Fall Foliage Hay Rides: Leaf Peepiní Pleasure

         Your journey begins by stepping up into a hay wagon and settling down on a hay bale for a brief farm history near our recently restored 1889 Livery and Stable. When the tractor starts, youíll ride for a mile on farm lanes, starting with a trip down a series of switch backs through a wooded gorge and then back up the other side into hay fields surrounded by woodlands. A breathtaking vista awaits you; across the valley is Lickbrook Gorge and itís surrounding wooded slopes ó all ablaze with the colors of fall.
         The journey continue through a wooded glen, then back into rolling hay fields and more spectacular views of hillsides and valleys. Along the way, keep an eye open for whitetail deer, wild turkey, pheasant, coyote, red fox and a myriad of song birds. This is a relaxing journey with periodic stops for picture taking and enjoyment. There will be a break for cider and donuts at the turn around point.

$5 Adults
$4 Seniors & Children under 12
Children under 2 - free

Group rates available
Reservations recommended

2009 Hay Ride Schedule: Weekends in October, rides begin at 11:00 a.m., 1:00 pm., & 3:00 p.m.
  • Please call ahead to confirm schedule, 607-277-4547.
  • Cash and checks accepted, credit card payment not available at this time.
Please note:
  • Wagons are accessed by a short flight of stairs, & the ride can be rough in places
  • We cannot guarantee leaves of any coloróred, yellow, orange or even green.  However, the ride will be enjoyable regardless of leaf status.
  • In inclement weather an alternate route, which is also lovely, will be used.
 
 
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