Holiday 2020 Edition
Welcome to the
Hunterdon 579 Trail
Hunterdon County is rich in agricultural tradition with much of that centered on the historic County Road 579 corridor. We hope you’ll explore the abundance and variety of food and drink along this beautiful and rolling county road…. again and again!

Enjoy your travels!
Shop Along Hunterdon 579 Trail
Shop this holiday season along the trail. Many locations remain open!

Here are a few to check out.
Please visit each location's website for seasonal offerings and hours.


Farmers Markets


Other Experiences

A Day on the Holiday Hunterdon 579 Trail
Head over to WoodsEdge to pet the llamas and Alpacas and find some perfect gifts for the special people in your life!

Remaining 2020 Hours:
Open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10am-4pm
Then, make your way over to Homestead Farm Market. Check out their special Holiday menu! From main courses, side dishes to breads, rolls, cookies and and their award winning pies!

Remaining 2020 Hours:
Open everyday from 9am-5pm
(Thanksgiving day from 9-11am and close for the season on Christmas Eve)
Pick out your Christmas tree at

Opening Day: Friday, November 29, 2020
Friday, Saturday and Sunday
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Until Sold Out!
Then, stop in the indoor, year-round
Stangl Factory Market for a fine selection of crafts, including handmade baskets, turned wood, soaps and bath products and hand spun yarn.

Remaining 2020 Hours:
November - every Saturday 9am-3pm
December - every Saturday and Sunday from 9am-3pm
Our Current Featured Farm!
WoodsEdge Farms
WoodsEdge Farm has been full time purveyors of fiber producing livestock for 40 years and we love to share our passion for raising fiber. As we celebrate four decades of New Jersey farming, we will be offering specials each week to our loyal customers! Starting in November, we invite you to visit our 90-acre family owned & operated farm to learn more about our Field to Fashion products made from our herds of alpacas & llamas. The WoodsEdge Farm Store has been redesigned and we are very excited to show it off and celebrate what our spring harvest has produced"

Seasonal Offerings along The Trail!
Ironbound Heritage turkeys
Turkey Season!
(...and other holiday meat options)

The farms on the trail offer the best choices for your holiday table. Please check each farm's site about the availability and pre-order timeline.

Ironbound Farm - Turkeys

Blue Jingler Farm - Turkeys, Pork Roasts, and more

Cotton Cattle Company - Turkeys, Beef Roasts, and more

Mt. Salem Farm - Turkeys and Lamb

Please find more Farm Stands and Markets all they have to offer on the

Holiday Beverages!


Ciders To Go

All Farmers Markets - Find the closest market near you on the Trail Map

Freshly Poured

*An Off-the-Trail option

Bobolink's Assortment of Breads and Cheeses
Holiday Sides!

Abundance of breads, cheeses, squash, cabbage, potatoes, beets and more
available at the farms.

Find the closest stand or market near you on the Trail Map

Peterson Farm
Holiday Decor!

Greens, trees, roping, wreaths, novelty items
and so much more found at several
farm stands and markets.

All Farmers Markets - Find the closest market near you on the Trail Map
Holiday Gifts!

Hostess Gifts:
Wine, Cheese, Honey, Soaps, and more!

Gifts for that Special Person:
Case of Wine, Growler of Cider, and maybe a pair of Alpaca Socks!

For the Whole Family:
A CSA Share - Did you know that some CSA offer more than just vegetables? Meats, popcorn, flowers and a occasional bakery treat.
Please check out the CSA farms and see what is in your next Share!

All Farmers Markets - Find the closest market near you on the Trail Map
News on the Trail
Hunterdon’s 579 Trail is a Day-Tripper’s Dream
Fresh-picked fruit, vegetables and plants, as well as dairy and meat products, take center stage.
(Article from
Roaming through rows of blueberry bushes, I’m on the hunt for perfect blue gems among the glossy leaves. It’s pick-your-own season at Phillips Farm in Milford, one of the dozens of farms and vineyards that make Hunterdon County a destination for day-trippers. Hunterdon’s new agritourism program, the 579 Trail, features destinations along or near Route 579, which angles north-south through the county. Autumn offerings will include apples, pumpkins and squash, as well as year-round products like wine, grass-fed beef, chicken and cheese.... Read More Here!