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Suggestions for Agritourism in Warwick, NY

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I meant to post this earlier today and forgot, but we are driving up to Warwick, NY for the day on Sunday, 10/8. 'We' is myself, my husband, and our HFA teenager. The teenager has an agenda that involves picking apples (preferably heirloom varieties), visiting a petting zoo, and eating lunch. Lunch should not cost a million dollars, but hot dogs and hamburgers will definitely not do.

We had thought to end up at Warwick Valley, since we know that we like their cafe and a winery visit is always fun, but we want to make at least one stop before that. Their website claims they have apple picking, but I'm pretty sure they do not have animals to pet. Suggestions?

DS will love almost any kind of "fall in the country" activity. He is well-behaved in restaurants and fairly sophisticated about food. I think one winery is probably plenty, but he usually likes visiting them, since many of them have food available and he thinks it's interesting to hear them talk about making wine.

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