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Fishkill Farms, Hopewell Junction
(3.1/5 based on 60 reviews on the web)
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  • We were set to go upstate NY, as this time of the year is timeless, a beautiful background of colors joining other leaf-peepers, set amongst the state Catskills. Their we found a reasonable easy on ea...  more »
  • I will say as a city boy I do love this place, having been there twice. It has an authentic feel, live music and a store with interesting items. The apple cider doughnuts are simply a must. Unbelievab...  more »
  • We went to another orchard nearby and left due to the sheer number of people and the ridiculous lines. We arrived at Fishkill Farms and were very happy that we stopped there. The orchard and farm was ...  more »
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  • Lovely little family owned farm that offers a ton of home made items for sale. One thing I bought that was good was a blueberry cobbler pie, which was really good. I also went apple picking here and it was a lot of fun. They have tons of orchards and they are all clearly marked as to where you can and can't pick apples. The employees are all very helpful and I would love to come back here and go apple picking again. Note: I was not a fan of their Alcoholic apple cider, but it doesn't take away from how much I like this place. At least they are trying something new!
  • Everyone here so far is right the views are picturesque. $5 per a person just to get in is ridiculous!!! The roads are all dirt and uneven. for all that money they make you would think they could even out the dirt and lay some gravel. The parking areas need to be labeled, It is very easy to get lost. The dirt comes at you like a big dust storm everytime a vehicle passes. We love that they are dog friendly. However a very slim pick of ripe apples. I was tool AFTER we parked that if we had parked up by the farm store there was no charge for parking. What a rip off!!!! Loved that we could bring our dogs apple picking but we are not ever coming back again.
  • Save your time. My wife thought it would a great idea to find a new orchard for apple picking and pumpkins. The farm is pretty, but given each adult is charged $5 just to enter, not very exciting fun things for children and the farms sad excuse of food options. Looks like next year we heading back to Outhouse Orchard, the food is awesome, tons of fun things for children (Apple cannons, bounce castle and slides, horseback, feeding animals). And Outhouse does not charge a penny to enter. OMG the damn lines are too crazy, 60 minutes and still no food. I can honestly say the food was horrible. I had the Jerked chicken, which you would think was going to be incredible with a price more than $14.50. Over cooked with some kind of BBQ, I ate half a thigh before chucking it in the garbage. The cress burgers were week done, but still edible. Over all very disappointing day. Why charge $5 per person before entering the farm.
  • We usually end up here every year for pumpkin picking simply because of proximity. We learned after the first year never to go on the weekend. The mistake we made was trying to park as soon as you enter the farm, but later realized that wasn't for the apple picking or pumpkin picking. The parking in the front is only for the store. Lesson learned, and in the following years we drive straight down to the pumpkin patch. The prices are fairly high for both apples and pumpkins ($0.85 per pound) and it's a gamble if there's still decent pumpkins. We weren't impressed by the store and again the prices were higher than you'd expect from other farms. The kids love activity of roaming and not really picking pumpkins, but finding intact pumpkins and seeing farm equipment in action. 3/5 stars. The kids loved the bunny rabbits and chicken coop next to the store so I added a star for the kid's happiness. Overall 4/5.
  • I think they could do better... went there for apple picking.. only 2 varieties were available - Gala and Jonamac.. picked Gala apples and although they were good, we didn't have much choice.. just 2 rows. Thought of picking some vegetables and there weren't any available. :( In the name of petting zoo there were some chickens and a small cage of rabbits. Entry fee of $5 a person is high in my opinion if you have a big family. Barton's is much better I think.