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Westmoreland Berry Farm Oak Grove

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Westmoreland Berry Farm
1235 Berry Farm Lane
Oak Grove
VA
22443
Tel: 804 224 9171

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There is something special about those charming American farm experiences, and at Westmoreland Berry Farm you can have just that!

This family friendly farm in Virginia is so much more than a farm! You can pick your own fruit, but also participate in a number of family-oriented farm activities! 

Located on the banks of the Rappahannock River, Westmoreland Berry Farm is still a working farm, so you can see everyone in action as they go about growing, preparing and harvesting all those berries that you love to eat!

But of course, we know you want to hear about the family fun!

It's a farm, so we really should start with the animals! Have you ever seen skywalking goats? No? Well..get ready to! They can come and say hi across their long wooden bridge, as they make their way to the pulley feeder system which is super fun for those kids to operate.

Have you ever seen a pygmy goat? They are there too and they are SUPER cute! On some weekends, the farm put on their cow train, so if you're interested just call ahead to time to see if it's running.

What would a farm be without a hay ride! Jump on the back of those hay trailers and get towed along by the tractor. Yee haw it's a fun ride for y'all!

Kids love to play, so it's only fitting that Westmoreland Berry Farm put in a kids play area! They can slide, swing and climb their way through this fun section of the far.

If you've worked up an appetite, there are picnic areas where you can take in the surroundings, or relax in their rocking chairs as you enjoy your tasty family lunch that you've bought from the cafe

If you want to explore nature, there are nature trails through the preserve next to the farm with up to 93 different species of wildlife to try and spot!

We told you that Westmoreland Berry Farm was so much more than a farm!

Yee haw let's go!

 

 

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How much does it cost?

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  • ChildrenFree
LAST UPDATED 2015

When can we go?

10am - 5pm weekdays. 6pm close weekends.

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Teachers corner

You can book a farm tour for your students! It's always a fun experience for them, but book in advance as tours are very high demand!.

I'm Hungry!

There is a cafe which sells tasty and local foods that you can have for lunch and enjoy as a picnic! No outside food or drink available. .

Any Top Tips?

Bring those hats in summer!.

Need a little extra help?

There is wheelchair access to the country store and the picking area.

Baby Facilities

You can request high chars if you need them.

Can I get one of those?

They have a Country Store where you can pick up some nice country produce and items! .

More information

There is parking available .

What people are saying?

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    I live close by ( within 8 miles), my last two visits recently was disappointing. On my first visit, due to being shorthanded and 3 buses of school children, no strawberries made up for sundaes. Yesterday ( Sunday) upon my arrival after 4pm. I found the kitchen closed so crew could clean.I was told you could still order ice cream from the regular cashier but no food.

    The sundae was excellent.

    Why close the kitchen an hour before you close? I suggest you schedule your help to work an hour after closing instead of closing the kitchen an hour...Read More

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    My family and I love this place, we go every year to pick their strawberries, and have made some great memories. As a matter of fact it is because of the berry farm that I started making my own preserves and jams, the family love them. There is nothing like making your own from fresh fruit, the taste can't be beat.

    My only disappointment was last years crop, they didn't have enough strawberries, we're hoping that is not the case this year. We're Looking forward to the berries this year.

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    Not happy--Our oldest is 36 which tells you how many years we have been going there. On a recent visit on a Thursday with his 2-yr. old, there was no food in the 25 cent machines, The goat feeder with the can and rope was non-existent. All the signs as well as the web site said open, open. We were denied access to the fields because they had school groups. When I asked, they said they had two groups and one coming, yet the signs all said open. It was one 2-yr old. when I asked to speak to the manager, she just kept saying sorry , sorry. when...Read More

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    This place is awesome!!! A gem for sure

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    Westmoreland Farm needs to notify patrons via their website that pick your own fruit is currently not happening. My family checked their site with no indication that picking berries and peaches was not happening, so we proceeded to drive 50 miles to the farm to be told by a sign outside their store. Would have appreciated the courtesy of a heads up on the site! Thank you.

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by Kerry McClure

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I live close by ( within 8 miles), my last two visits recently was disappointing. On my first visit, due to being shorthanded and 3 buses of school children, no strawberries made up for sundaes. Yesterday ( Sunday) upon my arrival after 4pm. I found the kitchen closed so crew could clean.I was told you could still order ice cream from the regular cashier but no food.

The sundae was excellent.

Why close the kitchen an hour before you close? I suggest you schedule your help to work an hour after closing instead of closing the kitchen an hour before so the crew can clean.

Bad management decision.

I will not return to your business this year, maybe next to see if it has improved,this includes 3 of my friends too.

I suggest you look at extending your hours past 5 pm. Once a family drives to your farm to find it closed or not serving, I bet they will not return either.

Why can you only ride the tractor to the fields instead of walking as in the past?

by Veronica Canning

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Not happy--Our oldest is 36 which tells you how many years we have been going there. On a recent visit on a Thursday with his 2-yr. old, there was no food in the 25 cent machines, The goat feeder with the can and rope was non-existent. All the signs as well as the web site said open, open. We were denied access to the fields because they had school groups. When I asked, they said they had two groups and one coming, yet the signs all said open. It was one 2-yr old. when I asked to speak to the manager, she just kept saying sorry , sorry. when we tried to get lunch, there wasn't any until 1pm. Who eats corn dogs after 1 pm. My son drove 500 miles up here from Charleston to give his son the experience he had and they couldn't fit in one 2-yr old.

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