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Bees & Trees Farm

Open the day after Thanksgiving through December 23rd. Wednesday-Sunday 9:00am-4:00pm

We sell pure, raw honey and organic brown eggs.

At Christmas we sell cut greens, wreaths and garlands as well as Christmas tress (rir, spruce & pine) and we have a fantastic Christmas store with hand made ornaments, food, jewelry and other decorative items. 

Free cider at Christmas, s'mores for sale and can be toasted on our beautiful fire pit. 

Pets on leases are always welcome and we provide bowls full of fresh water.

Big Dog Pots Pottery

Mon-Sat 9am-5pm, Sun 1pm-5pm

Big Dog Pots Pottery is both a gift shop and working studio. 

We offer 3 gallery rooms filled with unique handmade gifts; classes in wheel throwing; classes in hand building (for ages 3 and up); paint & glaze; parties, events, and scouting sessions; custom made wedding gifts; dog and cat bowls; and custom pieces and gifts for all occasions.

Cibola Farms

9am-5pm daily, excluding major holidays

Cibola Farms produces Bison, free-range hogs, direct markets buffalo meats and free-range pork using sustainable management practices through a holistic approach to agriculture. We employ humane handling techniques and measures to ensure that all animals at the farm are comfortable both mentally and physically. Cibola Farms aims to produce healthy foods through raising livestock using natural elements. We make as many ecological decisions and efforts as possible in the mapping, planning and implementation of our agricultural endeavors.


We welcome all visitors to take a self-guided walking tour at our farm during normal daylight business hours. We discourage bringing pets on this self-guided tour. We accept Visa, Mastercard and cash as payment options.

Cocoa Manna

Thursdays & Fridays 11am-530pm

Cocoa Manna is dedicated to finding and sharing the world's best small-farm cocoa beans.


Cocoa beans are vegan, gluten-free, cholesterol-free, low fat, low calorie, and packed with powerful antioxidants associated with more energy, a healthier immune system, and stress reduction.


We roast our cocoa in small batches with lots of love right here in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Culpeper, VA.

Cornerstone Horesmanship

Tue-Thur 10am-4pm, *also by appointment or during events

Cornerstone Horsemanship specializes in starting horses under saddle, ranch horses, trail challenges and hosts several shows each year.


We also have a tack store with a variety of horse equipment including saddles.


Shows are free to attend and happen the first weekend of each month May through October.


Clinics are also open to the public and listed on the website.


Horsemen's International Ministry is also based out of this location.

Culpeper Cheese Company

Mon-Wed 11am-6pm, Thur 11am-pm, Fri-Sat 11am-8pm, Sun 1130am-5pm

Independently owned and operated on Culpeper's iconic Davis Street for more than 8 years. Culpeper Cheese Company specializes in local, artisanal and imported cheeses paired with craft beers and wines. All forms of payment are accepted. A casual place to meet and dine including an award winning menu with pairings, cheese boards, soups, salads and more.

Culpeper Downtown Farmers Market

Last Sat of April - Sat prior to Thanksgiving 730am-12pm

The Culpeper  Downtown Farmers Market brought to you by Culpeper Renaissance, Inc. announces the 2015 season. Join us at the East Davis Street and Commerce Street parking lot in historic downtown Culpeper.


The Culpeper Downtown Farmers Market offers more than 30 participants for this season's market. Be certain to stop by the market to pick up locally grown produce while supporting regional farmers. Stroll through the market for locally grown fruit, vegetables, herbs, mushrooms and vibrant flowers. Taste the very best farm fresh eggs, delicious baked goods, locally raised beef, pork, lamb, poultry and much more! Buy Fresh! Buy Local! For more information visit our website and follow us on Facebook.

Graves Mountain Lodge

Mid Mar - Early Dec, daily 730am-10pm; Jan - Mid Mar Mon-Fri 830am-430pm

Graves Mountain Lodge is a rustic mountain retreat with something to delight the whole family. There are three motels and 16 cabins to choose from, some of which are pet-friendly. The standard lodging rates include three home-cooked meals per day, though you can always rent a cabin with its own kitchen. At our family-style meals, you'll enjoy much of the food we grown on our working education farm: asparagus, peaches, corn, apples and summer vegetables. We are convenient to pristine fishing waters, popular hiking trails, horseback riding trails, wineries and Shenandoah National Park. Graves' Mountain Lodge hosts several free community festivals each year. We pride ourselves on customer service, and you can make reservations over the phone by calling (540) 923-4231. Visa, MasterCard and Discover are accepted as well as cash and checks.

Inn at Kelly's Ford


Historic Inn on the site of the Civil War battle of Kelly's Ford. Offer elegant accommodations as well as a dining room and pub, full equestrian center and event center, seasonal water activities on the Rappahannock River and bike rental to enjoy the countryside.

James Madison Museum of Orange County Heritage

Tue-Sat 11am-5pm

For  40 years, the James Madison Museum has been celebrating the rich cultural heritage of Orange County and the Piedmont Region of Virginia. The first museum in the United States to honor President Madison, farmer, Father of the Constitution and author of the Bill of Rights, the museum has close to 8,000 square feet of exhibits that include a large Hall of Agriculture and Transportation in which you can explore a wide variety of farming implements, conveyances and even a 1735 tenant farm house.


Our gift shop supports local artists and artisans by featuring their products. Admission is $5.50 for Adults and $2.50 for Youth (6-17). Groups are welcome. In addition to cash, the museum accepts VISA, Discover and MasterCard.

James Madison's Montpelier

Mon-Sun 9am-5pm

Montpelier is a property of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. This well-preserved 2,650-acre estate in Orange County, Virginia, was the lifelong home of James Madison. Its history begins with settlement by James Madison's grandfaterh in the 1720s, and includes slaves who worked and lived on the plantation, Civil War soldiers who encamped on the property, and a freedman's family who lived and farmed here after Emancipation.

In 1901 Montpelier was purchased by William duPont, a leading industrialist, and it remained in the duPont family for most of the 20th century. Upon the senior William duPont's death in 1928, Montpelier became the home of his daughter Marion duPont Scott. She and her brother, William, transformed Montpelier into one of the nation's leading equestrian estates and played an important role in the establishing and promoting racing on the flat and steeplechasing in America.

Lavender blooms from Memorial Day through June.


Touring our lavender is free. Groups are welcome. Schedule your group by calling 540-905-4749. Pets on leashes are welcome. Pick you own lavender. Our Farm Shop has locally produced lavender products such as soap, essential oil, sachets, and much more! Plus, tatted lace items are for sale. Specialty lavender product classes will be scheduled on the www.bothyfarm.com calendar.  

Liberty Mills Farms

Hours vary, check facebook or webpage for in-season hours.

Located in central Virginia, Liberty Mills Farm wants you to have a Farmtastic adventure.

Whether finding your way through our huge 20 acre fall corn maze-Virginia's largest--picking flowers for your wedding or event, or picking strawberries, tomatoes or pumpkins, we know nothing beats a day of fresh air, family fun and amazing scenery.

The Farm Market is a great place to find delicious jams, jellies, salsas and homegrown popcorn and local honey.

Cash, checks and credit cards accepted.

Sorry, no pets or smoking allowed on the farm at any time.

The Little Country Store

Mon-Wed 11am-6pm, Thur 11am-7pm, Fri-Sat 11am-8pm, Sun 1130am-5pm

Located in the rolling foothills of Old Rag Mountain, our name explains it all! We are a family owned and operated business. We are small, but we have a great variety of groceries, beverages, wines, beer, snacks, hand dipped ice cream, deli, pizza and homemade BBQ. We also have seasonal items such as a variety of vegetables and flowering seeds, Christmas candy, oysters, smoked turkeys and steamed crabs. We have a selection of frozen seafood. We also offer local ground beef. Our owner and "BBQ pit crew leader" Don Weakley slow smokes pork bbq that is offered year round (depending on weather). Several times a year, starting with the first Saturday in April and ending the first Saturday in October we have big cook outs. On these dates we have smoked whole or quartered chickens, country style ribs, rib eye steaks, beef brisket, pork bbq and take out platters. Please call (540) 923-4805 for more information. We can also be found bbq-ing at the local county fair and street festivals. We accept most major credit cards, cash and checks. Please let us know that you are traveling to use from the 'Tween Rivers Trail. We'll have a special deli combo just for you! As you travel to us, you'll see why we are on a scenic byway. We encourage you to "hike on over and come see us." You'll be glad you did.

Madison Arts Exchange

Sun 1pm-5pm, Mon-Sat 10am-6pm, Tue Closed, Winter Hours Jan-Mar close at 5pm

MAD Arts, located in great old house build in 1910, is home to over 200 artisans from beautiful Madison County and the surrounding area. We've got handmade! There is something for everyone including jewelry, textiles, pottery, original paintings and prints, greeting cards, gifts for children, fused and blown glass, iron and bronze work, soapstone creations, carved bone and stone, outdoor metalwork, frames, furniture, lamps, needle felted creatures, fairy houses and gnomes. 

We also offer fine art classes, youth art classes, craft classes and paint parties.


Select art supplies available.

We accept all forms of payment.

Groups are welcome and we have an outdoor picnic area in the garden.

Madison County Farmers Market

Sat 8a-12p May-Oct

This gem is one of the best local farmers markets if you are looking for fun family activities .


We have spectacular views, an old-fashioned atmosphere with a safe space for kids to run around, and of course plenty of local produce, baked goods, specialty meats and more!


There is free parking right on site and Special Events the first Saturday of each month.

Madison Gardens

10am-6pm Mon-Fri, 10am-4pm Sat; March-November

Madison Gardens is a family owned business that offers Farm Fresh produce and plants.

In the morning we pick produce from gardens on the farm. We sell it at a little shop along route 29 (2705 S Seminole Trail).

We bring hanging baskets, flower combinations and bedding plants to you from our greenhouses on the farm.

Our friendly staff is looking froward to meeting you!

Marriott Ranch

Apr 1st - Nov 1st 8am-4pm; Fri Sat, & Sun

In 1951, the founder of Marriott International, J. Willard Marriott Sr., discovered a beautiful piece of the Blue Ridge foothills that reminded him of his boyhood days on the family farm in Utah.


After buying the property, he meticulously began to restore the primary historic buildings, their surrounding grounds and continued to purchase contiguous parcels of land including Fiery Run Ranch, creating the 4200+/- acre Marriott Ranch.


The Inn at Fairfield Farm is a historic  Virginia Bed & Breakfast located near the center of the Marriott Ranch's 4,200 acres. Guests staying at the Inn at Fairfield Farm are welcomed with a complimentary tray of delicious cheeses (4 - 6 P.M.) along with an assortment of refreshing beverages. In the morning, a memorable hearty country breakfast is served, generally between 8 - 10 A.M.

The Market at Grelen

Mar-Dec Tue-Sun 10am-4pm

The Market at Grelen opened in April, 2013 as a European-Style Garden Shop and over time the concept has continued to evolve. Almost immediately, couples asked to get married at Grelen so a 4500 sq. ft. clear tent was installed and a full time Venue Manager was hired. In addition, the Casual Cafe concept was born in response to clients who were arriving hungry after traveling quite a distance to enjoy the “Grelen Experience.” 


Then a full time chef joined our team, and a large veggie garden was added to compliment the berries and fruit trees. The menu now includes delicious farm to table fare, as well as a wonderful selection of Virginia beer, cider & wine. 


Finally, given the incredible natural beauty that defines the property and is being enjoyed by so many visitors, a public 3.9 mile trail system (Grelen Trails) was added. 

Family owned and operated farmers market where we grow on 50 acres to provide our customers fresh, local produce at a reasonable price. We offer pre-picked and Pick Your Own strawberries, blackberries, tomatoes, & tons more! We have a kitchen where we offer breakfast, lunch & dinner options plus baked goods.


In our store we offer lots of local items including meats, dairy products, home decor, gifts & more! We make our own frozen custard ice cream which we offer year round and even include our homegrown strawberries and blackberries in our strawberry frozen custard and blackberry frozen custard flavors! From April through November we have lots of events going on, whether it's a field trip, a craft fair, strawberry picking festival or pumpkin picking festival, we've got tons of exciting things happening!

Millers Farm Market

Mar-Dec Sat 9am-5pm, Jan-Feb Thur-Sat 9am-5pm; always closed Sun

We are a a 3rd generation family farm with the 4th generation contributing daily as well. Our farm was started in 1946 as a dairy farm. In Dec of 2003 we sold the dairy cows and made the transition to fresh produce. We offer U-Pick Strawberries, U-pick blueberries, U-Pick Blackberries, U-pick Raspberries, U-Pick Pumpkins, and Choose and Cut Christmas Trees. We offer a 33 week CSA that includes the Spring, Summer, and Fall Seasons or you can buy our CSA 11 weeks at a time. We grow a wide array of vegetables on our farm: Basil, Broccoli, Cabbage, Cantaloupe, Cauliflower, Cilantro, Collards, Sweet Corn, Cucumbers, Eggplant, Fresh Cut Flowers, Gourds, Herbs, Kale, Kohlrabi, Lettuce, Melons, Mesclun Mix, Onions, Pak Choi, Peppers, Pumpkins, Radishes, Spinach, Squash Summer, Squash Winter, Tomtoes, and Watermelon. We also source local Apples, and Peaches from Saunders Brothers in Nelson County. All of produce is Non GMO. Our Market features other local products too: Roseda Beef, Papa Weaver Sausage, Saddle Ridge Eggs and Chicken, and Trickling Springs Creamery Products (milk, cheese, yogurt, and ice cream). The kitchen in the Market on our Farm offers Hand Dipped Ice Cream, Pies, Breads, Soups, Granola Bars, Brownies, Casseroles and More!

We love pets, however... Unless you have a service animal, please leave your pets at home when attending our festivals, experiencing our U-Pick crops and shopping at our Market. Food, children, and strange animals just don’t mix and Food Safety Regulations also prohibit pets on our farm grounds. Thank you for your understanding.

Real ice cream from Real dairy farmers.

Moo Thru is a specialty ice cream store located on Route 29 at the intersection with Route 28. Featuring over 20 flavors of ice cream at any given time of year. Seasonal flavors are also created and offered each season. Dairy milk direct from the farm is available to purchase by half-gallon glass bottles. Our ice cream is available to purchase by the pint and quart in addition to our regular size options. 

We also feature ample seating surrounding the "barn" for you to stay and enjoy the ice cream as well as a drive thru available for quick-and-go service.

Nichols Gallery & Studio

11-5 Thursday through Sunday, or by Appointment

Visit the painting and printmaking studio of internationally exhibited Virginia artist Frederick Nichols. The Annex Gallery displays changing exhibitions of thirty renowned artists from the Mid Atlantic Region. The work is primarily paintings, original prints and sculpture, many based on the landscape of Virginia.

Oak Shade Farm

Thanksgiving to Chirstmas from dawn to dusk; school visits or tours by appointment

We are a family operated farm.


Christmas trees and produce grown without herbicides or pesticides is also sold at local farmers markets. We have many bee hives and sell honey. We also tutor folks in bee keeping. Shiitake mushroom culture and tours. Native plants and walking trails and a historical view of the farms past inhabitants.


Pets allowed on leash. There is no charge.


We are crafts people--"Juried Virginia Craftsmen"--and offer weaving, rug hooking and black smithing tours as requested.


Open Farm Days will be also craft oriented.

At Raindrops in Virginia we wish to bring you the finest handmade and vintage products to make your home a more beautiful place. "We are only limited by our imagination."

We love creating and we are always trying something new!! That's why we decided we wanted to share that talent with others, so we started a small business!

Rapidan River Kayak Company

Spring - Fall

We are located on the Rapidan River just outside the Town of Orange, Virginia, within easy driving distance of Washington DC, Richmond, Fredericksburg, and Charlottesville. We are in the heart of Virginia’s wine country and just a few miles from James Madison’s “Montpelier”

Our kayak tours are perfect for family activities, corporate retreats, and wedding party outings. We offer guided kayak tours for individuals, couples, or groups of up to 10 persons. No prior kayaking experience is required and all equipment is included.

Roy's Orchard & Fruit Market

Spring & Summer 8am-8pm, Winter 8am-7pm, Open year round.

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!

Sun Traces Gallery

Apr - Dec 11am-5pm Sat & Sun, Thanksgiving - Chirstmas Thur & Fri 12pm-4pm

Basketry, clay pottery & sculpture, wood turned, fiber woven & knit, silver jewelry & sculpture, guest artists, concentrated workshops and some demonstrations.


Sun’s Traces Gallery features ceramic work created by Paula Brown-Steedly who also creates stunning one-of-a-kind equine pieces. The gallery also represents more American Craft Artisans.


Sun’s Traces is located in the village of Barboursville, Virginia near the Blue Ridge Mountains and Virginia wine country. The gallery is also near the home of James Madison, “Montpelier” where steeplechase races are held  annually the first weekend in November. Also nearby are the Barboursville Vineyards.


Phone Orders accepted and we will be happy to ship your purchase.

Come to your senses this summer!  See the purple blooms, smell the perfumed flowers, feel the breeze on the hillside field, hear the country quiet and taste the lavender lemonade.  We have something wonderful for all your senses!  Pick your own lavender flowers, a variety of other perennial flowers to add to your bouquet and find a large variety of culinary herbs in our expansive herb beds.  Take the perfect photo in the white gazebo in the heart of the field.  Make sweet memories at Seven Oaks Lavender Farm, located less than an hour west from Washington, D.C.

Sevenoaks Retreat Center

Yearround As Requested

Sevenoaks is a spiritual education and retreat center dedicated to providing a safe, beautiful and tranquil haven for individuals seeking to awaken to a deeper experience of body, mind, heart and spirit. It is a place to connect profoundly with the natural world and with other like-minded people who are committed to authenticity, exploration, transformation and self-revelation.

For over four decades, Sevenoaks has been hosting a year-round schedule of workshops, retreats, meetings and courses, covering all days of the week.

We have become the sacred home for the Mid-Atlantic Pathwork® and for many other spiritual groups who rent and enjoy our seasoned facilities. Sevenoaks staff is made up of professional and spiritually aware individuals who are dedicated to being in service.

Our flexible services and attention to detail provided within a warm and friendly environment can help your sessions and experiences exceed your expectations.

Valley View Farm is a family owned and operated agri-tourism destination and educational farm located in the northern Piedmont of Virginia. For five generations the Strother Family has served as stewards of Valley View with a continued commitment to producing and providing the finest farm to consumer artisan foods and craft beverages.

Warrenton Farmers Market

Apr-Nov Sat 7am-12pm, May-Oct Wed 7am-1pm

Celebrating 41 Seasons of Local Food!

It’s that time of year again, when Saturdays and Wednesdays mean GREAT FOOD at THE WARRENTON FARMERS MARKET! Featuring all-locally grown and produced fruits, vegetables, poultry, pork, beef, eggs, pies, breads, and too-many-more-to-name are back at the Warrenton Farmers Market! 

Opening Day:
Saturday, April 16 8AM - 12PM 
Located at the Corner of 5th and Lee Streets in Old Town Warrenton, Right behind Great Harvest Bread Company

Wednesday Market Opening Day: 
May 6 - 7AM to 1PM at the outside the entrance to the Fauquier Hospital Bistro - 500 Hospital Drive. 

Come on out and support local farms and producers at the Warrenton Farmers Market!

Yoder's Country Market

Mon-Fri 730am-6pm, Sat 730am-5pm

Yoder's Country Market specializes in bulk food. In order to provide you with the best quality at the best price, we buy our products in large quantities from over 100 different suppliers.


Most of our items come in 50lb bags or 25lb boxes. We then repackage the goods into clear plastic bags of various sizes to meet the needs of our customers. Of course, you can still buy in bulk for an even greater savings!


Another feature that sets us apart is our homemade baked goods. Mennonite bakers supply us with a variety of breads, pies, cakes, and cookies all made from scratch and without preservatives. It just doesn't get much better than that!

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