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Dressel Farms, New Paltz

Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.6/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
Open year-round with fresh produce as well as Dressel's own fresh apple cider. Open in June for PYO Strawberries and September and October weekends for PYO apples.
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  • The farm is located just down the road from Inn at Kettleboro where we were staying, and the innkeeper had good things to say about their produce, so we stopped on our way out. We purchased some local...  read more »
  • We were looking for the country's best apples too take back to Delaware for us and our friends. Dressel's had, as usual, exactly what we needed, perfect apples! 
  • If you want to taste sugar sweet strawberries (usually available between late May through early July) then you must try these local ones! They are the best I've ever had! And their peaches and apples ...  read more »
  • My favorite place for picking strawberries (early summer) and apples (fall) in the Hudson Valley. They have animals for the kids and an ice cream stand with covered tables for picnics as well. Beautiful panoramic view of the Shawangunks from the top of the well curated orchards as well. definitely recommended.
  • We picked up cucumbers, summer squash and peaches last week and they were amazing.. They have a good selection of fruits and veg. Will be there mid Sep for Apple picking and will also try out their ice creams..
  • I agree with the other reviewers. This place rocks. And it was good for my 15 month old too. We had a great day picking honey crisp apples and they tasted great. Made apple cobbler with them. Incredible. We also went swimming at a public pool and checked out a craft fair in New Paltz. Great place to visit. We stayed at an AirBnB right near everything.
  • Visiting Dressel has become something of a fall ritual for us. It's worth the drive as they have a huge selection of apples and the folks that work there are the best...and there is nothing better than eating an apple right off the tree.
  • Only place I go to for apple picking, regardless of all the options in Westchester and Long Island.
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