Sloatsburg is a village in the town of Ramapo in Rockland County, New York, United States. Located east of Orange County, it is at the southern entrance to Harriman State Park. The population is around  3,200. The village is named after Stephen Sloat, an early European landowner.

Sloatsburg isa small community nestled in the foothills of the Ramapo Mountains.  We are surrounded by several State Parks which offer hiking, swimming, boating, camping,  skiing and a glimpse into the past.  At the end of your day, make sure to stop by one of our eateries to digest all that you have seen.

What makes us different  from many other communities is that we cherish our country feel and look to preserve the history of our village.

Sloatsburg’s local businesses fulfill all your needs but if you care to  venture out, we are centrally located within a 25 minute drive of all major shopping areas from the malls on Route 17, the Palisades Mall in West Nyack, and Woodbury Commons in Harriman NY.

The Town of Ramapo, of which Sloatsburg is one of fifteen villages, was voted as the #2 place to live within the East Coast by Money Magazine.