The list below will give you a rough idea of what happens at the farm at various times of the year. Our year begins in April with the arrival of the asparagus crop, and runs through Christmas tree season in December.
To see a list of all dates that The Well at Snead’s Farm will be open for the rest of 2017, click here.
Our CSA is probably the most popular farm program we have ever run, and includes several families who have been with us for more than five years.
We want to introduce families and individuals in the Fredericksburg region to the joys of local, seasonal produce. Make plans to visit us!
Memorial Day Weekend – The Snead’s Farm Asparagus Festival. In 2017, The Well at Snead’s Farm will be open, serving Snead’s Farm Blackberry Saison beer brewed by Spencer Devon Brewing and Snead’s Farm Asparagus Burgers made with local beef from Braehead Farm.
May 1 – Oct. – Our popular CSA program runs throughout the summer, and culminates with a quadruple box filled with pumpkins and other fall favorites in October. Read all about our CSA here. CSA customers also get exclusive access to pick-your-own berries on the farm when available.
July-August – Our roadside stand on U.S. 17 is open from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. daily. You can also find our produce at many shops and restaurants in the region. Our sunflowers come into bloom in July, and should stay blooming through October.
September-October – Our Fall Festival is one of the most affordable fall family outings around. The Well at Snead’s Farm will serve local craft beers made with our produce, as well as entrees and desserts made with Snead’s Farm ingredients. We have more fun with this every year!
School field trips are also popular here in October. Contact Debbie Nance at 540/842-1658 if you are interested in scheduling one. We only allow field trips in October.
November-December – Cut or dig your own blue spruce Christmas tree. We open on Thanksgiving Day.
Professional photographers ($20 per session/client), birthday parties and other group events and weddings are popular on the farm. Learn more about these activities here.