Planning a trip to the market?

Planning a trip to the market?

Find the answers to some of our visitors most common questions.

When do the goats go up on the roof?

The goats head up onto the roof during the May long-weekend and stay up until late October. During this time the goats are up there 24/7 tending to the grass and entertaining visitors from all over.

When are you open?

The Old Country Market and grounds are open every day (including holidays) from early March to the end of December. Our various restaurants and departments have differing hours, click below for details.

Can I go on the roof?

For safety reasons visitors are not allowed on the roof of the Old Country Market.

Where do the goats go during the off season?

The goats spend their winters on a farm in nearby French Creek.

Are dogs allowed at the Market?

Yes, we love having your four-legged friends visit with us as well! They are welcome in all our outdoor areas and ice cream shop’s patio. There is a grassy area at the back parking lot of the property, perfect for picnics and breaks for your dogs on road trips. However, only guide and service dogs are allowed inside our restaurants and the main Market building, as it has food preparation inside.

Where can I park?

Parking is available in front of and behind the main market and can be accessed by turning onto our driveway from the highway. In addition we have a large forested parking area located at the end of the driveway past the main buildings, this area offers shade and is ideal for RVs and large vehicles.