Agritourism is the crossroads of tourism and agriculture: when the public visits working farms, ranches or wineries to buy products, enjoy entertainment, participate in activities, shop in a country store, or eat a locally sourced meal. Picking your own apples, pumpkins, and sunflowers in a beautiful orchard is just one of the fun and fabulous activities waiting for you at Minard's Family Farm.

Pick your apples fresh from the orchard, then...

Take a ride on the Busy Bee Express
Explore our one-of-a kind 2.5 acre corn maze
Climb Tire Mountain
Release your inner spider on our kid sized web
Go gem mining
Pedal carts for young and old
Set off on a Tractor Climb
Rent a lakeside fire pit
Go on safari with our unique "Apple Slingshot"
Pick your own pumpkins from our patch
Defy gravity on our 40'x70' Bounce Pillow
Zip down our Combine Slides
Play Barnyard Football, Baseball, Basketball
Visit the Clintondale Game Farm
Get artistic on the Chalk Bus
Pick sunflowers from our field
Tour the farm on our hay ride
Go pumpkin bowling
Join in on Tug of War
Explore our Tunnels
Relax with Apple Checkers
Take aim with our Apple Cannon
Enjoy a lakeside picnic
Savor an adult beverage at Mac's Tavern

Schedule a private group visit, field trip, corporate retreat, or birthday party!

Minard's isn't just for kids. If your office, club, organization, or civic group is looking to explore their inner child to boost morale and team build, there's no better place than the wide open spaces of Minard's Family Farm. After a day of fun, gather around a lakeside fire pit with views of our orchards to one side and the Shawangunk Ridge on the other. It truly doesn't get any better!

Agritourism is one of the fastest growing sectors in the eco-tourism industry. There is nothing new about this form of travel, which involves visiting a working farm or other agriculture-oriented property and perhaps even sampling the day-to-day lifestyle of the people who tend the crops or livestock there. Tourists have been staying at Italian vineyards and Rocky Mountain ranches for decades. The idea of relaxing in a beautiful setting or sampling the adventurous Old West lifestyle is certainly still part of the attraction of agritourism. On some farms that welcome tourists, however, the goal is less about providing a unique vacation and more about fostering a deeper understanding of the farming process through education and hands-on experience.

Escape from the stress of traffic jams, office cubicles and carpooling! Minard's Family Farm will teach your children (and you!) how food is grown. Enjoy a drive to the country and spending the day together, especially in these digital days.