Middletown Campus Map

By car from NYC (1 hour 40 minutes):

The Palisades Interstate Parkway provides the most direct and picturesque route to our campus. Because this route offers a glimpse of a lovely view overlooking the Hudson River as well as a bird’s eye view of the Woodbury area, it is recommended for first-time visitors.

      • Get on FDR Drive from Spruce St. and Frankfort St.

      • Continue on FDR Drive. Drive from Palisades Interstate Pkwy N to Highlands. Take exit 18 from Palisades Interstate Pkwy N. Feel free to take rest stops and admire the serene view overlooking the Hudson River!

      • At Long Mountain Cir, take the 2nd exit onto US-6 W. Be sure to take a look at the locally infamous Bear Mountain State Park, featuring some of the best hiking opportunities in the region as well as a lake and vast, open spaces for a refreshing picnic! Perfect, affordable rest stop all year round.

      • Continue to Goshen. Take exit 123 from US-6 W.

      • Continue on NY-17M W. Take County Rd 78 to Ashley Ave in Middletown.

By bus from NYC (1.5 to 2 hours):
      • From Port Authority Bus Terminal (Gates 401-409) take Shortline Coach USA to Shortline Terminal, 14 Railroad Ave, Middletown. Buses leave every 30 minutes to 1.5 hour intervals starting at 7:50 am.

      • Continue to 1 Ashley Ave.

By train from NYC (1 hour 40 minutes to 2 hours):
      • From Penn Station, board a train to Secaucus Junction (Montclair-Boonton Line, Morris & Essex Line, North Jersey Coast line, or Northeast Corridor) for about 10 minutes to Frank R. Lautenberg Rail Station (Secaucus Junction, NJ).

      • Transfer at Secaucus Junction and take the Port Jervis Line to Middletown, NY.

      • Continue to 1 Ashley Ave.​

What should you know about Middletown, NY? ​
      • It is a small, safe, and friendly town in Orange County, NY.

      • It is near the Wallkill River and the foothills of the Shawangunk Mountains, which is one of the most beautiful areas to reside in NY. ​

      • It is an hour and a half drive from New York City; it also has public buses and trains to the City.

      • The average temperature is 45 high and 25 low during the winter and 81 high and 61 low during the summer.