SPECIAL MESSAGE: Chadwick Lake Park Update April 7th, 2020
Beginning Wednesday April 8th, Chadwick Lake will be open to those who presently have a Park Pass (current or expired)*.
*Passes will be issued at the guard station upon the following, you print, fill out and return this form with exact change or a check with the exact amount. You must also present ID and proof of residency if required.
While at the park, practice social distancing guidlines. If the Park appears busy, please come back at a different time or day. Thank you for your understanding.
Parking is only permitted in the main parking lot.
Chadwick Lake Park Information
1702 Route 300
Any one entering Chadwick Lake Park must Check-in at the Guard House
Chadwick Lake is a reservoir supplying water to the Town of Newburgh, in Orange County, New York, United States. It was created by damming Quassaick Creek in 1926. It is located immediately to the northwest of the junction of NY 32 and 300 in the Cronomer Valley section of the town. It is open to the public, and there are recreational facilities near the southern end.
Most of the town's water is supplied today by New York City's Delaware Aqueduct, with the reservoir acting primarily as a backup.
Facilities near the lake's southern end, include three pavilions (for rental), a playground, walking trails, boat rentals, basketball courts and a roller rink. No private water vessels allowed. Fishing is allowed on the lake with proper license; largemouth bass is a common catch.
Please View this Chadwick Lake Brochure below for more information