Calendar & Prices

Please call our automated line before you leave
home for the very latest picking information:
(540) 338-6642


Crooked Run NEVER charges an admission fee, and parking is always free. You pay only for what you pick, or buy from our stand. No dogs, please, due to sanitary reasons. We have several picnic tables that you’re welcome to enjoy with your family.

See you at the orchard!


HOURS (reference, subject to change):

See our home page for exact days & hours, depending on week & season.

Pick-Your-Own (summer & fall)
Weekends & Extended Weekends: 9AM – 5:30PM
Early Weekdays: CLOSED (except for scheduled group visits)

Farm Stand (fresh fruit, vegetables, wreaths – everything seasonal)
7 days a week: OPEN (usually, unless we’re bought out)


We are usually open until 6 pm., however, we close the orchard to new pickers at 5:30 pm.


PRICES (reference, subject to change):

Apples: $1 / lb.
Blackberries: $3 / lb.
Peaches: $1.50 / lb.
Pears: $1.50 / lb.
Pumpkins: $0.49 / lb.
Fresh-pressed unpasteurized apple cider: $8 / gallon, $2.50 / pint

All products seasonal, not all products available at all times.

We do NOT accept credit cards — don’t ask.  Cash or Checks ONLY.


If you are a group leader or tour operator planning a visit,
please click here for information about group visits.


Picking dates vary from year to year.

April – May: Fresh picked asparagus, salad mixes, and spinach

June – July: Cherries, gooseberries, seasonal vegetables, flowers, and herbs

July – August: Thornless blackberries, peaches, summer apples

August – September: Fall apples, plums, Asian pears, red raspberries

September – October: Pumpkins and gourds

November – December: Christmas wreaths – Scotch, white pine and cedar mix

4 responses

26 07 2010
Holly

My family came out to your farm and picked peaches & blackberries. They were so good, my Husband said it would be a crime not to tell others how fresh & sweet the fruits were. Thank you for being the farm we could go to, see you again soon !

10 08 2011
Alan Gastrock

I have been bringing my kids out for 4 year to pick apples and they all love it. Not only does it give me a chance to share my stories of working on relatives farms every summer in my youth but I have also taught them my grandmothers various Penna/Dutch recipes when we get home. It even gets my 14 year old excited when I start talking about our yearly trip.

23 09 2011
Norm

We love your farm! I have come there since my daughter was 12 months old and she is 6 now. I grew up on a farm and there is nothing better for children to experience! I have driven to your farm since whether I lived in Springfield, Fairfax or Ashburn. Thank you, thank you, thank you for farming!!!

20 08 2012
Lauren

We visit your farm multiple times each summer. It takes us an hour to get there, but it’s always worth it. Over the years, we have brought friends, family, neighbors, and colleagues with us. Everyone is always impressed by the taste of your fruit and the way that you grow them. Keep up the good work; we desperately need sustainable PYO farms in this area!

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