Hudson Valley food festivals, farmers' markets & apple orchards

Farmers have been feeding Hudson Valley families since the 1600s. Today, these farms offer unique cultural experiences to residents and visitors who want to know where their food comes from. Food festivals for apples, cheese, garlic, wine, and many more attest to the verdant growing area of our farms. Drive down any country road in the Hudson Valley and you’re bound to come across a cheery red barn offering good fun such as hayrides, music, corn mazes, and so many other ways to celebrate the harvest.


Indian Ladder Farms
Family owned farm committed to local agriculture and growing the best apples in the area! The selection of apples, berries and other produce is simply unparalleled. And you might want to have a donut or two while you’re at it.

342 Altamont Voorheesville Road, Altamont, NY 12009
(518) 765-2956 •


Samascott’s Garden Market – Kinderhook
Growers of annuals, perennials, hanging baskets. Market open year-round, selling locally sourced fruits, vegetables, fresh eggs, free-range beef, chicken and pork. On-site bakery serves freshly baked goods, homemade soups, seasonally prepared foods, and ice cream. Also gift items, local honey, maple syrup, pasta, nuts and coffee. Corn maze open in fall.

65 Chatham St, Kinderhook, NY 12106
(518) 758-7224 •

Love Apple Farms – Ghent
Featuring locally-grown vegetables, local cheese and yogurt, meats and poultry, freshly picked, tree-ripened fruit and berries from the orchard, and homemade pies and cider doughnuts baked on site. Mexican cafe, petting zoo, playground and daily U-Pick fruit. Birthday parties and group tours available.

1421 Route 9H, Ghent, NY 12075
(518) 828-5048 •


Fishkill Farms
For nearly 100 years, Fishkill Farms has been in the Morgenthau family. You can find fruits, vegetables, and pasture-raised eggs along with homemade apple cider donuts and pies in the farm market, and pick your own strawberries, cherries, peaches, apples, and pumpkins.

9 Fishkill Farm Road, Hopewell JCT, NY 12533
(845) 897-4377 •

Sprout Creek
Covering 200 scenic acres, Sprout Creek is far more than a working farm raising free-range cows, goats and more. It is also known for its internationally award-winning cheese and farm-produced meat sold on-site, and for being an educational center.

34 Lauer Road, Poughkeepsie, NY 12603
(845) 485-8438 •


Hull-O Farms
From the moment you say “hull-o,” you will be treated like one of the family at this unique farm-stay getaway. Besides your daily chores, there is still plenty of down time for romping with the rabbits, cuddling kittens, fishing in the farm pond, hayrides through the fields, and bonfires with s’mores.

10 Cochrane Road, Durham, NY 12422
(518) 239-6950 •

Blackhorse Farms Gourmet Farm Market
Family-run farm, store, bakery, gift shop and retail greenhouses, featuring in-season fruits and vegetables. Farm café offers sandwiches, soups, pastries and more. The farm also produces bedding plants sold along with garden supplies, statuary, planters and fountains, allowing you to create your own outdoor space.

10094 Rt 9w, Athens, NY 12015
(518) 943-9324 •


Pennings Farm Market
Farm market, u-pick orchard, pub & grill, beer garden, cidery, garden center, seasonal events.

161 State Route 94, Warwick, NY 10990 
(845) 986-1059 •


Soons Orchards
Farm market, bakery, u-pick orchard, seasonal events. Orchard Hill Cidery on site.

23 Soons Circle, New Hampton, NY 10958 
(845) 374-5471 •


This working farm in the heart of Fahnestock State Park holds a vision for sustainable food and farming throughout the Hudson Valley. Innovative programs train the next generation of farmers, and visitors can take in the rural beauty of this historic property with a self-guided tour. Glynwood’s Farm Store features a selection of specialty products made by Hudson Valley farmers and artisans, including local cheeses, grains, fruits, vegetables, pasture-raised meat and eggs.

PO Box 157, Cold Spring, NY 10516
(845) 265-3338 •


Goold Orchards
Celebrating 100 years of family farming with extensive apple orchards, bakery, Brookview Station Winery, and Annual Apple Festival on Columbus Day weekend.

1297 Brookview Station Road, Castleton, NY 12033
(518) 732-7317 •

Troy Waterfront Farmers’ Market
Where the farm meets the City. Every Saturday, more than 70+ food growers, bakers, chefs and artisans gather to offer the Capital Region's freshest and finest!

Winter (November-March) Atrium, 49 Fourth Street, Troy NY 12180
Summer (April-October) downtown Troy
518-708-4216 •


Orchards of Concklin
Pick your own produce, visit the farm stand and taste the fresh pressed apple cider. Stop in the bakery for fresh pies, cookies, donuts and pastries. Apple picking offered as well.  

2 South Mountain Rd. Pomona, NY 10970
(845) 354-0369 •

Dr. Davie’s Farm
Dr. Davies Farm offers apple picking, hay rides, pumpkin picking and farm stands with a wide variety of fresh fruits and vegetables including sweet corn, apples and tomatoes. Don’t forget the fresh pressed cider.

306 Route 304, Congers, NY 10920
(845) 268-7020 •


Ellenville Farmers’ Market
Nestled in the beautiful foothills of the Shawangunk Mountains, this market boasts fresh, locally-grown fruits and vegetables, crafts, soaps, baked goods, pesto, pickles, live music, family entertainment and health information booths. Enjoy hiking, fishing or hang gliding on your trip, too.

(845) 443-1946 •

Meet Me In Marlborough
Farm markets, specialty farms, organic products, history, wineries, restaurants, antiques, B&Bs, spas, art, dance, live entertainment, shops and businesses: you’ll find it all here!

PO Box 1139, Marlboro, NY 12542
(845) 616-7824 •


Hilltop Hanover Farm and Environmental Center
At Hilltop Hanover Farm in Yorktown Heights, you’ll learn about organic composting, how to start a backyard garden and why it’s smart to harvest rainwater. Meet the farmers, hike a woodland trail and say hello to the chickens and goats.    

1271 Hanover Street, Yorktown Heights, NY 10598
(914) 962-2368 •

Muscoot Farm
Recall our agricultural heritage at Muscoot Farm in Somers, an interpretive site where you can stroll through a dairy barn, milk house, ice house, and blacksmith shop. You’ll see livestock and poultry breeds, some rare, typical of an early 20th century farm. 

51 NY-100, Katonah, NY 10536
(914) 864-7282 •