Text Warren 315-727-8347 for reservations. Please txt: BW followed by your name, days you want to arrive and stay through, your rig type and size.
8 minutes from I90 exit 38 or 39
16 minutes from I81 downtown Syracuse
This is a 5th generation farm. Ice cream, u-pick apples, berries, honey, maple syrup, produce, cheese, fruit jams, pickles, bakery, fudge, cider press, pumpkins, and so much more! We have a corn maze, bouncing pillow, self-guided tours. Strawberries in June, Raspberries, Sweet Cherries and Blueberries in July, Blueberries and Apples in August. Sweet Cider and Apples in September and we ad Pumpkins in October. Fall festivals in Sept & Oct and other festivals throughout the year. During festivals, we have food available.
Abbott Farms Wine & Cidery is a New York State farm winery and is part of Abbott Farms in Baldwinsville. We specialize in small batch hard ciders made from apples and fruit grown on site. We invite you to experience the different tastes we have fun creating new ciders.
Electric hookup varies by site from none to 15.30 or 50, suggested donation is 0,5,10,15 accordingly.
Potable chlorinated water is available to fill your tank, nc
Grey and black water dump is available right now only if you have a macerator pump and about 50ft of hose from the pump. Suggested dump donation is $5. (help us improve)
The farmstead sites are marked on a google maps picture with details about the power which I can text you. Sites are in driveways except the true boondocking sites in the berry patch or at the shooting range. The farmstead comes alive by 8am and we are usually quiet by 8pm unless something is needed.
Warren Abbott, CEO, CFO, and all-around techhead, leads the farm. He graduated from Purdue University in 1987 with a BS in Agricultural Economics burning a hole in his pocket. He always said he went to school for three people (himself, his dad and mom) because they all valued continuing education and new ventures. Warren’s vision was for a profitable grain crop farm joined with a fall U-picking operation that would engage the residential population in Greater Baldwinsville. Over time, his vision for the farm has evolved into a full-season U-pick and entertainment destination. When Warren is not being husband or farmer he is a firearms instructor.
Warren stole Alice out of New Jersey. Alice is the Farm General manager with a long history in management and customer service. She has owned three hair salons and still styles at home by appointment.
Windsor Abbott is the fourth generation of Abbotts to farm here. He spearheaded the change from dairy production to crops in 1964. He was the innovative purchaser of welders, front-end loaders, red equipment, and strategic land. He still works 60-hour weeks running equipment, fine-tuning systems, and contributing expertise to projects and decisions.
Nancy Abbott hand-picked Windsor for her husband — in the third grade! He stole the erasers off her pencils; she smiled; and the rest is history. She graduated from Cornell with a Home Economics degree in 1956. She taught school locally for a few years, then opened a roadside stand to sell Abbott apples and potatoes. She started the first school tours on the farm.
Pets are not allowed in the Petting Barnyard, the Store or in any of the fruit fields as prohibited by Sate and Federal law. Smoking needs to be handled carefully using common sense. In New York there is no smoking in public places. Farms are both flammable and explosive ! as well This is a working farm.
heavy based gravel or millings, grass is also available
Plenty of room, if you unhook, please unhook on the farm.
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