The Hudson Valley is filled with activities for all ages. Visitors from different states take a trip to the Hudson Valley to explore its beauty, especially during Fall.

While some are curious about New York Upstate's pick for the best fall foliage, others are soaking up any tree that they can spot with bright, unique colors.

During fall, residents and out-of-town visitors are on the hunt for the best fall foliage, local apple orchards and pumpkin picking.

History buffs take a trip to Sleepy Hollow, NY and explore all that spooky season has to offer there and to learn about the Legend of Sleepy Hollow.

Visit These Three Beautiful Hudson Valley Farms

Canva, Allison Kay, Facebook, Kelder's Farm
Canva, Allison Kay, Facebook, Kelder's Farm

Scenery in the Hudson Valley is something that looks like a picture from a painting. I love seeing the beautiful blue sky, lit up with sunshine, the bright green grass and red barns all along the roads on the scenic route.

A peaceful Orange County, NY lavender farm had different events such as sound baths, flower painting and more this summer. Guests can relax as they walk the lavender fields when they're in full bloom.

A popular Dutchess County, NY farm has 175 acres with Pick Your Own options such as vegetables, peaches, apples and pumpkins that hosts different events. They also have live music, a petting zoo and more fun options on site.

A beautiful Ulster County, NY farm has different activities for all ages such as giant board games, spider web, milk a cow and more. Guests can also take part in vegetable picking, berry picking, apple picking and pumpkin picking as well.

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Have You Been To This Award Winning Ulster County, NY Farm?

Canva, Google Maps
Canva, Google Maps

This award winning Ulster County, NY farm is 200 years old.

It can be described as,

"This bicentennial family farm is a popular agricultural destination where families are able to take a step away from the hustle and bustle of life, unplug from technology, and reconnect with their families and their roots."

Since 1779, this farm has been a place where chickens, pigs and dairy cattle have lived and now it's a tourist attraction.

Here Are The Top Three Must See Attractions At Kelder's Farm In Kerhonkson, NY

Kelder's Farm explained,

"Kelder’s Farm, is an award winning sustainable farm in the Hudson Valley."

Those who visit can hang out with the farm animals, play mini golf, have fun with the pumpkin and candy cannons, visit the corn crib and more. This year, the ropes course is a new addition to the farm along with the 2023 corn maze design. Food and drinks are also available on site.

Here are the top three must see attractions at Kelder's Farm.

Visit Guiness Book of World Records 2009, Largest Garden Gnome At Kelder's Farm

This may be something that you have never seen before.

The Largest Garden Gnome is at Kelder's Farm in Kerhonkson, NY. It is also known for being in the Guiness Book of World Records in 2009, impressive!

Jump As High As You Can On The Giant Jumping Pillow At Kelder's Farm

Get ready to move at this farm.

Those who visit are encouraged to "Jump as high as the sky" on the giant jumping pillow at this popular Ulster County, NY family run farm.

Get Ready To Bounce On The Newest Addition At Kelder's Farm

When was the last time that you did this?

The 60 foot jumping pad is new to Kelder's Farm this year. It looks like a giant Jack-O-Lantern and will be something that all ages cannot resist.

Additional information can be found on their website.

Which Hudson Valley farm is your favorite to visit in the Hudson Valley? Will you be bouncing on the giant Jack-O-Lantern pad, jumping on the giant pillow or visiting the largest gnome? Tell us more below.

Kelder's Farm

5755 U.S. Route 209

Kerhonkson, NY 12446

Escape To This Enchanting Hudson Valley Treehouse

When searching for something different, fun and peaceful to experience in the Hudson Valley, guests don't have to look far.

A Hudson Valley treecastle provides a space unlike any other Airbnb.

Gallery Credit: The Treecastle at the Roundhouse Homestead, Airbnb,

5 Must See Scenic Drives In The Hudson Valley

When was the last time that you took the scenic route or the back road? There's something so peaceful about taking in the views of the beautiful farmland and the smells of fresh grass with the windows down. 

The next time that you're out for a drive, take one of these scenic routes to capture the beauty of the area that we get to call home.


Gallery Credit: Allison Kay

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