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Celebrate Harvest Season at Loudoun Farms

It’s harvest season in Loudoun, and there’s no better reason to enjoy the season than by visiting Loudoun’s Fall Farm Tour, October 19-20.

This totally FREE, self-guided tour through western Loudoun County, Virginia is full of flavorful goodness from our Loudoun Made, Loudoun Grown products.

Here’s what to look for at your favorite Loudoun farmers market or farm tour stops as you prepare for Saturday evening’s meal:

Charcuterie Spreads: meals of high-quality meat and cheese date back to ancient times.

Produce Medleys: cucumbers, green beans, squash, sweet corn, apples and grapes are all ripening in Loudoun.

Straight off the Grill: pick up responsibly raised meat and hit the grill.

Adult Beverages: Loudoun is home to dozens of craft beverage makers, but these can be found at the local farmers markets. All will be open during Fall Farm Tour weekend.

Delectable Desserts: Loudoun’s close proximity to fruit farms and consumers makes it the perfect place to find top-notch desserts from local artisan bakers.

  • The Baekehaus, found at the Leesburg Farmers Market on Saturdays
  • Little Austria, found at the One Loudoun Farmers Market on Saturdays

For event details, itineraries, directions and more, visit loudounfarms.org/farmtour.

It’s harvest season in Loudoun, and there’s no better reason to enjoy the season than by visiting Loudoun’s Fall Farm Tour, October 19-20. #TakeLoudounHome #LoudounPossible

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