With a rich local culture rooted in farming and agriculture, Pocahontas County, WV is the perfect destination to learn about regional food production, heritage based farm products, youth involvement with farming and how agricultural businesses diversify their operations in today’s ever changing economy. Farming is a way of life for a significant number of Pocahontas County residents. Small and large family farms throughout the county are still working-farms, raising cattle, sheep, goats, corn, hay and other commodities that support self-sustainability. Tourism is also a strong component to the county economy. Agritourism brings these two economic components together offering farming operations a way to diversify, and visitors a unique experience. We invite you to meet the locals, enjoy our farming culture and take home authentic farm products.
Will be open to the public.
Fort Warwick Farm: Just off Rt. 92 near Green Bank, 1/2 mile south of the Dollar General Store. Turn at the Deer Creek Bridge beside the Church of God and follow dirt road 1/2 mile.
Tours are FREE and maple product sales available 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Frostmore Farm: Located on Rt. 92 south of Dunmore, WV and north of Frost, WV. Open for FREE tours and maple product sales available 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, mid-February through Mid-March. Offers a year-round roadside stand.
Beginning May 12 @ Marlinton's Mini Park - Every Saturday 8 a.m to noon
Beginning May 25 @ Linwood Library - Every Friday 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Beginning May 30 @ Henry's Store in Green Bank - Every Wednesday 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Maple Syrup Making farm visits will be open to the public from 10 AM to 4 PM WV Maple Days on February 24, 2018 and March 17, 2018 at these farms:
Frostmore Farm, located on Rt. 92 south of Dunmore, WV and north of Frost, WV. Offers a year round roadside stand.
Fort Warwick Farm, just off Rt. 92 near Green Bank, is located ½ mile south of the Dollar General Store. Turn at the Deer Creek Bridge beside the Church of God and follow dirt road ½ mile.
Take shopping to a new level and pick your own produce!
Frostmore Farms: Pick Your Own Blueberries - season approximately mid-June through mid-July. Pick Your Own Sweet Corn - season approximately late July through August.
Pick Your Own Pumpkins - happening in September and October with a mini corn maze and (depending on a successful apple season) apple cider pressing and tasting! All located at 530 Greenbank Road, Arbovale, WV. Call 304-456-4331 for opening dates and picking schedule details.
High Tunnel produce farming is a growing trend on small farms giving folks an efficient way to extend the produce growing season. Learn more about High Tunnel production
Autumn Harvest Festival & West Virginia RoadKill Cook-off: Saturday, September 26, 2020
Held in Marlinton, WV annually, the Autumn Harvest Festival & West Virginia RoadKill Cook-off is one of the region's most exciting events. In years past, Food Network, Travel Channel and Discovery Channel have all covered this wacky and wild festival! Craft and food vendors, art shows, biscuit bake-off and so much more! For more information on this event, click here to visit our events calendar.
Huntersville Traditions Day: Saturday, October 2-3, 2020
This festival is held annually in Huntersville, WV, along Route 39 east of Marlinton. Old fashion applebutter making demonstrations, apple cider press demonstrations and more.
*events are subject to change*