Wickham's Fruit Farm, Cutchogue

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Wickham’s Fruit Farm

Wickham’s Fruit Farm is located on 28700 Route 25 in Cutchogue, Long Island, about 90 miles east of New York City. Wickham’s fruit is grown on some of the oldest continually cultivated land in the country, much of the farm dating from 1661. Wickham’s Fruit Farm is an historic, bicentennial farm, beautiful to behold against the sparkling waters of Peconic Bay.

It is one of the largest farms on the North Fork, approximately 300 acres, of which 200 acres are in fruit, all of which is retailed at the farm. The emphasis is on fruit of the highest quality, and all fruit sold is guaranteed.

Wickham’s Fruit Farm is a family enterprise which has taken pride in producing and marketing the choicest of fruit. The retail market is open usually from May through December from Monday through Saturday. Wickham’s is closed on Sundays, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas.

Schools and private groups who book a tour in advance can schedule a tour of the farm to pick fruit in season, enjoy the scenic beauty of a farm on the water, observe a live working beehive, and when possible, observe our old historic cider press.
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  • Produce from Wickham's is of the highest and freshest quality. Preserves, baked goods, cheeses are offered. Tours and picking seasonal fruits are part of the charm.  more »
  • We stopped at Wickham's on our way to Greenport and were very pleased we did. They have an excellent variety of apple, pears, pumpkins and more. It' a beautiful setting and you can pick your own...  more »
  • My family has been coming to this farm for apple picking since I was a little girl. I've seen some changes, but we love your farm. Thank you so much for many wonderful memories!
  • A small fruit farm in the front but there was so much property in the back for apple picking. We went more towards the end before they closed and it was nicer because there was less people. There were 3 different varities to pick from. Sweet, tart, and middle. A tractor runs every 15mins to pick/drop off people. I ended up getting a whole bag of the sweet gala apples and they were really good!

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