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Stone Ridge Orchard

 
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Pumpkin Patches, Hay Rides (Kid Friendly), Other Events
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Stone Ridge Orchard is a 200-year-old working farm in the heart of the Rondout Valley.

There are good apples, great cider, a petting zoo and lots of pumpkins.

Columbus Day Weekend: Hayrides, cider dinner, and other fun fall activities! Email Haunt Owner
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From NEW YORK CITY Take I-87 (Major Deegan/New York State Thruway) north from New York City to exit 19, Kingston. Take Rt. 209 south (Ellenville exit) 10.5 miles south to Stone Ridge. In Stone Ridge, turn left at the second traffic light onto Rt. 213 east. Stone Ridge Orchard is 2/10 of a mile on the left. (If you get to High Falls, you've gone too far!) To get to the orchard from New Paltz (exit 18), see below. From ALBANY & the North Country Take the I-87 (Northway/New York State Thruway) south to exit 19, Kingston. Take Rt. 209 south (Ellenville exit) 10.5 miles south to Stone Ridge. In Stone Ridge, turn left at the second traffic light onto Rt. 213 east. Stone Ridge Orchard is 2/10 of a mile on the left. (If you get to High Falls, you've gone too far!) From NEW PALTZ New Paltz is a great town, and the views of the 'Gunks in full color are quite stunning. Unfortunately in the fall it can be a nightmare to get through because of all the traffic. However, in order to get here from there, take Rt. 32 north from New Paltz towards the town of Rosendale. After you cross the 2nd metal bridge, take a left onto Rt. 213 west through the town of Rosendale. Go 3 miles to High Falls and cross another metal bridge. Follow Rt. 213 for another mile and you will see Stone Ridge Orchard on the right. (If you get to the village of Stone Ridge, you've gone too far!). For more information about things to do in New Paltz, please visit www.newpaltzchamber.org. From CONNECTICUT From Hartford, Waterbury, or Danbury, take I-84 west (or I-91S) to the I-87 (New York State Thruway) exit. Head north on the I-87 to Exit 19, Kingston. Follow the directions above for Kingston. From New Haven, New London, or other locations on the coast. Take I-95 south to SR34 to Mile Hill Road to Exit 11 for I-84 west. Take I-84 to I-87 (New York State Thruway). Head north on the I-87 to Exit 19, Kingston. Follow the directions above for Kingston. To get to the orchard from New Paltz (exit 18), see below. From ROUTE 17 Depending on where you are coming from, head East or West on Rt. 17, turn north on to Rt. 209 near Wurtsboro. Take Rt. 209 north approximately 41 miles. Turn right onto Rt. 213, the first traffic light in Stone Ridge. The orchard is 2/10 of a mile on the left. From ROUTE 52 Depending on where you are coming from, head East or West on Rt. 52, turn north on to Rt. 209 near Ellenville. Take Rt. 209 north approximately 28 miles. Turn right onto Rt. 213, the first traffic light in Stone Ridge. The orchard is 2/10 of a mile on the left.

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