I saw their ad on TV a few weeks ago and thought this might be a fun place to take my daughters for the day. It was a cool fall day, and not too busy, but vendors tell me it gets a lot more crowded in the warmer weather. The produce and baked goods quality and prices are fantastic; there are many excellent lunch choices -- ribs, bbq chicken and pulled pork are the best options. We enjoyed pulled pork sandwiches for lunch and one daughter had a "spud boat" (potato, pulled pork, cheese sauce) that looked pretty good. The fried dough offered by a vendor in the center area, fresh roasted peanuts close-by and the homemade perogies at a stand near the produce building smelled great. There are many craft vendors selling primitives, not my taste and apparently not for many others as these shops seemed empty. I bought a small cherry, handmade table, excellent quality for a very reasonable price and my eldest daughter was thrilled with the produce she purchased. There's a good quality butcher (no antibiotics or hormones) I'll be ordering from this week. I wasn't too thrilled with all the dogs that visitors bring, but my daughters were happy to see and pet some of them. The dogs were well behaved and their owners were responsible and friendly. It would be challenging to navigate the area in a wheel chair, but I did see one woman using a scooter with no problem. Everyone working is friendly, chatty and helpful.
A few miles north, there's Oak Hill Bulk Foods, a bulk & home made food store that is well worth a visit too. We found some interesting snack foods, spices, baking ingredients and other products at excellent prices.