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Area Activities

The rolling farmlands and quant villages that surround the Resort are perfect for a day of exploration and new experiences. Enjoy our top picks for local wineries, shopping  and recreation.

Mountain Creek Ski Resort - featuring the largest snowmaking system in the region, A True All-Mountain Terrain Park’ offering a dedicated 65 acres of terrain park and night skiing - 7 days a week. Enjoy a fun filled day of snow tubing, downhill skiing or snowboarding.

Apple & Pumpkin Picking - spend the day picking apples , hunting for the perfect pumpkin or enjoying a hay ride at Pennings Farm Market, Heaven Hill Farm, and Maskers Orchards

Action Park Mountain Creek - the area’s largest waterpark offering 22 different rides, slides and attractions all nestled into a picturesque mountain setting. From the 99 foot drop of the H2-Oh-No speed slide to the whirlwind ride down the Colorado River, Action Park Mountain Creek is a mountain of fun for the whole family. Come ride the mountain!

Eagles Arie Airplane Tour - you spend all your time on our mountain. What about getting above it? See our glorious landscape from a birds-eye-view with Eagles Arie Scenic Airplane and Helicopter Tours! This Saturday, save big on a Mountain Creek Joy Flight, experiencing incredible views of our Resort and the surrounding area. Call 973.702.7002 to book your tour!

Local Wineries - wine tasting at local wineries including Applewood, Westfall, Demarest Hill, Warwick Valley Winery & Distillery. Plus the Resort's very own winery... Cava Winery.

The Village of Warwick, New York, featuring quaint shops, farmers markets, restaurants, bowling, drive-in movie theater, and the annual Applefest

Live performances - Tri State Actors Theater and Sugar Loaf Performing Arts Center

Woodbury Commons - over 220 outlet stores including Ann Taylor, Barneys New York Outlet, Benetton, Brooks Brothers, Burburry, Calvin Klein, Gap Outlet, Nautica, North Face and more!

Lafayette Mill Antique Center is a beautiful old saw mill packed with thousands of antiques and a cute café.

Art Villages - the enchanting Sugar Loaf Village and Peter’s Valley - Both are packed with a sundry of unique craftsmen. Farmers' Markets - The area is rich with local farmers markets including nearby Rogowski Farm, Penning Farm, The Pine Island farm stand and Warwick’s hugely popular Sunday market.

Local Hiking Trails - there are dozens of awe inspiring hiking trails for all abilities.

Specialty Shops such as The Mill Creek Boutique, a quaint little historic shop circa 1770. Lots of great finds! The shop is filled with just the right style to help turn your wardrobe from ordinary into the extraordinary

Local Parks – Enjoy boating, kayaking, fishing, hiking, and bird watching, at area state parks, including High Point, Wawayanda, Stokes, and The Wallkill River National Wildlife Refuge

Appalachian Trail, with plenty of opportunities for hiking and biking

Mountain Creek Bike Park, featuring mountain biking for enthusiasts

Delaware River - spend the day canoeing or tubing down the spectacular Delaware River.

Space Farms Zoo & Museum - this fun local zoo features over 500 animals from over 100 different species

The Sterling Hill Mine Tour & Museum - Come take a 1/4 mile walking adventure into the 4th oldest mine in the country and the last working underground mine in New Jersey. The public tour takes 2 hours and includes a tour of the Mine and "Rainbow Tunnel", the Warren Museum of Fluorescence and the 5,000sf Mining Exhibit Hall.

The Black Dirt Region - The fertile black dirt farming region, located in Orange County, consists today of thousands of very flat acres of deep and richly organic soil, dissected by rivers, drainage ditches and farm roads. To this day, this region is home to hundreds of farms large and small, which serve local produce stands, city green markets, or wholesale supermarket accounts across the continent. The area is well known for its onion production, but also grows varieties of lettuce greens, sweet corn, soybeans, potatoes, carrots, pumpkins, squashes, amongst others