Caroline and I decided we wanted to go Apple Picking at Pennings Farm in Warwick New York the other week. We would have taken motorcycles, but since Caroline sits on the back of my motorcycle (but not for much longer! That post is coming soon!), we wouldn’t have anywhere to put the apples, so we decided to take her car instead.
Warwick is an awesome small town, about an hour away from the city, with rolling farm hills and small forests and unique activities. It hosts a lot of agricultural tourism, a famously popular drive-in movie theater, and is actually a popular place for film makers to work and live in peace away from the noisy city.
Pennings is a very popular agricultural tourism farm, where it hosts thousands of trees to pick apples, pumpkins to pick, a store that can serve as a small grocery and antique/arts shop, a beer garden restaurant, and a full cidery offering tours. It can easily occupy 3 hours of entertainment, and is conveniently right across the street from the Warwick Drive-in Theater, where one can plan to hit both attractions in a single afternoon into the evening.
The apples are juicy, the cider sweet, and the donuts fresh, so pop by and enjoy an evening up in Warwick.