Please note that some locations are still requiring advance reservations, face coverings and distancing so it is a good idea to check with the farm or orchard of your choice before heading over.
Westchester County families, have fun at these nearby farms and orchards!
63 Apple Tree Ln, Poughquag, NY (Dutchess County)
Barton Orchards is a huge 175-acre apple orchard and vegetable farm located in Poughquag, New York, that has been in the Barton family for over 40 years. They are big on entertainment- so expect a fun filled day!
Some of the attractions include pick your own fruit, fun park, petting zoo, dog park, live music, ice cream, hayrides, tap room and more! From spring through fall they have a ton of festivals- including the Hudson Valley Food Truck Festival on June 26! There's also Tree Top Adventures where you can spend a full day climbing, swinging, and zipping from tree to tree.
Hours: Open Sunday- Thursday 11am - 6pm, Friday-Saturday 11am - 8pm.
Animals: Yes, petting zoo and a dog park
Pick Your Own: No
Dining: Food Court, Ice cream, Tap Room
9 Fishkill Farm Road, Hopewell JCT, NY (Dutchess County)
Fishkill Farms is an apple orchard and diversified fruit and vegetable farm in the town of East Fishkill, New York. They grow apples, peaches, berries, cherries, and other fruits, all of which are available in season for pick-your-own. Visitors can get produce at the farm store.
Hours: Store open Tuesday-Sunday 9 am - 6 pm, Pick-Your-Own: By reservation only
Pick Your Own: Tuesday - Sunday, reservations required
Market: In-store shopping is available Tuesday-Sunday from 9am - 6pm. They are continuing to accept orders for contactless pickup Tuesday through Sunday between 9am - 3pm. They also offer delivery through Store To Door on Saturdays.
Dining: Outdoor Grill open June 5th - October 31st, Saturday & Sunday 11 am - 4 pm
Harvest Moon Farm & Orchard
130 Hardscrabble Road, North Salem, NY (Westchester County)
Harvest Moon is a family owned and operated farm market and U-Pick fruit and apple orchard in Westchester County. Open seasonally April-December. During the Fall they do pick-your-own apples and pears and throw a Fall Festival every weekend from Labor Day to Halloween.
Hours: Open Monday-Sunday 9am - 5pm
Animals: During fall festival events
Pick Your Own: Strawberry picking is available on weekends in June and July and select weekdays. Check for updates online. The largest season at this orchard is apples in September and October every weekend.
Market: Yes open 9am - 5pm daily
Dining: Yes at the Farm Store until 3pm daily
Hilltop Hanover Farm
1271 Hanover St, Yorktown Heights, NY (Westchester County)
Hilltop Hanover Farm is a bucolic 400-year old historic working farm in Yorktown Heights, Westchester County, New York. Today the farm is a regional education center that offers programs on healthy and sustainable food production. Visitors can hike the farm's 3.5 miles of woodland trails, picnic on the farm grounds, purchase a CSA share, or produce from our farm stand or at U-Pick during the growing season, or attend any of our numerous classes and lectures. Hilltop Hanover Farm offers tours, classes and field trips to school groups, garden clubs, and scout troops.
Hours: Grounds are open Monday - Saturday from 9am - 4pm. Closed Sunday. Farm Stand Hours April 23- November 21, 2021: Fridays 1pm - 6pm Curbside pickup only, Saturdays 10am - 4pm Curbside pickup + farm stand open.
Pick Your Own: There are no plans for U-Pick vegetables this season due to COVID.
Market: Yes, Farm Stand will be open every Saturday from 10am to 4pm
51 NY-100, Katonah, NY (Westchester County)
At Muscoot Farm you can experience farm animals, agriculture, wildlife, and history in a family-friendly atmosphere. Once a working dairy farm, Muscoot Farm is now a Westchester County park open to the public 362 days of the year.
On their 777 acres, you can visit our 50+ animals by walking up to their pens or inside their barns— including cows, horses, donkeys, sheep, goats, chickens, turkeys, ducks, and pigs. Families can also take a look at the historic buildings such as the milk house, the ice house, the brooder house, and the carriage house. There are also ongoing events and educational programs. If you love hiking, try the 6+ miles of scenic trails to observe local wildlife!
Hours: Buildings and grounds are open from 10am-4pm daily
Pick Your Own: No
Market: Farmers Market runs every Sunday from May 9 to November 21 from 9:30am - 2:30pm
Dining: Concession stand (open seasonally), visitors may bring in food as well
4 Ochs Lane, Warwick, NY (Orange County)
Och's Orchard is a family owned farm and market. They offer pick-your-own fruits and vegetables on their vast grounds. From berries to veggies, to fruit, their market is full of goodies, including cider, donuts and homemade ice cream. All available in season!
Hours: Farm Market & Ice Cream open daily 9am - 5:30pm. Fruits & Veggie picking available June through October.
Pick Your Own: Yes. June - October, no reservations needed. Berry picking changes each day based on availability. Generally, Wed. thru Sat. mornings are best. Apples and pumpkins available in the fall. Call the store or check Facebook to determine what will be available to pick the day of your trip.
Market: Yes, it is stocked with their own in season fresh fruit and vegetables & local vegetables, along with all sorts of "goodies" such as jams & jellies, butters, pure maple syrup, honey, their own apple cider, fresh local eggs and many more products that have built a loyal following over the last 50 years.
Dining: Ice Cream counter is open every day during store hours, June to November.
139 Hardscrabble Rd, North Salem, NY (Westchester County)
A seasonal orchard open only in the fall for apples, peaches and pumpkins picking. Donuts, pies, corn maze, live music and more will be available in September and October.
Hours: Opens in the fall typically
Pick Your Own: Fall only
630 Bedford Rd, Tarrytown, NY (Westchester County)
Stone Barns occupies 80 acres in Westchester County, just 25 miles north of New York City and operates a highly diversified, four-season farm and an education center that hosts over a hundred thousand visitors each year. Live animals, dining, events and more are all here.
Hours: Due to ongoing health and safety concerns, Stone Barns Center is open only by appointment with one of our featured programs. The Blue Hill Café and Grain bar remain closed, and there are no public restrooms available on site. Stone Barns Center members are invited to join us for complimentary ticketed reservations during Member Hours.
Pick Your Own: No
Market: Yes but currently closed
Dining: Yes but currently closed
Stuart's Fruit Farm
62 Granite Springs Road, Granite Springs, NY (Westchester County)
Stuart's Fruit Farm is a family-operated farm since 1828 located in Westchester County, New York. Seasonallly they offer a varied selection of flowers and vegetable plants, in the spring, apple picking, peach picking and a pumpkin patch in the fall, and Christmas trees in the winter. There are also hayrides on weekends.
Hours: Opened May 1 for vegetable plants and flowers only. Apple picking begins in September and runs daily from 10am – 5pm through November.
Pick Your Own: Yes but not until the fall for apples, peaches and pumpkins
Market: The farm stand general opens the first week of August and is open until December 24th. There is also a bakery with fresh baked apple cider doughnuts, pies, or other baked goods.
Warwick Winery & Distillery
114 Little York Rd. Warwick, NY (Orange County)
Warwick Valley Winery & Distillery is located in the foothills of the Hudson Valley. Their manicured grounds, gardens, and orchards span over 120 acres. They offer an outdoor restaurant, marketplace and apple picking in the fall. Enjoy live music (yes it's back this year!), hard cider and more at this beautiful spot.
Hours: Tasting Room 11am – 6pm, 362 days a year & Pane Cafe 11am - 4pm, Wed & 11am – 5pm, Thurs- Sun
Pick Your Own: Fall only for apples. This year, apple season runs from Saturday, August 29th, – Sunday, November 8th. The orchard is open 11am-5pm, 7 days a week.
Dining: Yes, enjoy the view of the farm and rose gardens while dining at the Cafe on the patio or in the beam dining room. Food is delicious locally grown, scratch made and served in a casual and fun environment.
1335 White Hill Rd, Yorktown Heights, NY (Westchester County)
Wilkens Fruit & Fir Farm has been around for over 100 years. They sell a wide variety of apples, pumpkins and peaches, all available to “Pick-Your-Own” during harvest season, starting in August. At that time there will be three farm markets that will open and sell everything from their own pressed apple cider to freshly baked pies, famous apple cider donuts and gift items.
Hours: Wednesdays through Mondays starting late August through mid-December. Farm is closed Tuesdays in November except the Tuesday before Thanksgiving.
Pick Your Own: Yes, harvest season starts in August with Peaches and beginning of September with Apples. Pick-your-own Pumpkins start in October, and Choose-n-Cut Christmas Trees just after Thanksgiving.
Market: Yes, the three markets are open during Harvest Season 10 am to 5 pm daily. There's also a winery!
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