It's easy to “Buy Fresh, Buy Local” in Rappahannock County. Our farms and orchards are committed to sustainable agriculture and their products are prominent at farmers' markets in the region and in nearby Washington, D.C. — and you can tour more than 20 of them the last week of September every year during the annual Rappahannock County Farm Tour and Festival. In addition, we have several local nurseries growing everything from conifers to Japanese maples, native plants and mums. Buy directly from our farms and get to know the people behind this healthful way of living.
Bean Hollow Grassfed is located in Flint Hill, VA; 65 miles west of the District of Columbia. For thirty-five years and three generations we have run sheep and cattle on Over Jordan Farm, nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in western Virginia. We believe that properly managed livestock farms are a key to rebuilding local economies and regenerating healthy ecosystems. Well managed pastures and forests naturally capture CO2, making them important tools in the toolkit for tackling global warming. Visit our on farm, self service store for grassfed lamb and beef, and pastured pork.
15 Over Jordan Farm Lane, Flint Hill, VA 22627
Located on 138 acres in the shadow of Old Rag, Belle Meade Farm offers tranquility, space and beauty. Enjoy our accommodations in a renovated Victorian farmhouse and cottage. Explore the farm, enjoy the pool, hot tub and pond. Whole house rentals, group retreats available. Guests of all ages welcome. The Schoolhouse is available for special events. Pasture-raised eggs and meat for sale.
353 FT Valley Road Sperryville VA 22740
A local farm raising cattle, sheep, goats, pigs and chickens. We provide healthy natural products. Custom cut beef, pork, goat, and eggs.
25 Belle Ridge Farm Lane, Woodville, VA 22740
Eastwoods is a small tree nursery specializing in Japanese maples (more than 300 different varieties), Ginkgos (about 30 different cultivars) and selected conifers (about 80 different selections). Our trees vary in size from one-year babies to mature trees with up to 8-inch diameter trunks. We back up our sales with help selecting the best tree for your location and with information on planting, care and pruning.
634 Long Mountain Road Washington VA 22747
Come pick your own apples, peaches, and nectarines at our orchard, located a few miles south of Sperryville on route 231. Open weekends from mid-August until mid-November, we have the juciest, most succulent tree-ripened fruit around. While you're visiting, pop into our market and buy a gallon of fresh pressed cider or some grass-fed beef. Our angus-crossed steer never leave our lush, green pastures and they graze all day on alfalfa, clover, and fescue. F.T. Valley Farm is the perfect destination if you’re looking for fresh country air and local charm.
513 FT Valley Road, Sperryville, VA 22740
Grows and sells microgreens to the public and chefs in Northern Virginia.
71 Four Springs Lane, Amissville, VA 20106
The Rappahannock County Annual Farm Tour is a free, two-day, self-guided tour offering a behind-the-scenes glimpse of our working farms.
We’ll have 15+ venues on this year’s tour, with a wide range of farms and experiences – from beekeeping to llamas to organic vegetable farms, not to mention goats, chickens, cows, as well as local artisans selling their wares.
It’s a great opportunity to go behind the scenes and see real, working farms surrounded by the pristine beauty of Rappahannock County. Rappahannock County’s early settlers were small farmers; officially founded in 1833, it has long been deeply rooted in agriculture.
The mission of the Rappahannock County Farm Tour is to present an unforgettable, educational and enriching experience of Rappahannock County’s (Agri)Culture.
PO Box 519, Washington, VA 22747
We sell Virginia chutney, apples, peaches, pears, nectarines, apricots, fresh cider, gluten-free products, organic products, jellies, jams, local honey, Trickling Springs Creamery, locals eggs and lots more!
64 Old Hollow Rd, Sperryville, VA 22740