Farm-tastic Birthdays and Company Events are cultivated at Liberty Ridge Farm

April 19th, 2011 by

Press Release For Immediate Release

SCHAGHTICOKE, NY (04/19/2011)(readMedia)– Farm-tastic Camp Birthdays and Company Picnics are cultivated at Liberty Ridge Farm within the Albany Capital Region.

Liberty Ridge Farm, the leading agritourism destination in Upstate New York, announced today that they are now booking parties for the 2011 Camp Celebration season.

Nestled in Brad’s Barnyard is a little ecclectic corral, made up of four individual cabins each with their own personality that creates the community named Camp Celebration. Cabins are available for birthday parties, small groups parties or social gatherings. Larger groups such as company picnics or corporate events can reserve multiple cabins or the entire camp community.

Camp Celebration offers an outdoor farm-tastic experience; “we have a little something for all ages”, said Cynthia Gifford, Owner of Liberty Ridge Farm. “The cabins are your own little place away from home with private porches and campfires, coupled with our catering that is brought directly to the cabin, partygoers can enjoy all of Brad’s Barnyard adventures and then come back to the cabin when the food is served.”

If you are interested in reservations, each cottage or cabins has a party area, porch, picnic tables and optional campfire site. The cabins are rented in 3 hour blocks at a cost of $50 per cabin, plus admission for each attendee.

With catchy cabin names such as Paddock, Garden and Heritage you can see why Camp Celebration cultivates memories within hearts of all ages. Birthday party packages such as the Hot Dog Roast or Pizza Party last for a 3 Hours at the cabin along with admission to Brad’s Barnyard Adventure that entertains and enlightens hearts with over 20 exciting outdoor attractions.

If you would like to see more you can view the packages online at http:www.libertyridgefarmny.com/birthdayparties.pdf.

At Liberty Ridge Farm, we grow memories. Liberty Ridge Farm is an agricultural tourism destination and working farm on the Historic Hoosic River. The Gifford Family hosts a Fall Festival featuring the Capital Region’s original cornfield maze and also features Brad’s Barnyard of family fun adventure and special events. The 2011 Fall Season begins September 17th and runs through November 6th. The Farm is available for Educational Field Trips, Weddings, Company Picnics and Special Events.

Liberty Ridge Farm, 29 Bevis Road, Schaghticoke, NY.

For information, visit www.LibertyRidgeFarmNY.com or call 518-664-1515.

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5 Great Reasons to Hold a Company Picnic

March 28th, 2011 by

Albany, NY — Mar 21, 2011 / (http://www.libertyridgecorporate.wordpress.com) — With companies trying to find ways to reward their loyal employees in a tough economy, Liberty Ridge Farm – the leading agritourism destination in upstate New York – today announced the top five reasons to hold a company picnic.

“There are lots of reasons to have a company picnic this year,” said Cynthia Gifford Owner of Liberty Ridge Farm. “Perhaps the best reason is to provide a bonding experience throughout your company among your employees and bosses. The other major advantage of a company picnic is it brings the employees families together to meet and play with each other. Once you have run the 3 legged race with a co-worker, you will definitely get to know them better! When you return to the workplace, you will remember your experiences, and build that experience into your everyday working respect for each other.”

5 — A company picnic helps to build company morale

4 — A company picnic shows appreciation for employee and their efforts

3 — A company picnic shows a commitment to employees and their families

2 — A company picnic helps strengthen teamwork

1 — The number one reason to have a company picnic is to have fun!

The benefits of a company picnic are significant. A company picnic can increase the morale in the office as employees feel appreciated and enjoy a day out of the office. They can also allow open interaction between executives and employees in a non-intimidating environment. Company picnics also allow employees to network within the company with other employees that they might not interact with on a daily basis.

“A Summer or Fall company picnic at Liberty Ridge Farm consists of quality food and quality fun. You can choose from our amazing picnic packages and enjoy all the adventure the farm has to offer. There are gathering spaces to fit any size group and we can customize to fit your needs.” concluded Gifford.

Liberty Ridge Farm Offers Campers A Day of Fun and Adventure!

February 28th, 2011 by


Albany, NY
— Feb 23, 2011 / (http://www.myprgenie.com) — The Capital Region’s premier agritourism destination opens its gates to summer camp groups for a day of adventure on the farm. Campers experience an awesome time navigating the Capital Region’s largest corn maze and engaging in Brad’s Barnyard activities, full of fun and learning.
Liberty Ridge Farm‘s field trip is both educational and fun,” said Cynthia Gifford, Owner Liberty Ridge Farm. “In addition to fun in the area’s largest corn maze, kids can experience over 30 educational and fun adventures in Brad’s Barnyard Activities. Not far from anywhere in the Capital Region, Liberty Ridge Farm in Schaghticoke is the perfect place to grow imaginations.”
Farm Adventures begin July 20th and go through September 2nd and are offered every Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. Groups enjoy three hours on the farm at $8.50 per camper, with no admission charge for staff. A farm fresh option is picking ½ pint of the freshest blueberries to take home for additional $2.
Campers can bring their own bagged lunch, or we offer our farm lunch for an additional $5. TheFarm Hand Lunch includes a hot dog, bag of chips, a bottle of water and our own freshly picked blueberries, served family style. Lunch is served at the “Pitch Fork” (our outdoor kitchen) and at the time specified when placing the order. Picnic tables and shaded areas are available for everyone to enjoy their lunches.
“Liberty Ridge Farm offers your organization a fun affordable and educational get away that kids will enjoy and look forward to yearly. You can find more information atlibertyridgefarmny.com/fieldtrips.html or give us a call at 518- 664-1515,” concluded Gifford.
Liberty Ridge Farm, we grow memories. Liberty Ridge Farm is an agricultural tourism destination and working farm on the historic Hoosic River. The Gifford Family hosts a Fall Festival featuring the Capital Region’s original cornfield maze, Brad’s Barnyard of family fun adventure and special events. The 2010 Fall Season begins September 18th and runs through November 11th. The Farm is available for Educational Field Trips, Company Picnics and Special Events. Liberty Ridge Farm, 29 Bevis Road, Schaghticoke, NY. For information or to book ahead, visit  www.LibertyRidgeFarmNY.com or call 518-664-1515. Follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/libertyridgefarm, and Twitter atTwitter.com/libertyridge.

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