2. Hollin Farms 1 mile from Route 17. Hollin is the second orchard (one-half mile past the "Orchard -- enter here" sign). Highest orchard with very
favorable climate for peaches and beautiful views. White and yellow peaches, pick your own tomatoes, and sweet corn. Recipient
of the Conservation Farmer and Young Farmer of the Year Awards.
3. Hartland Orchards at Troy
This peach orchard is part of the larger Hartlands operation below.
4. Hartland Orchards at Markham
Hartland is an old and very well managed orchard with 25 acres of peaches. Hartland also has apples in the fall and cherries and
blueberries in the early summer. Very convenient to exit 18 on I-66. It is a very popular orchard with large crowds on the weekend.
5. Stribling Orchard
Just south of I-66. Like Hartland, Stribling orchard is an old established orchard. Apples in the fall. Farm animals.
Very convenient to Exit 18 on I-66. Large crowds on weekends.
North Entrance From I-66
I-66 to Exit 23 (Delaplane). Go North on Route 17 (Winchester Road). 5 miles north of the railroad crossing at Delaplane,
turn left on Leeds Manor Road (688).
From Route 50 (coming from the east)
Take 50 West through Middleburg and Upperville. Turn South (left) on Route 17 at the stop light at Paris. Go about 2.5 miles to
Leeds Manor Road on right. Leeds Manor Road is about 1 mile beyond the entrance to Sky Meadows State Park on the right.