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Westmoreland Berry Farm & Market
Ranked #2 of 2 things to do in Oak Grove
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Owner description: NOW OPEN FOR 2013 SEASON. We are a family-run fruit farm, in Virginia’s Northern Neck, along the banks of the Rappahannock River. More than just a farm, we’re also adjacent to a nature preserve, and for nearly 30 years we’ve welcomed guests ranging from carloads of families to busloads of school groups, who come to relax and enjoy a great day out in our patch of unspoiled Virginia wilderness.On the farm there are many family-oriented activities such as our pick-your-own berry fields, our overhead goat walk and the young animal petting zoo. In our Country Store and Cafe we offer a broad range of items including our own homemade goods, and in addition to supplying regional restaurants with our berries and produce, we participate in farmers markets within the region.
Reviewed October 19, 2013 via mobile

Went there to pick a pumpkin but got a whole lot more. Goats that walk in the air, making scare crows. Petting goats and feeding them was great. Very family oriented.

Thank wmillion34
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Reviewed October 14, 2013

Incredibly helpful staff and fruit vines (blackberry, raspberry, blueberry) bursting with fresh, juicy fruit. Or if you're lazy, just purchase what they've already picked at the peak of it's freshness. And the kids will adore feeding the goats, luring them up to the overhead bridge for corn and petting the friendly goats in the petting area.

Thank Burnleyfarm
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Reviewed September 20, 2013

Fun, cheap, and nice. Spent about an hour picking blackberries. I'll never purchase blackberries from the grocery store again! They were plump, sweet, and delicious. The staff was very helpful and friendly as this was our first visit. We will return.

Thank Natasha G
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Reviewed July 26, 2013

Fresh berries, ice cream, scenic views, and goats up high. Yes, that's right - goats. Right outside the shop, the family has set up a walkway that probably goes up as high as 30 feet in the air. When the goats hear the sound of people pulling a cup with food in it to the highest point - a landing - at the of the walkway, the goats walk up there and have a snack. Children and adults enjoy watching the goats. The berries are delicious and fresh, but as others have mentioned a bit pricey. They have a small cafe serving lunch (sandwiches, corn dogs, chips, and soda or pop) from about 11 - 2. They also serve very good ice cream either at the cafe when it is open or in the shop at other items. I suggest getting an ice cream with fresh berries - it is a berry farm after all.

Thank Ray P
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Reviewed July 25, 2013

This is our second time here and we found it to be a fun place to pick your own berries. We actually did not pick our own this time around but have done so before. We got a fresh baked pie and some blackberries. The pie was excellent and the berries were to die for. My wife says they were as large as quarters and I say some of them were larger. I made a blackberry sauce that we put over vanilla ice cream. Yum! There is no fresher berry than the ones you just picked. They beat any farmers market berries. Oh, Don't forger to feed the goats.

Thank neal4212
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