Middletown, New York, is a small town that marks the northernmost edge of the New York City Metro area in the Hudson Valley region near the Wallkill River. It has a classic small-town New England vibe, which when combined with the relative proximity of New York City makes sure Middletown live up to its name: It is right in the middle between the rural tranquility of Upstate New York and the metropolitan hustle and bustle of NYC.
The town's culture likewise straddles the line between that of rural New England and the big Northeastern cities on the coast: you'll find both New York hillbillies and vacationing city slickers in this little town.
The city maintains a small-town feel - the church is the tallest building in town. Covering only 5 square miles and containing only 20,000 people, Middletown, NY, is a laidback place with plenty of natural beauty, and it's only a train ride away from NYC.