Kelder's farm / Kerhonkson
Kelder's farm is a century farm, in operation since 1836. Take part in this history by enjoying the broad fields and soaring cliffs of the beautiful valley.
Pick your own top quality produce, starting in June with strawberries and a wide variety of vegetables. July and August is the time to pick apples, flowers, blueberries, and blackberries. In September and October, pick your own grapes, raspberries and pumpkins for that savory autumn delight.
Perfect for kids and families: Enjoy the animals in our petting zoo throughout the season. Come and see the honey bees busy (buzzy) at work making honey. Mini-golf and jumping pillows!
Pick your own: Sweet corn, blueberries, kale, onions, swiss chard, yellow squash, tomatoes, potatoes, cucumbers, sugar snap peas, cabbage, dill and basil are ready for picking!
Pick your own: Flowers
5755 Route 209
Kerhonkson, NY 12446
Tel: (845) 626-7137
MR APPLES ORCHARD // HIGH FALLS
A low spray & organic style orchard. This means very little chemical are used which results in a more natural flavor.
Pick your own apples and get away for a quiet day in the Country in Highfalls. Since the apples are low spray they aren't as pretty as pesticide induced orchards. These apples however are much healthier and taste better than most other apples! Mr Apples only charges $20 for an all you can fill large bag, and 12$ for small size bag. No hour limit so you can spend all day picking for the perfect apples (Granny's Smith, Gold and Delicious etc...)
You can pick apples from August until November. Macintosh varieties start in early September. Cortlands have a juicy flavor that is crunchingly refreshing. Pears are finished by mid-September. September is a popular apple picking month through October.
October is the perfect month for Red Delicious & their famous "Russet" Golden Delicious.
25 Orchard Street, High Falls, NY 2440
845-687-0005 // 845-687-9498
APPLE HILL FARM // NEW PALTZ
Apple Hill Farm is located in the town of New Paltz, New York overlooking the Shawangunk and Catskill Mountains.
Starting September start picking your perfect McIntosh ,Cortland, Opalescent and Spartan apples. Later in the season you can start picking Red and Golden Delicious apples! Last day of picking for season closes on Monday October 28th.
Make a day trip out of it and jump onto their hayride, get fresh pressed apple cider, pick your own apples and try their famous mulled apple cider donuts.
See below schedule for picking your favorite apples:
MacIntosh: Sep 7-15
Cortland: Sep 7-15
Opalescent: Sep 7-22
Macoun: Sep 14- Oct 7
Spartan: Sep 7-22
Gold Delicious: Sep 21-Oct 14
Mutsu aka Crispin: Sept 21- Oct 14
Jonagold: Sep 14- Oct 14
Empire: Sep 14-Oct 14
Northern Spy: Sep 21-Oct 7
Red Delicious: Sept 28-Oct 20
Directions: 124 Route 32 South, New Paltz, NY 12561 // 845-255-1605 // http://applehillfarm.com
JENKINS-LUEKEN ORCHARDS // NEW PALTZ
Jenkins and Lueken Orchards has been around for over 50 years. In addition to just picking apples, you can pick your own pumpkins, rasberries and blackberries! While picking your fruit you have beautiful views of the Mohonk Tower and the Shawangunk Escarpment to the west.
Below is a list of the start dates for picking the below items:
McIntosh- September 1
Empire- September 15
Fortune- September 15
Fuji- September 15
Jonagold- September 15
Golden & Red Delicious- September 20
Ida Red- October 1
Blackberries- August 15
Pumpkins-October 1Directions: Route 299 West, New Paltz, NY 12561 // 845-255-0999 // http://jlorchards.com
LIBERTY VIEW FARM
Liberty View Farm is owned by partners Billiam van Roestenberg and Rene. Their naturally & organically grown apple orchard is one of the few in the Northeast. Their farm has garnished a lot of attention including credits in Travel + Leisure Magazine as one of "America's Top Ten Apple Picking Farms."
Their farm is located in Highland, NY and is open all weekends in September and October 10am-6pm (during the week by appointment).
Billiam was voted,
"Hottest Farmer in America"
by the Huffington Post. We agree with them and his partner Rene is quite a looker himself.
1. NYS Thruway 87 North, Exit 18 New Paltz
2. Bear right and goto first light, gas station make
3. Right onto South Ohioville Rd.
4. First Stop Sign (Aprox. 3 Miles) make a left onto Brookside Hurds Road
5. Up hill, pass apple orchards, winds and bends,
6. At STOP SIGN keep going forward
7. Up around bend 200’, stone wall and Church make
8. LEFT onto our street Crescent Avenue
340 Crescent Avenue, Highland NY 12528 // 845-399-9545