Where to Find Corn Mazes, Hayrides, Pick-Your-Own Pumpkins and More Near Quantico

October 1, 2015

Want to get in the harvest spirit, Quantico? Whether you're seeking a family-friendly autumnal outing of pumpkin picking, or you're seeking scary-spooky fun of a haunted hayride, these six local farms are worth a visit!

Belvedere Plantation: This 645-acre historic working farm offers many attractions as part of its annual Fall Harvest Festival: a corn maze, pumpkin patch, hayrides, barnyard animals, pony rides, pig races, and much more.
1410 Belvedere Drive, Fredericksburg, VA 22408; (540) 373-4478

Clark's Farm: Open daily between Sept. 19 and Nov 1., Clark's Farm's Fall Festival promises family-friendly activities such as face and pumpkin painting, barnyard animals, pumpkin bowling, and weekend pony rides. Note that there's an admission fee here.
721 Courthouse Road, (Rte. 630), Stafford, VA 22554; (540) 659-2172

Great Country Farms: A 200-acre working farm just outside Bluemont, the family-owned Great Country Farms draws a crowd with pick-your-own apples and pumpkins, corn mazes, a Cow Pie Putt Putt Course, and wagon rides.
18780 Foggy Bottom Road, Bluemont, VA 20135; (540) 554-2073

Braehead Farm: Established in 1937, Braehead Farm is open daily to delight visitors with pick-your-own pumpkins and photo ops with “The Great Pumpkin” (weekends during the month of October).
1130 Tyler St, Fredericksburg, VA 22401; (540) 899-9848

Sneads Asparagus Farm: There's more than just asparagus at this family-owned farm in Fredericksburg. From Sept. 25 through Nov. 1, the farm is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily to host its annual Fall Festival. Stop by the farm to feed the chickens, pick (and decorate) your own pumpkin, enjoy a hayride, and traverse the 4-acre sunflower maze. Admission is $5 for visitors 3 and up.

Cox Farms: By day, Cox Farms is a family-friendly spot to enjoy farm animals and hayrides, but by night, the farm takes on a new, spooky persona as Fields of Fear. Every Friday and Saturday night in October, Cox Farms devotes 20 acres to "haunted" attractions, like a scary corn maze and a hayride through a zombie zoo.

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