Originally settled by the Dutch, this farm is located on an old Indian trail along the Mohawk River. After the Erie Canal was built, the farm was used as a stopping point for stabling the horses and mules that pulled the packet boats. Around the turn of the century, the Leversee family planted apple trees on the gently rolling land. In 1945, the Barrett family purchased the farm and continues to grew both wholesale and retail apples and other produce.
Visit this or one of the other orchards in the area and learn the historic connection with the McIntosh family.
660 Riverview Road
- Niskayuna, NY 12148
- 42.82650500, -73.85998900
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