Pi … Start Picking!
Order Pies & Donuts Online!
Get ready for your Thanksgiving Celebration!
Family Fun on the Farm
The Farm Play Area is OPEN 10-5 thru Nov 30! Please mind your social distance!
What’s a Henway? Corn Maze
2020 Corn Maze is all about Apples & Henways
Winter Wine-derland @Bluemont Vineyard
Reserve your Seat to see the Lighting of the Vines!
Henway Hard Cider
Savor hard cider & lunch pond side! Open Daily 12pm-5pm
GCF Harvest Box CSA Produce Membership
What makes Community Supported Agriculture Right for You?
You and your family enjoy the pick of the season’s best-tasting, most nutritious produce, grown just a few miles from your home. With Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) at Great Country Farms, you can customize your weekly share and choose where to pick it up — at the farm, at a group site, or at your front door. Our program includes more fruit than any other local CSA, and weekly u-pick items valued over $200/season. With farm experiences and craft beverage discounts, our CSA offers great food and good times for your family to savor all season. We use sustainable growing practices to ensure that we can keep growing the best-possible crops well into the future. Join us as stewards of the land, keeping family-scale farming alive and well in our community.
UPDATE 4.15.20: Our Harvest Box CSA Subscriptions are SOLD OUT at the moment. We are evaluating our options to plant and grow more veggies to add shares. Let us know if you would be interested in buying a share by joining our wait list. There is no obligation but you will help us gauge demand as we evaluate our ability to expand our farming efforts this season.
Fresh-picked and hand-packed produce – starting at $29.95 a week.
You’ll receive 20 weekly shares running from June to October. Every item is grown using sustainable growing methods.
"Best CSA value around! In addition to your weekly CSA box, you get free weekly u-pick options and free admission to all the farm festivals and events."
~ Jessica D., Ashburn, VA
You can’t find this kind of fun anywhere else.
At Great Country Farms, you’ll find much more than pick your own fields and the Farmer Market. Whether you’re young, old, or just not tellin’, there’s something here for the kid in all of us.
- Ride the Cow Train.
- Solve the giant Mazes.
- Grab some air on the Pumpkin Jumping Pillow.
- Make friends with the goats.
- Hook the big one at the Fishing Pond.
- Much, much more!
WARNING: Great Country Farms is known to create farm lovin' kids who take pride in eating veggies they have picked. They may refuse to be couch potatoes and video game addicts. Common side effects include bouts of jumping pillow giggles, a desire to dig in the dirt or stomp in a puddle, unexplained rosy cheeks and spontaneous fits of laughter. Great Country Farms is not responsible for overly happy families enjoying farm fresh meals together. Join at your own risk!
"My kids have more fun at this farm, running around going down the slides, jumping on the pumpkin pillow, playing putt putt, picking fruit and just BEING KIDS. "
~ Beth F., Round Hill, VA
Pick your Own & Farm Market
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Sign up for FREE pick your own Alerts to be the first to know when peaches and honey-crisp apples are ripe and ready to pick.
Connect with us @GreatCountryFarms on Instagram & Facebook for the most up to date picking conditions and for updates on field conditions throughout the day.
The Farm Market is now offering Curbside Pick up!
Visit our online store to pre-order meats, cheeses, eggs, donuts, honey, bread and more! Pick up is available daily from 10am-5pm.
Barn Talk Farm Blog
Ruminations for our Farm Community
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