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DEAUVILLE FALLOW DEER FARM                       540-856-2130
Fax:  540-856-3407                                                          
7648 Crooked Run Road, Basye, VA  22810             

DIRECTIONS:  From Woodstock (I-81, exit 283) south on rte 42, 16 miles to right onto rte 263, 5 miles to Basye.  Take first right after Bryce Resort (Alum Springs Road, rte 717), go 3 3/4 miles to right onto Crooked Run Road, rte 720.  Second driveway on left.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:  A visit to the deer farm is a fun experience for young and old. Visitors are welcome to see our delightful deer romp and graze in a lovely country setting. The Farm Shop features venison and local Arts & Crafts.

Gail Rose, a master gardener and animal lover, nurtures about 80 fallow deer, over 150 heritage-breed chickens, lush, organic vegetable gardens and a fruit tree orchard. Naturally grown pick your own vegetables.

PARKING:  In lawn area on farm.  No marked parking.  RV parking.

TYPES OF PATHS TO OR AROUND ATTRACTION:  Grass.  Paths accessible to persons with mobility disabilities.  Length of paths 15 to 50 ft.

ENTRANCE:  Driveway off Crooked Run Road extends to gift shop for pickup and drop off.  2 exterior steps on one door, each 9 in. high.  Ramp provided on one door.   2 entry doors, easily open out with wood handle.

PUBLIC REST ROOMS:  There are no public rest rooms.

For guests with visual disabilities, there are hands-on exhibits such as hand feeding the deer.

GIFT SHOP:  Aisles 54 in. wide.  Counters 30 in. high.  Aisles clear of temporary displays.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:  No credit cards accepted.  Free admission (donations accepted).  Hours:  Fri, Sat, Sun and Mon 10AM-4PM, April -November.


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