All of White Birch Estates homes are located within the Town of Fishkill, providing residents with access to year-round recreational opportunities that hark back to the best of small-town America. Family-friendly activities for residents include an Easter Egg Hunt, Halloween Parade, Dog Show, Fourth of July reading of the Declaration of Independence at Town Hall, Village Craft Fair, Winter Holiday Party, Movies Under the Stars at Geering Park, free concerts in the park throughout the summer months, senior trips and activities at the exceptionally active Senior Citizen Drop-In Center, and a host of children’s and teen’s sports and camp activities including Little League, T-Ball, golf lessons, tennis camp, basketball league for both boys and girls and softball for those 55 and older. Click here to visit the Fishkill recreation website.
In addition, White Birch Estates is about six miles from Dutchess Stadium, home to the minor-league baseball fun of Hudson Valley Renegades’ games and year-round concerts and cultural events. The Town of Fishkill is also proud to announce there are seven parks right here in town - The Maurer Geering Park, Shepheard Memorial Park, Doug Phillips Park, Friendly Paws Park, Jean Van Pelt Park, Dutchess Lake Park and Camp Foster.
In the City of Beacon, the Beacon Memorial Park, Pollepel Island, Riverfront Park, Southern Dutchess Country Club, and the hiking trail voted best in the United States, Breakneck Ridge, are all just as close, as are Beacon Reservoir, Stonykill State Environmental Educational Center and Cold Spring’s Little Stony Point, Lake Surprise and the Cold Spring Reservoir. Fishkill Outlet Village, The Poughkeepsie Galleria and other major shopping centers are just eight miles away, while Fishkill’s Soccer Complex Park is a few miles away.
The area is rich in history, too-offering family-friendly tours of several key Revolutionary War sites, including The Mount Gulian Historic Site and The Madam Brett Homestead, where George Washington slept.