Ready to get out and embrace fall with loads of apple-ish fun? Well, good because we've found several places in and around the Southern Tier where you'll find apples and apple-related fun things to do. The best part though? You'll be able to get to each of these places on a tank of gas or less.

  • Apple Hills-- 10 miles from downtown Binghamton

    131 Brooks Road
    Binghamton, NY 13905
    Phone: 607-729-2683

    From apple picking to wagon rides, Apple Hills something for you and for your little ones. Call 607-729-2683 for pick your own apple times.

    Traci Taylor
  • Lone Maple Farm-- 2.3 miles from downtown Binghamton

    2001 Hawleyton Road
    Binghamton, NY 13903
    Phone: 607-724-6877

    Lone Maple Farm has a nice selection of apples in their farm market, but if you want to pick your own apples, the orchards are open on Saturdays and Sundays. Call ahead for apple picking times.

    Traci Taylor
  • Iron Kettle Farm-- 28 miles from downtown Binghamton

    Iron Kettle Farm
    707 Owego Road (Route 96) 
    Candor NY 13743
    Phone: 607-659-7707

    Iron Kettle Farm has apples for sale in their store along with a ton of fun ready for your family, including hayrides, a funhouse, and so much more!

    Traci Taylor
  • Stoughton Farm-- 26.5 miles from downtown Binghamton

    10898 State Route 38
    Newark Valley, NY 13811
    (607) 642-3675

    Stoughton Farm is packed with fun for the whole family with apples for sale in their farm stand. Plus, they've got a huge corn maze, hayrides, cow train rides, a snack bar and more.

  • Russell Farms-- 10 miles from downtown Binghamton

    2850 Hawleyton Tpke
    Brackney, Pennsylvania 18812

    At Russell Farms you can pick apples from the orchard or buy them from their store. And, there are a bunch of other fun things to do including hayrides, a petting zoo, a historic school-house, face painting, pony rides and more!

    Traci Taylor
  • Little Tree Orchards-- 54.3 miles from downtown Binghamton

    345 Shaffer Road
    Newfield, NY 14867

    Little Tree Orchards will be open weekends through October from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Stop by and grab some apple cider donuts, apple cider, apples, and apple pies.

    Traci Taylor
  • The Cider Mill-- 9.5 miles from downtown Binghamton

    2 Nanticoke Avenue
    Endicott, NY 13760

    The Cider Mill in Endicott has a cult following and for good reason, from fresh-picked apples to cider donuts, to pies and treats, this place has it all.

    Traci Taylor
  • StoneyRidge Orchard and Winery-- 58.7 miles from downtown Binghamton

    160 Bixby Road
    Erin, NY 14838

    Stoneyridge is family run and is a great place to take your kids apple picking or for you to enjoy some wine tasting!

  • Fly Creek Cider Mill-- 82.3 miles from downtown Binghamton

    288 Goose Street
    Fly Creek, NY 13337

    Fly Creek Cider Mill not only sells apples, but they've got a nice playground area for little kids, as well as a snack shack. They've also got a really big gift shop and an area outdoors where you can feed their ducks and geese.