Paulus Farm Market Mechanicsburg
Where are we going today?
Visit our farmily owned and operated real farm! Our friendly farm animals are here year-round for you to enjoy. Pet and feed many of them. Visit our market for the freshest produce, homeraised beef, freshly frozen meals, homemade soups and deli items. Our in-house bakery makes fresh pies, whoopies, cakes, cookies and more on a daily basis. We also carry Hall's homemade ice cream cups for your enjoyment. Our greenhouse flowers and plants are a hit in the spriing and summer as are our fall mums. We host special events for mother's day and father's day as well as flower picking specials, u-pick pumpkins, fall hay rides, pumpkin chunking and all sorts of fun fall activities.
How much does it cost?
- AdultsAdmission charged September-December
- Children$4 per person all ages 1 and up
- Free Under: under 1 FREE
When can we go?
Spring, Summer and Fall M-F 9-7 Sat. 9-5 Sun. 11-4
Open all year with limited hours in winter Th, F 9-5 Sat. 9-3
Our field trips are outstanding! Hands-on, genuine farm experience. Learn where food comes from by visiting our children's garden, planting, picking, pulling apart plants. Feed and Pet the nice variety of farm animals. Dig in the dirt and harvest in the fall. Visit our bakery (get a cookie), take a hayride, pick pumpkins and gourds and visit the market. End your tour with time to play in our fall fun fort and hay play. .
Homemade baked goods, fresh deli items, homemade barbeque, homemade soups, freshly frozen take and make meals, homeraised beef, milk, eggs, bread, noodles, jams, sauerkraut, applesauce, honey, unique sausages and fresh, local produce. Hall's homemade, local ice cream cups too! .
Enjoy our homegrown produce! Our homeraised beef is all-natural and freshly frozen for you. Our own honey is a great choice. .
Any Top Tips?
When coming to visit our animals and join the summer flower picking or fall fun, please wear play clothes and old shoes or boots. This is a real farm and it can get dirty! We think that's part of the fun-as long as you are prepared and dress appropriately. A little dirt on you is the sign of a good day on the farm! Animal visiting is best during cooler days in spring or fall. Bring quarters for the feed machines and a few dollars to buy other food for the animals. If coming to cut flowers, bring your own clippers-we have some you can borrow, but yours are probably nicer!.
We have a changing pad in our restroom. Washing stations are also available. .
Can I get one of those?
Tractor Mac books, farm coloring books, locally crafted Meadowbrooke gourds, hand painted pumpkins (fall) and handmade beeswax ornaments and Nativity pieces.