One of Westchester County's first settlements, the Town of Mamaroneck has grown from the 1687 village with 77 settlers to a busy maritime town of some 27 thousand residents. People have come to Mamaroneck Harbor from all over the world because Mamaroneck Harbor is a friendly community that appreciates differences between people.
Mamaroneck Harbor has a humid subtropical climate with humid hot summers and cool winters. Temperatures in Mamaroneck Harbor range from an average high of about 23°C (75°F) in July to an average low of -1°C (30°F) in January and February. The driest month of the year in Mamaroneck Harbor is February when precipitation dips to just over three inches (almost 8 centimeters), and it peaks at just under five inches (12 centimeters) in March, May, and September. Humidity levels in Mamaroneck Harbor range from a low of about 68% from December through April to a peak of about 78% in September. Snowfall comes to Mamaroneck Harbor from November through April, peaking in February at over eight inches (20 centimeters).
Mamaroneck Harbor Island Park is a 44-acre recreation center with a 213-meter (700-foot salt-water beach, a marina and boat launch, fishing floats, a pavilion, a playground, and a spray ground. This popular Mamaroneck Harbor park has a tennis club, ball fields, and play fields. There are restrooms, showers, picnic tables, benches, and ample parking at the Mamaroneck Harbor Island Park also hosts concerts and special events.