Located in the heart of the Green Springs National Historic Landmark, this farm dates back to the late 18th century. The home and land are preserved in their original context with little alteration. Home to the Bracketts Farm Charitable Garden, a living classroom demonstrating Monacan Indian style gardening.
Come out and cut your own Christmas tree this holiday season! Located in the Lake Anna Area of Louisa County they provide you with abow saw and help wrap and load your tree. Plus enjoy their Christmas Shop full of holiday ornaments, tree stands and accessories, and Virginia products. Also, enjoy complimentary hot cider and restrooms that are clean, private and heated.
Horseback riding for all ages and levels. Public trail riding available. Lessons, parties, trail rides, pony rides available year round.
Please call to set up an appointment. Horse training available, please ask for other services.
Providing friendly, professional instruction in hunt seat riding just a few minutes north of the town of Louisa. Also offering children's camp programs, birthday parties, pony rides, and special activities for groups at their beautiful forty-acre facility. No trail rides. All programs are by appointment only.
A small, family-run pet ranch offering baby rabbits for sale year-round, as well as indoor pet cages and outdoor hutches, accessories and more. Also offering nursery berry plants and shrubs. If you do not want to make a purchase but want to see the Farm anyway, the cost is $15 for a tour that will last about 30 minutes, and you can bring up to seven people. Call for pricing on larger groups.
Providing Products and Education for Whole Living. A small, family farm located in Louisa, Virginia with a farm store open to the public. Our family is committed to supplying you with the best naturally and ecologically grown culinary & medicinal herb plants, heirloom vegetables plants, and flowers. We raise grass-fed beef, pastured chicken eggs & whole chickens, and offer a winter CSA. Another specialty of Forrest Green Farm is our registered Polled Miniature Herefords and naturally grown horse hay.
We are a small local farm that raises all of our animals in a free range pasture setting between Richmond and Charlottesville Virginia. A well balanced diet and happy environment makes our meat great tasting and high quality. Our beef and pork is processed at a local butcher, which is a USDA inspected facility. We are happy to sellindividual cuts of meatas well as the more economical whole and half cow/pig.We deliver to specific points in Downtown Richmond, Short Pump, Downtown Bethesda - MD, the YMCA Goochland - VA regularly, based on demand. Please call or email and we will arrange for delivery.
Every Saturday in August 8 a.m.-12 p.m.
215 E Main St. (next to Essex Bank). Free vendor spaces. No flea market, yard sale or wholesale resellers. Churches, civic groups are welcome. Application must be submitted (will be available at the market on Saturday mornings) First come, first served. Contact Brian Marks at 967-1400 for further details or application.
215 E Main St.
Louisa, VA 23093
(next to Essex Bank)
The market is open May 2nd through the end of October.
Open each Saturday, 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Located at 81 Louisa Avenue (across from Luck Field).
Fresh fruit, veggies, jams, flowers, plants, honey, baked goods and local crafts on display.
Fresh local meats and vegetables such as pork products; bacon, chops, sausage, loins and more...
8628 Jefferson Highway
Mineral, VA 23117
The Central Virginia Parrot Sanctuary is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, adoption and sanctuary of parrots living in captivity. Our primary mission is to provide exceptional natural environments for our residents where they can enjoy the enrichment of flight and the togetherness of flock with excellent care provided by a dedicated team of staff and volunteers. Visit by appointment.
Quaker Hill Farm has been the home of the Rosson Family for nearly 100 years and has been in the commercial cattle business for many generations. The farm originated around 1742 and was once part of a Quaker settlement, hence the name. Located in the Historic Green Springs District of Louisa County the farm is only 15 miles from Thomas Jefferson's Monticello. The area surrounding the farm is rich in history.
SFES engages in rescue in many ways. We transport, we work with multiple other rescues/sanctuaries, we train new riders, we train, or retain horses, we welcome visitors and we do all we can to help the equine that we love.
At our farm we breed and raise alpacas. We welcome visitors of all ages to see and interact with these gentle, beautiful South American animals. Our facility includes a farm store that carries alpaca fleece products from yarn to finished garments. Come learn more about these creatures whose fleece rivals cashmere.
Take a seat on one of our beautiful benches and enjoy the raised beds planted and maintained by local organizations. Our commitment is to design, plant and maintain green spaces along the historic Main Street corridor of downtown Louisa for public enjoyment. The participating organizations are invited to plant a variety of approved plants that are aesthetically appealing, non-invasive, and beneficial.