College Run Farms
College Run Farms was founded in 1999, after Farmer Steve
graduated from Virginia Tech with a degree in Agriculture
and Applied Economics. As a 6th generation farmer raised
with row crops and hogs, Farmer Steve wanted to diversify
and try something new. The first strawberry crop was planted
in 1999, and different crops were added over the years,
such as sweet corn, pumpkins, blueberries, and butter beans.
The farm is open daily from late April through October,
and closed over the winter months. Farmer Steve and his
wife, Jordan, operate the farm, along with their two sons
and farm cat, Patch. College Run Farms is named after a
water source located near the farm that provides irrigation.
It is a a pick-your-own farm and allows customers to enter
the fields and harvest their own food for the majority of
May - strawberries
June & July - blueberries
July & early August - sweet corn
Late September & October - pumpkins and gourds
There is no fee to visit the farm. You simply pay for the
produce you pick.
Pumpkins range in price from 50 cents up to $25, depending
on the variety and size. There are minis, giants, carving
pumpkins, specialty varieties, edible squash, gourds, white
pumpkins, and many more. Contact the farm if you have specific
questions about pumpkins or pricing.
Also grown are butter beans, that are harvested mid-to-late
July and are sold in the Farm Market. You can also purchase
homemade ice cream, have a snack or lunch in the picnic
area, and visit the giftshop.
2051 Alliance Road
Surry, Virginia 23883
See our Map page for location