7 Farmer’s Markets To Explore In Bloomsburg/Danville PA

One very good trend that has emerged during 2020 is the increase in home cooking, and the trend towards healthier eating. Due to economics and the pandemic, eating healthy and finding fresh foods has never been more popular. It is very much worth your time to explore these 7 farmer’s markets in Bloomsburg/Danville PA.

And you will be amazed to discover just how many produce and farmers’ markets there are within a short drive of your stay at The Inn at Turkey Hill!

  1. Briar Creek Farms, Inc.
    Briar Creek is a family-owned business featuring produce, jams, breads, dairy, and plants. They are known for their freshness, and pocketbooks everywhere love their prices! They post weekly specials on both their Facebook page and their website.
    1017 E 7th St, Bloomsburg, PA 17815    (570)784-0507
    Open Mon-Fri 6-3, Sat 6-1
  2. Drums Produce
    Drums has been cultivating premium fruits, vegetables, and herbs for over 37 years. Their knowledgeable staff will help you pick the right produce for your needs. Located just 1.2 miles from the Bloomsburg Municipal Airport, they are open 7 days a week, 10-5. Visit their Facebook page for daily specials.
    164 River Hill Drive, Bloomsburg, PA 17815     (570) 784-3396
  3. Forks Farm Market
    Started 25 years ago by John and Todd Hopkins, Forks Farm is a working farm and market specializing in pasture raised chickens, turkey, grass-fed beef and lamb, woodlot pork, and pastured free-range eggs. Due to their farming hours, their market is open on certain dates, but they accept orders almost everyday of the week. Call or email to schedule a date/time.
    299 Covered Bridge Road, Orangeville, PA 17859      (570) 683-5820
  4. Klinger’s Farm
    Klinger’s offers sustainable farming with limited use of pesticides. Spring-onion sets, seed potatoes, seed vegetable plants, herbs, perennials, flowers. During summer, expect fresh vegetables, corn, and tomatoes. In the fall, look forward to apples, cider, and pumpkins.Their greenhouse is open from April-June, Mon-Sa: 8-6, Sun 10-5, and their roadside produce stand is open Thurs-Sun 8-5 from June-Oct.
    575 Ringtown Mt. Road, Catawissa, PA 17820     (570) 799-5315
  5. Rohrbach’s Farm Market 
    Grass and grain fed beef, pick your own strawberries, cherries, and pumpkins. Many locally sourced items.Rohrbach’s is featuring fall décor including pumpkins, gourds, corn stalks and more. Enjoy Rohrbach’s apple dumplings, pumpkin roll and seasonal delights with apples, apple cider and apple cider slushies! Their Corn Maze runs through the end of October. Hours: Mon-Fri 10-7, Sat 9-7.
    240 Southern Drive, Catawissa, PA 17820     (570) 356-7654
  6. Ferry Street Grower’s Market
    The Ferry Street Growers’ Market is a non-profit organization formed to promote local Pennsylvania agriculture through the sale of locally grown or produced farm food and goods from a variety of local vendors, each with their own booth at the market. The market is open May 9- Nov 21, 2020.
    488 Ferry Street, Danville, PA 17821    (570) 939-1528
  7. Ponduce Farms

    Ponduce Farms describes their operation as an “agri-entertainment venture”, a hybrid term describing their melding of various entertainment initiatives with their family farming outfit. In addition to the farm, they have their own farmer’s market, restaurant, gift shop, and banquet hall. The restaurant is open Thurs-Sun 11-6. The farm, tree farm and market hours vary, call for up to date information, or email them.
    270 White Church Rd., Elysburg, PA 17824     (570) 799-5888.

Including both our Farmhouse Restaurant and Turkey Hill Brewing, many of our area eateries and chefs support our communities by utilizing locally sourced produce and ingredients.We also provide all inn guests our complimentary hot breakfast every day, which you can enjoy as a dine-in inside or outside, or as a take-away to be enjoyed within your room. Call (570) 387-1500 to reserve your room, or book online today. And please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.

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