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Maynard Farms
326 River Road, Ulster Park
U-pick apples, pears and pumpkins. Farm stand with fresh-picked vegetables. Child and group friendly. Open September-October, Saturday-Sunday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. On Facebook.
Meadow View Farm
105 Phillies Bridge Road, New Paltz 845-255-6093, 845-389-2979
Certified naturally grown fruits and vegetables. Grass-fed and grass-finished beef. Free range eggs. Farm stand is open April-December, daily, 9 a.m.-8 p.m.
Migliorelli Farm Stand
5150 Route 28, Mt. Tremper
845-688-2112 Open year-round. Operated by family-run
fruit and vegetable farm. Offers an array of farm products.
Rosendale Farmers Market
Rosendale Community Center, 1055 Route
32 (winter), 408 Main St. behind Rosendale Theatre (summer), Rosendale
845-658-8348 Winter (indoors): Second and fourth
Sunday, December-April, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Free coffee, tea, live acoustic music and
demos. Summer (outdoors): Sunday, early June-late October, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Fifteen-plus local producers. Live music and kids’
activity area. Accessible, child and group friendly. Free WiFi.
Rowe’s Apiaries
331 Clifton Ave., Kingston
Wholesale and retail sale of honey and bee products. Daily, March to mid-January, 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. or by appointment.
Sauer Farm
640 Kings Highway, Saugerties
Homegrown fruits and vegetables in season. Raspberries, sweet corn, strawberries and straw. Fresh eggs. No GMOs. Accessible. Open year-round, daily, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.
Saugerties Farmers Market
115 Main St., Cahill School Parking Lot, Saugerties
845-853-5694, 917-741-5524
Fresh local seasonal fruits, vegetables, meats, fish, eggs, cheeses, baked goods, specialty products and flowers. Market café. Kids Art Corner. Live music. Special events. Saturdays, May 26-Oct. 27, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Visit website and Facebook for details.
Saunderskill Farms
5100 Route 209, Accord
Country farm market. Home grown fruits and vegetables. On-site bakery and deli. Greenhouse with assorted annuals and perennials. Gifts and local products. U-pick fruit available. Open April-December, Tuesday-Sunday, 7 a.m.-6 p.m.
Seed Song Farm and Center
160 Esopus Ave., Kingston
Sustainably grown vegetables, berries, flowers, herbs, pumpkins and forest products available through a weekly pickup (CSA), U-pick and local farmers’ markets. Summer camp program, interactive farm animals, adult workshops, birthday parties, seasonal festivals, farm meals and brick oven pizza, open houses with live music and events every weekend.
Sheeley’s Farm Stand
2752 Lucas Turnpike, Accord
Old-fashioned country farm stand with unsprayed produce. Accessible. Greenhouse open in May, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., for bedding and vegetable plants. Farm stand is open July- September, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Stone Ridge Orchard
3120 Route 213, Stone Ridge
845-687-2587 (stand), 845-266-3979 (office)
U-pick apples (September-November), raspberries, pumpkins, cherries, organic vegetables and fruit. Fresh cider, local farm products, hayrides and school tours. Open weekends June, July, August and November; daily September-October.
Sunfrost Farms
217 Tinker St. (Route 212), Woodstock 845-679-6690
Organic and conventional wholesale and retail fruits and vegetables. Juice bar, greenhouses, herb garden and cut flowers. Prepared food items to go, local dairy prod- ucts and homemade pies. Open year-round, daily, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
Taliaferro Farms CSA & Organic Family Market
187 Plains Road, New Paltz
Certified organic family farm. Highest quality produce, chickens and eggs. Profiled on NBC’s “Today” show. Fruits, vegetables, milk, cheese and locally raised organic beef. U-cut flowers, wine tasting and more. Open Thursday, 8 a.m. -7 p.m.; Friday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.; Saturday,
9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Tantillo’s Farm Market
730 Route 208, Gardiner
U-pick apples, sweet and sour cherries, tomatoes and pumpkins. Fruits and vegetables picked daily. Soft-serve ice cream and ice cream cakes. Raffaela’s homemade fruit pies, desserts, breads, jams and jellies. Food platters. Open May- mid-December, daily, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
The Apple Bin Farm Market
810 Broadway (Route 9W), Ulster Park 845-339-7229 U-pick apples (October). Family-run
market. Homegrown seasonal fruit. Fresh baked goods, pies, coffee, honey, maple
syrup and gourmet items. Breakfast and lunch sandwiches. Holiday items. Accessible side entrance. Early March-Dec. 31, daily 7:30 a.m.- 6 p.m. except some holidays.
Trapani Farms
700 Lattintown Road, Milton 845-795-5607, 845-797-6917 llc-109601199066072
Locally grown produce. Raspberries, blackberries, gooseberries, red currants, plums, nectarines, cherries, peaches, apricots, pears and a wide selection of apples and vegetables. U-pick berries and flowers. Accessible, child, group and pet friendly. Open June-October, Thursday- Sunday. Call for availability.
Minard’s Family Farm
250 Hurds Road, Clintondale 845-325-0222 Pick your own apples and pumpkins. Barn market. Minard Safari, hayrides, Apple Express, hay maze and face painting. Open Saturdays and Sundays,
10 a.m.-5 p.m. Groups by appointment.
Check out their 2.5-acre corn maze!
New Paltz Farmers Market
Church Street (between Main and Academy Streets), New Paltz
Open Sundays, June-October, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Look for extended hours in late summer. Featuring local produce, fruit, meats, cheese, baked goods, coffee, flowers, Kombucha and more.
Old Ford Farm
1359 Old Ford Road, New Paltz 845-220-7819
Diversified family farm producing raw milk, eggs, meat and vegetables. Educational farm tours by appointment. Self-serve farm store open 24/7.
Prospect Hill Orchards
73 Clark’s Laneor 340 Milton Turnpike, Milton 845-795-2383 U-pick: cherries (mid-June-July); peaches (July-August); apples, pears and pumpkins (mid-September-mid-October). Special events. Picnic area. Child and pet friendly. Open seasonally, Saturday-Sunday, 9 a.m-
4 p.m. GPS: 340 Milton Turnpike, Milton (for cherries and peaches); 73 Clark’s Lane, Milton (for apples).
Rondout Valley Growers Association (RVGA)
1915 Lucas Ave., Cottekill
845-626-1532 Non-profit community organization comprised of local farmers, residents and businesses committed to strengthening the region’s farms and preserving active agricultural open space for future generations.
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