Welcome to Crooked Run Orchard!


About the Farm

Crooked Run Orchard is a small family farm on the outskirts of Purcellville, Virginia in Western  Loudoun County.  The land was first settled by Quakers who came down here from Pennsylvania in the 1740s and 1760s.  Lincoln, the small hamlet just to the south of Purcellville, was another Quaker community which still houses the Goose Creek Meeting House,  the Sunday-go-to-meeting house that Mr. Brown attended  from the time he was born in 1908 until shortly before his death at the age of just-under 95.

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What’s Picking Now

July: Peaches

Please call before coming to see what is available!

(540) 338-6642


Latest News

Open this week for picking blackberries, plums and Tydeman Red apples

We will be open this week for picking blackberries, plums and Tydeman Red apples. Please check our FB page or our phone line 540-338-6642 for the latest updates on times and availability. Tydeman Reds are a wonderfully tart apple great for making pies and sauce.
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