Christmas Tree sales start Nov. 29.

Make plans to cut your own Christmas Tree at Snead’s Farm starting Nov. 29 (Black Friday)!

After Black Friday, we will be open Saturdays and Sundays only through Dec. 22.

Christmas tree pricing

This year, we have blue spruce Christmas trees, with strong branches ideal for heavier ornaments. They are $95 apiece, which includes baling, the use of a saw to cut them and string to tie them to your car.

Find full details on Christmas tree season here.

Claim your Christmas tree at our Fall Festival Bonus Weekend!

The fun doesn’t have to stop after Halloween!

We will be open Nov. 1-3 for a bonus weekend of our Fall Festival. This is also a chance to get an early start on the hunt for the perfect family Christmas tree. You can claim your tree in our fields with no money down and no obligation. We will also have the trails, mountain slides, swings and all of the other things you’ve come to enjoy on Snead’s Farm.

We will be open Nov. 1 through 3 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission on these days is $5 per person. We will have hayrides through the Christmas tree field, hot waffles and other goodies from Pälzer Mädel , and other delicious food including pretzels, caramel apples, apple turnovers and hot apple cider. Please, no outside food.

Pick-your-own pumpkins will be on sale during the bonus weekend for $5 apiece! We have a new field of sunflowers coming into bloom, and they will stay blooming as long as we have no frost. These make a great photo backdrop, and you can pick your own for $1 a stem.

From Nov. 4 through Nov. 28, the farm will be closed to everyone except professional photographers (see policy here). We will open Black Friday (Nov. 29) for Christmas Tree sales. After Black Friday, we will be open Saturdays and Sundays only through Dec. 22.

Christmas tree pricing

This year, we have blue spruce Christmas trees, with strong branches ideal for heavier ornaments. They are $95 apiece, which includes baling, the use of a saw to cut them and string to tie them to your car.

This is also a great time for Christmas card photos. Professional photographers can find our photo policy here.

Pumpkins are 1…2…FREE!

With 10 days to go until Halloween, we are putting our pick-your-own and pre-picked pumpkins on sale. Buy 2, get one FREE!

This sale applies to our very large pick-your-own pumpkins, which go for $7 apiece, as well as our pre-picked medium jack-o-lantern pumpkins, which go for $5 apiece. This is one of the best deals around on pumpkins!

Please keep in mind that farm admission is $8 per person on weekends, $5 per person on weekdays. We accept cash and all major credit cards.

For all the details on our fall festival, click here.

CSA fall pickup is Wednesday!

No matter where you picked up your summer box, every CSA member picks up the BIG fall box at Snead’s Farm on Wednesday, Oct. 2, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. We recommend that you bring an extra box or container for the winter squash in this year’s fall box. Also, CSA members do not pay farm admission on pickup day, so bring any kids who aren’t in school, or family members who would enjoy a visit to our farm. You can read here about the activities we have during our Fall Festival on weekdays.

Snead’s Farm 2020 CSA

Wednesday is also the last day to join the 2020 CSA at a 10 percent discount. Get all the details here

Find the SMALL SHARE box list here.

Find the FULL SHARE box list here.

Fall Festival starts Saturday!

Get ready to come play at Snead’s Farm as we open our Fall Festival on Saturday, Sept. 28! Pumpkins, sunflowers, hayrides, mountain slides, great food and more await you on our family farm near Fredericksburg, VA.

Find all of the information here.

On weekends, we will have The Well at Snead’s Farm farm-to-table restaurant open. You can find their 2019 menu here. They’ll also be serving three different beers from Spencer Devon Brewing that are made with ingredients grown here on the farm! Please, no outside food on weekends.

And mark your calendars for Columbus Day – our Military Appreciation Day, when active and retired members of the U.S. Armed Forces and their families get in for half price!

Fall Festival soft opening this weekend!

It’s going to be a beautiful weekend, and this is the last weekend before our Fall Festival opens! This is the time to get in to our farm and pumpkin and sunflower patch near Fredericksburg, VA, for $5 per person (children 2 and younger are free) and enjoy many of our farm attractions!

You are welcome to bring your own food or picnics to the farm this weekend only, since we will not have food vendors until Sept. 28. You can also enjoy all of our pumpkin, sunflower and play areas, including the mazes, creekside play, mountain slides, horse barn, hay barn, Modest Museum, sand piles and more. We have rabbits, goats (including babies!), horses, llamas and calves.

With farm admission, you can also peruse our pick-your-own pumpkin and sunflower fields. We have very large pumpkins available for $7 apiece, and JUMBO pumpkins of various sizes available for $20 and up. (Pumpkins are not included in admission.)

Our farm stand will close for the season on Sept. 27, so this is the last weekend to come buy raspberries, tomatoes, sweet potatoes, sweet corn, gala apples and eggs. At the stand (no admission required) we also have pie pumpkins available for $3 to $5 apiece.

When the full festival opens on Sept. 28, weekend admission will be $8 per person. In addition to current amenities, we will have hayrides every hour (included in admission) and a variety of food vendors. Get all the information on the festival here.

**And don’t forget: You can still get our CSA membership for 2020 at a 10 percent discount between now and Oct. 2. Click here for details.

We take cash and all major credit cards. We are open daily, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dogs on leash are welcome!

Are you planning a group outing or a field trip? Click here for our event reservation form.

It’s pumpkin time!

JUMBO pumpkins are ready to pick in our Tarzan Patch. These gourds weigh in at 200 pounds and up, so you’ll want to bring some friends to help you bring them home! We are selling these four $40 apiece. Right behind the Tarzan Patch is a field of sunflowers. Pick-your-own for $1 per stem. We are open for produce shopping and play ($5 admission) daily 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

UPDATE: Our medium-sized pick-your-own pumpkins are now in. Get them for $7 apiece! We’re also picking another field of our sugar ‘n’ spice sweet corn. Find it on sale at the stand for 25 cents an ear!

Fall Festival Starts Sept. 28

It’s almost time for Fall Festival! This year’s festival will run Sept. 28-Oct. 31. Admission is $5 per person on weekdays; $8 per person on weekends and Columbus Day. Get all of the hours, details on what’s available when and information on our Columbus Day Military Appreciation Special on our Fall Festival Page.

Fall Festival Information