Kunes Farm, 917 Keewayden Road, Frenchville, PA 16836, (814) 263-4638 - Apples, yum. There's something rejuvenating about seeing your favorite snack's path from beginning to end. At Kunes Farm, apples are harvested onsite, washed, sorted then sold. Be sure to ask about the Keewayden Hard Cider. Open Mid July - Mid November from 10am - 5pm
Every Saturday in March Parker Dam State Park harvests maple for maple syrup. This is a great way to learn the entire process behind maple syrup.
Dream Catchers Farm & Fiber Mill, 913 McClarren Road, (814) 339-7347, West Decatur, PA 16878 -When it comes to Alpaca farms, Dream Catchers farm & fiber Mill takes you to the next level. Meet & greet the alpacas. Tammy will show you how the fiber is taken from the animal and turned into the finished product. You will enjoy the beauty of nature, the angelic behavior of the animal & the endless opportunities to create items (clothing, scarves, hats, gloves, socks, etc.) through the blending, dying, spinning, knitting and weaving of the fur. You’re guaranteed to leave Dream Catchers Farm with a new appreciation for the alpaca. Open early spring through ate fall. Call ahead for appointment (814) 339-7347.
Bee Kind Winery, 525 Carbon Mine Road, Clearfield, Pa 16830, (814) 762-8210-Nestled comfortably alongside the Susquehanna River in the heart of the Pennsylvania Wilds. Surrounded by gardens of Irises, Hostas, and other flowering perennials, the magnificent locale of the Winery inspires us every day to make wine that reflects the beauty of the land itself. You can hike, paddle or bike to this winery to try your choice of nearly 20 wines. Open year round Friday - Sunday or by appointment.
Tammy's Garden, 21 Electric Avenue, Clearfield, PA 16830, (814) 765-2566- Enjoy the peaceful country atmosphere of a true garden center while shopping at Tammy’s Garden in Clearfield. Tammy and her staff have 25 years of experience and new ideas to offer anyone with a green thumb. A full service garden center that pot and plant specialty annuals and have one of the area’s most complete perennial selections. Groups: Let Tammy and her staff give you a tour and then get hands- on experience by potting your own plant to take home.
Starr Hill Vineyard & Winery, 861 Bailey Road, Curwensville, PA 16833, (814) 236-0910 - Located in Curwensville owner Ken Starr learned the art of wine making from his father in 1952. He started making his own wine in 1977 and now four generations of wine makers are bottling the largest selection of wine in the county. While at Starr Hill you can visit the gift shop featuring Polish pottery, taste one of their many wines and take a tour of the entire wine making product. Open year round Monday - Friday.
A great add-on to this itinerary would be to complete the Groundhog Wine Trail. Visit the website for a complete listing of participants http://groundhogwinetrail.com/
Aletta's greenhouse is open year round. This is a great place to get your fresh produce and learn the skills of being a horticulturist.