Deja Vu: Upstate NY Apple Orchard Voted Nation’s Best, Again!
One of New York's most stunning orchards is once again being recognized as one of the nation's best!
At some point in the next few weeks, you will most likely pile into the family cruiser with your crew to visit your favorite local orchard from one of New York's most popular fall pastimes: apple picking! Throw in some cider and apple donuts, and you have a great day outdoors everyone will love. Maybe this year, you want to switch it up from something truly special! One Empire State Orchard is getting recognition as one of the 5 best in the whole country.
Upstate New York Orchard Voted One of 10 Best In America
Once again, one of Upstate New York's most beautiful orchards has been voted among the 10 best in the United States by USA Today Readers. You need to head out to the Syracuse area to enjoy this stunning destination!
Congrats to the beautiful Beak and Skiff Apple Orchards in Lafayette for once again landing among the country's best and being voted the #5 best apple orchard nationwide! Here is what the USA Today had to say about Beak and Skiff:
This family-owned orchard has been growing apples since onion farmer George Skiff and dairy farmer Andrew Beak joined forces in 1911 to plant apples on a hillside along Route 20. The rest, as they say, is history. Gala, McIntosh, Ginger Gold, and Paula Red are just a few of the varieties offered from late August through late October.
Beak and Skiff also brews up their tasty line of 1911 Hard Ciders! Great ciders, donuts and this one-of-a-kind New York orchard will make for an amazing apple-picking adventure with your family!