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Westmoreland Berry Farm & Market

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Westmoreland Berry Farm & Market

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1235 Berry Farm Ln, Oak Grove, VA 22443-5622
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Jeannine R wrote a review Oct 2019
36 contributions23 helpful votes
This is the best pick your fruit farm in the Rappahanock area. It is a beautiful berry farm for all kinds of berries and the kids get to hand feed the very smart goats. Get their ice cream cones and buy from their home made preserves if you don’t want to make your own from the ones you just picked. I go when they don’t have festivals to not be around crowds. Just a jump from the winery too!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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wbshev wrote a review Jul 2018
Palm Bay, Florida10 contributions3 helpful votes
We picked the most amazing blackberrys here last week. Some were as big as my thumb and delicious! Friendly staff and very smart goats! Great time here, don’t miss it
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Travel Girl wrote a review Jul 2018
Yorktown, Virginia91 contributions52 helpful votes
Westmoreland Berry Farm is a fun place to take the family to pick wonderful blackberries (and other berries at different times of the year). The vines are bursting with large, sweet berries. I like how you can drive you car through the farm to get to the picking area if you want to. This is a great help to people that may have mobility issues. Everyone at the farm was very nice and helpful. There is a small market to purchase jams, pies and such as well as a great snack area. The vanilla ice cream sundae with blackberry sauce is heavenly! The only downside to the farm is that each time you visit you have to have a new picking bucket instead of reusing one from previous years - you would think they would want you to recycle. Families with small kids would love this farm. There is a play area as well as live animals - mostly goats.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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disappointed1236 wrote a review Jun 2018
Columbia, Maryland46 contributions19 helpful votes
On my first visit, a surprise in all. Medium-sized, convenient farm, not crowded and very pleasant people working the concessions. A good array of locally sourced food stuffs are available for purchase: Stratford Hall honey (a little surprised a working farm would not have bee hives of their own); Virginia peanuts; and assorted relishes, jams, jellies from the farm. After picking blueberries and black berries with a scenic overlook of the beautiful Rappahanock River, we quenched our thirst with fresh fruit-infused teas at the snack bar. A great place for families to enjoy a day at the farm and to pet the cheerful goats. Can’t wait to return for peach season.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Jeff W wrote a review Oct 2017
Long Grove, Illinois204 contributions26 helpful votes
The Westmoreland Berry Farm was a true pleasure to visit. Great for families with lots of activities and the market has great fruit, jellies and more. It is worth the trip
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Date of experience: October 2017
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