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    Whitehall Farm Fall Fun Days

  • Recurring every 6 weeks on Sunday, Saturday
  • Dates:
    September 24, 2016 - November 5, 2016
  • Time:
    10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
  • Admission:
  • Location:
    Whitehall Farm
  • Address:
    6080 Colchester Road, Fairfax, VA 22030
  • Phone:
    (703) 968-3900

Whitehall Farm is excited to announce our second annual Fall Fun Days on the farm. The event will run Saturdays and Sundays September 24th through November 6th 10am-5pm, admission is $12/ person for adults and children over 3. Parking will be available at 6080 Colchester Road Fairfax, VA 22030.

The fall fun days will feature a large 3 acre corn maze in the shape of a chinook helicopter. The corn is non-GMO, and will be over 8 feet tall by the time of the festival. The pumpkin patch is a pick-your – own style, with sustainably grown, non-certified organic pumpkins. This year we have multiple pumpkin slingshots, so try your luck to hit the target! Visit our farm animals, play in the inflatable bounce houses, take a hay ride, get your face painted, eat at the food trucks, and take part in even more activities when you visit.

Jeff Waters, business owner and husband of Whitehall Farm owner Nadine Vazquez, said: “This year has been challenging with too much rain in May, hardy any rain since then, and very hot temperatures, but our team still managed to grow a wide variety of produce, a very interesting corn maze, and a couple of acres of pumpkins. We are all looking forward to hosting our regular customers, and lots of new people who we hope will become regular customers, at our second annual fall festival. Whitehall Farm has a different, more quiet and casual vibe, than some other agritourism venues. We encourage our patrons to spread out in our 8 acre Sycamore field and enjoy all the activities that we provide on our working, educational farm.”

Whitehall Farm is a 200 acre working educational farm located in Fairfax County. The farm hosts children’s educational programs, birthday parties, and other events in addition to our 60 family Community Supported Agriculture Program. The farm also has a market store open off of Popes Head Road. Festival attendees are welcome to buy snacks at our store, and bring picnics and blankets to the farm. Parking is available at 6080 Colchester Road, not at the farm market. There will be a corn maze attendant to assist families who might get lost in the maze. We pride ourselves on our small, quiet agriculture based festival and encourage families to enjoy being outside and take a break from the hustle of everyday life.