Farm Routes celebrates Centre County's beautiful land and scenery, rich agricultural heritage and delicious, local food — plus, wine, beer and ciders.
FREE Farm Routes map-guides help connect our community and visitors to people who work the land.
Our guides link farm-stores, farmers markets, wineries, cideries, local foods eateries and preserved farms into driving routes.
Use the guides to help you explore all the flavors and vistas of our country corridors.
Visit as many stops as you would like:
• 1 or even all 16 on Route 1.
• 1 or even all 14 on Route 2.
• 1 or even all 18 on Route 3.
Go when you want. Go as many days as you would like. Any special discounts and promotions end Oct. 31.
But our gorgeous country roads are open year-round.
Get out the Map! Let's Go!
Get to Know the Hands and Lands that Feed Us!
Funding for the Farm Routes project was provided, in part, through a grant made possible by The Happy Valley Adventure Bureau and the Centre County Board of Commissioners.
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Town & Country
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Ridges & Valleys
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