Insider’s Guide to the 26th Annual Culpeper Harvest Days Farm Tour

August 24, 2023 Things to Do

Insider’s Guide to the 26th Annual Culpeper Harvest Days Farm Tour Image

Fun for all ages, this tour will showcase both traditional and unique farms in the beautiful Blue Ridge foothills that make up Culpeper County. The event provides a wonderful educational experience and includes an array of hands-on activities and demonstrations. The 15 carefully selected farms and ag-related businesses on the tour reflect Culpeper’s agricultural heritage and the millions of dollars in production, wages and salaries generated by the agricultural industry in our county and state.

What is there to do at the Culpeper Farm Tour?

The tour, which is a self-guided driving experience, can be started at any of the participating farms. In addition to online and through the Farm Tour app, brochures will be available at all participating farms. Stop by the Welcome Center for free face-painting Saturday and Sunday. There will be yard games, activities, and goodies for the kids to check out. Pick up a passport at the start of your tour, which can be stamped at each farm and enter our Farm Tour giveaway.

Insider Tips:

  • Download the Culpeper Harvest Days Farm Tour App to access the detailed listing of all events scheduled.
  • Follow the Culpeper Farm Tour Facebook Page to get updates leading up to the farm tour weekend.
  • Find the LOVE at Bees & Trees Farm for a great photo opportunity. Use #LOVEVA and tag @VirginiaIsForLovers #VisitCulpeperVA
  • Check in at the Welcome Center located at the Culpeper Ag. Enterprises LLC. (10220 James Monroe Hwy, Culpeper, VA 22701) to get more info, and buy your limited edition 2023 Farm Tour t-shirts and hats, while supplies last. You will also find FREE face painting by Sandy’s Face Painting, local vendors and more! 
  • The Farm Tour will take place rain or shine. Please be advised, some activities and individual farms may be closed as a result of inclement weather.

Places to Stay

Choose from unique farm stays to traditional hotels for your farm tour weekend away.

Places to Eat & Drink

 If you are looking for a few additional spots to consider for breakfast, lunch or dinner head to the historic downtown district to explore the independently owned eateries and breweries.

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