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Five generations have worked the land at Wright's Farm since it opened in 1903, 75 miles north of New York City in Gardiner, NY. What began as a humble fruit stand beneath a maple tree is now a sprawling 453-acre farm, complete with rows upon rows of cherries, peaches, plums, tomatoes, and pumpkins. It's the apples that many visitors know best, though. The farm produces 100,000 bushels annually, and in the autumn guests are invited to pick their own from the orchard. Of course, there's more to enjoy than the fruit. Hot apple cider doughnuts, fresh cider, homemade baked goods, jams, jellies, pickles, and salsa are all available at the farm market. Visitors are encouraged to picnic, tailgate, barbecue, or even play football.
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