Fall Festival Weekend at Liberty Ridge Farm November 1st,2nd,3rd,4t,5th,6th with customer appreciation discounts

November 2nd, 2011 by

Liberty Ridge Farm is cultivating memories until Nov 6th in their final harvest celebration of the 2011 fall season. The week is significant as the farm shares their Customer Appreciation Days, offering features and delights that enhance each farm experience. The farm offers each paid admission a welcome gift of a hot beverage and an apple cider donut. Each paid admission will also receive a few marshmallows and roasting sticks for a quick treat over the campfire in front of the Gifford Barn. Farm goers who purchase a burger & beverage or sandwich & beverage will receive choice of one free side item that include; french fries, onion petals or apple crescents. Liberty Ridge Farm is celebrating their last week of the harvest season with a fall festival that encourages people to get lost in the 12 acre NASA themed corn maze, or share in Brad’s Barnyard Adventure with over 20 hands on activities that wow kids and their families. Customer Appreciation Days have the farm kitchen busy making fresh fall favorites such as apple pies, apple cider donuts, kettle corn and hot or cold apple cider.

In the last fall week of the Liberty Ridge Farm season, a campfire reservation warms the heart just a little more, as farm staff light the fire and supply a bag of marshmallows and roasting sticks for each campfire party. This fall weekend Liberty Ridge wants to make sure each family gets an opportunity to share in a farm family marshmallow roast. Campsite reservations can be made online at http://www.libertyridgefarmny.com/group-reservation.php

“This final week is a special week to us here at Liberty Ridge Farm” said Cynthia Gifford, Owner of Liberty Ridge Farm. “The week of good weather will offer families a last chance to get out and share in the fall farm experience. The farm kitchen has been baking fresh apple cider donuts, pies, and 12 amazing flavors of fudge. Our campfire sites have a little something special this week with a farm style marshmallow roast included in the price. We very proud to have been in the community for 12 seasons and anything we can do to give something back to each customer is how we cultivate new memories together.”

Customer Appreciation Discounts and Promotions from November 1st to November 6th include;

  • Free Hot Beverage and Cider Donut with every paid admission
  • Free Bag of Marshmallows and roasting sticks with every campfire reservation
  • Free French Fries,Onion Petals or Apple Crescents with purchase of Burger & Beverage or Sandwich and a Beverage

Haunted Houses and Attractions in Albany , Clifton Park, Saratoga, Rexford, Ballston Spa, Nikayuna and Troy NY

October 26th, 2011 by

Madman Farmer turns Fall Festival to Fall Fright over Halloween Weekend

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SCHAGHTICOKE, NY (10/27/2011)(readMedia)– The Madman Farmer turns Fall Festival to Fall Fright over Halloween Weekend

Something evil is brewing this weekend at Liberty Ridge Farm, screams and weird sounds are expected to be heard from the farmer’s haunted house, as the Fall Harvest Festival turns to Fall Fright starting at 7pm, October 28th, 29th & 30th. Liberty Ridge Farm warns tresspassers to beware, the farmer and his army of corn stalkers will have anyone fighting to make it back alive. On the edge of the 13 foot tall corn field, a forgotten, run down house is where the farmer lives, after years of hearing madening voices in his head, the farmer has finally gone mad.

Halloween Weekend at Liberty Ridge Farm turns to fright after 7pm with the farmer’s haunted house echoing the voices that finally drove him mad. The fearful journey starts with a walk through the farmer’s haunted house and out of his evil filled forest of fear. Watch out for demons, undead cornstalkers and beasts as they attempt to snatch the souls of anyone who trespass on the farm. The Halloween Weekend celebration is sure to turn fearful after dark as the farmer’s evil crew will be extra busy harvesting souls.

Liberty RIdge Farm is home to the The Capital Region’s Newest Haunted Attraction with admission including; 4 Haunted elements, Brad’s Barnyard Adventure The Psychic Sideshow with EvilDan & Colleen the Sideshow Queen, Fort HuntD and the Spooky Corn Maze. The new midway style show is filled with danger and suspense, starting at 7pm each haunt night, you can see many performances by Colleen the sideshow Queen and EvilDan. They amuse the crowd with The BreadStick of Death where onlookers gasp when they hear the loud crack of the whip, or the interesting and sometimes disgusting Ritual of the 4 Dead Flies.

The Harvest Haunt is open for an extended weekend October 28th, 29th & Sunday the 30th of the Halloween Weekend. Liberty Ridge Farm invites the bravest souls if they dare to trespass on the farm after dark for a haunting experience that will be the last haunting weekend of the season. October days brings cool air and chills with them, Liberty Ridge Farm offers campfire sites that can be reserved for a warm welcome addition to any visit. Liberty Ridge Farm lights the fire and has a full menu of choices that can be delivered by Liberty Ridge staff to the camp fire site. Liberty Ridge Farm has a community of cabins or a village of campfires with a full menu of delivery options available. Campsites can be reserved online at http://www.libertyridgefarmny.com/group-reservation.php

“Each year we work very hard to create those chilling experiences during The Harvest Haunt, we have added new actors, new elements and new twists to the storyline.” said Cynthia Gifford, Owner of Liberty Ridge Farm. “The Haunt nights on the farm are filled with screams and eerie noises that form unique experiences for all who dare to trespass after dark.” “On haunt nights we know people come here for to be frightened, so we try to give them everything they are looking for.

October 22nd & 23rd Events in the Capital District of Albany

October 21st, 2011 by

Liberty Ridge Farm is calling families, little wranglers and rustlers to the farm for an Old West Weekend from 1pm to 5pm Saturday and Sunday October 22nd & 23rd. Liberty Ridge Farm located in Schaghticoke, NY is home to the Capital District’s largest and original Corn Maze. Western Weekend kicks off with a festival of activities including face painting, balloon artistry, inflatable horse races, rope a steer, marshmallow gun shooting and the NASA Hubble Telescope Corn Maze. The farm will have cowboys & prospectors and even a chicken Sheriff deputizing each little wrangler and rustler. The farm will be serving up apple cider donuts, fall mums, pumpkins, corn stalks, apple cider slushies and a wide variety of foods and delights from the farm kitchen.

Liberty Ridge Farm is open Friday and Saturday 10am – 10pm, with the last Ticket Sold 9:30pm. Liberty Ridge Farm and NASA are working in the SpaceFarm7 collaboration to educate families and children on space exploration thru their out of this world corn maze design. The opportunity to “Get Lost” among the stars in the Hubble Telescope Adventure Maze is a once in a lifetime event. The maze is made of 2 phases, Phase 1 bring you out to the edge of space with twists and turns that take an estimate of approximately 20-30 minutes to complete the phase. Phase 2 of the corn maze will take maze goers deeper into outer space and have them navigating stars, galaxies and the Hubble Telescope as each maze goer attempts to complete their mission in under an hour. After maze goers complete the corn maze, an Old West celebration will have; pioneers, prospectors, cowboys, outlaws and saloon girls around the farm. Western Weekend will have face painting by Magic Brushes and balloon artistry, jokes and tricks from Farmer Bruce. The riding ring will host friendly competition for all ages that will include; inflatable miniature pony races, sack races and marshmallow gun shooting, panning for gold and much more.

“We are very excited with the new additions we added this year to the farm, the Jumping Pillow, now 4 haunted elements and all new themed weekends offer families and friends of all ages something different each time they visit our farm”, said Cynthia Gifford, Owner of Liberty Ridge Farm. “Our Spacefarm7 collaboration with NASA has been a wonderful opportunity to share the excitement of space exploration with children & families as we invite them to get lost in our 11 acre corn maze. The 2011 NASA themed design has stars, galaxies and the Hubble Telescope cut in the corn.” “Our goal is to cultivate memories each time someone makes a trip to the farm, there is something special about watching the children and their families smile and laugh together, and it makes us very thankful that families and friends make the trip year after year.”

Liberty Ridge Farm is an agricultural tourism destination and working farm on the historic Hoosic River. In the 12th Season Liberty Ridge Farm has been named the northeast representative for the NASA Space Farm7 special outreach program. The SpaceFarm7 pairs NASA and seven other agri-tourism destinations across the United States in a special outreach program aimed at educating children on space exploration thru their crop circle inspired mazes. Liberty Ridge Farm and Goddard Space Flight Center have been paired together to coordinate their leg of the outreach program and celebration. Liberty Ridge Farm is in the their 12th Season of coming up with new and exciting corn maze designs that capture hearts and minds in the Capital District. The 2011 Corn maze highlights achievements made during the 20 year NASA Hubble Space Telescope program, Liberty Ridge Farm proudly bears the name of “The Hubble Space Telescope Adventure Corn Maze.” The Fall Festival began September 17th and runs to November 6th. Liberty Ridge Farm is a fall family attraction that has food, fun and adventure all in one place with Daily Shows, Attractions, Pumpkin Patch, Fresh Fudge and more. You can find information on the Calendar of Events. The Harvest Haunted Attraction runs every Friday and Saturday with 4 haunted elements that thrill and chill. The Farm is open to the public daily, and offers school Educational Field Trips, Weddings, Company Picnics, Birthday Parties, Social Celebrations and Special Events

Corn Maze, Western Weekend and Fall Festival in the Capital District on October 22nd & 23rd

October 19th, 2011 by

Cowboys, Prospectors and a Chicken Cowboy Sheriff found in Upstate Corn Maze

Calling all little wranglers Liberty Ridge Farm steps back in time to the OLD West from 1pm to 5pm Saturday and Sunday October 22nd & 23rd in Schaghticoke, NY. Liberty Ridge Farm the Capital Districts largest and original Corn Maze celebrates Western Weekend with a festival of activities including Face painting, Balloon Artistry, Barrel Racing on Inflatable Horses, Rope a Steer challenge, Marshmallow Gun target practice and the Hubble Telescope Corn Maze. The farm will have Cowboys & Prospectors and even a Old West Sheriff deputizing each little wrangler. Freshly Made Apple Cider Donuts, Fall Mums, Pumpkins, Corn Stalks and Apple Cider Slushies and a wide variety of the farm chefs favorite delights and foods will be available.

The Hubble Space Telescope Corn Maze will amuse each family member as they get lost among the stars in the 11 acre maze dedicated to the 20 year successful NASA mission of the Hubble Telescope. The maze is made of Phase 1 and phase 2, phase 1 is a challenge that will have on th outer rim of space, you will be lost approximately 20 to 30 minutes. Phase 2 of the corn maze will take you deeper into outer space and have you navigating more stars and galaxies as you try to make is back to earth to complete your mission. After you complete the corn maze Old West will have – Pioneers, prospectors, cowboys, outlaws, saloon girls around the farm. Throughout the day there will be face painting by Magic Brushes and Farmer Bruce will be strolling the grounds with balloon artistry, tricks and jokes. In the riding ring the friendly competition will include a race around the barrel and hay bales on inflatable miniature ponies, a family favorite Sack races and sheriff’s deputy’s Marshmallow gun shooting range, and more. In a time when people risked it for the gold rush, each little wrangler can try to strike it rich as they Pan for Gold.

We are very excited this year with so many new additions to the farm, the jumping pillow, new haunted elements and new themed weekends offers families of all ages something different every time they visit our farm . Our 2011 season Spacefarm7 collaboration with NASA has been a wonderful opportunity to share the excitement of space exploration with children & families as they get lost in the 11acres of Outer Space, Stars, and the Hubble Telescope”, said Cynthia Gifford, Owner of Liberty Ridge Farm. “Our goal is to cultivate memories each time someone makes a visit to the farm, there is something so special as you watch the children and their families smile and laugh together, we are very proud that people and families make the trip year after year.”

A newly crowned Queen kicks off Pumpkin Festival Weekend

October 13th, 2011 by

A newly crowned Queen kicks off Pumpkin Festival Weekend

The annual Pumpkin Festival on October 15th & 16th will celebrate the newly crowned princess in a weekend pumpkin harvest celebration.  Starting at 1pm each day there will pumpkin painting with opportunities to paint your own pumpkin to purchase and take home, or games such as; the outlandish gourd toss or the delicious bobbing for donuts game that has festival goers competing to eat a donut as it dangles from a string. This is the Pumpkin Princess’ favorite weekend at Liberty Ridge Farm as she makes her annual rounds from the Pumpkin patch to share her grace with all who attend the farm, smiling and posing for photographs.

The amazing Pumpkin Cannon will be shot off every hour, launching pumpkins almost ½ mile away.  You can get in on the action this year with the all new Pumpkin Shooters and Corn Shooters that are located on the pumpkin cannon range.  In festival fashion the farm chef will be serving up delicious pumpkin delights and the farm will offer face painting by Magic Brushes and balloon artistry and jokes by Farmer Bruce.

A new midway style show of danger & excitement start each haunt night at 7pm.  Colleen the sideshow Queen and EvilDan are “Psychic Sideshow”  bringing you the Bread Stick of death as EvilDan risks life and nose when Colleen the Sideshow Queen uses him as target practice with a bullwhip that breaks the sound barrier.

Now in our 12th season, we are so proud to be a tradition for thousands of families in the Capital District, said Cynthia Gifford, owner of Liberty Ridge Farm.”  “We celebrate our pumpkin festival during the harvest daytime each year with friends and families of all ages.” “Even though we are a family destination we offer a little fright on an October night, like no other before it”  “This year we are very excited about the new additions we have added to the farm; A NASA themed corn maze, the new Jumping Pillow, the new Spider Web, the new night time sideshow and a 4th haunted element are just a few of the changes on the farm for the 2011 season.”

A community of cabins or village of campfires are available for individual reservation online atwww.libertyridgefarmny.com.   General Admission includes the Corn maze, Brad’s Barnyard adventure of over 20 exciting hands on activities, Shows and Events and Trolley.  The Harvest Haunted Admission includes: The Farmer’s Haunted House and his Forest of Fear, The All New Spooky Corn Maze, Fort HuntD & Brad’s Barnyard Adventure.  Haunt Nights in October include 4 haunt elements and an All new Spooky Maze Location for 2011, the entire corn maze is not open on haunt nights.

Liberty Ridge Farm is an agricultural tourism destination and working farm on the historic Hoosic River.  In the 12th Season Liberty Ridge Farm has been named the northeast representative for the NASA SpaceFarm7 special outreach program. The SpaceFarm7 pairs NASA and seven other agri-tourism destinations across the United States in a special outreach program aimed at educating children on space exploration. Liberty Ridge Farm and Goddard Space Flight Center will be paired together to coordinate their leg of the outreach program and celebration. Liberty Ridge Farm has entertained families for 12 Seasons, coming up with new and exciting corn maze designs that delight hearts and minds. The 2011 Corn maze will highlight achievements made during the 20 year NASA Hubble Space Telescope program, proudly bearing the name of “The Hubble Space Telescope Adventure Corn Maze.” The Fall Festival begins September 17th and runs to November 6th. Liberty Ridge Farm is a fall family attraction that has food, fun and adventure all in one place with Daily Shows, Attractions, Pumpkin Patch, Fresh Fudge and more. You can find information on the Calendar of Events. The Harvest Haunted Attraction runs every Friday and Saturday with 3 haunted attractions that thrill and chill. The Farm is open to the public daily, and offers school Educational Field Trips, Weddings, Company Picnics, Birthday Parties, Social Celebrations and Special Events

Liberty Ridge Farm 29 Bevis Road in Schaghticoke, NY 12154.518-664-1515.

For information on the web, visitwww.LibertyRidgeFarmNY.com

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Columbus Day Weekend Events 2012, Albany , Saratoga, Delmar, Clifton Park, Rexford, Schaghticoke, Upstate NY

October 9th, 2011 by

Liberty Ridge Farm, the Capital Region’s premier fall family destination invites families and junior athletes to the 2012 Family Farm Olympics. This yearly event is held during the Fall Festival Oct 6th, 7th & 8th of Columbus Day Weekend 2012. Families and friends of all ages are invited to an amazing weekend of old fashioned games and competitions.

night screams Columbus Day Weekend in the Capital Region

SCHAGHTICOKE,NY (10/05/2012)(readMedia)– Liberty Ridge Farm’s Family Farm Olympics are in full swing over Columbus Day Weekend, October 6th,7th & 8th. Friends and families are invited out for an autumn weekend of farm-tastic fun. The weekend is full of old fashioned games, potato sack races, 3-legged relays and inflatable bouncy horse races, followed by an awards ceremony where everyone takes home a commemorative medal! Liberty Ridge Farm has outdoor play, farm shows and a festival of adventures for all ages, with over 55 acres of fun and the largest and original cornfield maze in upstate NY. The Columbus Day Weekend Celebration is the largest in the Capital Region full of fall family fun, foods and the Battenkill Pony Club offering Pony Rides October 6th as part of their fundraiser, a $5 donation is requested per pony ride.

 

Liberty Ridge Farm turns from laughter to frights every October Weekend night with The Harvest Haunted Attraction. The Harvest Haunt provides 5 frightening experiences including a new scary 3D attraction, new frightening characters, a midway style sideshow, and a trolley ride to the fear side. Liberty Ridge Farm warns that their Haunt MAY BE TO INTENSE FOR: People With Weak Hearts, Those That Faint Easily , Small Children, Those who Frighten Easily Not Recommended for Children Under the Age of Eleven! Liberty Ridge Farm promises this year to make you scream, as they build upon their popularity among their new base of fall fear seekers. These fall fear explorers have been one of the driving forces in haunt upgrades, additions and improvements for 2012. The Harvest Haunt promises to provide more thrills and frightening experiences with some surprises not revealed until opening night.

“We love Columbus Day Weekend, with our daytime and nighttime activities there is so much happening on the farm”, said Cynthia Gifford, owner of Liberty Ridge Farm. “We work with a team of dedicated individuals all year long in preparation for our Family Farm Olympics and our Harvest Haunt, both coinciding with Columbus Day Weekend. We provide laughter by days and frights by night every October weekend but Columbus Day Weekend is our biggest celebration. This year Family Farm Olympics will entertain friends and families of all ages then our Harvest Haunt by night makes us the largest fall haunted attraction destination in the Capital Region. We look forward to a frightfully delightful season this year, with new daytime themed weekends, and a new nightime haunted attraction maximizing the fun and fear. Our events can be very busy so we suggest reserving tickets online, and arriving early to ensure you experience all attractions, and dont forget we have extended our haunt dates this year on October 7th, 27th & 28th.”

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.

Colleen the Sideshow Queen and EvilDan are “Pyschic Sideshow”, a live experience that brings you the thrill and excitement of a carnival midway each Haunt night starting at 7pm.

For more details you can reach Michael Velardi at imageMAXmedia 518-207-6052

Liberty Ridge Farm 29 Bevis Road in Schaghticoke, NY 12154. 518-664-1515.

For information on the web, visit www.LibertyRidgeFarmNY.com

Updated 10/09/2011 at 10:30 AM EDT

Haunted Attraction Albany Saratoga Capital District – October Shrills

October 4th, 2011 by

Frightening shrills heard from farmer’s haunted house at Upstate NY farm.

The shrieks and shrills on the farm are just the beginning of your frightening journey as you enter the farmer’s haunted house this fall at Liberty Ridge Farm in Schaghticoke, NY. Take a walk in fear as you step into the mind of a madman farmer wondering if you are going to make it back alive. Liberty Ridge Farm is now open for the 12th season of their Haunted Harvest Attraction, with 4 separate haunted elements that send chills up your spine every Friday and Saturday Night during the month of October. The first night of the Harvest Haunted attraction is Friday night September 30th and the Harvest Haunted Attractions remain open to October 30th with a special Haunting on Sunday of Columbus Day weekend.

Even the bravest won’t go into the farmer’s house alone, and this years Harvest is brewing a different kind of ghoulish evil. A constant barrage of voices have been echoing louder in the farmers head. To protect himself from the voices he has built a breed of demon corn stalkers that prowl his Forest of Fear and Field of Screams looking for anyone who dares to trespass on the farm. Protect your soul from the madman farmer and his corn stalkers or be condemned to the farm forever.

A new show entitled The Psychic Sideshow brings midway style entertainment to the 12th season of the Harvest. Colleen the Sideshow Queen & EvilDan are “Psychic Sideshow”. A show that mixes a style of danger, energy & humor that has landed them on the Jay Leno Show for an appearance. Their midway show will have many memorable performances, but one called the Bread Stick of Death pits EvilDan against Colleen the Sideshow Queen a she uses him for target practice with a bullwhip that breaks the sound barrier.

A community of cabins or village of campfires are available for individual reservation during haunt nights, Liberty Ridge Farm lights the fire and so you can enjoy being out under the stars Reserve a campfire or Cabin at www.libertyridgefarmny.com. The Harvest Haunted Attraction admission includes: The Farmer’s Haunted House and his Forest of Fear, The All New Spooky Corn Maze, Fort Haunted & Brad’s Barnyard Adventure. Haunt Nights in October include 4 haunt elements and an All new Spooky Maze Location for 2011, the entire corn maze is not open on haunt nights.

“Halloween is a special time of the year for so many of us, The Haunted Harvest Attraction only comes to the Capital Region once a year.” Said Cynthia Gifford, owner of Liberty Ridge Farm. “This year we have added new attractions, new haunting sites and a midway style performance by the Psychic Sideshow. We have been working with a professional haunt consultant from a well known Florida company since 2010 to ensure that we have the best haunted attraction in Albany Capital District. Keene Designs act as haunt consultants to our farm and many theme parks and agri-tourism destinations nationwide. “The team at Keene Designs create a level of enthusiasm, knowledge and training that makes our haunted attraction the only fright done right.”

“We stepped it up from last year, increasing the levels of fear” said Shawn Keene, Owner of Keene Designs. We have added new lighting and animations effects that interact with your senses, and we even have the occasional smells, each and every detail have not been overlooked in this effort to elevate the levels of scaring over last year”

Albany, Saratoga , Clifton Park Fall Family Fun, Liberty Ridge Farm Opening Weekend with a A Farmtastic Corn Festival of family fun in the Albany Capital Region Sept 17th & 18th

September 13th, 2011 by

The carnival spirit continues to grow in Schaghticoke, NY with one of the largest and original cornfield mazes that put Liberty Ridge Farm firmly on the map in the hearts and minds of so many fall time explorers. Liberty Ridge Farm’s Cornfield Maze spans over 11 acres and features a passport game to challenge maze goers with trivia and provides hints and clues to assist in navigating the maze. Liberty Ridge Farm commences their fall festival jamboree September 22nd as the Schaghticoke fair departs the Capital Region. This year the 13th harvest season is jam packed with carnival style shows, agricultural adventures, food delights, themed weekends and much more. The Liberty Ridge Farm Market will have home baked delights such as their signature apple cider donuts, fresh pies, popcorn and kettle corn, caramel apples and a wide selection of fall decorations including; corn stalks, pumpkins, haybales and huge fall mums.

Admission and Hours information to the farm can be found online at www.libertyridgefarmny.com/hours-rates.

Liberty Ridge Farm continues to evolve their wildly popular fall festival that now includes themed weekend events for friends and families of all ages such as; Family Farm Olympics, Western Days and the Harvest Celebration. The farms rustic and refined personality has cultivated memories for 12 seasons with a corn maze adventure and a barnyard filled with over 20 laugh inspiring activities including, The Amazing Jumping Pillow, Giant Gerbil Wheels and an 80 foot underground slide called The Silver Mine chute. It is easy to spend an entire fall afternoon outdoors with over 55 acres of the farm dedicated to family friendly activities. Liberty Ridge Farm has spacious grounds, delicious food selections, community campfires, age appropriate activities and fall adventures in the Capital Region that warm the soul.

“We couldn’t be more excited for this years season, we got lucky in the Northeast to have such a great growing season and our cornfield maze looks amazing!, said Cynthia Gifford, Owner of Liberty Ridge Farm.” “This year we have added new signature events, shows and outdoor activities, and we also expanded our Harvest Haunted Attraction to include 5 individual haunted elements as we continue to evolve as the Capital Region’s premier agri-tourism destination. We know people come out to the farm for great customer service, delicious foods and just for the animals too, our farm goers see our animals as our mascots, with our pair of golden retrievers Hunter & Chappy greeting families and friends year after year. Brad’s Barnyard full of friends has grown to include Gabby and Rocky the goats, Jack the Donkey and even a horse named Bob, with individual personalities that have captured hearts during our fall harvest. We pride ourselves on exceeding customer expectations year after year with sincere enthusiasm for the fall experience.

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.

For information on the web, visitwww.LibertyRidgeFarmNY.com

Follow us on Facebook atwww.facebook.com/libertyridgefarm,

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Clifton Park, Rexford & Ballston Spa Fall Family Fun, pumpkin patch, corn maze, jumping pillow and apple cider donuts. These are just a few of the amazing things you can do at Liberty Ridge Farm.

September 1st, 2011 by

Clifton Park, Rexford & Ballston Spa Fall Family Fun, pumpkin patch, corn maze, jumping pillow and apple cider donuts. These are just a few of the amazing things you can do at Liberty Ridge Farm.  Liberty Ridge Farm opens September 22nd 2012:)

If you’re looking for pumpkins, a full day of adventure is in store for the whole family just 30 minutes away. If you live in Ballston Spa head down 67 into Schaghticoke if in Clifton Park head down 146 it’s so simple to get to Liberty Ridge Farm, the area’s best kept secret.

Ever wanted to go see pumpkin chunkin ? It so cool to see those amazing inventions that propel pumpkins over ½ mile. Liberty Ridge Farm has a Giant pumpkin canon and New this year we have the destruction zone with miniature pumpkin canons. Fall time has never been so fun, when you can watch a pumpkin launch over ½ mile or shoot some pumpkins down range on your own, the smell of fresh Apple Cider Donuts in the air.

When you think of the fall and things to do with your family or friends, Liberty Ridge Farm will have you entertained for an entire day of festival style fun. The Pig races are just one of the things that people from all around come to see, its carnival appeal still beckons on when you here the bell and watch them zip around the track, run little piggy run !

Ever want to sit on a bench and watch your little ones play with other kids? It’s so much fun to watch them laugh and jump around on over 20 hands-on activities in Brad’s Barnyard adventure.

The corn crib is like playing in the dirt but its a huge building filled with corn kernels, kids relish being kids in this farm style fun. Liberty Ridge Farm is where we can all speak to that child inside, we can let go of the TV and electronic gizmos and have some good old-fashioned outdoor fun.

We didn’t even talk about the corn maze … WOW this year is something special for sure, The carnival spirit continues to grow in Schaghticoke, NY with one of the largest and original cornfield mazes in the Capital Region. Liberty Ridge Farm’s 13th fall festival jamboree begins September 22nd.  Just as the Schaghticoke Fair departs the Capital Region, the farm harvest season is jam packed with carnival style shows, agricultural adventures, food delights, themed weekends and much more.

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We look forward to seeing you on the farm this fall.

Fall Family Attractions, Fall things to do near Albany and Saratoga NY

August 30th, 2011 by

The Carnival Spirit Continues to Grow in Schaghticoke

SCHAGHTICOKE, NY (09/12/2012)(readMedia)– The carnival spirit continues to grow in Schaghticoke, NY with one of the largest and original cornfield mazes that put Liberty Ridge Farm firmly on the map in the hearts and minds of so many fall time explorers. Liberty Ridge Farm’s Cornfield Maze spans over 11 acres and features a passport game to challenge maze goers with trivia and provides hints and clues to assist in navigating the maze. Liberty Ridge Farm commences their fall festival jamboree September 22nd as the Schaghticoke fair departs the Capital Region. This year the 13th harvest season is jam packed with carnival style shows, agricultural adventures, food delights, themed weekends and much more. The Liberty Ridge Farm Market will have home baked delights such as their signature apple cider donuts, fresh pies, popcorn and kettle corn, caramel apples and a wide selection of fall decorations including; corn stalks, pumpkins, haybales and huge fall mums.

Admission and Hours information to the farm can be found online at www.libertyridgefarmny.com/hours-rates.

Liberty Ridge Farm continues to evolve their wildly popular fall festival that now includes themed weekend events for friends and families of all ages such as; Family Farm Olympics, Western Days and the Harvest Celebration. The farms rustic and refined personality has cultivated memories for 12 seasons with a corn maze adventure and a barnyard filled with over 20 laugh inspiring activities including, The Amazing Jumping Pillow, Giant Gerbil Wheels and an 80 foot underground slide called The Silver Mine chute. It is easy to spend an entire fall afternoon outdoors with over 55 acres of the farm dedicated to family friendly activities. Liberty Ridge Farm has spacious grounds, delicious food selections, community campfires, age appropriate activities and fall adventures in the Capital Region that warm the soul.

“We couldn’t be more excited for this years season, we got lucky in the Northeast to have such a great growing season and our cornfield maze looks amazing!, said Cynthia Gifford, Owner of Liberty Ridge Farm.” “This year we have added new signature events, shows and outdoor activities, and we also expanded our Harvest Haunted Attraction to include 5 individual haunted elements as we continue to evolve as the Capital Region’s premier agri-tourism destination. We know people come out to the farm for great customer service, delicious foods and just for the animals too, our farm goers see our animals as our mascots, with our pair of golden retrievers Hunter & Chappy greeting families and friends year after year. Brad’s Barnyard full of friends has grown to include Gabby and Rocky the goats, Jack the Donkey and even a horse named Bob, with individual personalities that have captured hearts during our fall harvest. We pride ourselves on exceeding customer expectations year after year with sincere enthusiasm for the fall experience.