Brookfield Farm is located 8 miles south of New Paltz in the historic Hudson Valley region of New York state. Situated on 20 acres in apple country near the Shawangunk Wine Trail, Brookfield Farm is the perfect spot for a peaceful upstate New York getaway. Nearby are:

The area offers a treasury of wineries, antique shops, farm markets, historic sites and great restaurants. Other nearby activities include biking, rock climbing, hiking, cross-country skiing, golf, day spa, and sky diving.

"What a wonderful place you have here! It seems as though you have thought of everything to make your guests' stay a pleasurable, peaceful, and memmorable one. Thank you!"
- S. & S., Cambridge, MA

2021 Area Events 

Area Farmer's Markets

New Paltz
Sunday, 10am–3pm
June 6–December 12

Water Street Market, 45 Main Street, New Paltz

Milton–Heart of the Hudson Valley
Saturday, 9 am to 2 pm
Open Every Saturday (Rain or Shine) June – Mid-October & Nov. 21st Thanksgiving Market
1801-1805 Route 9W, Cluett Schantz Park, Milton, NY 12547.

Sunday, 10am–2pm
408 Main St., behind the Rosendale Theatre


Newburgh Market

Every Sunday until October 17th 9:00 am - 4:00 pm.  Featuring all local vendors from the surrounding areas. Food trucks, baked goods, handmade soaps, beekeepers, and much more. Designed Grind Cafe presents the Newburgh Market at 1401 NY 300 Newburgh in the parking lot of the Newburgh Mall .



July 2 - 31 7:30pm - 9pm  Boos & Brews: Haunted Tours of Historic Huguenot Street.  Each Friday and Saturday night in July, creep it real with some of New Paltz’s most chilling legends- from macabre tales of murder, to fascinating folk lore, to stories of visitations from those beyond the grave. Explore the legendary street, peer into the darkened windows, and enter the original burial ground- if you dare! For those dying to have some fun, don’t worry- we’ll keep you laughing til’ you’re coffin. And for those in need of some liquid courage, each ticket entitles you to a glass of locally crafted hard cider, beer, or a bottle of water. Additional beverages can be purchased to help warm up what’s sure to be a chilling evening. So buy your tickets now and tell us, “I’m here for the booze!” The spirits will certainly know what you mean.  $15 General Admission.  $12 Discounted Admission (For HHS members, seniors, students, active military members, and veterans.)  The purchase of your ticket includes one glass of locally crafted beer or hard cider, or one complimentary bottle of water. Additional beverages may be purchased.

July through October  8:00 am-5:00 pm Maritime Museum Offers Solar Powered Boat Tours Tours take place on board Solaris, a 100% solar powered tour boat built at the museum’s Wooden Boat School, which offers a unique and peaceful way to experience the Hudson River and Rondout Creek. Tours depart from the docks at the museum and typically run for one to two hours. A calendar of themes and dates for the museum’s boat tours can be found online at Info: 845-338-0071. Hudson River Maritime Museum.