Places to go in the Hudson Valley Ny

Excursions in Hudson Valley Ny

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The best places to pick apples in the Hudson Valley

This is a good period to live in New York State, the biggest cultivation area for fruit and vegetables just off the Mississippi - and the second biggest in the state after Washington. This year you will find many new cultivars and many fruits to pluck.

"This is a major change in the type of fruit produced throughout the country," says Stewart. Cold evenings and hot weather have provided the perfect setting for a lush harvest of the best coloured and crispy fruit, especially when it' s new from the farmyard.

There was also a big booming market in the manufacture of ciders. The apples have been harvested. There are hay cart rides, a new maize labyrinth and the Thanksgiving party with livemusic during the weekend until October. The first frosts make it possible to buy organically produced vegetables, egg, bakery products, local foods and other specialities cultivated on the farms.

Indulge in a glass of indigenous beers, wines and homemade malted wines under a marquee near the green. The pumpkin harvest begins in October. Entrance $5; 12 and below free; then you are paying for what you choose. Entrance to the 5pm harvest 9 Fishkill Farm Road, Hopewell Junction, 845-897-4377, fishkillfarms.com.

Picking now until October; gourds begin next months. There are cakes, biscuits, ciders, apple wine doughnuts, home-made marmalades, chicken and pig meat from pastureland. McEnroe Organic Farms on the other side of Dutchess County provides another kind of farming adventure.

This 1,000 hectare company concentrates on regional specialities with a selection of certified products and meat from biological cultivation, among them cattle, poultry, pigs and cattle. There is a coffee shop offering breakfasts, lunches and grab-and-go articles with specials. There is also a wine room on the plot where you can taste various mixtures for purchase.

The apple harvest has already begun, from 10.00 to 16.30, Saturday and Sunday only until October; Hofstand open every morning from 9.00 to 18.00. It' a six-generation big familiy business. The apple harvest begins on 8 September and lasts until the end of October. It is a dog-friendly holiday house that invites the visitor to make a visiting holiday; you can walk, cycle or even have your own barbecue.

"It' s good to see how folks are enjoying the yard, the way we do it all the time," said Mackenzie Dietz, a member of the Dietz Group. You will find gourds, fruit and vegetables, mothers, marmalades and jam, cakes and ciders. Lawrence Farm's Orchard is home to October fruit and vegetable crops and children-feeders.

$3, under 2 free, then you' ll be charged for what you choose. Every day until October, 9 am to 4 pm 39 Colandrea Road, Newburgh, 845-562-4268. lawrencefarmsorchards.com. The Masker Orchards lets you go to each of the 13,000 plants to harvest your own ciders. The pumpkin harvest begins in October. The entrance is free and you are paying for what you choose.

One of the proprietors, George Vurno, is inviting you to enjoy as many fruits as you like while you pick them. Thusons celebrates its 103th growth period with cakes, pumpkins, home-made cakes and orange doughnuts, acorn sirup and bees. The harvest of fruits is in progress, pumpkins and weekends start in the middle to the end of September.

In autumn and winters the farmstead is open every day from 9.00 to 18.00. Pick apples 10am to 4pm Weekend and some public holiday, pumpkin 11am to 4pm 23pm Soons Circle, New Hampton, 845-374-5471, soonsorchards.com. In the Orchard Hill Cider Mill next to it, you can taste handmade, strong cider wines and other handcrafted artisan wares.

At Harvest Moon there is much more than just harvesting apples. Autumn festivals make children feel good with hay carriage trips, concerts, farm pets, bouncy castles and face color. Grocery retailers are on site, and grown-ups can sample local produce, such as liquor, artisanal beer and wines, in the local Crabble Hardder ("Cider Room").

The festivals are open from Saturday and Sunday 10 am to 5 pm until October. Pick an apple every diurnal, pick 10.00 to 17.00 hrs A $30 pouch (that can contain 25 lbs of apples) lets five men into the fruit garden. Open every night from 8.00 to 18.00.

You like to keep the place traditionally, with an old familiar feeling. Go on a hay cart ride, go through the maize labyrinth and collect your own delicious fruits and squashes as they become available. When you are early enough in September, you can harvest pears or simply buy them at the stall.

This 100 hectare large estate has been owned by the Concklins since the 17th century. The harvest of fruits starts on 17 September and is only on Sunday and Monday, when the summer is over, from 10.00 to 17.00, if the wheather permits. There are also bakery products and ciders on offer, and if you don't come there, they will be happy to deliver them.

Entrance fee of $9 for the harvest contains 6 pound of apple (½)," said Lauren Sharp, ranch management. There are 18 types of apple cultivated here and the maturation schedule on the website, along with the way they are best used (food, bakery, etc.) This is not a separate farmstead, but bakery products, as well as apple wine doughnuts, are excellent, and deep-fried cakes are available for you to cook at home - a good place to get Thanksgiving and Christmas cakes, but be sure to order in advanced.

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