The Town of Marbletown is located in the central portion of Ulster County on the eastern edge of the Catskills and the northern edge of the Shawangunk Mountains.
Marbletown today encompasses 54.9 square miles and is bordered by the Towns of Hurley, Olive, Rochester, New Paltz and Rosendale. Marbletown’s scenic landscape, mountain views and abundant farmland help define its rural character. The Town is rich in architectural heritage, boasting four nationally registered historic districts. Historic homes, churches, restaurants, farm stands, retail shops, alternative and traditional health care providers, a canal museum, a library, and a performing arts center can all be found in the commercial hamlets of High Falls and Stone Ridge. Outdoor recreational facilities include the O&W Rail Trail and the Marbletown Town Park where kids play organized sports and enjoy summer camp, and where residents make use of the pavilion, playground, and the Esopus Creek. In High Falls, the history of the Delaware and Hudson Canal can be appreciated via a stroll along the Five Locks Walk. Programs for children, teens, adults and senior citizens are offered year-round at the Marbletown Community Center on Main Street in Stone Ridge.