The rolling farms and fields in the Pocono Mountains aren’t just part of the scenery: they’re a vital part of the community and provide delicious, fresh ingredients for local restaurants, farm-to-table dining spots, seasonal market days and farm stores as well as meaningful and memorable tours for visitors. Make some time during your vacation to learn about where your food comes from and stop by a Poconos farmers market! From lavender farms to alpaca farms to Pocono Christmas tree farms, there is so much green and growing goodness to discover.

Farmers Markets in the Poconos

Farmers Markets in the Poconos

Bring a basket and prepare to browse colorful stalls stocked with fresh fruits and vegetables during a farmers market Poconos day. The charming small towns in the area host events like the Hawley Farmer's Market in Hawley's Bingham Park and the Monroe Farmers Market in Courthouse Square in Stroudsburg. Typically open once a week during the warmer months, these markets feature a wide variety of local vendors selling produce, eggs, meat, dairy, baked goods, coffee, and much more. Keep an eye out for seasonal markets in Downtown Lehighton Borough Park and at The Cooperage Project in Honesdale as well.

Hawley Farmer's Market Jul 26

Hawley Farmer's Market

  • Recurring weekly on Friday

Stop by the Hawley Farmer’s Market for delicious fresh and local produce and more! Find all types of PA Preferred fresh and local produce in season. Items like microgreens, seasonal garden vegetables, cold brewed coffee, fresh eggs, meats…

Monroe Farmers Market Jul 27

Monroe Farmers Market

  • Recurring weekly on Saturday

The Monroe Farmers Market has been serving the Stroudsburg community for over 40 years and is still growing strong. The market offers quality produce, flowers, meats, baked goods, preserves, and much more from local farmers. Enjoy the…

Open year-round, the Village Farmer and Bakery in Delaware Water Gap is famous for its homemade pies, while Ritter's Farm Market in Lake Ariel has a greenhouse with pick-it-yourself strawberries, open in season. Stop by Hanna’s Farm Market in Pocono Lake to find a great selection of locally-sourced food and treats, perfect to take back to your campsite, cabin, or vacation rental to cook or eat.

Ritter's Farm Market

  • 991 Hamlin Highway
  • (570) 689-4105

Ritter's Farm Market works hard to deliver the freshest fruits and veggies along with…

Hanna's Farm Market

  • 811 Stoney Hollow Road
  • (570) 442-7045

Hanna's Farm Market is a family owned and operated, full-service farm market. Stop by to…


Unique Pocono Farm Tours

Unique Pocono Farm Tours

Want to walk the fields for yourself? Take a tour of local farms like Pocono Organics in Long Pond, PA, one of the largest Regenerative Organic vegetable farms in North America. Learn about the sustainable practices in place, explore the greenhouses, then get something to eat at the Pocono Organics Cafe, which features dishes dreamed up by a Chopped Champion Chef. Looking for flowers? Take pictures and stroll through the sweet-smelling rows of blooms, when in season, at Quiet Hills Lavender Farm and Paradise Lavender Farm.

Pocono Organics

  • 1015 Long Pond Road
  • (570) 646-1100

Pocono Organics is one of the largest Regenerative Organic Certified Farms in North…

Pocono Organics Cafe

  • 1015 Long Pond Road
  • (570) 664-8097

Looking for organic, farm to table meals? Pocono Organics’ Cafe offers a robust, organic…

Paradise Lavender Farm

  • 5822 Paradise Valley Road
  • (570) 269-8206

The mission of Paradise Lavender Farm is to create a place of peace and calm surrounded by…

If you love animals, don't miss the chance to meet some of the happy herds in the Poconos! Pohopoco Creek Alpacas is open by appointment for tours and farm stays, and they offer a shop stocked with goods like yarn, socks, and even felted soap, all made from alpaca fleece. Make an advance reservation to visit Spruce Ridge Reindeer Farm for an educational tour that will be fun for the whole family. Get to know the horses, cows, chickens, sheep, pigs, and more barnyard friends at Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm, where visitors can step back in time to learn about the agricultural cycle, livestock practices, social customs, and community celebrations of a typical Pennsylvania family farm in the 19th century.


Pocono Tree Farms and Maple Farms

Pocono Tree Farms and Maple Farms

Christmas tree farms in the Poconos are hots spots during the holiday season as families come to choose the perfect Christmas tree and find fresh greenery to deck the halls, but winter events are just the beginning. Plan a summer stop at Yenser's Tree Farm to take photos with fields of sunflowers or bring the kids out to visit the pumpkin patch in the autumn. Walker's Tree Farm is a great place to see the fall foliage and offers hay rides and a corn maze. For yet another unique forest and farm tour experience, discover the largest organic maple farm in Pennsylvania, Pocono Mountain Maple, where 24,000 trees a year are tapped to produce delicious syrup. Want to stay overnight in the midst of the peace and serenity? Book at stay at the Lake House at Lake Russell Maple at Bentlers Farm.

Yenser's Tree Farm

  • 1910 Mahoning Drive East
  • (570) 386-2073

Yenser's Tree Farm is a family run tree business that began in 1971 with the planting of…

Walker's Tree Farm

  • 308 Spruce Street
  • (610) 377-1829

Walker's Tree Farm is a fourth generation family-owned business that dates back to the…

Pocono Mountain Maple

  • 116 Secret Eagle Drive
  • (570) 499-8974

Pocono Mountain Farms is the largest organic maple farm in PA. They tap 24,000 trees a…


Whether you're shopping for fresh veggies or planning to spend a whole day learning on the land, Pocono farms and markets are must-visit stops during your trip. Don't forget to plan a meal at a farm-to-table restaurant to taste the delicious creations local chefs are crafting from the region's bounty!

Top