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South Mountain Creamery is the perfect half day trip if you have kids. Here's why:
1) Location: It's hard to believe it's only a one hour drive from Washington, D.C. because it's solidly in the country. It's not just a marketing gig, it's really on...More
Good natured staff who are at work as we watch. We saw all the doings of a dairy farm and has ice cream to boot. Grandson had wonderful adventures with Poppi and Grandma who had no cost other than ice cream.
Great teaching experience for...More
Husband and I visited Tuesday August 14th. Thought going during week would be less crowded. Pleasantly greeted and told they no longer accept Certified kids certificates. That was no problem with us. Took the self guided tour. As always asked where the bathrooms were and...More
After doing some hiking on the AT, my family stopped in to reward ourselves. This is a working farm that you can tour, feed calves or just have some delicious ice cream. My family of 4 ordered 3 singles and a double including 2 waffle...More
It’s an authentic experience- right next to the barn with all of the associated smells and heat. Huge crowd around 330 to feed the baby calves at 4.
I had the mocha chip- it has real chocolate covered coffee beans in it - and they...More
South Mountain Creamery is such a great place to take my grandson, he loves feeding the new baby calf’s . Laughs the whole time... get there early so you can pick a calf. Then of course we head on over to the creamery where we...More
I stop here every time I travel to the Frederick area and points west. I love all their ice cream flavors, and the meats and dairy products, as well as McCutchen's jam products, locally made sausage, etc.
Outside: lovely surroundings, dairy operation to observe, calves to feed, chickens, playground (with real tractor to climb on). Inside: fresh milk with the cream inside top of bottle, delicious packaged barbecued meat, cheeses and a good variety of delicious ice cream.
This is a working...More