Visiting Sonny Weed's Fruit Farm
Current Hours: Closed for the season
No reservations required
Rules & Guidelines
- No outside food, drinks, coolers, or back packs.
- Customers are encouraged to bring blankets or folding chairs as seating is limited
- No reservations required
- Well behaved, leashed dogs are welcomed as long as they are cleaned up after.
- Sonny Weed’s reserves the right to ask any customer not willing to comply with these rules to leave the property.
Sonny Weed’s is named after Charlie “Sonny” Weed whose grandparents bought the original farmland. Charlie worked on the farm with his family his entire life, expanding the farm in the late 1950’s and again in the late 90’s, growing peaches, plums and apples. Charlie helped maintain both Weed Orchards and what is now, Sonny Weed’s fruit farm.
A 5th Generation Farm
Purchased in 1913 by James and Catherine Weed, Sonny’s started as a 60 acre hay and grain farm where they planted concord grapes, currants, strawberries, apple and pear trees. Nearly 108 years later, Sonny’s is managed by Sonny Weed’s son John and his family including wife Joann and daughters Erica, Nicole and Krista.
Frequently Asked Questions
We are located in southern Ulster County, New York at 444 Old Indian Road, Milton NY 12547.
Admission is free!
Parking is free.
We are currently closed for the season
Our farm carries Peaches, Apples and Pumpkins throughout it’s harvest season.
There are no reservations. Tables and available seating are on a first come, first serve basis. We encourage guests to bring blankets or chairs as seating is limited.
Yes. From 1-4pm we have live music. For a list of upcoming performers, See our Music Schedule
We are pet friendly all season. We ask guests to keep their dog leashed at all times and to clean up after them.
In accordance to CDC guidelines, masks are not required outdoors, however you are more than welcome to wear one if you feel comfortable doing so.
Yes. We currently accept Visa and Mastercard.