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Westmoreland Berry Farm

1235 Berry Farm Lane

 Steeped in History:

Westmoreland Berry Farm was launched in 1983 in its modern form.

The history of the property and the land it sits on goes back a long, long way before the 20th Century.

From Paleo Indians to Independence:

It is fascinating to delve deeper into what has taken place over the centuries on or near the land that is now Westmoreland Berry Farm.

From the Paleo Indians to the arrival of the English colonists in 1607; from John Smith’s visit to the area in 1608, and the legend of Pocahontas, to the Civil War and independence - both of which played such a enormous role in Virginia’s history - the landscape and surrounding areas are steeped in fascinating history.

Northern Neck's Rich Tapestry:

At Westmoreland Berry Farm, we are proud to be a part of the important historical, cultural and natural tapestry that is Virginia’s Northern Neck.


M. R. Newton

Sunday, Jan. 14, 2018
You want fresh berries? Come here. Now, I don’t particularly live near this place, but way many years ago when I was a wee lad, I went here. Twice in fact. Once to pick pumpkins, another time to pick strawberries. They have the ripest strawberries here! So, about 2 or 3 years later, I went on my own to pick strawberries. Once again, they were ripe! I might come back during blackberry or raspberry harvest, if they’re gonna be ripe that is! Judging by the strawberries, I think these’ll be ripe too!

Michelle Morris

Saturday, Sep. 9, 2017
Great family outing idea. They serve ice cream, pretzels, hamburgers, hot dogs snd chips. They also have a store where you can buy jellies and fresh produce. When in season, you can also pick fresh blackberries, sunflowers and pumpkins.

Kristin Haun

Friday, May 5, 2017
Can not wait to come back! This was our first u-pick and it was so much fun. The property is beautiful and I love all the homemade goods they offer in the little store. A good time is guaranteed😊

Carmelita Scholes

Thursday, July 27, 2017
Beautiful farm! We enjoyed picking our own Blackberries to share at home with family and friends.

Sara Young

Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017
There aren't many fun affordable places anymore, but we love coming here for strawberries, pumpkins, the food is kind of expensive but we just eat before we go. The kids always have a blast, there's a playground, swings, goats, games..

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