Frog Hollow Farm

Address: 401 Frogtown Road, Kintnersville, PA 18930    Reservation Line: 610.847.FROG (3764)

Farmers Markets & Village Shops

Fresh produce, flea markets, quaint stores and outlets are plentiful in our area. Here are the major ones:



Trauger’s Farm Market A combination produce stand and convenience store with lots of seasonal specials and friendly family service. Pick your own strawberries or pumpkins in season. Great baked goods, pies, snacks, teas, pickled relishes, jams and preserves, fresh flowers and wonderful fruit and gift baskets are available. Support one of the last of the true family farms in the country.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAScenically located over a wooded bridge between the Delaware Canal and Delaware River about four miles away on River Road (Rte. 611) in Kintnersville. 610-847-5702



Ottsville Farmers Market

Ottsville Farmers’ Market – Local farmers & artisans offering fresh & organic produce, preserves, baked goods & crafts. Appearances by guest chefs & musicians.Held Fridays 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm from late April to mid-October. Located minutes away at Linden Hill Gardens, Rt 611, Ottsville. Contact Kristin Perry


Peddler's VillagePeddler’s Village – About half an hour’s drive south on Rt. 611 to Rt. 413 to Rt. 202 to Lahaska, this unique collection of quaint shops and restaurants deserves a day of its own on your schedule. An 18th-century countryside complex, featuring over 70 shops, eight restaurants, landscaped gardens and year-round festivals and craft shows. Enjoy the Strawberry Fest in the Spring, the storefront scarecrows in the Fall,  the handbell choir at holiday time, and the outlet village across Rt. 202. 215-794-4000


Quakertown Farmers MarketQuakertown Farmer’s Market – Known locally as “Q-Mart,” it’s a year-round mix of produce and seasonal flea markets, with indoor and outdoor merchandise booths featuring local meats, poultry & seafood, bakeries nuts & candy, pickles, coffee & tea, ice cream, cigars, lottery tickets, clothing, specialty T shirts & sweatshirts, leather, jewelry, watches, marked down perfumes, rare coins, comics and magazines, incense & candles, sports collectables, furniture & rugs, auto supplies, tools, cellular supplies and various other bric -a‘-brac shops too numerous to categorize. And of course throughout  the mart are ethnic restaurants (Asian  Cuban  Greek) and snack stands. Open Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m-9 p.m.; Sunday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. There is even a large discount supermarket, a pet/pet supplies store and a nursery – all open during the week as well as the weekends, Another place you can spend an hour or 1/2 of  a day, depending on your tastes. About 20 minutes away at 201 Station Road in Quakertown. 215-536-4115.







Our B&B’s go to produce stand- J.G. Produce (stand 250) part of the 225,000 sq ft of Q Mart


Rice's Market


Rice’s Market – Bucks County’s oldest and largest market. Five hundred vendors selling everything from antiques to zucchini. Open year-round Tuesday from 7 a.m.-1:30 p.m.; and March-December, Saturday from 7 a.m.-1:30 p.m. 6326 Greenhill Road, New Hope, (215) 297-5993