Indian Creek Farm

1408 Trumansburg Road
NY 14850

Indian Creek Farm

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Overlooking Finger Lakes wine country, and blessed with some of the world’s best soil for growing fruit trees, Indian Creek Farm is among the oldest orchards in New York. They offer 40 acres of seasonal picking, including peaches, apples, tomatoes, peppers, pumpkins and more — just 3 minutes north of downtown Ithaca. The farm is an easy destination for families visiting Cornell University, Ithaca College, and Wells College. You’ll have fun kicking around the orchards and getting a sense of the surroundings off campus. Travelers on the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail pass right through our neck of the woods. We even get lots of New York City people escaping the concrete jungle for a day upcountry.

You are invited to visit their farmstand full of beautiful fruits and vegetables. If it’s country air you want, and a sense of accomplishment, wander the grounds and try your hand at u-picking. The orchards, veggie fields, and berry patches are your grocery aisles with a view.
In the Vintage Orchard, you will find the beloved varieties McIntosh, Rome Beauty, Cortland, Northern Spy and Mutsu. Growing on 100-year-old trees that have weathered the ages, these classic apples are fresh and antique at the same time. Meanwhile the new Dwarf Orchard, which comes into full swing during 2011, will put an incredible 60 varieties of apples within arm’s reach — and right at eye-level for kids.

The owners think of Indian Creek Farm as the state park with no cover charge. Eight dollars gets you into a state park — it costs nothing to visit the farm. Stroll around, have a picnic, grill out, use the free wireless internet.
There are fun spots scattered around, and each month from May through November brings new delights. Come see the seasons at Indian Creek. Bring the kids or bring a date. Hide from the world, read a book, and take in the glorious fall foliage. You can wave to the the dogs and the red-tailed hawk.

Open to the public every day from sunrise to sunset. You can hand-pick fruits and vegetables in the fields yourself – or pop into the farmstand for a fix of fresh produce that we have harvested especially for you.

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