About Us, Here At Reynolds Farm
Our Annual Fall
Festival, here at Reynolds Farm, is a local attraction as well,
it is becoming a family tradition for the folks in our community.
The festival runs from
mid-September thru October 31st. You know that you have arrived
once you can see our orange and black tents.
Reynolds Farm sells fall mums,
fall decorations. School tours are scheduled during
the week, and the farm is open to the public weekdays until 5:30 and on the week-ends for
hayrides and pick-your-own pumpkins. Last hayride through the week is at 4:45. Pumpkins, fall
decorations, honey, jams, snacks and drinks can be purchased anytime.
History Of Reynolds Farm
and Lois Reynolds bought what is now known as Reynolds Farm in 1982.
The farm started off as a
working dairy farm but for a number of years they also grew
vegetables, such as sweet corn, peppers and tomatoes. In 1997 they sold the cows and started growing pumpkins,
gourds and fall decorations. Fall mums were added later.
Bill is originally
from Chester County Pennsylvania. He began working on a farm when he was
just 11 years
old. He has always had a love of farming and growing good crops.
Bill loves model
train railroading and has his own layout of the Western US.
Lois has lived in the Waynesboro area all
of her life. She was raised on a dairy farm just outside of
town. Lois enjoys gardening,
volunteering and reading. The Reynolds also enjoy traveling.
The Reynolds' son,
Mark and family lives out of the area. They enjoy visiting their relatives on the farm
and relaxing on their country visits.