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Layman Family Farms, Blue Ridge

3.9
#2065 of 2,267 in Things to do in Virginia
Farm · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Layman Family Farms is located in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains, surrounded by rolling hills of both forests and cultivated lands. The 83 acre farm in Blue Ridge, Virginia, is owned and operated by Eric Layman and Sharon Layman. The farm offers a 8 acre corn maze, 15 acre courtyard, 5 acres parking, and one of the largest pumpkin patch in the area. Additionally there is a giant jumping pillow, hay rides, cow train, corn cannon, pumpkin blaster, jumping pillow, Gem Stone mining, corn crib box, rubber duck races, Birdhouse Village play area, horse swings, giant tube slide and tires.
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Layman Family Farms reviews

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4.4
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  • We had a great time. Corn maze was challenging and fun. The hayride was nice and there was a nice assortment of pumpkins and gourds for purchase.  more »
  • Kids had a great time. Lots of activities especially for the kids. Great treats and food to boot. Definitely going back.  more »
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  • We have been here many times over the years, and it is a great place to go in the fall. They have many different activities, and they seem to always be changing a little and adding a little each year. The kids look forward to this trip every year. The kids favorite part is the big bouncy pillow, and my favorite part is the kettle corn.
  • In Layman’s terms, this place is awesome! Just a short drive from 460 lies a quaint little wedding venue and juvenile nirvana. Friday through Sunday, you can count on carnival food. You know, fried Oreos and funnel cake. The Country Store stocks delicacies from honey and salad dressing to kettle corn and apples. The real gem is the diverse attractions staffed by competent employees. Whether you are sliding underground, navigating a corn maze or riding on a cow train, you are loved from the moon and back! I give this attraction 5 stars for safety, food handling and fun.

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