Pakatakan Farmers Market

From mid-May through mid-October area farmers and artisans gather to share their creativity and bounty at the Pakatakan Farmers´┐Ż?? Market. Located at the historic Round Barn on Route 30 Halcottsville (approximately 5 miles north of Arkville/Margaretville) the market runs Saturdays from 9 a.m.-2 p.m.

Since its inception in 1991, the market has consistently been a popular shopping and socializing spot for locals residents, weekenders and even celebrities from near and far.

Among the many products featured at the market (depending on the season) are goods that are grown on local, organic and sustainable farms and crate farms. Items offered include: pasture-raised meats, trout, cheeses, breads as well as bedding plants for your garden and patio. Locally made indoor and outdoor furniture is also offered.

The market is a great place to enjoy breakfast or brunch, as there are many food vendors and picnic tables. Artisans also sell jewelry, soaps, quilts, wool, wood products and more. There is a holiday market in November. The Pakatakan Farmers´┐Ż?? Market is held rain or shine. Out of consideration for everyone, dogs are not allowed at the market. As always, admission is free.


Listing last updated on Jan 23, 2014

The Pakatakan Farmers' Market is located at the historic Round Barn on Route 30 near the Delaware County hamlet of Halcottsville, in the central Catskill Mountains. The market is five miles north of Margaretville / Arkville and eight miles south of Roxbury. The location is 50 miles west of Kingston on Route 28 (turn right at Arkville cutoff road—county Route 38); 45 miles southeast of Oneonta on Route 30; 35 miles south of Middleburgh on Route 30; and 40 miles north of the Route 17 exit at Roscoe.

Schedule and Location:

Round barn, Route 30
Saturday, 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

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It is downhome farm wares and produce that is brought in from the lush of the Catskills waters.

Fresh food, great people. A must for me on Saturday mornings. Also special is the wonderful garden installed in 2001 by the Common Ground Garden Club, which is carefully maintained by Neil Driscoll who sells his perennials at the market.

it has a fantastic blend of fresh produce, crafts, food vendors, and demonstrations of craft, music, etc.

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