The Windmill Farm And Craft Market
The Windmill is the first and friendliest farm and craft market in upstate New York, located right in the heart of the Finger Lakes Wine Region.Â Midway between Penn Yan and Dundee on NY Route 14A, The Windmill has become a premier tourist attraction, with a weekly attendance exceeding 8,000 - 10,000 people.
Beginning with roughly 100 vendors, The Windmill serves as an outlet for local producers and craftsmen. Now in its 22nd year, The Windmill plays host to nearly 200 shops and craftsmen, boasting everything from farm fresh produce to an on-site Chiropractor, you're sure to find something for everyone.
April 29, 2017 - December 9, 2017
Saturday, 8AM - 4:30PM
Location: 3900 New York 14A
VERY PET FRIENDLY!!! I travel with my 2 little dogs all the time, and I have been to pet friendly places. Not many are as dog friendly as The Windmill!! There is pretty much no limit for friendly dogs and responsible owners at The Windmill. Dogs are allowed to enter the buildings as well as shop outdoor. The Windmill has a large variety of merchandise for sale - from art and crafts, local farm food, baked goods, wine, beer, furniture, baby things, etc... and food vendors. It's truly an one-stop shop. I visited in late October 2017, and some vendors made their own scarecrow, which was perfect for Halloween. There was a huge display of Halloween decorations for sale. It is very easy to spend the entire day here. Parking is plenty. There is a huge plot of land for parked cars, and it's clean and mostly grassy. The restrooms are indoor with running water. The ladies restroom was very clean. I bought some baked goods from the Amish bakery and some fresh roasted peanuts. I also tried some Kiwi Berries, which I have never heard of. They tasted like .... mini-kiwi. Unfortunately, I have an allergic reaction to kiwi which gives my tongue a burning sensation, and I got the same reaction to these kiwi berries after having a few. My friends enjoyed the rest for me. If you are visiting The Windmill, also stop by The Spotted Duck Creamery for some delicious creamy ice-cream made with duck eggs from free range happy ducks. It is less than 10 miles North of The Windmill. I highly recommend both The Windmill and The Spotted Duck Creamery.
Neat place to go shopping for home made crafts and such. There were also a ton of food vendors there. We didn't eat, because we had other plans, but everything we saw looked great! Fair type food and Amish baked goods is mostly what we saw. Cute place to visit if you're in to crafts and home made goodies.
Very nice place with a lot of different shops. Good for all ages! Also a lot of food stands, from healthy to fried fast food. Make sure to have lunch here, it is worth trying some things here!
The windmill craft and Farmers Market is awesome huge variety of vendors everything from jewelry to cucumbers and tomatoes and much more. The food vendors offer a wide variety of treats everything from pies to fudge to butterfly potatoes. You won't leave hungry. And after you sample everything there is at the Windmill you can drive down Seneca lake and visit the wine trail it's a great way to spend a Saturday
So many interesting things to see. Lots of naturally grown fruits and vegetables. Potted plants, home made jams and syrups, Amish hand made baked goods and crafts. Very pretty women's fashions, wine and spirits. Many displays. Some flea market items too. The place is HUGE! All very reasonably priced too. I will be back next time I pass through