Go on a farmland adventure with Discover Lancaster’s mobile passport

Discover Lancaster's free mobile passport lets you check in at stops around the county.

There are many things that make Lancaster special, and at the top of the list is the county’s vast and preserved farmland just minutes from Lancaster City. The produce, meats, and cheeses produced from Lancaster County farms have put Lancaster on the map and contribute to making our local markets and farm-to-table restaurants must-visit destinations.

To celebrate the beauty of our community, Discover Lancaster has launched the Farm Adventure Trail—a free mobile passport that allows you to check in at farm-to-table restaurants, roadside stands, farm-themed attractions, and preserved farms for special offers through November 3.

They invite you to visit some of these featured local favorites and find the full list of participating businesses by downloading your own adventure passport.

Corn Cob Acres

191 College Avenue, Mountville

Hosting more than 40 activities, adventures, and games, Corn Cob Acres is a unique way to create special memories and celebrate the seasons. With so much to do, it is a destination for a full day of farmtastic family fun.

Lemon Street Market

241 West Lemon Street, Lancaster

Lemon Street Market is a full-service grocery store in Lancaster City with a focus on sustainable and healthy living, stocking many direct from the farm and local producers’ items. Open seven days a week, including a kitchen that serves coffee, tea, espresso, fresh juices, smoothies, and takeout items.

Kauffman Orchards

3097 Old Philadelphia Pike, Bird in Hand

A family-owned fruit farm and market that has proudly served the Lancaster area since 1915, Kauffman Orchards offers a cornucopia of in-season produce plus ingredients of all kinds for tasty creations. They even have their very own beehive onsite with a wide selection of honey. Pick your own apples, peaches, pears, pumpkins, and more, or visit in the fall to explore their three-acre corn maze.

Oregon Dairy

2900 Oregon Pike, Lititz

Jump aboard The Barnyard Express Train Ride to enjoy a beautiful tour of the family dairy farm at Oregon Dairy where you’ll meet the dairy herd, visit friendly farm animals, feed the goats, and learn about the importance of farming. Oregon Dairy also features a restaurant, ice cream shoppe, deck, and playground.

Preserving our heritage

Discover Lancaster has partnered intentionally over the past three years with Lancaster Farmland Trust to highlight the essential role that local farmland plays in the tourism experience of Lancaster County.

With the launch of Discover Lancaster’s Farm Adventure Trail and the relaunch of the Ice Cream Trail, there will be an option for users to donate directly to the Farmland Trust. This collaboration aims to preserve the picturesque landscapes and agricultural heritage that attract nearly 10 million visitors to the Lancaster area each year. 

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