Waccabuc is the most rustic and least populated of the hamlets that comprise the Westchester town of Lewisboro. Many of its country lanes remain unpaved, and its post office is a focal point of village life. Originally founded as a vacation community, the lifestyle remains relaxed despite the fact that Waccabuc is just an hour’s drive from Manhattan. One of the town’s former vacation homes is now occupied by the Waccabuc Country Club.
- Waccabuc is easily accessible from New York City. It's approximately a 75 minute ride via Metro North's Harlem Line to Grand Central Station from the nearby station at Goldens Bridge.
- There are a variety of surface routes available from Waccabuc, with easy access to I-684, and from there to the Saw Mill and Hutchinson River Parkways.
- Meadow Pond Elementary School 185 Smith Ridge Road, South Salem, NY 10590; tel. 914-763-7900
- Katonah Elementary School 106 Huntville Road, Katonah, NY 10536; tel. 914-763-7700
- Increase Miller Elementary School 186 Waccabuc Rd., Rt. 138, Goldens Bridge, NY 10526; tel. 914-763-7100
- Neighbors Helping Neighbors: Since 1981, the Waccabuc Landowners Council has endeavored, through the participation of its residents, to maintain Waccabuc’s unique character and beauty. The organization's goal is to maintain the village's rustic atmosphere and spirit. The Three Lakes Council was organized in 1970 to lead and coordinate the environmental efforts for the Lake Waccabuc - Oscaleta - Rippowam watershed in the Town of Lewisboro.
- The Great Outdoors: The Lewisboro Garden Club, a non-profit organization, was founded in 1972 to encourage gardening, to aid in environmental conservation and to help beautify the town's public areas. Many of its activities take place at Onatru Farm.
- Local Media: Lewisboro Daily Voice; Lewisboro Ledger; Bedford-Katonah Patch
- Town Resources: Town of Lewisboro Web Page;
- Lewisboro Chamber of Commerce: http://www.lewisborochamber.com/