Leaves have all changed and dropped, but the fun hasn't stopped in Schaghticoke
SCHAGHTICOKE, NY (11/16/2012)(readMedia)-- The leaves have all changed and dropped, but the fun hasn't stopped in Schaghticoke, NY. By now most people have put away their Halloween decorations and have begun to hear Christmas music on the radio. As fall chills feel as if we have changed to winter, Liberty Ridge Farm is still open with warm-up specials of family fun and excitement for the last weekend of their outdoor adventures. The farm will open November 17th & 18th from 11-5 with a discounted admission price of $8.50 that includes a $5 Plus Pass wristband, and a warm welcome cup of apple cider accompanied by one of the farm's signature apple cider donuts served in the Farm Market. The Farm's Plus Pass is a $5 value which is a unlimited wristband that is good for Jumping Pillow and Cow Train rides that are fun for all ages.
The last weekend of Liberty Ridge Farm's Fall Festival Season promises to have fun, adventures and treats that include; apple cider donuts, grilled lunch specials, cracklin campfire sites and hands-on fun located inside Brad's Barnyard that has over 20 farm-tastic activities. This weekend includes admission to Brad's Barnyard, which is described as 55 acres of fun, filled with old fashioned games, shows and hands on activities. The farm's admission price November 17th & 18th will be at the reduced price of $8.50 that is a savings of over $7 with the $5 upgrade Plus Pass wristband, admittance for children under the age of 2 yrs old will be FREE. The farm has many weekend warm up specials still in place and encourages anyone interested to call the farm to inquire or make a reservation at 518-664-1515. You can find out more information on the website at www.libertyridgefarmny.com.
This Fall Festival weekend will mark the end of the 13th season as the cornfield maze has been harvested. The cornfield will be cultivated and prepared to grow new memories for the 2013 fall season,continuing to provide a friendly fall agri-adventure destination. Each year the farm harvests the cornfield of memories and turns them into tons of animal feed for local livestock, chickens, and large and small farm animals. This last weekend of the fall season will signal a shift from their popular fall adventure destination to offering unique exciting experiences such as Silent Movie Night and their 2nd Breakfast with the Easter Bunny. The farm is open year round providing their locations as a venue destination for corporate parties, team-building, family e-unions, Birthday Parties, Sweet 16 Parties with venue space for small to large groups. The farm offers indoor and outdoor venue space that is a fresh break from the norm, with a mixture of country charm and refined elegance, the farm resides on 100 acres of wide open spaces.
Liberty Ridge Farm is the Northeast's premier agri-tourism destination. Now in their 13th Season, the Farm has expanded, now offering a variation of events that encompass all four seasons. Liberty Ridge Farm has entertained families for 12 years, coming up with new and exciting corn maze designs that continue to delight hearts and minds. From culinary excellence to rustic charm Liberty Ridge Farm is available for fund-raising, corporate events, social gatherings, company picnics, school educational field trips, weddings, sweet sixteen parties and more. Come September, the farm hosts its annual Fall Festival featuring the largest and most original cornfield maze in the Albany Capital District and a Barnyard of Adventure. The fall agri-tourism season runs from September 22nd to November 4th offering the public, groups and school field trips a chance to get lost in the corn field maze and share in over 20 farm inspired activities that make for a full day of adventure. Liberty Ridge Farm, the Capital Regions hidden treasure that offers food, fun and outdoor adventure entertainment all located in one place.
Liberty Ridge Farm, 29 Bevis Road, Schaghticoke, NY.
visit http://www.LibertyRidgeFarmNY.com or call 518-664-1515 .
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Contact Cynthia Gifford