Each weekend through September and October (plus Sept. 26 & Oct. 10th) starting September 10th will be packed full of autumnal fun! Pick sustainably grown apples straight from the trees, enjoy wagon rides throughout the orchard, get lost in our corn maze for charity, listen to live music in our courtyard while sipping on a hard cider from the Treasury Cider Bar. There’s no shortage of delicious food from our grill like our traditional Jamaican Jerk Chicken and you can’t forget about our delicious apple cider donuts fresh from our donut window.

Tickets will be required and are available here:

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We grow over 100 varieties of apples, with most of them ripening up between September and October! Growing practices are important and make a difference. All of our apples are eco-certified, while a third of our varieties are also certified organic. Read more about what that means and why it’s so important here.
Yes, we have pumpkins too! Our pumpkin patch is out in the orchard and opens in late September for picking and will continue through October. 


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Photo by Michael McNamara

Wagon rides run throughout the orchard on weekends for the duration of the day. Wagon rides are included in your pick-your-own reservation.


Find Out What’s Available and in Season
Varietal availability will be posted on our Pick-Your-Own Page on Thursday or Friday before each festival weekend. To plan ahead, use our predicted apple variety and pumpkin availability page to guide you. 
* Availability of all items is subject to change. Subscribe to our newsletter and follow us on social media for updates!  Visit our FAQ or Pick-Your-Own pages in the coming weeks for more info on Fall pick-your-own. 


Join us at the Fishkill Farms stage in our courtyard for live music from local bands during the following dates from 12 pm-4 pm*.


Saturday 9/10: Chris Jackson
Sunday 9/11: Remnants of Emily


Saturday 9/17: Soulia and the Sultans
Sunday 9/18: Buttery Barmaids


Saturday 9/24: Profile Reggae Band* Performing 11-3:30 pm
Sunday 9/25: STAX of Soul


Saturday 10/1: Road House Roosters
Sunday 10/2: Jungle Love


Saturday 10/08: Fat Boi’s Brass Band
Sunday 10/09: Cloud NYne
Monday 10/10: STAX of Soul


Saturday 10/15: The Stoop Kidz
Sunday 10/16: Tilly Foster


Saturday 10/22: Big Draw
Sunday 10/23: Bourbon Sprawl


Saturday 10/29: Chris Jackson
Sunday 10/30: Nini & The Gun



Corn Maze for a Cause opening day TBA (mid-late September)|  10 am-5 pm

Our 1-acre corn maze is designed and cut by our very own farmers and is not outsourced. It’s a labor of love and for every $3 ticket, $1 goes to a different local charity each week. Our donation schedule will be announced closer to the opening date.

Tickets to our corn maze are sold at the entrance of our corn maze. We do not take reservations ahead of time. Because our maze is located in the orchard, pick-your-own reservations are required to access our maze. 


The Treasury Cider Bar | 11 am-6 pm
The Treasury Cider Bar will be serving flights and glasses of our very own hard cider made exclusively with our apples for a true Tree-To-Bottle experience. Tables on our wrap-around porch will only be available to those with reservations, though walk-ins are welcomed and can find seating at our picnic tables or in the grass. View what’s on tap and book your reservations here.


Fishkill Farms Grill | Every Weekend 11 am-5:00 pm
Our grill will be serving Jamaican Jerk Chicken, Rice and Beans, Grass-fed burgers, Hot Dogs, homemade mac & cheese, seasonal and farm-fresh veggie meals, and more! We have vegan and gluten-free options available. 
The Farmers and Chef’s Food Truck will be here in our courtyard on 9/23 & 9/24, 10/01 & 10/02, 10/08, 10/09 & 10/10, 10/15 & 10/16, and 10/22 &10/23


Our farm store is packed to the brim with filled with fall favorites such as homemade pies and treats, fresh fruits and veggies right from the farm, artisanal cheeses, local meats, honey and maple syrup, locally made coffee, tea, soaps, candles and a full stock of local NY state produced cider, wine, beer and liquor. We’ll also have an outdoor market with a bright array of edible and decorative pumpkins, squash and gourds out front, and straw bales for all of your fall decorative needs.


Tickets are required to participate in pick-your-own. An apple-picking “reservation” includes admission for up to 5 people* and a half-bushel-sized apple bag to pick apples into (holds about 22 pounds of apples). Additional bags may be purchased when you arrive. Wagon rides are also included with pick-your-own reservations. Pumpkin-only reservations will be added closer to when they will be available. If you have an apple picking reservation, you do not need to book a pumpkin reservation.

*Ages 2 & up; kids under 2 do not need to be counted in reservation number. An additional 2 people can be added at check-in for $5 each (up to 7 people).

Reservations will become available closer to event dates.
Reservations are not currently required to visit the farm store, cider bar or grill however if we reach maximum capacity, we will turn away those without reservations.
We will not accept buses that arrive without prior notice or reservations. Unscheduled buses will be turned away. 


Do you allow dogs or other pets?
Dogs are allowed on the property but are not allowed inside the farm store or in patches or among where fruit and vegetables are grown. They must be on a leash at all times and cleaned up after.  Service animals protected by ADA may accompany their owners where they need to.
Do you allow cars in the orchard?
Yes, we will start allowing cars in the orchard starting September 6th. We ask that you only bring one car per reservation as space is limited. You must obey all orchard signage and stick to the 5mph speed limit. Upon exiting the orchard we will check your trunk before you leave–unfortunately theft is a problem.

Do you require reservations for pick-your-own?
Yes. They can be made on the pick-your-own page of our website. We do not take reservation requests over the phone, through social media or email.

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Is there public transportation to the farm?
The closest train station to our farm is the Beacon Train Station. You can get there by taking the Metro-North Hudson Line. From Beacon, we are located about 15 minutes away by car. Local cab companies, Uber and Lyft service our area and are commonly used to reach the farm. Fishkill Farms is not affiliated with any of these ride services.
Do you accept credit cards?
Yes. We accept all major credit cards at all points of sale throughout the farm.


Can we barbecue at the farm?
No. Cookouts, barbecues, alcoholic beverages, and loud music are not allowed.
Click here for more FAQs and What to Expect.