It is officially apple picking season in the Hudson Valley and I know I have mentioned this before but I am going to mention it again, Honeycrisp apple are my favorite. If you are a fan then you are definitely going to wan to keep reading.

Kelder's Farm at 5755 Route 209 in Kerhonkson has fresh locally grown Honeycrisp apples ready to be picked. This weekend Kelder's Farm is holding thier Honeycrisp Apple Harvest. Tomorrow and Sunday and throughout the fall until they are all gone you are invited to come out an harvest your own bushel of Honeycrisp apples right off their trees.

Kelder's Farm hours are 10 AM to 6 PM Saturdays and Sunday. They due limit tickets due to the COVID-19 outbreak so make sure reserve a spot a head of time. You can log onto to reserve your spot today. For the non-Honeycrisp fans there are plenty of other delicious apples and activities to enjoy. They have fruits and vegetables for picking plus an Ice Cream Barn.

You can enjoy all this at Kelder's Farm now through September 20th. Then on September 21st Kelder's Farm turns the focus to Pumpkins.

If your not sure what to do with all the apples you bring home I am happy to steer you to a recipe I found online for Honeycrisp Apple Pie from Epicurious.


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