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OTHER WAYS TO STAY IN CONTACT WITH US:

Open HOURS


We are not regularly open to the public. We sell our produce and eggs through our CSA program or to retailers and restaurants. We do open to the public for our Spring Plant Sale events. We also are open quite often for workshops, farm events, farm tour days, and for groups and clubs by appointment. 

Please visit our Current Schedule Page for upcoming open days, events, and workshops.

Looking for a fun farm, gardening, herb, or health talk, event, or location for your group or club? We'd be happy to do a talk or to host at our farm! Let us know if you're thinking of planning something and we'll brainstorm something fun and successful!  

Driving Directions to

MIdsummer Farm


NOTE: Our driveway is directly across the street from the mailboxes for 156 and 157. You’ll see a wood fence and black and white fake cows in the front yard. 

We do not currently have a sign on the street!
From NY Thruway: - Take Thruway to exit 16 / Route 17 West - Take Route 17 West to Exit 127 - At end of exit ramp at the Stop sign, make a LEFT. - At first traffic light, make a SLIGHT RIGHT. There is a second traffic light just a couple feet ahead, and make a LEFT at this second traffic light onto County Route 13/King's Highway. - Continue on Route 13 / King's Highway for about 3 or 4 miles to a Stop sign (road ends here). Make a RIGHT. - Go over railroad tracks to next stop sign and make a LEFT. - Make first RIGHT (less than 500 feet) onto Ridge Road. Continue on Ridge Road for about a mile or two - its name will change to East Ridge Road (our road) when you cross into Warwick. You will know that you are getting close when you pass Hamiltonian Road on the right and then Four Corners Road on the left - but continue straight on East Ridge Road. - Our driveway is the 3rd driveway on the left after you pass the Four Corners Road intersection. The driveway is on the left; the mailbox is on the right. Driveway is mostly gravel; there is a black and white cow on the front lawn; house is set back from road. There is a wooden horse-style fence and gate. Pull through the gate and up the driveway. Chickens may come up to meet you!
From Village of Warwick / 17A / Route 94: - Take 17 A to Route 94 – make a RIGHT onto 94 North - Go through the Village of Warwick, pass the Hospital - Continue straight until you pass the Landmark Inn on your right. - Make the Second RIGHT after the Landmark Inn onto East Ridge Road - Continue on East Ridge Road a couple miles - you will know you are getting close when you pass Belcher Road on your right – when you pass a sign that says ‘The Farm,’ we will be the third driveway on the right; the mailbox is on the left. Driveway is mostly gravel; there is a black and white cow on the front lawn; house is set back from road. There is a wooden horse-style fence and gate. Pull through the gate and up the driveway. Chickens may come up to meet you!
From Village of Florida / Route 94: - Route 94 toward Village of Warwick– after passing Garden State Koi, watch for East Ridge Road on left. - Make a Left onto East Ridge Road - Continue on East Ridge Road a couple miles - you will know you are getting close when you pass Belcher Road on your right – when you pass a sign that says ‘The Farm,’ we will be the third driveway on the right; the mailbox is on the left. Driveway is mostly gravel; there is a black and white cow on the front lawn; house is set back from road. There is a wooden horse-style fence and gate. Pull through the gate and up the driveway. Chickens may come up to meet you!

Barbara and Mark Laino

Midsummer Farm

156 East Ridge Road
Warwick, NY 10
990


Driving Directions below - scroll down.

We're about 1 hour from NYC.


Email: info@midsummerfarm.com

(email is the BEST way to reach

us especially during the busy

growing season!)


Phone: 845-986-9699


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