At Duke Farms, you’ll find over 1000 acres of land devoted to an ongoing exploration—of native species, preservation and sustainability efforts, and of the area’s natural beauty. Join us for a walk or bike ride through the landscape. Attend a workshop, event or festival. Eat at our award-winning café or support local farmers at our seasonal market.
Holland Ridge Farms
Holland Ridge Farms got its roots opening the first Tulip Festival in April 2018, on central New Jersey farmland, now the largest on the East Coast. The tulip fields planted on over 50 acres of beautiful grounds, and the farm, which sits on over 153 acres, boasts lovingly restored barns, housing something special for everyone including a few furry barnyard friends.
Happy Day Farm
Open seasonally for blueberries, raspberries, pumpkins, sunflowers, lavender and more! Apple& Pumkin festivals as well as various other events throughout the year.
Battleview Orchards allows the public the opportunity to pick their own New Jersey Strawberries, Sour Cherries, New Jersey Peaches, Nectarines, New Jersey Apples, and Pumpkins.The Country Store is open all year. It features our own Fresh Pressed Cider and our famous Apple Cider Donuts, along with quality fresh fruits and vegetables.
Alstede Farms produces fresh harvested home grown fruits, vegetables, and flowers on over 500 acres of beautiful Garden State farmland; most of which is permanently preserved through the state's Farmland Preservation Program. All of the fresh produce is grown using only Sustainable and Certified Organic cultural methods.
Abma's Farm Market, Greenhouse & Petting Zoo
Abma’s Farm is a 30-acre family owned and operated farm. We personally supply our farm market with over 95 different varieties of produce throughout the entire year. Come on down to the farm and visit our Barnyard Petting Zoo! Check out one of a kind features like our goat walk and Bunnyville. Visit our goats, sheep, alpaca, donkeys, ponies, bunnies, pigs, and more!
Our 60,000 square foot retail market specializes in fresh fruits and vegetables. We offer a wide array of baked goods all made on site in our scratch bakery. We’re home to the finest meats and cheeses with unique deli, prepared foods and grocery sections. Perfect gift baskets, coffees and teas, an ever increasing organic department, a personal shopping experience offering curbside service, catering and outdoor dining at our Cider Café where you can enjoy your meal under one of our many apple trees.
Apple picking, pumpkin picking, cider, pies, farm animals, pick your own, field trips, farm market, gift baskets and more can be found at the Mount Family’s 200 fruit- and vegetable-producing acres noted for quality products and country-style service. . Fresh pressed cider, pies, homemade baked goods, gift baskets and more can be found.
Bobolink Dairy & Bakehouse
Good, wholesome, nutritious food is a passion for us, and creating good food in a sustainable manner, while healing the earth, is our life’s mission.
Melick's Town Farm
Pick your own pumpkins, string beans and apples, including: Macoun, Fuji, Mutsu, Cameo, Red & Golden Delicious and Jonagold . The pumpkin patch is a bit of a walk from the farm market, please bring your own wagon or cart if you wish. Our orchards in Califon are open daily, from 9:00 - 6:00 with last entry for picking at 5:00. Kids can enjoy our free grass maze and see our cute goats.
Giamarese Farm & Orchards
Visit our Farm Market for baked goods, jams ice cream, seasonal decorations and fruits & veggies including own field-fresh produce. We also have a Greenhouse, several Pick-Your-Own varieties, School & Group Tours and a CSA program.
Von Thun's Country Farm Market
As a family owned and operated business, we have welcomed visitors to our farm in scenic central New Jersey for five generations. We are open from spring through fall every year. Come to the farm for old-fashioned family fun! There is so much to do with each changing season. Bring your family for an unforgettable day of fun and delicious farm-fresh produce.
Eastmont Orchards has been owned by the Barclay family since 1923. The first apple trees were planted in 1911 by Mr. Fred Lerch in consultation with the present owner’s great grandfather, John Barclay. Since Mr. Lerch had little farming experience, the orchard did not succeed and by 1923 the property was offered for sale. In 1919 John Barclay’s son, Carroll, married Ruth Applegate and in 1922 Ruth’s father, Charles, seized the opportunity and purchased the farm. In those days apples grown in this area were sold locally or shipped by barges out of Red Bank, down the Navesink River all the way to New York City. Later, as transportation improved, fruit was shipped directly to supermarkets or exported from the shipping ports of New York City and Philadelphia. Today we sell all of our products retail, direct to the consumer via “pick-your-own.” This allows us to offer you fresher produce at a lower cost. We hope you will visit us at Eastmont Orchards soon!
We at Mackey's pride ourselves on providing the community and beyond with high-quality fruit and vegetables.
Through the years the farm market has continued to evolve with the times, still offering the finest quality fresh fruits and vegetables, but also offering many of the conveniences and services sought today by patrons: a from-scratch salad bar, country bakery, delicatessen, ice cream parlor, and an endless selection of indulgent goodies (like homemade doughnuts and apple cider!) as well as unique gift and gourmet items.
Sun High Orchards
You have found one of Morris Counties best kept secrets! Our origin dates back to 1945 when Fred and Ranghild Bostrom planted the first fruit trees on Sun High's 25 acres. Our history of providing the community with the highest quality of tree fresh peaches and apples continues today, but with some tasty additions!
Walk into our store and the aroma of fresh baked pies hits you. That smell of cinnamon and nutmeg tells you that we made it fresh today.
Howell Living History Farm
he history of Howell Farm is long and varied. Since farming began on this site in the 1730s, just about every type of farming situation has occurred here. The farm has evolved from a grain producing farm to a dairy farm and over the years various crops have been grown, animals raised, products produced, etc. The farm has gone through periods of family ownership and occupation and absentee owner/tenant farmer occupation.
Stony Hill Farm Market
Stony Hill Gardens opened in 1988 with a focus that began in cut flower orchids. Since then, we have expanded to become a family destination. In 2001, we opened our Farm Market. Not only do we sell orchids and other plants at our Gardens location, but our Market and Maze Fun Park boasts a 10-acre corn maze, other fun attractions, our own Jersey-fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, hayrides, a wide variety of seasonal plants, Christmas trees, and much more.
Fosterfields Living Historical Farm
Experience farm living as it was done over 100 years ago at Fosterfields Living Historical Farm. At this 213.4-acre New Jersey and National Register Historic Site, you can enjoy many of the daily farm activities that took place in the 1920s. On the farm, visit the farm animals, witness the farmer plowing or planting of the fields using antique machinery, and help perform daily tasks, such as colleting eggs, grinding corn to feed the chickens, and cleaning the harness. Visit the authentic 1920s Farmhouse where the farm foreman once lived, and compare it to the 1854 Gothic revival-style mansion, The Willows that was once the home to the elite Foster family, the previous owners of Fosterfields. Strike up a conversation with one of the docents dressed in period clothing to learn more details about the lifestyle of those who lived and worked on the farm. Tour the interactive Transportation Exhibit filled with antique automobiles.
Located at the beautiful Tuscan-themed Sunset View Farm in Andover Twp, New Jersey, offering a Community Supported Garden which includes an Accessible Garden and Picnic Area, Onsite Learning Center and unique educational programs. Located on 20 acres of Sussex County farmland, Sunset Vista is known for its breathtaking views of nature, beautiful gardens, and self-contained nature classroom. We support and endorse organic practices.