Beginning July 17:
Fri, Sat, and Sun
10AM to 5PM
May 16, 2015 |
October 10, 2014 |
October 4, 2014 |
CUTTING GARDEN OPENS IN EARLY JULY
Take a leisurely stroll through our beautiful cutting garden and choose from a bounty of seasonal favorites. Perfect for Moms’ groups, scout troops, home-schoolers and anyone who needs flowers for tonight’s dinner table.
Picking your own apples at Ridgefield Farm has become very popular for folks from WV and the three neighboring states and Washington, DC. Whether you are a returning customer or new to the experience, the fun of picking your own fresh apples is not to be missed.
Early-August – Ginger Gold
Mid-August to Early-September – Gala
Early September – Honey Crisp
September – Empire (our MacIntosh), Courtland, Golden Delicious, Jonagold, Mutsu.
BY DAY: Pick the perfect pumpkin, a bag of fresh apples, enjoy our daytime corn maze and hayride and browse our store for preserves, salad dressings and our famous apple bread and cookies. (Friday through Sunday 10am to 5pm)
BY NIGHT: Enjoy an “edgy” moonlight hayride and a chilling romp through the pitch black corn maze during Haunting Season. (Friday & Saturday sunset to 11pm)
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In haunting season, evenings begin when you board our hay wagon which takes you on an edgy ride through the farm. This is not a ride for children under 10.
At the conclusion of the hayride, we’ll drop you off at the entrance to the Giant Cornfield Maze, where you’ll be on your own to make it through in pitch black darkness. You’ll have nothing to fear in the Corn Maze … although we certainly can’t be too sure about that.
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Don’t just buy a Christmas Tree, create a Christmas Memory! We provide the tree and the saw. You do the cutting.
Nothing beats the fresh smell and color of a freshly cut Christmas tree, and you can’t get a fresher one than one you cut yourself. We grow West Virginia Balsam Fir, Blue Spruce and Concolor Fir. For those of you with hotel lobby-sized living areas, we also have lots of giant trees. We call them our “Macy’s Trees.”
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