Welcome to Dutchess County Farm Fresh Tours! Check out all the tours for 2018!

REQUIRED: For Metro-North Railroad tours, you MUST make a reservation with your credit card ($1.00 deposit) here and then you may purchase the specific package at any Metro-North Railroad full-service vending machine or ticket window anytime prior to the tour or the day of the tour. NOTE:  No-shows will be charged a $20.00 per person/number of reservations fee to their credit card if we do not receive your cancellation notice by the Wednesday night before your tour by emailing reservations@escapemaker.com.



Dutchess Apple Picking & Farms with Hop On/Off Shuttle
September 15, 16, 22, 23, 29, 30 – Saturday & Sundays
October 13, 14, 20, 21 – Saturday & Sundays

Make your own itinerary! Plot your own day’s adventure on a hop on/off looping shuttle that picks you up at the Beacon Station in Dutchess County and drops off at a variety of local pick-your-own fruit farms. Revel in the fall foliage and apple orchards! NEW: This year, the apple picking / all farm entrance fees are included in your ticket. The bus will make stops at Fishkill Farms, Meadowbrook Farm, and Sprout Creek Farm, where you can spend time exploring fall harvest festivities in full swing, go apple picking, pet farm animals, and sample delicious local cheese and cider!


Dutchess Farms, Apple & Pumpkin Picking Weekend
October 27, 28 –
Saturday & Sunday

Catch the bus in NYC and enjoy all the crisp smells, sounds and sights of fall as we visit the winding apple orchards and pumpkin patches of Dutchess County. Attendees will take the shuttle throughout the day to visit the various farms and locations. Explore the food-centric and historic towns of Rhinebeck or Red Hook and visit the bountiful pick-your-own apple and pumpkin farms of Dutchess County. Pending fruit availability, stops could include Greig Farm and Mead Orchards. Pending availability, pick apples, pumpkins and other seasonal produce. Plus, visit with farm animals, peruse the farm markets and get lost in corn mazes at Hahn Farm and Kesicke Farm.