Member Farms

EARLY SPRING HOURS
Now that spring is here, our farms that had cut back their hours for the slower months are starting to 
expand their hours again for the upcoming season. Check here for current early spring hours 
before you head out onto the Trail. 


Please note, some of our farms DO NOT have regular hours. If you want to visit those farms, please call in advance to make an appointment. And check the WHERE TO FIND US page for stores that carry our cheeses. 

Destination Farms

Non-Destination Farms

​​These are Destination Farms with Irregular or Seasonal Hours 


Finger Lakes Dexter
Creamery, LLC

1853 Black Rock Rd., King Ferry
(315)-364-3581

www.kefircheese.com 

HOURS:

No regularly scheduled hours, except during Trail Open Houses.

Call for appointment, or stop in. 

* It is strongly advised to call in advance to check availability for tour and sampling.* 

PRODUCTS: 
Handcrafted artisanal, farmstead raw milk kefir cheese, cultured with authentic living kefir grains. 











Sunset View Creamery

4970 County Rd. 14, Odessa
(607) 594-2095

www.sunsetviewcreamery.com 

HOURS:

April-May

Saturdays | 10a-5p 

Memorial Day - Labor Day

​7 days a week | 10a-5p

September through December
Saturdays | 10a-5p 
CLOSED January-March except by appointment only

PRODUCTS: 
Cheese Curds: Plain, Buffalo, Mama Mia (Garlic and Onion), Jack Radish, Dill and Tomato Basil 
Semi-hard Aged Cheese: Mild all the way to 7 Yr 
Aged Sharp Monterey Jack Style: Flavors include Chive n’ Dill, Bacon/ Ranch, Mama Mia, Jumpin Jack and Jalapeno 
Heritage: An Italian style cheese great for cooking and grating, similar to Parmesan  
Fresh Mozzarella  

Destination Farms

​​These are Destination Farms with that are open year round with set hours (some hours may vary season to season). 


Engelbert Farms

182 Sunnyside Rd., Nichols
(607) 699-3775

www.engelbertfarms.com 


HOURS:

Fri & Saturday | 10a-3p

PRODUCTS:
Certified Organic Cheddars, Feta,Goudas, Beer-Brine Moochego & MooVache (spreadable cow milk cheese) 

Jerry Dell Farm & Farm Store

41 Fall Creek Rd, Freeville
(607) 351-8747

www.jerrydellfarm.com 

HOURS:

May through November

Thursday & Friday 12-6p, Saturday 10a-4p
December through April, open Saturdays only, 10a-4p   

PRODUCTS: 
Jerry Dell Farm Raw Milk Cheddar: A smooth, velvety texture organic raw milk cheese. Great for macaroni and cheese. 

Muranda Cheese Co.

3075 Route 96 South, Waterloo
(315) 539-1103

www.murandacheese.com 

HOURS:

7 Days a Week Year Round | 10a-5p 

PRODUCTS: 
15 Varieties of Cheddar-based raw-milk cheeses including: Colby, Asiago/Provolone, British Raw Milk Cheddar, Horseradish, Crazy Charlie, Fiesta, Checkerboard, Scallion Onion Bacon, British Garlic Cheddar Cheese, their best seller Red Buddy, a Swiss/Cheddar blend, and Blue. Coming soon: Washed rind cheeses! 

Shtayburne Farms

2909 Chase Rd., Rock Stream
(315) 270-2249

www.fingerlakesdairyfarm.com 

HOURS: 

Spring-Fall: Monday-Saturday | 11a-4p

Winter: Saturdays Only 11a-4p

PRODUCTS: 
Cheddar Curds: Plain, Roasted Garlic, Tomato Basil, Blazin Buffalo Wing 
Cheddars: Mild to Sharp, Chilipepper, Sharp, Smoked, Horseradish 
Monterey Jack Style: Flavors include Jalapeno, Peppercorn, Italian Herb, Garlic & Herb, Blueberry 

Side Hill Acres Goat Farm

79 Spencer Road, Candor
(607) 659-4121

www.sidehillacres.com

HOURS:

Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat | 8a-6p
Thurs | 12-6p
Closed Tuesdays & Sundays

PRODUCTS:
Milks: Grade A Pasteurized Goat Milk and Raw Goat Milk (at farm only)
Goat Cheese: Goat Cheese Logs: plain & herbed; Feta Logs, Raw Goat Milk Cheddar; Goat Cheese Pinwheels; Crumbled Feta: plain, herbed, and sun dried tomato 
Other Goat Milk Products: Cream Cheese, Cheese Spreads, Kefir Goat Cheese, and Yogurt 

​​These are Non-Destination Farms that are closed to the public except during open houses or by appointment only. 


4 Tin Fish Farm

Port Byron
(315) 664-0124

www.4tinfishfarm.com

4 Tin Fish Farm, located in Conquest and just a short trip from Syracuse, is a family owned and operated micro goat dairy. The farm initially started out as a hobby, but as their passion grew, they began to shift their thinking as to how they might bring what they love to the public. Their goal is to provide farmstead cheese to local customers and raise quality Alpine dairy goats. Their cheeses are currently available at a select area retailers and farm markets including Bet the Farm Gourmet Food Market in Aurora, but with a week or so's notice, they will be happy to welcome you on their farm.

PRODUCTS: 
Plain & Flavored Chevre, Feta, Goats Milk

Heaven Scent Farm

9273 New York 21, Cohocton 
(607) 382-8442


Heaven Scent Farm is our furthest West farm, located in Cohocton, operated by Jerald Stewart, making flavored and plain Jacks. While the farm is a non-destination farm, meaning there are no visitations at the farm, they do have a seasonal roadstand at 9273 Rte 21 in Cohocton -- where you can pick up their cheeses from May through October, in addition to several Finger Lakes Wineries and the Corning Summer & Winter Markets. 

PRODUCTS:
Heavenly Jack, Devilish Jack, Dill-licious Jack

Keeley’s Cheese Company

539 Rt. 34B

King Ferry
(315) 730-6872

www.keeleyscheeseco.com 

Keeley's Cheese Company, on the East side of Cayuga Lake, is home to McGarr Farms. Their grazing herd of Registered Holstein and Jersey cows produces the high quality milk that Keeley turns into her signature cheeses. There is a self serve cheese fridge on the farm for your shopping convenience.

PRODUCTS: Across the Pond: A semi-soft, washed rind cheese. Made from raw milk of Holstein and Jersey cows. Cave-aged over 60 days, this cheese is pleasantly pungent and super creamy, with a complex, earthy flavor.  


Across the Pond Reserve: A slightly firmer semi-soft cheese reminiscent of the tomme style, with a dry, brushed rind. Reserve is also made with raw milk, and its natural rind imparts a pleasantly nutty flavor. 
Maura: A semi-soft, washed-rind Irish style cheese. 
SELF SERVE CHEESE COOLER ON PREMISES.  

Kenton's Cheese Co.

Trumansburg
(607) 592-0746


Kenton's Cheese Co. is located in Trumansburg and is part of Burr-Ayr Dairy, a 6th generation dairy. This new addition to the trail brings brie and swiss! While there is no farm store on site, you can find their cheeses in many markets and wineries throughout the Finger Lakes. And you can visit the farm during Open Houses.

PRODUCTS: 
Cheeses: Bianco, a brie-style soft cheese. 
Pauline: Pauline: a Swiss Emmentaler 

Crosswinds Farm & Creamery

6762 Log City Rd, Ovid
(607) 327-0363 

www.crosswindsfarmcreamery.com 

Crosswinds Farm & Creamery is located in Ovid, and can be identified easily by their white, hoop-style barn which is a local landmark! The Brown Swiss dairy cows that live there produce deliciously rich milk that is ideal for cheese making. Fresh & Alpine style cheeses are the focus, as well as gelato (whole milk ice cream). Their products are available on the farm and at many area retail locations (check website for complete listing).  

PRODUCTS: 
Morning Glory: A soft, fresh pasteurized cows' milk cheese with a rich texture and tangy flavor similar to chevre. It spreads nicely and can be used for baking, fillings, crumbles, or simply eaten out of the container!  -- plain & chive 
Butternut: A baby Swiss. 
SELF-SERVE CHEESE COOLER ON PREMISES.