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Having made a name for themselves as a major supplier of wheat in the 18th century, Clarke County, VA land and farms have long participated in the nation’s agricultural history. Clarke County, VA hosts some of the oldest farms in the United States, which have long branched off from wheat into vegetables, fruits, potatoes, and beans. 95% of land and farms in Clarke County are family-owned; major nursery farming and floriculture farms paint Clarke County, VA with beautiful flower fields growing between bountiful cattle and horse ranches. Clarke County’s government actively supports small businesses and independent farmers through land grants, economic development programs, and local farmers markets. Outside of agriculture, tourism is one of Clarke County’s most significant industries, with hundreds of people flocking to this beautiful town in the Shenandoah Valley every year.
Located on the western edge of the Washington-Arlington-Alexandria Metropolitan Area, Clarke County, VA land and farms benefit from the beautiful mountain vistas and valley views of the Blue Ridge Mountains, while also having easy access to urban amenities. A strong transportation network connects Clarke County to Arlington, Washington DC, and neighboring Winchester and Leesburg. Clarke County, VA offers its own entertainment and culture as well, with historical downtown Berryville and Boyce offering a glimpse into Virginia history through modern boutiques, restaurants, and entertainment venues. Fans of the great outdoors might enjoy exploring Clarke County’s parks and walking trails or take a trip through one of many orchards and working farms. Hidden attractions dot the valley, like Dinosaur Land, which emulates prehistory with over 50 dinosaur replicas; or Locke’s Mill, a colonial-era grist mill that grants a look into more recent history through educational shows and demonstrations.
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