Welcome to Phillies Bridge Farm Project!
Private group tours of our farm are available. These tours are designed for tour operators, nonprofits, educational organizations, and community groups, cover the farm in its entirety, and are led by knowledgeable staff members.
There are several activities to choose from:
Greenhouse and farmed fields
Gardens: education (edibles), discovery (sensory hands-on), and herbs
Chickens and goats (in season)
Nature trail hike
Tasting menu – small plates
Farm-to-table meal with seasonal vegetables and local wine, beer or cider
Group size: minimum 10 / maximum 60
How long does the outing take?
We can create a short one-hour introductory outing or a more in-depth exploration four-hour journey. We are flexible and will customize to any length of time as per your group’s interests.
When is the best time to visit?
June through October is the best time to visit as this is the period when the farm displays the most vibrant plants.
Where is the farm?
Our farm, conveniently located between New Paltz and Gardiner, NY, includes six acres of organically-grown vegetables and berries, enchanting gardens, greenhouse, an historic farmstead, farm animals, inspiring views of the Shawangunk Ridge, a nature trail that winds through forest and wetland, and a large pavilion to protect against the elements for your picnic or lecture.
Phillies Bridge Farm Project has hosted group tours at our farm for over a decade. Our 65-acre not-for-profit working farm provides hands-on opportunities for visitors to experience where their food comes from.
Please contact us for more details at 845-256-9108 or firstname.lastname@example.org