Where To Find Us

Our stand hours for Vienna:  Opening May 28.  June hours: Saturday and Sunday 10am – 5pm. July hours: Thursday through Sunday 10am – 5pm.

Our summer stand hours for Purcellville: Opening May 28 through September 11.  Thursday through Sunday 10am – 5pm.

The Vienna Stand

The main roadside stand is on Leesburg Pike (Route 7), four miles west of Tysons Corner in Fairfax County. The farm is on the south side of the road. Coming from the east, you must go past the farm, make a U-turn at Middleton Ridge Road and immediately get into the turn lane to make a right. From the west, we are two miles east of Baron Cameron Ave (Route 606).

PVF West Roadside Stand

We sell our own produce, sweet corn from the Eastern Shore (conventionally grown), pies from Mom’s Apple Pie Company,  and locally produced jams and jellies and honey. In the fall, our display expands to include pumpkins, cider, apples, winter squash, gourds, and other farm decor.

We give tours at the Vienna farm to school groups, camps, and other organized groups. Please contact us for more information.

The Purcellville Stand

The Purcellville roadside stand is on the corner of Route 287 and John Wolford Road. We sell our own produce, local meat and eggs, conventionally grown local sweet corn, local fruit, locally produced jams and jellies, Virginia honey, local flowers, and mushrooms.

We typically carry products from the following farms (but not limited to):
Whiffletree Farms (chicken)
Open Book Farm (pork)
Roxley Farms (beef)
Toigo Orchards (fruit)
Winding Root Farm (flowers)

Directions from the east:

(Takes about an hour from DC or Arlington.)

Take the Dulles Toll Road west, and continue on to the Greenway. Exit at the end, heading west on Route 7. Go north on Route 9 toward Hillsboro. Five miles to the traffic light at Route 287, Berlin Turnpike. Go right at the light, and then look for the sign for Potomac Vegetable Farms on the left, about a mile up the road at the corner of 287 and John Wolford Rd.

Directions from Purcellville:

(Takes about ten minutes.)

Go four miles north on Route 287, cross Route 9, go one mile to farm stand on left at the corner of 287 and John Wolford Rd.