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Tucker Farms, Inc. is a family-owned and operated potato farm on the north slope of the Adirondack Mountains twenty miles north of Lake Placid. This relative isolation and high elevation is ideal for growing vigorous, top-quality, disease-free seed potatoes. In season, we also offer hand-picked, farm-fresh vegetables to those who want the highest quality produce possible, U-pick (pick your own) strawberries to those willing to work for their own, a wide variety of squash, pumpkins and gourds for those who know their cucurbits and TuckerTaters™ tablestock potatoes for those who know their potatoes. The general public is invited to our farm to explore the Great Adirondack Corn Maze™ and to learn more about us on a farm tour.

Website : www.tuckertaters.com/

112 Hobart Road
Gabriels, New York, 12939

Contact Phone : (518)637-1230
Email : adkspud@hotmail.com
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LOSE YOURSELF AT THE GREAT ADIRONDACK CORN MAZE CORN MAZE SEASON: August until the last weekend in October CORN MAZE DAYS AND HOURS: Open every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 1 pm until dusk. Flashlight nights are Friday and Saturday nights from dusk until 10 pm. No one enters the maze after 9 pm. Staff will remain on duty until everyone is out of the maze and accounted for. After sunset, there will be a bonfire and all the fixings to make smores. This is a wonderful family event, especially as the season proceeds into autumn. For Private Groups Are you looking for a one-of-a-kind outing that your group will love? We book groups of 15 or more by appointment. Large groups, please reserve your plans for large-group events well in advanced so that there are no conflicts with other groups. Call for group rate. SPECIAL DATES/EVENTS (We do not offer flashlight night events on these special dates; regular admission prices will be in effect ): 13 October 2013: Columbus Day (Thanksgiving Day, Canada) Fright Night special event, opening at 7 pm (1900 hrs). (No one will be allowed to enter the maze between 5 pm and 7 pm.) All the normal rules of conduct for flashlight nights apply this evening. MOON PHASES August 3rd - First Quarter 10th - Full Moon 17th - Last Quarter 25th - New Moon September 2nd - First Quarter 8th - Full Moon 15th - Last Quarter 24th - New Moon October 1st - First Quarter 8th - Full Moon 15th - Last Quarter 23rd - New Moon SPECIAL EVENT OPPORTUNITIES AT TUCKER FARMS Inquire now about having your next birthday celebration, wedding, fund raiser, company team-building exercise, school, college or scout group activity, church function, etc. during our Great Adirondack Corn Maze season, August through October. REGULAR FARM TOUR Farm tours are available on the hour when The Great Adirondack Corn Maze is in operation (daylight hours only). These tours are suitable for all interested parties from children to adults and groups large and small. $5 for adults and $3 for those less than 14 years of age, i.e. 13 years and younger. This tour takes about one hour and encompasses a wide portion of the farm--the part with the best views. Those with groups larger than 15 persons are encouraged to call ahead to make special arrangements for the tour. EARTHSCOPE SEISMIC STATION AT TUCKER FARMS Certain to be a big hit, this will be a stop on the Regular Farm Tour. (read further information) PUMPKIN PATCH TOUR (mid-late September through October) This is a special tour, direct to the pumpkin patch from the corn maze and back, taking only 30 minutes or so. Cost is $3, or $5, or $7 per person depending upon the size of the pumpkin selected. Tour guide gets to decide the price, depending on what you choose. We ask that you question the tour guide what price level you fall into. Everyone on this tour is guaranteed one pumpkin or squash or gourds of his own selection from the field. LARGE GROUPS AND SPECIAL TOURS MUST BE ARRANGED IN ADVANCE Special farm tour/corn maze combination packages are available for groups and on unspecified dates. Call for rates and to schedule an appointment. Large groups, those comprising 10 to 15 adult persons, should call ahead to make an appointment so we can accommodate them. Great educational opportunities - let us know your focus and interests - Tucker Farms has been hosting farm tours for school children since about 1970. Not surprisingly, we have been hosting tours for many years now for the children of those early children. We are not certain but it is certainly possible that grandchildren may start showing up if they haven't already. Needless to say, it has become a tradition for several local schools. Teachers have been able to work up learning modules for this tour, even the youngest children make up posters and painting about what they saw and write notes to us about what they learned. See photos in Gallery - For several years, by special arrangement, elementary school groups have been coming to Tucker Farms in the spring to plant pumpkins and return in the fall to see the results. Their teachers have developed curricula to go along with these 'field trips'.

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ucker Farms, Inc. is a family-owned and operated potato farm on the north slope of the Adirondack Mountains twenty miles north of Lake Placid. This relative isolation and high elevation is ideal for growing vigorous, top-quality, disease-free seed potatoes. In season, we also offer hand-picked, farm-fresh vegetables to those who want the highest quality produce possible, U-pick (pick your own) strawberries to those willing to work for their own, a wide variety of squash, pumpkins and gourds for those who know their cucurbits and TuckerTaters™ tablestock potatoes for those who know their potatoes. The general public is invited to our farm to explore the Great Adirondack Corn Maze™ and to learn more about us on a farm tour.



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