Accessed from Pines Bridge Road
Site: 37 acres, wooded with some areas of dense shade with minimal understory, hilly rugged terrain, some level areas, stone walls, rock outcroppings some cliff-like, pond, wetland areas, lengthy trails over varied topography, very varied natural habitats with varied plant material.
History: Donated to the State by James and Bessie Rosenberg. Conveyed in 1963 to the Town of New Castle by the Taconic State Park Commission with stipulation that the property be dedicated for park and recreation purposes.
Management: Indications on Kiosk state that "Warburg Park is a cooperative project between the Town of New Castle Conservation Board and the New Castle Recreation and Parks Commission."
Amenities: Informal parking area, with park sign and iron gate to prevent passage on unpaved road. Passage from parking into park is on road, that goes directly to Town Composting Area (indicated with signage), which has leaf piles and dumpster. Off the road is a trail extending to kiosk with information and trail map. Trail markings are provided for four trails, which loop around, with one returning adjacent to the composting area. Some trails with small boardwalk areas, which remain under water after rain; a few wood benches at pond, some in need of repair.
Parking: Informal partially paved and partially gravel, inclined and located at moderate incline off Pines Bridge Road.
Location: Accessed from Pines Bridge Road, bordered on west boundary by the Taconic Parkway.