Enjoy a broad scope of activities or simply relax, unwind, and recharge at The Funny Farm Inn. The possibilities are endless.
Do You Want to Embrace Nature? There are miles of hiking trails to enjoy and extensive bird-watching opportunities. Bring your camera and capture the award-winning images of the beauty that surrounds you.
Would You Like to Experience Farm Life? Select and pick fresh organic vegetables to enjoy from the garden. Collect fresh eggs. Feed the horses, chickens, ducks, sheep, and peacock. Have your own cookout in a lovely secluded picnic area with a fire pit, grill, and picnic table and watch the horses graze in adjacent pastures.
Just Want to Unwind? During the summer you can cool off and relax by the in-ground pool. Read a book on the covered porches that are part of your private accommodations. Leave the stress of life behind and enjoy this charming and picturesque setting.
Want to See the Area on Horseback? The Funny Farm Inn can arrange guided trail rides through the mountains at a farm nearby. Bring your own horse and explore the many trails available.
Ready for an Equestrian Vacation? Located near several excellent trailheads offering different terrain, seven foxhunts, the HITS Horse Show Series (five days per week for six weeks each summer), and miles of dirt roads for driving—The Funny Farm Inn is the perfect location for your vacation with your four-legged best friend. Clinics for hunters, jumpers, eventers, and dressage riders can be arranged with highly qualified regional instructors with prior notice.
Would You Like to Be Pampered? The Funny Farm Inn can arrange for a massage by a licensed massage therapist on site or at a nearby spa. Award-winning restaurants and wineries are only a short drive away.
Is This a Special Occasion? With advance notice—champagne, flowers, or any extras you would like can be provided. The Funny Farm Inn specializes in making your special occasion memorable.
Are You Interested in History? Many historical sites are located nearby. Visit Monticello—the home of Thomas Jefferson; Montpelier—the home of James Madison; and Ashlawn—the home of James Monroe. A Civil War museum and local battlefields with Civil War reenactments nearby bring history to life.
Do You Like to Explore? Nearby you’ll find Luray Caverns, Skyline Drive, and the Shenandoah National Park. Discover the explorer in you.
Do You Enjoy Festivals? You can enjoy the Culpeper Days Festival in the spring. October brings the Graves Mountain Apple Festival for three consecutive weekends. Both are just a short drive away.
Is Shopping a Favorite Pastime? The small town of Culpeper has many types of boutiques and shops. Find your unique treasures.
Is Music Your Passion? Enjoy the Bluegrass Festival at nearby Graves Mountain Lodge in May each year or experience the Castleton Festival showcasing opera and classical music each July.
Opportunities to fish, golf, and search for antiques abound!