Things to Do this Fall near Lake Anna

Here are some of our favorite fall activities and events near Lake Anna.

Experience Central Virginia’s Fall Festivities

Just because the summer season is over does not mean there aren’t plenty of reasons to visit the Lake Anna area. While the weather may not allow you to play on the lake, you can still explore everything else this waterfront community, as well as more of Central Virginia, has to offer. Here are some activities and events happening this fall near Lake Anna.

Things to Do this Fall near Lake Anna

Here are some of our favorite fall activities and events near Lake Anna.

Attend a Fall Festival

From September through November, fall festivals will pop up all around Lake Anna. These festivals can involve your favorite fall activities, including pumpkin picking, trick-or-treating, sipping cider and more. Or, get a taste of area’s local wine, beer and food at one of these festivals.

Click here to read about September events near Lake Anna.

Click here to read about October events near Lake Anna.

Pick Your Own Pumpkin

When you visit Lake Anna, be sure to stop by the local farmers markets in the neighboring towns and cities. Throughout the year, you can browse and pick your own locally grown fruits and vegetables to take home. During fall, pick out a pumpkin for carving to baking into a delicious pumpkin pie.

Click here to read about farmers markets near Lake Anna.

Have Frightening Fun

Whether you prefer tricks or treats, the Halloween season offers plenty to do near Lake Anna. Take part in family-friendly frights or a more chilling experience. Head to Lake Anna State Park for a Halloween celebration around the fire. Nearby Kings Dominion will have hundreds of monsters lurking around the park during their Halloween Haunt.

Click here to read more about Halloween events near Lake Anna.

Explore the Great Outdoors

Take some time for outdoor exploration when you visit Lake Anna. Discover Lake Anna State Park’s 12 trails that are perfect for hiking, biking and horseback riding. The trails at Lake Anna State Park range from easy to moderate, making them perfect for children of all ages and those with varied fitness levels.

Click here to read more about Lake Anna State Park.

Sample Fall Beers

Central Virginia has a burgeoning craft beer scene. Visit these local breweries, many of them pet friendly and family friendly, to get a taste of local beer. This time of year, the breweries are releasing seasonal beers for fall. Try pumpkin-flavored beers, cozy stouts and even brews with a spooky name.

Click here to read more about breweries near Lake Anna.

2019 Halloween Events near Lake Anna

Enjoy these Halloween-themed events and activities near Lake Anna.

Have a Spooktacular Halloween near Lake Anna

The Halloween season is a time for both fall and frightening fun. Whether you want to enjoy seasonal goodies at a fall fair or have a thrilling experience at a local attraction, the cities near Lake Anna have it all. Enjoy these Halloween-themed events and activities near Lake Anna.

2019 Halloween Events near Lake Anna

Here’s what’s happening this Halloween season near Lake Anna.

Goblins and Goodies at Lake Anna State Park

Celebrate Halloween Saturday, Oct. 26 at Lake Anna State Park when the park hosts Goblins and Goodies. This family-friendly event will feature an afternoon filled with crafts, candy and “not-so-spooky” critters. Roast marshmallows around the fire and enter the costume contest. This event is free and open to the public.

Click here to read more about Lake Anna State Park.

Halloween Bash at Tim’s at Lake Anna

Head to Tim’s at Lake Anna for a Halloween celebration on Saturday, Oct. 26. The restaurant will have a costume contest, food, drinks and live music during their Halloween Bash.

Halloween Madness at Lake Anna Winery

Come out for an evening of fun Halloween festivities, on Saturday, Oct. 26, at Lake Anna Winery. The winery is hosting the Halloween Madness event for the Louisa Humane Society. Take part in the pet and human costume contests, bid on auction items, enjoy food and listen to live music.

Halloween Haunt at Kings Dominion

For some terrifying fun, visit nearby amusement park Kings Dominion. Throughout the month of October, the park will celebrate Halloween with the Halloween Haunt. Experience haunted mazes, scare zones and themed shows. After dark, hundreds of monsters will roam around Kings Dominion, lurking in dark corners, waiting to scare you.

Click here to read more about Kings Dominion.

Flight & Fright Night at A. Smith Bowman Distillery

Take an evening tour of the A. Smith Bowman Distillery then enjoy a screening of a classic Halloween film during Flight & Fright Night on Saturday, Oct. 26. Guests 21 and over will be guided on a lantern-lit tour of the distillery. Afterwards, they can enjoy one of A. Smith Bowman’s spirits as a flight or cocktail, along with small bites and popcorn for the movie.

Top 5 October Events near Lake Anna

Here are our top five events happening near Lake Anna during October.

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Mark Your Calendar for these October Events near Lake Anna

The month of October is full of fun and exciting events near Lake Anna. Whether you’re searching for family-friendly events, food and drink events, live music or free festivals, you’ll have plenty of options to choose from. Be sure to pick up the Lake Anna Guide for even more events throughout the year.

Top 5 October Events near Lake Anna

Here are our top five events happening near Lake Anna during October.

Oct. 5: Gordonsville Fall Festival

Held the first Saturday of October, the Gordonsville Fall Festival is a fantastic celebration of fall in Central Virginia. The festival is a fundraiser benefiting the local Volunteer Fire Company. Enjoy live entertainment all day, local vendors, food and much more.

Oct. 18–19: Whiskey and Wood Artisan Festival

Visit A. Smith Bowman Distillery for a family-friendly event that combines woodwork with the distillery’s renowned spirits during the Whiskey and Wood Artisan Festival. The Fredericksburg Area Woodworkers Guild has partnered to bring woodworks to the distillery to share their stories and sell their works of art. Shop wood, glass, metal, pottery, furniture and more all made by local artisans. Admission to this event is free.

Oct. 18–27: Spotsylvania Restaurant Week

Get a taste of Spotsylvania’s local restaurants during Spotsylvania Restaurant Week. This inaugural event is the perfect way for locals and visitors alike to experience the area’s local restaurants. Many of these restaurants will be offering special menus specifically for Restaurant Week.

Oct. 26: Goblins and Goodies

Celebrate Halloween a few days early at Lake Anna State Park. The park will host Goblins and Goodies on Saturday, Oct. 26. This family-friendly event will feature an afternoon filled with crafts, candy and “not-so-spooky” critters. Roast marshmallows around the fire and enter the costume contest. This event is free and open to the public.

Click here to read more about Lake Anna State Park.

Until Nov. 2: Halloween Haunt

For some terrifying fun, visit nearby amusement park Kings Dominion. Throughout the month of October, the park will celebrate Halloween with the Halloween Haunt. Experience haunted mazes scare zones or themed shows. After dark, hundreds of monsters will roam around Kings Dominion, lurking in dark corners, waiting to scare you.

Click here to read more about Kings Dominion.

Historic Attractions near Lake Anna

Here are some historic attractions near Lake Anna to visit.

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Discover Local History near Lake Anna

There’s a lot to see and do in the counties surrounding Lake Anna. From Lake Anna State Park and nearby amusement parks to outdoor activities, local restaurants and more, the Lake Anna area has something the whole family can enjoy. Another type of attraction the area is rich in is historic attractions. Discover the area’s history when you visit these attractions near Lake Anna.

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Historic Attractions near Lake Anna

Several online resources have downloadable maps with historic Civil War sites listed, allowing you to visit them at your leisure.

In Louisa County, historic sites are designated with a historical marker. These can be found throughout the county and explain a bit about the site you are viewing.

Click here to read about more things to do in Louisa County.

Here are some historic attractions near Lake Anna to visit.

African American Heritage Trail

Spotsylvania is home to the African American Heritage Trail. Learn about the little-told history of the county’s enslaved men and women from the 1700s. This driving tour covers 75 miles through Spotsylvania’s countryside.

Download a brochure or use the interactive map to discover the sites you’ll see within the 407 square miles that are on the tour. As you drive, step out of your car to get a closer look at the historic sites, including the Little Mine Road Baptist Church, The Marshall Center and more.

Goodwin Gold Mine

Lake Anna State Park was once known as “Gold Hill.” Gold was first discovered on the land in 1829 leading to decades of gold mining.

Today, guests can visit Lake Anna State Park and take part in Stampmill Sam’s Gold Adventure. All ages will love becoming old-time prospectors and following in the footsteps of “Stampmill Sam.” On a guided tour, you’ll visit Goodwin Gold Mine and learn how gold was mined during the 1800s. You’ll also get a chance to pan for gold yourself.

Click here to read more about Lake Anna State Park.

Montpelier

Less than an hour outside of Lake Anna is James Madison’s historic home, Montpelier. The beautiful estate, that was home to the fourth President of the United States, boasts not only the historic home but also beautifully landscaped grounds and gardens.

Take a guided tour of the home to learn more about President Madison and his wife Dolly. There are over eight miles of public walking trails that take you around the property’s gardens. Montpelier also has galleries and exhibits with exciting themes and artifact collections.

National Military Park

Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania were some of America’s battlegrounds during the bloodiest battles of the Civil War. National Military Park boasts four major Civil War battlefields, historic buildings and more in the counties.

Take a guided tour with a park historian to learn more about the battles fought here and their significance. Self-guided driving tours are also available for one of the battlefields. Visit the death site of General Stonewall Jackson and the historic plantation home, Chatham.

Click here to read about more things to do in Fredericksburg.

Spotsylvania Courthouse Historic District

Spotsylvania County is known as “the crossroads of the Civil War,” with the Spotsylvania Courthouse being the site of one of the bloodies fights of the war. The Battle of the Spotsylvania Court House marked the start to the fall of the Confederacy. Today, the Spotsylvania Courthouse District is designated as a Virginia Historic Landmark and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

Walk along the brick sidewalks lined with trees. Take some time to learn about the historic significance of the Spotsylvania Courthouse, Spotsylvania County Museum, Spotsylvania Jail 1855 and more, all located within this historic district.

Click here to read about more things to do in Spotsylvania.

Virginia Spirits Month

September is Virginia Spirits Month

The month of September offers plenty to do near Lake Anna. The summer season is winding down, so many spend their last few weeks on the lake’s shores and in the water. Between the watersports and outdoor activities, take some time to explore Central Virginia’s local distilleries during Virginia Spirits Month.

About Virginia Spirits Month

In Virginia, September is designated as Virginia Spirits Month. The month-long holiday is dedicated to educating consumers and travelers about Virginia’s distilled spirits.

“Virginia is the birthplace of American spirits, and our 70 licensed distilleries are a part of the fastest growing sector of the beverage business,” says Governor Ralph Northam. “September is the ideal time to celebrate the rich history and important economic impact of this vital industry.”

Celebrate Virginia Spirits Month near Lake Anna by visiting one of the local distilleries or by having a drink made with Virginia spirits. Virginia Spirits Month will also include festivals, complimentary tastings, cocktail workshops and more throughout the state.

Distilleries near Lake Anna

Virginia is home to several small-batch distilleries, with many in the Central Virginia region. A. Smith Bowman Distillery in Fredericksburg, Belle Isle Craft Spirits in Richmond, Belmont Farm Distillery in Culpeper, Cirrus Vodka in Richmond, James River Distillery in Richmond, Reservoir Distillery in Richmond, Virago Spirits in Richmond and Vitae Spirits in Charlottesville are all on the Virginia Spirits Trail.

Click here to read more about breweries, wineries and distilleries near Lake Anna.

Virginia Spirits Month Events

The Virginia Spirits Roadshow will be at several venues less than an hour from Lake Anna, including the Virginia War Memorial in Richmond and A. Smith Bowman Distillery in Fredericksburg, throughout the month of September.

More Information about Virginia Spirits Month

For more information about Virginia Spirits Month, visit VirginiaSpirits.org. There, you can also find a full map of distilleries across Virginia, as well as other events.

Top 5 September Events near Lake Anna

Here are our top five events happening near Lake Anna during September.

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Mark Your Calendar for these September Events near Lake Anna

The month of September is full of fun and exciting events near Lake Anna. Whether you’re searching for family-friendly events, food and drink events, live music or free festivals, you’ll have plenty of options to choose from. Be sure to pick up the Lake Anna Guide for even more events throughout the year.

Top 5 September Events near Lake Anna

Here are our top five events happening near Lake Anna during September.

Virginia Spirits Month

In Virginia, September is designated as Virginia Spirits Month. The month-long holiday is dedicated to educating consumers and travelers about Virginia’s distilled spirits.

“Virginia is the birthplace of American spirits, and our 70 licensed distilleries are a part of the fastest growing sector of the beverage business,” says Governor Ralph Northam. “September is the ideal time to celebrate the rich history and important economic impact of this vital industry.”

Celebrate Virginia Spirits Month near Lake Anna by visiting one of the local distilleries or by having a drink made with Virginia spirits.

Click here to read more about Virginia Spirits Month.

Click here to read about the distilleries near Lake Anna.

Sept. 7: Orange Street Festival

Spend the day in historic downtown Orange on Saturday, Sept. 7 during the Orange Street Festival. Now in its 44th year, this free event is perfect for the whole family. Browse over 200 vendors with an array of products, listen to live music and indulge in local food and drinks. The children will love the Kids Zone where they can take part in fun, educational activities.

Sept. 21: Wild Roots Music Festival

Introducing the Wild Roots Music Festival, the newest music festival to the Fredericksburg area. Listen to regional and national bands and musicians at this outdoor festival located at the Wilderness Presidential Resort. In addition to a full day of live music, attendees can also visit the craft beer garden, enjoy gourmet food trucks and take part in family-friendly activities.

Beginning Sept. 27: State Fair of Virginia

Head to Doswell for the State Fair of Virginia, a tradition since 1854. This family-friendly event features Virginia’s best animals and agriculture, as well as exhibits, shows, music, arts and crafts, competitions and more. Featured shows include Chinese acrobats, a drum band, stunt circus, Heritage Village Music series and more.

Sept. 28: Happy Fall, Y’all

Welcome in the fall season at Happy Fall, Y’all, a special event from the Mineral Farmer’s Market. On Saturday, Sept. 28, from 8 a.m.–2 p.m., shop an array of fall décor, goods, produce and more at this local market. There will be games for kids, an apple pie baking contest and apple pie eating contest as well.

Outdoor Dining near Lake Anna

Here are our favorite restaurants for outdoor dining near Lake Anna

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Best Restaurants for Outdoor Dining near Lake Anna

The warm weather near Lake Anna beckons you outside for a number of activities. Why not also enjoy a meal outside? Central Virginia has several restaurants that also offer outdoor seating on a charming patio.

Outdoor Dining near Lake Anna

Here are our favorite restaurants for outdoor dining near Lake Anna

Tim’s at Lake Anna

Have a meal right along the waters of Lake Anna at Tim’s at Lake Anna. The family-friendly waterfront restaurant in Mineral serves American cuisine and seafood with a scenic view of the lake. Order your seafood favorites, including fresh fish, crabs and more, along with burgers, sandwiches and steaks. Whether you dine inside or on the outdoor patio, you’re sure to enjoy your meal and the panoramic views of Lake Anna.

Anna Cabana Restaurant

For Sunday breakfast or weekly lunches and dinners, enjoy a meal along Joeys Creek in Lake Anna. Anna Cabana Restaurant is a casual restaurant with a large backyard perfect for having a meal under the sun or playing the yard games. Anna Cabana’s menu boasts plenty of seafood dishes, as well as salads and sandwiches. The Sunday breakfast menu comes complete with a Bloody Mary Bar.

Billiken’s BBQ Company

Billiken’s BBQ Company is family owned and operated. Find freshly smoked barbecue amounts along with homemade sides and sauces. In addition to offering some of the best barbecue in the area, Billiken’s Mineral location features outdoor seating overlooking Lake Anna. The restaurant is open year-round allowing you to satisfy your barbecue fix no matter what time of year you’re visiting Lake Anna.

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The Cove at Lake Anna

The Cove at Lake Anna boasts a full restaurant, bar and stage for live music. Spend an evening dining on American favorites and fresh seafood while overlooking Lake Anna. Then, head downstairs to Pirates Cove for live music and cornhole in the sand. The Cove has something to eat for every type of diner, for lunch or dinner, including entrees for your kids. The restaurant is an incredibly popular locale for happy hour as well.

North Anna Nuclear Information Center

Learn more about Lake Anna’s function as a cooling reservoir and how the power station works at the North Anna Nuclear Information Center.

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Learn More About What Makes Lake Anna Unique at the North Anna Nuclear Information Center

Lake Anna is unique as it is one of the largest freshwater inland reservoirs in Virginia. The lake is used to cool the nuclear power generating plants at the North Anna Nuclear Generating Station. Learn more about Lake Anna’s function as a cooling reservoir and how the power station works at the North Anna Nuclear Information Center.

About North Anna Nuclear Information Center

Dominion Energy’s Nuclear Information Center at North Anna is a popular attraction among visitors to Lake Anna and field trip destination for local students. Since opening in 1988, over 100,000 visitors have visited the Information Center to explore the exhibits and learn more about Dominion Energy.

Located in Louisa County, along the shores of Lake Anna, the state-of-the-art Information Center boasts free interactive exhibits.

North Anna Nuclear Information Center Exhibits

The Information Center boasts several interactive and educational exhibits based on the Virginia Science Standards of Learning. These free programs can teach all ages about sources of energy, electricity and nuclear power. Experience more than 10 exhibits at the Information Center.

The exhibits focus not only on nuclear energy, but also environmental stewardship, worldwide energy demand, magnets and electrical circuits, energy sources and radiation. Visitors can discover their carbon footprint and explore ways to reduce it in today’s world.

Use your muscle power to transform your energy into electrical energy. Learn hot people and society impact our world and what is being done to minimize the impact through conservation and preservation. Understand how electricity travels from the power station to homes and industries.

More Information About the North Anna Nuclear Information Center

The North Anna Nuclear Information Center is located at 1022 Haley Drive, Mineral.

Groups are welcome and should make advance reservations to ensure quality and availability of programs. For more information on the North Anna Nuclear Information Center, visit DominionEnergy.com

Hours

The North Anna Nuclear Information Center is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m.–4 p.m. The Information Center is closed on weekends and major holidays.

Kings Dominion

Family fun, thrilling rides, entertaining shows and more are just a short drive away at Kings Dominion.

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Experience All the Fun at Kings Dominion

Lake Anna is conveniently located to a number of Central Virginia’s most popular activities and attractions. No matter what time of year, there’s never a bad time to visit one of Virginia’s premier themed amusement parks, Kings Dominion. The park is less than an hour from Lake Anna, meaning family fun, thrilling rides, entertaining shows and more are just a short drive away at Kings Dominion.

About Kings Dominion

Kings Dominion is a 400-acre amusement park boasting over 60 rides, shows and attractions for all ages. A family-friendly theme park, Kings Dominion is home to Planet Snoopy where kids can enjoy shows and activities starring Snoopy and the whole PEANUTS™ gang. The park also boasts a water park that is covered with the regular admission to Kings Dominion. Kings Dominion is the only theme park in Virginia to offer two parks in one.

Kings Dominion Rides

The park has 20 rides designed specifically for families to enjoy together. These rides offer thrills for all sizes and ages. Kids will love twisting, turning and zipping on these rides alongside you. The park also has classic amusement park rides, including a carousel. Let the little ones have some fun designed just for them at Planet Snoopy.

Thrill seekers will love Kings Dominion as one of the East Coast’s largest collections of adrenaline-pumping roller coasters. Among the 12 coasters is Twisted Timbers, a hybrid roller coaster combining steel and wood to create a breathtaking experience. Twisted Timbers is the first of its kind in the mid-Atlantic. Intimidator 305 is one of the tallest and fastest coasters on the East Coast. Plummet 90 miles per hour down an 80-degree angle on this hair-raising ride.

Kings Dominion rides

Kings Dominion Shows

When you need a break from all of the rides, catch one of Kings Dominion’s exciting shows, all included with park admission. This world-class live entertainment includes shows for kids at the PEANUTS Playhouse, live music for all ages and much more. Many of Kings Dominion’s shows are year-round but each season brings new entertainment that you won’t want to miss.

Soak City at Kings Dominion

Beat the heat during summertime by visiting Soak City—Kings Dominion’s water park. Make a splash at the 20-acre water park, included with your park admission. Explore the expansive Splash Island, where kids, parents and teens alike can have some fun. Race down water rides and slides, including the thrilling Paradise Plunge.

For a more relaxing experience, float along the lazy river or relax under a cabana. Once you’ve had enough fun in the water, dry off on a high-speed roller coaster.

Kings Dominion Events

Kings Dominion is home to a number of seasonal events and more that bring a range of experiences to the park.

When summer ends, a new season of fun begins with our immersive Halloween events. During the day, the little ones can enjoy the Great Pumpkin Fest at Planet Snoopy for scare-free fall fun. When darkness descends upon the park, fear rises as hundreds of monsters take over the park for Halloween Haunt. The bloodcurdling horror and nightmarish madness of Halloween Haunt entails more than 400 monsters roaming the midways. Brave guests will venture through mazes and outdoor scare zones and enjoy frightfully fun live shows all free with park admission.

The holiday season comes to life at Kings Dominion’s WinterFest! The park is magically transformed into a winter wonderland full of enchantment and holiday cheer with millions of lights, festive shows, activities and even a 300-foot tall Christmas tree!

Kings Dominion Admission

There are several admission options for Kings Dominion. Those interested in visiting several times throughout the year should consider purchasing a Season Pass. Daily tickets and group tickets are also available.

Daily admission tickets are $45. Bundles and additional passes can also be purchased for seasonal events and attractions.

Get more out of your Kings Dominion admission by purchasing an add-on. Save with the Drink & Dining Deals, skip the lines with a Fast Lane add-on, get unlimited digital pictures with the Funpix add-on or take advantage of the cabana rentals at Soak City. All this can be purchased when you buy your regular admission tickets to Kings Dominion.

More Information about Kings Dominion

Kings Dominion is located at 16000 Theme Park Way, Doswell.

For more information about Kings Dominion, visit KingsDominion.com

Labor Day Weekend 2019

Here are some events and activities happening Labor Day weekend near Lake Anna.

Things to Do Labor Day Weekend near Lake Anna

Labor Day is the unofficial end to summer. The holiday, honoring the American labor movement, is a day off work for many in the country. This may be one of the last chances to hit the lake with the whole family before the kids go back to school. Celebrate with a long weekend of fun or leisurely events and activities near Lake Anna.

Labor Day Weekend Events near Lake Anna

Here are some events and activities happening Labor Day weekend near Lake Anna

Send Off Summer with Wine and Music

Raise one last glass to the memories you’ve made this summer at Lake Anna Winery’s End of Summer Jam on Saturday, Aug. 31. From 6–10 p.m., the winery will feature live music from Richmond band Spectrum, along with food from Catch the Chef. Tickets for the event include a souvenir glass.

Click here to read more about Lake Anna Winery.

Indulge at a Pig Roast

Some like to barbecue and grill over Labor Day weekend, but Tim’s at Lake Anna celebrates the holiday with a Pig Roast. From Friday, Aug. 30 to Monday, Sept. 2, enjoy roasted pig, cooked on site, and a meal on lake-front restaurant’s expansive outdoor seating area. Live entertainment will perform all weekend long.

Spend the Day at Lake Anna State Park

Spend your long weekend camping, hiking, fishing, swimming and more at Lake Anna State Park. Lake Anna State Park is the perfect place for outdoor adventure or relaxation. The park has over 15 miles of trails, sandy beaches, scenic waterways and more. Pan for gold, take a guided walk and spot wildlife, or simply relax on the beach.

Click here to read more about Lake Anna State Park.

Explore Historic Montpelier

Just because the kids have a long weekend, doesn’t mean they can’t have an educational experience. Visit James Madison’s Montpelier, a historic home in Orange County, Virginia. Montpelier stands as a memorial and American history museum to James Madison and the enslaved people. On Sunday, Sept. 1, take a free Historic Landscape Tour of Montpelier’s grounds. Learn how the property became a trove of champion trees and one-of-a-kind plantings.

Visit the Farmers Market

Stock up on fresh summer produce by visiting one of the area’s farmers markets. When you visit a local farmers market, you’re not only getting the best local goods but also supporting area growers. The Spotsylvania Farmers Market will be at the Gordon Road Commuter Lot on Saturday, Aug. 31 from 8 a.m.–1 p.m. There you can find an array of seasonal fruits and vegetables, as well as meat, seafood, eggs, cheese, bread, plants and more.

Click here to read more about the farmers markets near Lake Anna.

Browse Beautiful Sunflowers

Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 31–Sept. 1 will be the last weekend of Liberty Mills’ inaugural Sunflower Festival. Browse 30 different varieties of sunflowers across five acres. These sunflowers range in color, size and shape. Take some home to create a beautiful bouquet. The event will also feature live music, homemade ice cream, area vendors and food trucks, and much more.

It’s always hard to say farewell to summer, but a weekend getaway to Lake Anna is the perfect send off.