Looking for Fall Activities? Stop by This Spring City Market
It’s the first day of fall, which means you’re probably dusting off your spooky decor. What’s fall without a fresh pumpkin? You’ll find markets at every corner of the state showing off their fresh autumn-themed offerings. If you’re looking for a quaint spot to stop and get into the spirit, check out this market for fall activities.
Fall Activities at Dutch Country Market
Blink and you’ll miss the Dutch Country Market along Route 724. It’s a small business with all the things you need to satisfy your fall needs.
You can get gourds, flowers, corn stalks, and of course—pumpkins. It’s the quintessential Instagram spot for people who love fall but hate being on farms.
All kidding aside, there are fall activities for kids such as a tractor ride and a corn maze. You can also wheel a wagon around to hunt for the biggest—or strangest—pumpkin you can find.
Inside the main building is a small but bustling market. The cafe serves ice cream, coffee (from Twin Valley Coffee), fresh produce, snacks, desserts, and more! There’s something for everyone’s taste buds.
Since we suburban Philadelphia folks don’t live in the middle of farm country. We can get a little Lancaster County from Dutch Country Market.
So if you need fall activities ideas, check out this market!