The finest homemade ice cream, ice cream waffle cones, ice cream cake,
and ice cream pies available in the Hudson Valley region!
Trip Advisor ranks Bellvale Creamery among the Top 10% Ice Cream Parlors in the world!

Holiday Hours: Closed Easter Sunday, April 4 | Open During These Holidays:  Mother’s Day May 9, 12- 9 | May 31 Memorial Day 12- 8 PM | Father’s Day June 20 12-9 pm | July 4th 12- 9 pm | Sept 6 Labor Day 12-8 pm | Oct 11 Columbus Day 12-8 pm

NOW OPEN!
Hours:

  • JUNE-JULY-AUGUST: Open daily, 12-9;
  • SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER 30: Mon-Tue-Wed 12-8, Thu-Sun 12-9
2211, 2021

Closed for Winter.

November 22nd, 2021|0 Comments

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Open daily from 12 noon, starting April 1

Bellvale Creamery on the top of Mount Peter is a “must-stop,” even for hikers on the Appalachian Trail, which passes through from New Jersey into Harriman State Park. Their ice cream is beyond fabulous, attests this writer – homemade – with dangerously addictive, yummy flavors, (one with chunks of fudge inside) and the view over Warwick is great. –

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TripAdvisor-TravelersChoice

travel-awaitsTravelAwaits readers voted in our Best of Travel Awards to help us determine everything from the best beaches to the best national parks. Our readers have spoken. Here are best small-town ice cream shops in the United States…

2021 Winner: Bellvale Farms Creamery

Warwick, New York

It’s no surprise that Bellvale Farms Creamery licked the competition. The dairy farm has one of the best-reviewed ice cream parlors in the country. Plus, it’s located in Warwick, New York, one of the friendliest small towns in the U.S. Postcard-cute, this creamery also features fabulous views from atop Mount Peter.

Walkup Window Only Is Open

Incredible Flavors

The Creamery is located at 1390 Route 17A, Warwick, NY. Open April 1 through October 30. Open at noon every day; closing time depends on the season. Featuring homemade ice cream served in cones, sundaes, or homemade waffles cones. 50 flavors, plus ice cream cakes, pies, and take-home quarts!

Please Note: We love your pets as much as you do but we don’t allow them inside the creamery. At this time, due to COVID restrictions, service is only available from our walk-up windows. Thank you.

Appalachian Trail Community Supporter


Official recharging station for A.T. hikers’ devices, canteens, and relaxation!


The first section of the A.T. opened in Warwick in 1931, six years before the official opening of the entire Appalachian Trail. The Town has been welcoming hikers ever since and was named an A.T. Community™ in 2012.

The Town of Warwick is centrally located on the A.T. between High Point in New Jersey to the west and the Bear Mountain Bridge in New York to the east with easy road access to this entire 65 mile section. The Village of Greenwood Lake in Warwick with many hiker amenities can be accessed directly from the A.T. using the Village Vista Trail. The Pochuck, Wawayanda and Wildcat Shelters on the AT are easily accessed from Warwick and can be used in planning section hikes (no reservations or permits required).

With ample road access and parking within and in the immediate vicinity of Warwick, A.T. hikes of all ability levels can be accommodated. The Wallkill River National Wildlife Reserve, the Pochuck Boardwalk and suspension bridge, the “Stairway to Heaven” at Wawayanda Mountain, spectacular views of the Warwick Valley and Greenwood Lake, and Fitzgerald Falls are all within Warwick or at our immediate doorstep, literally just a few minutes away in neighboring towns. A little further within a 45-minute drive is the beautiful Delaware Water Gap, the clear and clean waters of the upper Delaware River, the NY-NJ Trail Conference’s spectacular  Bear Mountain A.T. rehabilitation project featuring over 1,000 hand-hewn granite steps, and the Bear Mountain Bridge which carries the A.T. across the Hudson River built in 1924.

Celebrating Over 200-Years as a Dairy Farm

Near the Appalachian Trail and
Scenic Greenwood Lake, New York