The Town of Somers is located in northern Westchester County, with to North Salem to the east, Putnam County's Carmel to the north, Yorktown to the west and the towns of Lewisboro, Bedford and New Castle to the south. The hamlets of Lincolndale, Shenorock, Granite Springs, Purdys, Baldwin Place and Amawalk are located within its borders.
- The natural beauty of Amawalk Reservoir brings a sense of peacefulness and serenity to Somers. Wildlife, birds and swans are constant companions at the reservoir.
- Somers' location makes it an ideal commuting town with close proximity to numerous Metro-North stations, Route 684, the Taconic State Parkway, and the Saw Mill River Parkway.
- Muscoot Farm, originally a "Gentleman's Farm," is a 777-acre farm that preserves and interprets a 1880-1930 era farm once prominent in Westchester County. Visitors may stroll through the original barns, visit with the animals, participate in educational programs or hike the many miles of trails.
- Zagat-rated restaurants as such Le Fontante, Il Forno and Primavera are local favorites for mouth-watering Italian food.
- Somers residents enjoy the numerous lake communities and parks such as Reis, Muscoot, Koegel and Lasdon Parks, all of which provide recreation and relaxation. Many historic houses are located in Somers and the Elephant Hotel, a National Historic Landmark that serves as the seat of Somers' town government.