New York Orchards- New York City
Orchards in the metropolitan area, including these counties: Westchester, Putnam, Rockland and Suffolk.
Baiting Hollow Nursery
Calverton -Suffolk county
Phone (516) 734-6441
4414 Sound Ave
Riverhead -Suffolk county
Phone (631) 722-3931
Directions: Located on Long Island's North Shore at the intersection of Sound Avenue and Route 105 in the Town of Riverhead. >From Route 495 (L.I. Expressway): Take Exit 73. It's the last one. travel east 4 miles on Route 58. Turn left onto Route 105 North. travel north 2 miles to the end.(About 10-15 minutes from Exit 73.)
Open: 9-5 everyday in season. Call to be sure.
Sorry, no u-pick is available
visit the Briermere Farms website
Dr. Davies Farm
Congers -Rockland county
Two farm stands, one on Rt. 9W in Congers, and the other on Rt. 304. The Rt. 304 stand offers apple picking. The orchard has been family run since 1891.
Open: everyday 10 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Directions: from New York City:
Cross George Washington Bridge, take the Palisades Parkway and get off at Exit 5N (303 N)
Stay on Rt. 303 for 10 miles & Merge with Rt. 9W and stay North. Turn left onto RT 304.
Farm stand is 1/4 mile on the left.
Apples: Spartan, Macintosh, Gravenstein, Tydeman Red, Cortland, Red Delicious, Golden Delicious, Macoun, Empire, Red Rome, Mutsu, Winesap, Fuji
visit the Dr. Davies Farm website
830 Sound Avenue
Calverton -Suffolk county
Lewin Farms is a family owned & operated farm that has been on Long Island for three generations.
Open: everyday from 9:00am. to 5:00pm
Directions: Lewin Farms is located on eastern Long Island (Sound Ave.Wading River N.Y.)Directions from the Long Island Expressway:Exit 68 NORTH ( William Floyd Pky.) to the end. Make a right (route 25A).Proceed east to the third traffic light make a left (costal gas station on corner) onto Sound Ave. Lewin Farms is approximately 3/4 of a mile on the right hand side
visit the Lewin Farms website
RFD 1 Pulaski Rd Box 1300
Northport -Suffolk county
Phone (516) 261-1980
Salingers Orchards Inc.
Brewster -Putnam county
Directions: from Route I- 684, North or South-
Take Exit 8 - Hardscrabble Road, and turn right at end of the ramp. Then, turn left at the Getty gas station. From this point our signs will guide you to the orchard
Take Route 22 South for about 3 miles to County Route 55, (Deans Corners Road) a left turn. Then, take your first right (Guinea Road) and the orchard is a mile up the road.
visit the Salingers Orchards website
Seven Ponds Orchard
65 Seven Ponds Road
Water Mill - Suffolk County
Seven Ponds Orchard was set up to be the ultimate Pick Your Own orchard for parents and their children. There are 14 varieties of apples on trees that are superdwarf "type", trellised and easy for kids to reach. Johnny Apple the talking apple is on the scence to tell the kids, " you're on a misson to find the best apples in the orchard", and gives them clues for finding them. Red radio flyer wagons are available for toting apples. There's also a picnic area in the orchard to enjoy your lunch and capture the view. There is a 5 acre corn maze and hay rides to entertain the kids while you shop for fruits, vegetables, homemade pies, and jams, bread&butter pickles, candy apples, popcorn and drinks are available in our farm market.
Open: July-November, 9:00 am - 6:00 pm. Apple and Raspberry picking begins the end of August and continues until November
Directions: Take 27 east to the sixth light past the end of the divided sunrise highway. At the sixth light go left onto David's Whites Lane and bear right onto Seven Ponds Road. The orchard is 500' up on the left.
Apples: Ginger Gold, Gala, McIntosh, Honeycrisp, Macoun, Cortland, Empire, Jonagold, Fuji, Red and Golden Delicious, Cameo, Mutsu, and Granny Smith.
Stuart's Fruit Farm
Granite Springs Rd
Granite Springs -Westchester county
Phone (914) 245-2784
Wickham's Fruit Farm
Cutchogue -Suffolk county
Our 275 acre farm has been family owned and operated for more than 300 years. In fact, our farm is one of the few tracts of land in the United States that has been continually cultivated since before the arrival of the first English settlers. Right on the water & located on some of the most fertile soil in New York State, we specialize in growing the very choicest of fruit. Come out and visit us. You'll take home a basket full of memories along with our hand-picked juicy produce. Please join us for apple picking, hayrides, fun in our 7-acre corn maze, and pumpkin picking.
Open: Apple picking hours are 9am - 4pm Monday-Saturday.We are always closed on Sunday.
Directions: Take the Long Island Expressway east to the last exit (73). Continue east on Route 58 (which becomes Route 25) for 14 miles (no turns). Wickham's Fruit Farm is on the right hand side after the red light in Cutchogue.
visit the Wickham's Fruit Farm website
Wilkens Fruit Farm
1335 White Hill Rd
Yorktown Heights -Westchester county
Pick-Your-Own Apples are open Weekends (and some School Holidays) from 10 AM to 4:30 PM starting Labor Day through the end of October
Directions: Take the Taconic State Parkway to the Route 202-Yorktown Heights exit (one exit North of E.D. Roosevelt State Park; one exit south of the Bear Mountain Parkway) Exit and head West on Route 202/35 about 100 yards to a traffic light (just before the Mobil gas station.) Turn Left (South) onto Mohansic Avenue; proceed one mile to the end of the road and turn Right onto White Hill Road. The farm entrance is at the top of the hill on the left-hand side.
visit the Wilkens Fruit Farm website