When traveling through Columbia & Montour counties you can’t help but notice the abundance of farms and Amish homesteads that dot the landscape with rustic barns and abundant livestock.
Agritourism has become a year round visitor past time in Columbia & Montour Counties. We would also like you to take note that many of our local eating establishments feature locally grown/raised items on their menus.
Our region offers a veritable cornucopia of agritourism choices! In Columbia & Montour Counties you can find an organic farm market, a hard cider winery, Red Deer herds, corn mazes, an alpaca farm and even maple sugaring tours. In season, you can pick your own blueberries, strawberries, apples or pumpkins. Start a family, holiday tradition and visit the many Christmas Tree farms that call Columbia & Montour Counties their home!
Agritourism Guide Available!
The Columbia-Montour Visitors Bureau worked with the Susquehanna River Valley Visitors Bureau to produce a full-color agritourism map – your resource for locating farm fresh foods, value-added products and agritourism experiences throughout the Valleys of the Susquehanna 5-county region. In this guide you’ll find opportunities to explore the beauty and bounty of the region, from farm stands and farmers markets to wineries and pick-your-own farms. Whether you’re on the hunt for a specific product or taking your time to explore the countryside, this guide will help you find what you are looking for!
Articles we published on Agritourism include:
- Where There’s a Wool, There’s a Way – Alpaca Farm (PDF)
- Family Traditions – Choosing & Cutting your Own Christmas Tree (PDF)
- A…Maze…Ing! – Fall at Rohrbach’s Farm Market (PDF)
- Liquid Sunshine – Maple Sugaring at PPL Montour Preserve (PDF)
- The Art of Making Hard Apple Cider – Colonel Ricketts Hard Cider Winery (PDF)