Frequently Asked Questions

Please use the questions below to answers some of our most frequently asked questions. Not finding an answer to your question? Please call us at (540) 751-1782 or contact us. We look forward to seeing you at our Loudoun County farms!

Strawberry season in Loudoun County usually begins sometime in May and lasts somewhere between four and six weeks. The weather determines when we start picking and for how long. A cold spring pushes the field opening day back, as the plants are slower to form blossoms and ultimately berries. An extremely hot spring (with days over 90 degrees) will shorten the season, as the plants shut down when exposed to several 90 degree days in a row. 

Reservations are required for pick-your-own strawberries. The $26 reservation fee is for your entire family and includes the first buckets of strawberries that you pick. Each person does not need their own reservation.

Generally, we open our fields the last weekend of September and stay open through the weekend before Halloween. We keep our homepage updated with specific dates each season.

There is no fee to come to our farm. You simply pay for what you pick. During pumpkin season, hayrides and corn maze activities each have a fee if you choose to enjoy them.

We accept cash, checks and credit cards (Visa and Master Card).

Inclement weather can force us to close at any time. We will make every effort to inform you of these closings on our homepage at as well as our facebook page:

There are portable restrooms on site, along with hand sanitizing stations.

We love dogs, but ask that you leave your favorite friend home. Dogs are not allowed to enter our fields for health reasons, although they can stay outside the fenced field areas if on a leash with you.

You will be walking on unpaved farmland and we do not have specific handicapped access. While wheel chairs, strollers and wagons can be brought on the premises, we urge you to use caution when considering whether to take them inside the fields. Like any farm, the paths can be bumpy.