Other Local Farms In Rockland County


BLUEFIELD FARM

690 WESTERN HWY N, BLAUVELT, NY 10913

An organic flower farm & picturesque venue for weddings, events and film shoots.

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Dr. DAVIES FARM

306 NY-304, CONGERS, NY 10920• (845) 268-7020 • WEBSITE

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The Davies Farmhouse was built in 1836. It was part of a 450-acre farm that ran from Rockland Lake to the Hudson River. In 1891, Arthur B. Davies and Dr. Lucy Meriwether married and purchased what is now the Davies home farm for $6,500.00. It consisted of 38 acres, a two-story farmhouse and a barn.

Dr. Lucy Virginia Davies, also known as "Dockie," in addition to having a full time medical practice  also became an acclaimed farmer. Niles Jr. returned home from Cornell in 1952 to run the farm. At this time there were over 500 farms in Rockland County.

Now with only  a handful of farms left, Davies Farm is the central Rockland location for apple picking, hayrides and all kinds of autumn family fun. Dr. Davies Farm grows on 70 acres of land and has more than 4,000 apple trees that will enchant you as you drive down Route 304 throughout the year.

 

THE DURYEA FARM, of the FELLOWSHIP COMMUNITY

101 ACKERTOWN RD, MONSEY, NY 10952 • (845) 356-8494 EXT. 2 • WEBSITE

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A cooperative vegetable, dairy, fruit and honey farm that uses timeless, sustainable farming techniques to provide good food and agricultural education to its community.  The members of this cooperative farm share the responsibilities of farming and running the cooperative farmstand and general store, The Hungry Hollow Co-op.

 
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THE ORCHARDS OF CONCKLIN

2 S MOUNTAIN RD, POMONA, NY 10970

(845) 354-0369

Celebrating its third century of food production, The Orchards of Concklin is the oldest farm in Rockland County. It was founded by one of the original families of settlers in the region, and you will feel transported back to Rockland’s earliest farming days when you’re enveloped by acres of orchards saturated in spring color or perfuming the air with the sultry-sweet autumn scent of ripening fruit.

 

THE PFEIFFER CENTER

260 HUNGRY HOLLOW RD, SPRING VALLEY, NY 10977

(845) 352-5020

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The Pfeiffer Center practices, teaches and promotes biodynamics, a spiritually based approach to working toward the renewal of agriculture. As one of the premier biodynamic education centers in the world, The Pfeiffer Center is celebrated for its intensive workshops and retreats for adults and children.

 
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THE STONY POINT CENTER FARM

17 CRICKETOWN RD, STONY POINT, NY 10980

(845) 786-5674
 

A learning laboratory for food justice, the Stony Point Center Farm aims to increase food access for all people in the community. Tours of the organic farm and its animals are available during visits to the Stony Point Center.

 

VAN HOUTEN FARMS & GARDEN CENTER

68 SICKLETOWN RD, ORANGEBURG, NY 10962

(845) 735-4689

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A farm replete with history and variety, Van Houten Farms has been growing fresh produce, annual and perennial garden plants, trees, shrubs and herbs for more than 60 years.

 

Horse Stables In Rockland County

NICKEL-O FARMS, WEST NYACK, NY

COUNTRY LEE FARM, POMONA, NY

SILVER ROCK FARM, ORANGEBURG, NY

RAMAPO EQUESTRIAN CENTER, SUFFERN, NY

TOP OF THE LINE STABLES, CHESTNUT RIDGE, NY

STONE HEDGE FARM, SUFFERN, NY

CLAUSLAND MOUNTAIN STABLE, ORANGEBURG, NY