Saratoga Area Fall Farm Tour
Enjoy the season with this 15 mile tour of pick-your-own fields, fall foliage, farmland and family fun! This area is rich in agriculture, as well as American history is bordered by the Champlain Canal and Hudson River and offers fantastic views of New York, Vermont and Massachusetts.
Please keep in mind most of these farms are full time working farms and are not to be open to the public. Be respectful of private property and exercise caution while driving. Please refer to map as roads may not always be well marked.
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From the main entrance to Saratoga Race Course, follow Union Avenue 0.6 miles. Turn left on Henning Rd. and continue. At light turn right onto Route 29 (Lake Avenue), and follow for 8 miles.
1. SCHUYLER FARMS
corn maze, 18-hole miniature golf, pet and feed the animals, hayrides to pick-your-own pumpkin, refreshments and gift shop.
continue on Rt. 29 0.4 miles
2. SARATOGA APPLE
Saratoga Apple is open year-round and grows over 25 varieties of apples. Fresh picked apples, vegetables and pumpkins, apple cider, homemade cider donuts and pies, maple syrup, honey and different cheeses area available at their seasonal farm market and country store. Take a tractor-pulled wagon ride to the orchard to pick-your-own apples
Go to the light and turn left on Route 4. Follow Route 34 north 2.7 miles. Turn right on West River Road. Continue 0.8 miles.
3. WELCOME STOCK FARM
Sixth generation dairy farm where the Peck's have worked the soil since 1836. Milking 450 cows 3 times a day with a herd average of over 28,000 lbs. per cow per year. They also, market purebred Holstein cattle, bulls and embryos around the world. Crop 1,100 acres split between corn and hay
Continue 0.8 miles
4. FOSTER FARM
Foster Farm pasture-raises lamb, poultry, and turkey naturally without antibiotics or hormones. They have 50 acres in production growing hay, oats and straw. Also offer pick-your-own strawberries and asparagus, wool and wool products, angora from rabbits, and compost. Products for sale at Saratoga Farmer's Market.
Go 0.4 miles Left on Callahan Road. Continue 1.8 miles through stop sign.
5. BARBER BROTHERS DAIRY FARM
Barber Brothers has over 300 cows and produces corn and alfalfa on 1,200 acres of farm land.
Left on Route 32 South. Continue 1 mile.
6. CLEAR ECHO DAIRY FARM
Clear Echo was established in 1868 and is presently managed by the 5th generation. Milk 380 registered Holsteins and grow corn and hay on 800 acres. Also merchandise bull and embryos across the United States.
Go 0.9 miles
7. WINNEY'S BLUEBERRY FARM
Winney's Blueberry Farm is the largest grower of blueberries in Saratoga County. Located in Bacon Hill, offering pick-your-own blueberries or already picked at the farmstand.
Go 0.4 miles, turn right on Grange Hall Road. Go 1.8 miles. Turn right on Route 29 (back to Saratoga). End of Tour.
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