Culpeper, VA

Everyone in Virginia Should Visit this Epic Amish Market At Least Once

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Amish communities began to form in Virginia as far back as the late 1800s. Today, there are still a few thriving and located along the borderlands of the northern and central region, you’ll find one of Virginia's best Amish markets located within the town of Culpeper.
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The store is filled with an amazing variety of Amish goods. You'll find everything from old-fashioned candy and freshly baked goods to hand-crafted windchimes and holiday decor. This is one market that every Virginian needs to visit at least once, keep reading to learn more.

The Ole Country Store and Bakery is a family-owned business that opened in 2009 with a mission to supply the community with a one-stop shop filled with pantry staples, mouthwatering eats, and local wares.
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It did not take long for this market to quickly become a local favorite. Ole Country Store has even gone on to win the Best Sandwich and Best Deli awards in Culpeper several times.

If you plan on visiting, be sure to set aside at least an hour or two to browse the wide selection of bulk items. From jams to spices, coffee, bread, and pasta, you could easily cross off most of your grocery items here.
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Ole Country Store is also a wonderful place to satisfy your sweet tooth. The bakery here offers everything from fresh homemade pies to cookies, muffins, and even its own creamery.

So whether you are looking to grab a few groceries, enjoy a delicious lunch, or score some amazing baked goods, be sure to hit up this old-fashioned Amish market.

The Ole Country Store is open every day of the week from 6:45 am until 6 pm and from 7 am until 5 pm on Saturday. The market is closed on Sundays. To learn more about their offerings, be sure to visit their official site here.

Address: 18019 Country Store Dr, Culpeper, VA 22701.

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