We are closed for the season except by appointment, if you are traveling through,feel free to call and see if we can accommodate your visit.
We are open by appointment year round for school field trips and group tours.
Contact us by phone or email at 276-621-4511 or email@example.com
Opening dates for 2017
We will open on Saturday April 28th at 10:00 am.
As we have in the past be sure to get here early to get the early bird price on plants and to receive your bonus discount which you can use on every visit in 2017.
These discounts are available on April 28th only, to the first 50 visitors.
Our Lavender Festival will be on June 17th. 2017 be sure to join us
Be sure to mark your calendar and plan to join us for this day full of Lavender... We will be adding a U Pick Lavender activity and will have three weekends of U pick Lavender this year.
On the 17th we will have free mini classes and workshops, tours ,make a Lavender wand and much more. An optional lunch is available, for $9.50, with reservations .
Southwest Virginia is home to several Lavender farms; to visit other farms in our region visit The Southwest Virginia Lavender Trails site at www.Lavenderthymetrail.com
The last few weeks of June are bloom time for us here in Southwest Virginia.
Essential Oil 101
$ 15.00 USD
Mar 4 at 11:00
Join us for our monthly Essential Oils 101 class.
Learn just what an Essential oil is, how to use Essential Oils, and make a few products to take home with you. All materials included.
Our mission is to educate the public, all age ranges, to enjoy all aspects for the outdoors and conserve it for the next generation.
Our goal is to teach you to enjoy what nature has to offer. Whether working in the garden, hiking on the trails, making an herbal craft or just sitting and watching the birds while you enjoy a cup of herbal tea: we have something for you to do at Beagle Ridge. Come take a class or just spend the day enjoying the great outdoors.
Our 160 acre property is nestled in a wooded valley in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Southwest VA. The farm is home to display gardens, a 2 acre pond, hiking trails, Flying Flowers ( our walk through butterfly house), Lick Mountain Excursions - guided nature rides and Serendipity- our new event/wedding venue.
Our walk through butterfly house is home to up to 12 species of native butterflies and the plants they require to complete their life cycle. The butterflies fly from mid May through Mid September and they have been tagged and released for this year.
Whether you are looking for a location for a meeting space, a program for your garden club or a venue for your wedding, let us create that special event for you. Serendipity can provide all the amenities you might need with seating for 75 and space outside for a wedding for 250.