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Hometown Farmers Market, Tamaqua

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TripAdvisor
  • I have been going here for years. This place has everything you could imagine. The fresh produce stands are probably the busiest. It's only open on a Wednesday. Parking can be quite a challenge, but i...  more »
  • Fresh from the farms produce. A bit out of my way but look for Kenny Stehr & Sons of Pitman specifically since they no longer set up in Ashland (Please reconsider. It's missed!) Much to sample but I u...  more »
  • Randy Miller Charms Farm is fantastic. Their stuffed chicken breasts,pork pinwheel and stuffed pork chops are not to be missed. Always find amazing berries and bananas. Have a few favorite crafters Ru...  more »
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  • Wednesday only! Great variety of market/yard sale and collectable goods. Cheap fresh vegetables. Good, fairly priced food vendors.
  • No place better for farm to table grocery and amish treats. Antiques and yard sale treasures are perfect for any designer or decorator.. We try and visit weekly.. Love it!
  • This is a great place for produce. Very good prices. Also the usual flea market stuff.
  • A half decent farmer's/flea market. Open year round, in a much more rural area than you would expect. Some vendors are a overpriced compared to all kinds of regular stores (when it comes to produce/butchers). Often makes you wonder how some can sell directly to some chain stores, and then operate a little store of their own and still charge much more than what the regular store charges. You would think if your getting it more direct you could usually get those types of things cheaper than the regular store. Some vendors at least here do charge less (not like at some other "farmers markets"). And when things warm up a teeny tiny bit they can get quite a number of more vendors out in the little pavilions and general parking lot.
  • This is THE place to go for produce in central Pennsylvania. There are plenty of places to eat and lots of other merchandise you would expect to find at a farmers market.