Greig Farm in the Hudson Valley has been open to the public for pick-your-own fruits and vegetables for more than 70 years. Particularly as we are looking for more activities to enjoy while social distancing, spending time outdoors on a farm is an ideal option this spring, summer and fall.
Pick farm fresh fruits and vegetables, shop the farmers market, feed the goats, wander the grounds, and enjoy the bucolic Hudson Valley!
The pick-your-own season begins in May with crisp asparagus, followed shortly after by extra-sweet strawberries. There’s no better taste than a fresh strawberry still warm from the sun! In July, comes Greig’s prized blueberry crop, followed in August by the finger-staining blackberries. Apple picking begins in late August and they offer over ten varieties of apples through the end of October. As Halloween nears, you will also find acres of field pumpkins (for carving) and sugar pumpkins (for baking).
Learn more about safety protocols, picking and visiting the farm here.