fruit and veg

Homegrown Mini-Golf is a tasting garden landscaped in edible plants.


Play miniature golf on the only farm-themed course with edible landscaping! Have fun and learn about local food!

April 30 to October 30, 10 am to 6 pm daily
Kelder's Farm
5755 Route 209 between Accord and Kerhonkson, NY

Homegrown Mini-Golf on Kelder's Farm features real vegetables, fruit, grain and herbs. All of the plantings in the mini-golf garden are edible, some are unusual, and many of the varieties are also grown in the Kelder’s Farm U-Pick fields. It's only $3.75 a game--and of course you get a chance to win a free game on the last hole.

Chomsky, our gnome
, was once the world’s largest--he received a Guinness World Record in 2007! He once lived in Manhattan, but he loves living in the Rondout Valley. He's famous--you can find out more about him on our Gnome Page.

Homegrown Mini-Golf and Kelder's Farm is a great place for groups and parties, from 10 to 500. Click here for more info.

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Homegrown Mini-Golf was designed and built by artist and author Maria Reidelbach and opened in 2006.

Homegrown Mini-Golf has fun and challenging hazards made of vintage farm tools.


Homegrown Mini-Golf is where the first World's Largest Garden Gnome lives!


Homegrown Mini-Golf is on Kelder's Farm, an historic Rondout Valley family farm.


Homegrown Mini-Golf has interesting facts and lore about the plants and animals growing there.

The Grain Gang

See them on Homegrown Mini-Golf--ninety times their natural size! Meet the grains you usually only see in your breakfast cereal bowl. From Wild Rick Rice and Oatus to Kate Millet and Crazy Maizy, after you see these guys, you'll never forget them.

The Grain Gang

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