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    I am looking to take my family apple picking tomorrow. Does anyone know of a place that is not too far from Brooklyn? I found a nice farm in warwick, ny but it’s kind of far. please post if you can help.


    here’s what i got to help you:

    1)MR. APPLES

    Philip Apple

    Mr. Apples Orchard

    Box 98 High Falls, N.Y. 12440

    (845) 687-0005

    (845) 687-9498

    this place is at least 2 hours from Brooklyn! great place, lots of fun, big orchards!

    2) Lee Turkey Farm do a google search on their website it says September/October- Apples, Pears, Raspberries picking

    Lee Turkey Farm

    201 Hickory Corner Rd.

    East Windsor, NJ


    Phone 609-448-0629

    from what i remember, this place should be a lot closer then the first place i gave you! this too is a really nice farm & picking apples is fun for kids!

    YW Moderator-72

    here is a good site to help you find a place:



    Money really does grow on trees in the chatzrois hakedoishim of Creedmoor! Come and pick the odd denomination foodshtemp tree in front of the Creedmoorer sukkah on 7th day Chol HaMoed Creedmoorer Sukkos! You can then use the foodshtempelach at Mega Mehadrin Mart for the best in polystyrene galle (ptcha)!

    For more information call Vashti Schmoigerman at 1-888-URA-FREIER.


    For those going to Lee Turkey Farm. Please note the following from their website:

    “It’s time to mark your calendar for the 2009 Fall Harvest Days Festival. This year’s Festival Days will be held October 5th through the 8th. During these four days there will be an admission fee of $5.00 per person (children under the age of 3 years are free). The admission includes access to the corn maze and a special price for all fruits and vegetables. Fill a 1/2 bushel with any mix of produce and it’s only $20.00. There is a smaller container for $9.00.”

    This admission fee is non existent before and after chol hamoed, so, if you have been there before (not on chol hamoed) and dont remember an admission fee, your not losing your memory.

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