Farm Tours

You don’t have to get your hands dirty, but you certainly can! Our farmers are welcoming and encourage you to visit the farm to see how the crops and animals are raised.

A Better Way Farm and Goat Dairy LLC

839 Eastside Highway, Waynesboro
Public “All About the Goats” Tours are offered monthly, or schedule a private tour.

Visit the A Better Way Farm and Goat Dairy LLC Website

Cool Breeze Farm

297 Salem Church Road, Mt. Sidney
Open for self-guided tours Monday through Saturday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Visit the Cool Breeze Farm Website

Long Roots Farm LLC

254 Campbells Hollow Road, Middlebrook
On-site farm store is open Wednesdays 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Visit the Long Roots Farm LLC Website

Middle River Farms

1744 Weyers Cave Road, Grottoes
Seasonal pumpkin patch opening in September, Sunday through Saturday from sun-up to sundown

Visit the Middle River Farms Website

Pebble Hall Wildflowers & Herbs

11 Pebble Hall Lane, Weyers Cave
Pick-your-own wildflowers and herbs daily May through October during daylight hours.

Visit the Pebble Hall Wildflowers & Herbs Website

Polyface Farms

43 Pure Meadows Lane, Swoope
Pasture-based, beyond organic livestock farm. Open for self-guided tours Monday through Saturday during daylight hours. Public “Lunatic” Tours are offered several times each month from April through October, but reservations are required.

Visit the Polyface Farms Website

Project GROWS

862 Berry Farm Road, Verona
This community farm is open for volunteers to work the fields Thursdays from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. mid-May through September.

Visit the Project GROWS Website

Stable Craft Brewing at Hermitage Hill

375 Madrid Road, Waynesboro
A working farm brewery with a variety of hopsgrown on the farm for use in the creation of Stable Craft beer. Open Wednesday through Sunday.

Visit the Stable Craft Brewing at Hermitage Hill Website

This is a small sampling of the over 40 Augusta County farms open for touring. Check out Fields of Gold for further listings.