Experience The Farm Archives - Shenandoah Valley
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Audley Farm

For over 250 years, Audley Farm has been a part of American History. Audley was founded in 1749 when Lord Fairfax granted a 3,000 acre estate to Colonel George William Fairfax. In 1764, George Washington’s cousin, Warner Washington, bought half…
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Knapp’s Bees

Experience raw, unfiltered honey pollinated with wildflowers from the Shenandoah Valley. Our bees work hard to produce this honey, so savor every drop.
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Lost Bottoms Sunflowers

Twenty acre farm located along the Shenandoah River. To the East of the Farm you can view Edinburg Gap while to the South you can see down the Valley to Rockingham Co. Lost Bottoms was named from the 10 plus…
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Star B Stables

We provide the opportunity for you to “escape” into the countryside for an hour while you enjoy a guided horse trail ride. You do not need any experience with horses to enjoy our trail rides. Our experienced guides provide any…
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Penmerryl Farm

"Whether you are looking for a fun and friendly venue for a reunion or event, a quiet weekend getaway, a stop over or home base for a travelling group of motorcyclists, or a convenient place to overnight both yourself and…
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Allegheny Mountain Institute – Allegheny Farm Campus

Allegheny Mountain Institute is a 501(c)3 educational non-profit, whose mission is to cultivate healthy communities through food and education. AMI’s Allegheny Farm is a working educational farm located at the top of a triple watershed divide at 4200’ in Highland…
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The Farm at Court Manor

A 37 acre corn maze, pumpkins, sunflowers, animals, and children’s activities, The Farm at Court Manor is a fall weekend destination with fun for all ages. Basic admission: $8/person w/ optional $2 playzone add-on. Children under 2 are free.
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Lost Bottoms Sunflowers

Twenty acre farm located along the Shenandoah River. To the East of the Farm you can view Edinburg Gap while to the South you can see down the Valley to Rockingham Co. Lost Bottoms was named from the 10 plus…
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