headquarters State Historic Site, a national landmark that was the headquarters for George Washington from 1782-1783. The famous house on 84 Liberty Street features an adjacent museum and is open from mid-April through October.
Newburgh is one of the fastest-growing areas in Orange County today. The city offers choice real estate, fine educational and recreational facilities, and some of the most fascinating attractions of early American history. More and more people are beginning to discover this city.