Day Trip to Greenwich, NY

Greenwich map

In Greenwich, New York you'll find a rural paradise of rolling hills, rivers, streams, waterfalls, trees...and even a few cows on the many family-owned farms that still dot this area, as well as neighboring Argyle. The Battenkill offers fishing, canoeing and swimming. There's a skating area in the village in the wintertime, and you can enjoy sledding and snowmobiling in the area's many open fields.

Greenwich is located in Washington County, just east of Saratoga Springs and convenient to the city's nightlife and attractions, yet is a world apart, offering a peaceful recluse. Greenwich is the birthplace of Grandma Moses and the home of Susan B Anthony.

You may also find it an affordable alternative for lodging and dining. The events in Greenwich are a great way to get a taste of the country life like the fiddlers weekend! A favorite event is the annual Washington County Fair held in August every year.

Greenwich, NY Listings
Argyle Brewing Company
Argyle Brewing Company
Greenwich, NY
We are a small "Farm to Glass" craft brewery located at 1 Main Street, Greenwich, NY committed to using New York ingredients to create our tasty beers.
Battenkill Fibers Carding and Spinning Mill
Greenwich, NY
Looking to transform your raw fiber into yarn or carded fiber? Battenkill Fibers Carding & Spinning Mill offers spinning & carding services using traditional machinery. They also produce yarns and fiber products for wholesale and retail markets.
Washington County Fair Inc.
Greenwich, NY
The fair brings together the best of everything, entertainment, 4-H Displays, Food, Music, Great Rides and more animals than anywhere else; We truly have something for everyone.
Willard Mountain Ski Area
Greenwich, NY
Willard Mountain offers all the fun and excitement of alpine skiing, snowboarding, and snow tubing, all just a short drive from Saratoga Springs, Albany, or Glens Falls. Fun for all ages and skill levels, this is New York's coolest little ski area.
The Adirondack School of Northeastern New York
Greenwich, NY
Located on the bank of the Hudson River in Greenwich, NY, The Adirondack School of Northeastern New York has provided a safe, caring, and supportive environment for students in the 6th through 12th grades for 15 years!
Greenwich Farmers' Market
The Greenwich Farmers' Market is open every Wednesday from 3:00pm-6:00pm through December 20, 2017. Come buy vegetables, eggs, grass-fed beef, honey, pastured chicken and pork, maple syrup, and more goods!
Greenwich Therapeutic Massage
Greenwich, NY
High quality services are available here!!! Offering Therapeutic Massage, Acupuncture, Skin Care Treatments, and HEALTHY Nail Care Services. Our products are organic & natural. Practitioners work with you to obtain personilized, optimal results!
Grin Mobile Laser Tag
Bring one of the most unique and exciting activities available for your party, fundraiser, festival, or any event where you want to add some high energy fun.
Just Because
Greenwich, NY
Just Because is the little shop that is big with excitement! Find a carefully selected array of women's apparel, fashion accessories and jewelry, home accents and adorables items for baby. Plus, we offer a great assortment of Vera Bradley products!
Over Time: Antiques and More
Greenwich, NY
Not your average country antique shop! Love the warmth of a country home? Stop in and discover a charming mix of old & new country home decor just perfect for your home or gift giving. Located in downtown Greenwich, plan to come and spend the day.

Greenwich... the village you wish you had grown up in

Greenwich has been called "the most extraordinary, beautiful and architecturally intact village in all upstate New York." It is located north of Albany and east of Saratoga in a charming village full of shops, restaurants and wonderful places to stay.

In the summer fish, canoe and swim in the Battenkill, golf at two public courses or tour the gently rolling hills on your bicycles. In the winter enjoy skiing, both downhill and cross-country, tubing and snowboarding.

The Washington County Fair, held in August, features everything a country fair is known for - animals, flowers, food, preserves, antiques and gifts. Of course, there are many, many exciting rides as well!

Discover the history of Greenwich. Take a walking tour of the village and learn about the involvement of prominent citizens in the Underground Railroad in the 1800's.

Plan a short visit or a longer stay. You will be glad that you did!

Information provided by:
Wendy and Richard Duvall