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SCHAGHTICOKE, NY (09/21/2012)(readMedia)– Fall Family Fun in the Capital Region starts with pumpkin picking, but over the years it has transformed into fall family adventures that include intentionally “getting lost.” One area farm has specialized in providing people a fall place to “get lost” and they are now celebrating 13 years of sharing with friends and families thru cornfield maze experiences. Liberty Ridge Farm’s cornfield maze is cut into the design of the American Bald Eagle with an 11 acre wingspan within corn that stands nearly 13 foot tall. The 2012 American Pride Adventure Confield Maze will challenge fall explorers with a combination of fun, adventure and trivia. This combination of fall twist and turns has captured the hearts of harvest season visitors year after year by cultivating unique experiences.

Saturday, September 22nd at 10am Liberty Ridge Farm embarks on their 13th season of the Fall Festival. The Fall Festival feels like an outdoor carnival, with the smell of fresh kettle corn, over 12 flavors of fresh fudge and Liberty Ridge Farm’s signature apple cider donuts along with their homebaked pies fills the air. Each year the pumpkin patch ripens and the sounds of little footsteps can be heard as youngsters, families and friends gather to choose their pumpkin at Liberty Ridge Farm. Fall fun is not far from anywhere in the Capital Region, with the largest fall festival serving up corn mazing fun, farm style shows and all over 20 farm-tastic hands-on activities on over 55 acres of adventure. The fall festival jamboree is packed with yummy food, farm-tastic fun and agricultural adventures that provide something for all ages, Liberty RIdge Farm hours and admissions information can be found at www.libertyridgefarmny/com/hours.

“We are so excited to embark on our 13th season fall festival celebration,” said Cynthia Gifford, owner of Liberty Ridge Farm. “We are very proud to see how popular our fall festival has become within the Capital Region and we stay committed to providing excellent experiences and service. This year we have expanded with new attractions, themed weekend celebrations and our farm market, that now is named the Country Farm Market. Our expansion provides us the resources to offer better customer service with more space to accommodate the requests from our customers for our baked goods and our fall decorations. Our Country Farm Market does not require an admission fee, and opens daily at 10am offering apple cider donuts, fresh baked pies, fudge, along with fall decorations including; corn stalks, pumpkins, giant fall mums and more.”