Saunderskill Farms

Farmers Market, Bakery & Nursery in Town of Rochester, NY Area-Saunderskill Farms
Farmers Market, Bakery & Nursery in Town of Rochester, NY Area-Saunderskill Farms

Saunderskill Farms located at 5100 Route 209 in Accord, NY farm market, nursery, garden center, greenhouse and bakery featuring seasonal plants & flowers, hanging baskets, fresh produce, seasonal local produce and other garden and planting related items sure to make your garden and flower beds look their best and most beautiful. Their bakery has all your favorite fresh baked goods, soups, salads & wraps.

For over 336 years, Saunderskill Farms has been growing fresh fruits and vegetables in the fertile Town of Rochester soil. Now, Saunderskill Farm Market, Greenhouse & Bakery features 15 greenhouses heated with their own corn.

The greenhouses start filling up late February with hanging baskets, garden flats, perennials, vegetable plants, hot house tomatoes - and new this year are our hot house strawberries. As the greenhouses start to empty in the Spring the attention is turned to the fields.

For the serious gardener they carry seeds, pots, fertilizer, mulch, potting soil, tools and other accessories, and the selection of over 4,000 mums is grown right at the Farm Market Greenhouse.

At Saunderskill Farms they are currently farming 450 acres; from Asparagus, Strawberries, Sweet Corn, Tomatoes, to Apples and Pumpkins - these are just a handful of the fruits and vegetables grown at Saunderskill Farms in Accord, NY.

The history of Saunderskill Farms (originally named for the tributary of the Rondout Creek that flows throught it) is as rich as the soil that has supported it for 12 generations.

Originally granted to Lieutenant Hendrick J. Schoonmaker by Peter Stuyvesant in 1663 as payment for military service, the family's original 300 acres of prime Rondout bottomland has been continuously farmed since 1680.

Second in age only to the Hull family farm in Southhold, Long Island, Saunderskill Farm now includes more than 800 acres of vegetables, flowers and orchards.
The stone manor house, built in 1787, still stands on the property, as does the barn that housed oxen used to pull barges on the Delaware & Hudson Canal, a section of which meanders through the property. Saunderskill is one of the few farms in the nation to have received the rare Tricentennial Award from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
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  • Home Grown Fruits & Vegetables
  • Pick Your Own Blueberries and Raspberries
  • Delicious Sweet Corn
  • Fresh Home baked Goods - muffins, scones, donuts, cookies and cakes
  • Seasonal & Holiday Pies
  • Ice Cream Cakes and Special Order Custom Cakes
  • Fresh Hot Coffee & Beverages
  • Weekly Lunch Menu
  • Seasonal Homemade Soups
  • Great Sandwiches
  • Wraps
  • Fresh, Crisp Salads
  • Side Salads - potato, mac, chicken, etc
  • Local Maple Syrup & Honey
  • Jams & Jellies
  • Local Milk, Cheese and Eggs
  • Home-made Soups & Salads 
  • Perennials & Annuals
  • Nursery & Garden Center - gardening supplies & accessories
  • Fresh Cut Flowers
  • Pottery & Gifts
  • Seasonal Gifts, Products & Activities


Farm Market & Bakery - The Saunderskill Farm Market opens early April with fresh local items. As the season progresses they feature their own strawberries, greenhouse tomatoes and asparagus.

The Bakery features theirr delicious cider donuts as well as an assortment of pastries, breads, cookies, and pies. All are made fresh each morning before the Farm Market opens. Also at the farm market, they feature their very own home grown vegetables throughout the spring, summer and fall. 

The Dairy Case -  Their dairy case keeps the local milk, cheeses, eggs and cold drinks chilled to perfection, and they now have Soft-serve Ice Cream.

Flower Garden - Their flower garden provides a variety of beautiful cut flower bouquets and seasonal table arrangements for all occasions, including Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, and Mother's Day.

Greenhouse - The Greenhouse opens in early April with a beautiful assortment of annuals, perennials and vegetable plants available in simple flats, or decorative pots and hanging baskets. For the serious gardener they carry seeds, pots, fertilizer, mulch, potting soil, tools and other related items.

The Greenhouse changes with the seasons converting into a seasonal gift store. In the fall they have the region's largest selection of pumpkins available here as well as hay rides and a corn maze. For the Christmas holiday season the greenhouse offers decorated wreaths, poinsettia, roping and seasonal gifts.