The Town of Ramapo is in the southwest corner of Rockland County, where it consists of about one-third of the western part of the county. Also the hamlet of Ramapo in the southwest part of the town of Ramapo. This category lists sites for both the town and the hamlet. Originally known as The Town of Hempstead, it was formed from part of the Town of Haverstraw in 1791. In 1829 the name was changed to Ramapo. The town comprises the following communities and locations:
* Antrim - A hamlet near the south town line.
* Airmont - Village
* Chestnut Ridge - Village
* Harriman State Park - a state park in the western part of the town.
* Hillburn - Village in the southwest part of the town.
* Hillcrest - Hamlet
* Kaser - Village
* Monsey - Hamlet of Monsey
* New Hempstead - Village
* New Square - Village
* Montebello - Village
* Ramapo - Hamlet in the southwest part of the town.
* Sloatsburg - Village
* Spring Valley - Village
* Sterlington - A location near Sloatsburg.
* Suffern - Village
* Suffern Park - Hamlet near Suffern.
* Tallman - Hamlet in the south part of the town.
* Viola - Hamlet.
* Wesley Hills - Village in the northeast part of the town.

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Ramapo Little League
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Wikipedia: Ramapo, New York
Article about the town. Includes history, geography, demographics, and twinning programs.
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