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One of our Vacation Cabins
Hidden Creek Farm is a 250-acre conservation reserve nestled in the vineyard-dotted, Historic Crooked Run Agricultural Valley in Fauquier County, VA. The farm was originally settled in the mid 18th century and is steeped in history, including active Civil War skirmishes, and, more recently, Civil War reenactments. Many renowned Americans frequented or owned the farm at one point, including John Adams, Mosby and his Rangers, and Thadeus Herndon and his family. The small graveyard is also steeped in history and is open to registered farm visitors.
Current owners, Dendy and Andrea Young, are focused on building a sustainable, conservation-based, environmentally sound, working farm using innovative “Lean Farming” processes (Ben Hartman) and Hidden Creek’s Green-Pastured,™ grass-intensive, rotational grazing techniques. Hidden Creek farm is dedicated to breeding and preserving Heritage stock and to developing ‘new’ breeds, including Red Poll cattle, Katahdin Sheep, Blue Slate and Narragansatt Turkeys, Silver Fox rabbits, Shenandoah chickens, and Tamalitsa™ hogs. Hidden Creek Farm is also dedicated to supporting educational and experiential opportunities for the public, farmers, and the community at large.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 703-828-5801 to discuss your Farm Visit. Children and mannered pets are welcome, but we do ask that you contact us ahead of time to discuss any special needs.
All Visitors MUST sign a Liability Release & Waiver form prior to arriving at Hidden Creek Farm. Unfortunately, no exceptions can be made.