The Wallkill Golf Club is a town-owned golf course built in 1991 by landscape architect Steve Esposito. This New England-style course was designed through lagoons and around rolling terrain which meanders through heavily wooded areas lined with hemlock, oak and shagbark hickory. The Fountains is the perfect venue to host your wedding, social event, business reception, corporate event. We also offer upscale golfing packages.
18 Hole Golf Course with a Spectacular View!
Each hole provides a feeling of total isolation. The first two holes and 17th and 18th holes play around a large picturesque lagoon while the rest of the course meanders through the wooded ridges throughout the property.
We invite you to enjoy all the amenities of this daily fee golf club, annually rated by Golf Digest’s “places to play” with a 4 star rating, it’s a true winner. This beautiful championship 18 hole layout is 1.5 hrs of easy highway driving from NYC. The fine dining facilities brought to you by The Fountains is an enticing choice for your next golf outing, charity golf fund raiser or corporate group event. Our menu selections may be previewed below.
At The Fountains our staff will have the ability to cater and coordinate your next golf outing and make it a successful and fun day for all in the spring summer and fall season. The golf course is open from March to December weather permitting.
Our newly remodeled Lake House sits on 200 acres of the most picturesque views in the Hudson Valley. The beautiful mountain lakes and fountains almost touch the landscaped back deck of your special gathering. We host only one event at a time to ensure every detail of your affair is handled to your complete satisfaction. We offer the finest in gourmet dining and culinary delights by our Culinary Institute trained chefs. The Lake house ballroom can easily accommodate 250 guests. Our cocktail room is an amazing rotunda, with views of the countryside and modern fountains to add peaceful serenity for your special party. We are located in Middletown N.Y. just off of route 17.