Agri-Tourism Activities - Visit Shenandoah County
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Get a hands on taste of agriculture in the Shenandoah Valley. Pick your own berries, pet live animals,

tour local farms, savor local wines and experience the best of Shenandoah County.

Alpine Tree Farm

Christmas trees and seasonal greenery. Choose and cut Christmas tree farm open the Friday after Thanksgiving through Christmas Eve from daylight to dark.  White pine, scotch pine, Norway spruce and Colorado blue spruce trees available.


6486 Smith Creek Road, New Market, VA 22844  |  540-325-6608

Blue Ridge Berry Farm

 Pick your own blueberries. Open seasonally in late June-early July.


480 Harrisville Rd., Toms Brook, VA 22660  |  540-436-9194

24,000 strawberry plants on two acres located behind the campus of Shenandoah Valley Academy in New Market. We have 2,000 of the sweet charlie variety and 22,000 chandler variety. Our berries are $2.00 per lb. u-pick and $4.50 per quart pre-picked. We will be open Sunday through Friday 7:00 a.m. until picked out. Closed Saturdays.


100 Bindery Rd., New Market, VA 22844  |  540-975-0791

Deauville Farm

Friday-Monday 10am-4pm Former deer farm–now selling naturally grown pick-your-own vegetables and gather-your-own eggs!


7648 Crooked Run Rd., Basye, VA 22660  |  540-856-2130

J & L Green Farm offers a variety of farm tours. Their free tour is an intensive 2 hour hay wagon ride. Perfect for families. Their “Watch it grow and eat is slow” tour is a 2 hour tour where you learn how food is grown and then you eat it; a true farm-to-fork experience. There is a fee for this tour. More intensive farm tours are available for special groups. For a complete schedule of farm tour dates and pricing for those tours that have a fee, please visit


4010 Swover Creek Rd., Edinburg, VA 22824  |  540-333-1468

Each year you will be a-“maized” with the maze designs in the cornfields! You will choose the way as you discover games and clues. Maize-o-Vision secret decoders help you navigate the puzzle. Maize Quest is a great event for scouts, schools, youth groups and corporate parties. Bring your family for a weekend to remember. Learn and have fun at Maize Quest! Other Attractions include Soybean maze, Pedal go-karts, Rope maze, the family favorite 60 ft barn slide, hayrides, and more.


600 Wissler Rd., Quicksburg, Va 22847  |  540-477-4200

Massanutten Antique Tractor and Steam Engine Club, Inc.

The Massanutten Antique Tractor and Steam Engine Club preserves antique tractors, gasoline engines, farm implements, and equipment.

Mountain View Farm

Cut your own Christmas trees.  Also selling seasonal greenery


  2155 Rittenour Rd, Edinburg, VA |  540-459-5584 | website

This 27-acre farm features roughly 30 llamas just waiting for you to pay them a visit.  Feed, pet, and even get llama kisses from these adorable and friendly mammals with so much personality.  Please call ahead to arrange your visit.  Fiber products and classes also available.


754 Harrisville Rd., Toms Brook, Va 22660  |  540-436-3517

Pumpkin Patch at Mt. Airy Farm

Sunday-Friday 10am-6pm, Saturday 9am-6pm Mt. Airy Farm is a family-friendly place where you can pick your own pumpkin, with a selection of gourds, Indian corn, mums and kid’s play land- FUN FOR ALL! Open September-October


863 Mt. Airy Ln., Mt. Jackson, VA 22842  |  540-481-0242

Route 11 Potato Chips is one of America’s premiere specialty chip producers. Come and try the best chips on the planet! Route 11 Potato Chips is open to the public Monday-Saturdays 9 am – 5 pm. Watch us cook! There is no walk through tours of the facility, but there is an amazing fry-viewing experience. Route 11 Chips hates disappointing folks, so if you’re coming specifically to fry-view, call ahead and make sure they are in production. 800-294-SPUD


11 Edwards Way, Mount Jackson, VA 22842  |  540-477-9664

27 wineries, breweries, cideries and distilleries in the Northern Shenandoah Valley. Stretching from Winchester to Harrisonburg, we invite you to explore the ultimate path to beverage enlightenment…one sip at a time. #SipShenandoah



Smith Creek Heritage Farm

Exhibits of farm related collectibles and equipment dating back centuries.  Owners Tommy and Georgie Wright share their knowledge and love of antique agricultural machinery with visitors.  Located near Shenandoah Caverns. Free to the public.  Please call ahead to make an appointment.


179 Grace Lane, New Market, VA 22844  |  931-607-6321

This Virginia Century Farm has morphed from a cattle farm to a farm brewery, pick your own berry farm, retail store and commercial kitchen specializing in jams, smoked sausages and wood-fired pizzas. All food items can be enjoyed at the brewery or purchased to go.  The brewery typically offers 6-8 small batch, craft beers on tap, including some featuring the farm’s own hops and berries. Swover Creek also offers an outdoor beer garden, fences in dog park and is very kid-friendly. Open year round, but hours change seasonally, so check the website or Facebook page in advance for current hours.


4176 Swover Creek Road, Edinburg, VA 22824  |  540-984-8973