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Spend a weekend or mid-week trip on the North Fork to visit farms for apple, berry and pumpkin picking, family attractions, corn mazes, award-winning vineyards and waterfront restaurants. Don’t forget to grab an apple cider donut!
A Long Island staple serving up renowned fruit pies, fruit cream pies, jams and jellies. Stop by early for the best selection of fresh pies.
The family will love Garden of Eve Organic Market complete with a fun field for kids, jump pad, farm animals and bicycle race track.
Serving generous portions of exquisite casual country cooking. Head to the Grand Sunday Country Buffet Brunch featuring home town cooking with small and large plate selections.
For craft brews and spirits head to Riverhead Ciderhouse for their flavored seasonal ciders or Long Island Spirits, a must try is the LIV Espresso.
Open daily through November 1, head to Harbes Orchard for apple picking, apple cider donuts and cider slushies. The 78-acre orchard features 27 different apple varieties.
For animal enouncters, head to Spirit’s Promise Rescue dedicated to horse rehabilitation or Hallockville Museum Farm.
Enjoy Harbes Barnyard Adventure’s many attractions including an obstacle course, jumbo jumpers, playgrounds, farm animals, sports zone, gnome hedge maze, trike track and more! At Harbes Family Farm experience pumpkin picking, Wizard of Oz themed corn maze, hayride tour and grab farmstand specialty treats. Get a taste of the new Apple Crisp Ice Cream and adults can enjoy wine from the Wine Barn.
Across from Harbes, don’t miss Patty’s Berries & Bunches for fresh sunflowers, produce and plants. Enjoy a delicious treat from their Ice Cream Patch made with fresh and local ingredients like North Fork corn and fruits.
Order house-roasted coffee and upscale comfort meals including a chicken, gaucamole & bacon sandwhich or goat cheese panini in this upscale quaint and charming cafe.
Sparkling Pointe is dedicated to the exclusive production of Méthode Champenoise Sparkling Wines. Try the Sparkling Wine + Chocolate Pairing available at the tasting house. The winery embodies a Brazilian theme with signature Carnaval themed wines.
Shop at the local boutiques and antique shops in the maritime village of downtown Greenport.
Waterfront dining is available at at Claudio’s Restaurant, Claudio’s Waterfront, and Crabby Jerry’s. Enjoy fresh seafood including North Fork Oysters.
Use the Long Island Downtown Deals Travel Pass for a discounted New Doughnado at Ralph’s of Greenport.
The Greenporter Hotel is a small, privately owned Green-Certified hotel. The 30 room hotel is designed in a 1950’s retro style, conveying the feel of a comfortable beach house for the guest seeking a casual but stylish setting. The hotel is within walking distance of restaurants, boutiques, galleries and village docks.
Crazy Beans serves up delicious breakfast, offering omlets, eggs, pancakes, breakfast quesadillas and breakfast burritos paired with flavorful lattes. Choose between flavors including gingerbead, cookie butter, toasted marshmallow and more!
The East End Seaport Museum offers a 2-hour lighthouse cruise to explore Bug Light and a 3.5-hour cruise that tours additional lighthouses and attractions in the area. Originally built in 1860, Bug Lighthouse is a symbol of Greenport’s maritime heritage.
All brews are made in two small craft breweries on the North Fork. The original location is inside an old firehouse in Greenport. The tasting room and restaurant are located in Peconic. Try the new seasonal U-Pick and Leaf Pile Pumpkin Ales.
U-pick apple and pumpkin experiences are available on Saturday. Pick up fresh fruit jam and jellies, homemade pies, chocolate fudge and fresh apple cider donuts. Wickham Farm is home to the oldest cider press on Long Island, built in 1902.
Across from Pindar Vineyards, visit Krupski Farms to walk through the haunted barn.
Head to Pindar Vineyards for their signaure Sunflower Chardonnay and variety of red, wine and rosé wines.
Delicious donut flavors await at North Fork Donut Company with new flavor options daily.
Pick your own pumpkins in the large pumpkin field. Then enjoy hay rides, the corn maze, hand and arm painting, country store and flower house.
Stop at Bayview Farms for fresh produce and insta-worthy shots of their outdoor seating area.
Family owned and operated since 1982, Woodside Orchards offers u-pick apple experiences with 28 varieties. While you’re there grab a tasting flight of hard cider and apple cider donuts, apple bread and pies.
Hallock’s Cider Mill is home to a tree house filled with garden gnomes that the kids will love and serve up flavorful cider and baked goods.
For craft ales, head to Long Ireland Beer Company and Moustache Brewing Company for seasonal brews including Pumpkin Ale and Oktoberfest.
Located in a rustic refurbised farmhouse with views of the Peconic River shore. Dine on the riverfront lawn with adirondack chairs and country fire pit. The menu includes fresh ingrediants and seasonal dishes.
North Fork Sunflower Maze, Bayview Market & Farms, Hallock’s Cider Mill, Breeze Hill Farm, Wickham’s Fruit Farm, Schmidt’s, Fox Hollow Farms, Windy Acres Farm, Lewin’s Farm, Hank’s Pumpkintown, Lenny Bruno Farms, Sep’s Farm, Jason’s Vineyards (animals outside), Goodale Farm
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