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Log Barn 1912, Armstrong

(1.7/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web)
Try and buy mouthwatering, locally made cuisine at Log Barn 1912. Established in 1995, the food store specializes in locally made meats, such as sausages and beef jerky, as well as pies, tarts, and condiments, such as caramel syrup and BBQ sauce. Surrounded by tree-filled hillside and evergreen plains, the shop also features sculptures of dinosaurs, including one of a tyrannosaurus rex pulling a wagon. Children will love observing the local goats; watch as they walk up a bridge and wait for food to be hoisted to them. Put Log Barn 1912 into our Armstrong trip itinerary planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Armstrong.
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  • On our last trip through this area a year ago we kept seeing the multiple billboards advertising all of the reasons people should stop at the Log Barn. Then as we drove by we vowed "Next time, we'll s...  more »
  • High prices and poor quality. To put it simple. A road side rip off in my opinion. And what is with there billboard advertising? Selling so called wholesome foods with sexually provocative advertising...  more »
  • This store is way over priced. They offer same products as other stores in the area and yet prices are triple or more.  more »
  • We are not too much into buying a lot of stuff, but if you're looking for stuff this place has it. What we enjoyed most of all here was the atmosphere that they provided and the scenery. The floral arrangements and Landscaping is tremendous here. We also enjoyed the goats walking across the bridge. That was pretty funny. It was an awesome place just to stop and take it easy for awhile and we certainly took a lot of pictures here.
  • The décor is amazing, bizarre, and intriguing. It's free to wander the goats/dinos/displays, but you pay in the prices of their products. Very friendly, and enthusiastic with samples. The in-house baked items are delicious, even if expensive. The music inside was loud (and religious at points). The most disappointing thing was the embarrassing bathroom. It was broken, non-wheelchair accessible, and lazy in its maintenance... Complete opposite of the rest of the place. Did I miss the real ones somewhere else? Also - La Cocina corn chips are thin and brittle. Tasty, but can't stand up to any salsa without snapping. Not worth $10, which I asked the cashier/manager if they would swear by. Can I get my $10 back?
  • This is a lovely place to stop when travelling in the area. Our kids loved feeding the goats. WATCHOUT: I bought a bottle of sauce for $11 and my card was charged an additional unauthorised $30! Two months later and numerous promises to refund the money, I still have not received anything. Hence we will not return next time we are in the area. I have warned family and friends. Has this happened to anyone else?
  • Cool place to stop. Lots of things to see. Great store but a little pricey but worth the stop
  • This place is great! The people working there are fantastic, and everything is delicious. We only wish we could have bought more, but it's a little pricey. The quality is high, though, so we knew it would be a little on the expensive side. The only thing we didn't like is that the final total does not come up on the debit machine, so you really don't know your total unless they tell you. The whole place is something to see, too. Great little roadside attraction for kids and adults, we'd go back in a second!