Looking to explore all that the area has to offer?
Enjoy the views of the Blue Ridge on a private horseback ride at the farm, guided by Indian Summer Guide Service. Every trail ride is uniquely tailored to the group and terrain. Calm, trained, well behaved horses will lead you through an unforgettable, unrestricted riding experience.
Wine and Beer Tours
Tours last a minimum of 5 hours, which allows time for stops at 3-4 different wineries and/or breweries depending on group size. Itinerary is fully customized based on your requests, and additional hours are available. Simply choose the vehicle that best fits your group size.
Pond fishing is an entertaining outdoor activity that can be enjoyed by anglers of all experience levels. The pond on our property is catch and release only – please do not keep the fish. The property rights fee covers up to 4 people and 4 rods with tackle.
Wintergreen Resort features four seasons of mountain recreation and amenities including 45 holes of championship golf on two courses; exhilarating winter skiing, snowboarding and snowtubing; a full-service, mountaintop spa; and much more.
Walnut Creek Park is centered on a large man-made lake, Walnut Creek, surrounded by mixed deciduous forest. Thirteen miles of trails, throughout the entire area, provide the perfect opportunity for mountain biking, running and hiking.
Blue Ridge Parkway
Millions of visitors enjoy the Blue Ridge Parkway each year. Some think of it as just a pleasant drive, but the Parkway is so much more than that. Spanning the southern and central Appalachians, the Blue Ridge Parkway offers an exceptional glimpse of the regional flora and fauna.
Although you’ll find plenty to explore on the farm, a more challenging outdoor adventure is a short 15 minute drive away. Fortune’s Cove Preserve covers nearly 800 acres and features 2 challenging hiking loops.
Please note: Dogs are not allowed.
Thrift, value, or an appreciation for quality are all very good reasons to buy antique and vintage items. We also get to rediscover parts of our past while learning about our history in unique and surprising ways. It is a bit like modern day treasure hunting!
The James River is Virginia’s largest river, flowing across the entire state. Each year millions of outdoor enthusiasts visit the James and its tributaries to boat, fish, swim, hike, kayak, tube, or just take in the beautiful scenery. How you enjoy the James is up to you.