|611 Old Wilder Road, Hilton NY 14468|
|Hours: August 28th-December 24th|
|Monday - Friday: 12:00PM to 6:00PM|
|Saturday, Sunday 9:00AM to 6:00PM|
|585 392 8102|
Kelly's Apple Farm is a fruit farm in Hilton. Their apple pies are featured at the Hilton Apple Fest. The cider (per NYS law) is now UV pasturized. They usually have a roaring fire in their stone fireplace and the barn is filled with antiques (some pieces are for sale). The fruit boards, and Pumpkin Pie are a notable favorite. The pumpkin patch is a great place to bring the kids.
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2007-10-11 15:00:34 Website doesn't work. Might visit this weekend, so maybe I can ask. —ErinPence
2007-10-21 20:39:14 As of today, website appears to be held by a squatter. Language and setup does not appear to be entirely appropriate for Kelly's Apple Farm.
Phone number does NOT have answering machine - next time I go, I'll get the hours and post to the wiki.
Apple cider is *UV pasturized*, rather than heat pasturized - The original flavor is still there, just muted a little bit. —TpSuhr
2008-09-20 13:12:48 Correct; that is not their website. I'm not sure if they have one, but can ask. The hours posted are not correct: it's Sat and Sun 9 -6 and weekdays 12 - 6. This is from late August through December. The cider (per NYS law) is now UV pasturized, but it tastes as great as it always did. They usually have a roaring fire in their stone fireplace and the barn is filled with antiques (some pieces are for sale). Kelly's has pretty much kept it's original look, which helps preserve it's old time charm. It's a quaint place to take the family on a crisp fall day. Cider making demonstrations are held during the weekends. And the breads and pies are to die for! —Ms.Wilson
2009-11-08 17:32:55 I have been a loyal customer at Kelly's for years, but have never been so disappointed in the most famous Kelly's Crumb Apple Pie until my visit and purchase on 11/08/09. Apparently the pie was not cooked properly. I say this because the sugars and other spices were not mixed in. I could tell this because when I cut into the pie you could see all the lumps of them. Also you needed to serve the pie with a spoon because the crust would not seperate from the pie pan. The pie was also very pricey and as I said before I have never been so disappointed in a pie before. I look forward to hearing back from you, ASAP. Thank You
2011-08-23 20:21:15 We went last year and had a nice time....
2013-11-06 12:09:50 Used to love this place for its charm, but now hate it for its business practices. This October, we stopped to buy a half gallon of cider, a half-peck of apples, and one box of donut holes to share with our family (4 adults, 2 young kids). While the merchant admits that the charges should have been $14, our credit card was charged $74. The merchant refuses to issue a refund for the overcharged amount. The store was crowded, the cashier was distracted and having trouble working the register, and her mistake of hitting one wrong button now costs us an extra $60. Buyer beware. —jw115