Hunt Club Farm

Last updated: June 20, 2017


Hunt Club Farm in Virginia Beach attracts both tourists and locals to their beautiful grounds. Did you know that Hunt Club Farm is the area’s only petting farm? That’s why many people choose to visit this popular farm. Petting farm aside, Hunt Club offers so many more things to do that have families coming back to them as tradition.

Here’s what all Hunt Club Farm has to offer:

Petting Farm

If you’re looking for a family fun attraction while in Virginia Beach, visiting Hunt Club Farm is a top choice. If you’re looking for a petting farm, Hunt Club Farm is your only choice! When visiting VA Beach’s only Petting Farm, you’ll be able to hold a chicken, feed a goat, or ride a pony.

Animals you'll see:

  • Peacocks
  • Pigs 
  • Alpacas 
  • Llamas 
  • Geese 
  • Turkeys
  • Sheep 
  • Goats
  • and many more popular animals.

This year, for the 2017 season, there will be a new attraction for the Petting Farm. Hunt Club Farm’s Bird Sanctuary will be making its first debut. This will be a 2,000 sq foot area filled with colorful parakeets to feed and watch fly right above you.

Petting Farm Tickets: $6 per person (Free for Children 2 & under)

Pony Ride Tickets: $5 per person (125 pounds or less)

Easter Egg Hunt

Happening on Easter weekend, bring the whole family out to the farm to have the best Easter Egg Hunt yet!

Hunt Club Farm’s Easter Egg Hunt includes:

  • A Visit with the Easter Bunny
  • Farm Tour Hayrides
  • Petting Farm Admission
  • Costumed Characters
  • Unlimited Access to Inflatables (Bounce House, Obstacle Courses, etc.)
  • Photos with Baby Bunnies & Chicks
  • Carnival Rides
  • Face Painting

Easter Egg Hunt Tickets: $15 per child / $9 per adult

Easter Egg Hunt Hours: 10 am - 5 pm (Saturday and Sunday)


Halloween Festival

Extremely haunting and thrilling Hunt Club Farm attraction for adults and the daring teens. This Halloween Festival is not for the faint of heart. This is one of Hunt Club’s un-family friendly festivals, yet is wildly popular.

This scary Halloween Festival features:

  • Field of Screams
  • Haunted Hayride
  • Village of the Dead
  • Escape Room

The Escape Room is a favorite among the Halloween Festival goers, as it is interactive. This part of the festival requires you to find the key to escape the haunted room.

The Halloween Festival is open most days of October.

Check back for Dates and Ticket Prices.

Harvest Fair

Open every weekend in October, this Hunt Club Farm feature is great for families with little ones. The Harvest Fair is one of a few Virginia Beach Halloween events you don't want to miss!

The Harvest Fair includes:

  • Hayrides
  • Pick Your Own Pumpkins
  • Carnival Rides
  • Petting Farm
  • Daytime Farm Tours
  • Live Entertainment
  • Prizes
  • and Pony Rides

Harvest Fair Hours: 10 am - 6 pm

Open Time: 
10 am - 5 pm
Take Reservations
Accept credit cards
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