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Stoughton Farm is a greenhouse and roadside farm market located in Newark Valley, New York. Owned by Tim and Deb Stoughton, the farm grows and sells 10 greenhouses of annuals and perennials. Field grown crops include fresh greens, peas, beans sweet corn, summer squash, cucumbers, tomatoes, melons, peppers, potatoes, Indian corn, winter squash, pumpkins and more. Other produce is brought in throughout the season, as locally grown as possible. In addition, we recently finished our 9th season with the area's original large scale corn "MAiZE." On fall weekends other attractions include our NEW JUMPING PILLOW, hay rides, cow train rides, our pumpkin blaster, corn cannon and more. Mums, asters, apples, cider, and fudge are a few of our other fall favorites.

Website : www.stoughtonfarm.com/

10898 Route 38
Newark Valley, New York, 13811

Contact Phone : (607) 642-3675
Email : info@stoughtonfarm.com
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  FEATURED ATTRACTIONS

Fall brings all-new produce and attractions to Stoughton Farm. Our front lawn overflows with fresh, home-grown pumpkins of all shapes and sizes for your baking or jack-o-lantern needs. To add color back into your garden, we grow and sell fall mums and asters.We also carry a wide variety of winter squashes (acorn, spaghetti, and butternut, to name a few) and stock numerous types of New York State apples, grapes and pears. Of course, the centerpiece of our fall attractions is the eight-acre corn maze. On the weekends we also offer a corn cannon, pumpkin blaster, cow train rides, hayrides, our NEW JUMPING PILLOW, and concessions featuring our own homemade french fries and our NEW Kettle Corn! Flashlight Maize Flashlight maize will be held on Friday and Saturday nights from October 4th till November 2nd. Open until 10:00 pm (last admission 9:00 pm). Bring your flashlights, unless you're brave!! Concessions Hamburgers, hot dogs, homemade fresh cut fries, kettle corn, drinks, and more will be available during evenings and on weekends, unless we have a rainy day and very few people are coming.

  SEASONAL EVENTS AND PROMOTIONS

SPRING: The springtime sees our ten greenhouses full of your favorite annuals and perennials, including petunias, geraniums, million bells, marigolds, and numerous other bedding plants and hanging baskets. We also grow a large assortment of vegetable plants for your backyard garden, including tomatoes, peppers, lettuce, and herbs. As always, all of our plants are grown right here on the farm. SUMMER: Throughout the summer we continue to carry bedding plants and hanging baskets to keep your garden bright and fill in wherever color is needed. Summer also means great, fresh, farm-grown produce at Stoughton Farm. We grow our own beans, summer squash, zucchini, potatoes, and tomatoes. We also buy in a large selection of other produce, including watermelons, grapes, peaches, plums, garlic, and onions. Whenever possible, we stock locally grown products. The pride of our produce stand, however, is our sweet corn. We strive to grow some of the best, most delicious sweet corn in the area and pick it fresh for you each morning. FALL: Fall brings all-new produce and attractions to Stoughton Farm. Our front lawn overflows with fresh, home-grown pumpkins of all shapes and sizes for your baking or jack-o-lantern needs. We also carry a wide variety of winter squashes (acorn, spaghetti, and butternut, to name a few) and stock numerous types of New York State apples. Of course, the centerpiece of our fall attractions is the eight-acre corn maze.

  PRICES, HOURS AND DIRECTIONS

Where 10898 State Route 38 Newark Valley, NY 13811 Driving Directions 2.5 miles north of stoplight in Newark Valley on Route 38 7.0 miles south of stoplight in Richford on Route 38 Admission Maze- Children 3 and under free Maze- Children 4 - 9 $5.00 Maze- Adults 10 and up $8.00 Maze & Activity combo pass (all ages) $12.00 Activity combo pass (all ages) $8.00 Jumping Pillow Pass (all ages) $5.00



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