This Middle of Nowhere Amish Market is Worth the Drive from any Corner of Virginia

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If you have the weekend afternoon to spare, we highly recommend a trip out to Virginia's scenic Madison County where you will find relaxing country roads, beautiful mountains, and one of the state's best Amish markets. Keep reading to learn more.
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Yoder's Country Market is a wonderful day trip destination that offers a country market, an old-fashioned bakery, and a furniture store.

The market opened back in 1980 and has become known as a one-stop shop for all things fresh and delicious.
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Once you step inside you'll be met with a colorful sea of seemingly endless veggies and produce. The market also offers a fresh seafood, meat, and cheese counter filled with delectable options.
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But that's only the beginning. Yoder's is also home to a petting zoo, furniture store, and bakery.

The bakery here is an incredible chance to try a variety of different freshly baked items from a seasonal sandwich selection to all the Amish favorites including over 30 different types of pie. The bakery is also known for its donuts and some people make the trip for these sweet treats alone.
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Be sure to come extra hungry because the market also features a delicious buffet restaurant onsite that serves up an incredible all-day menu offering country cooking classics from biscuits and gravy to BBQ ribs and over 40 desserts and salad bar options.

You could easily spend an entire day at a place like Yoder's Country Market. So round up the kids and carve out a weekend because this destination is well worth the gas money.
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Yoder's is open every day of the week except Sundays from 7:30 am until 6 pm and closes at 5 pm on Saturdays. To learn more, be sure to check out their official website here or Facebook page here.

Address: 2105 S Seminole Trail, Madison, VA 22727.

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