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Spruce Forest Artisan Village
Based on 20 traveler reviews
Sep 06, 2014 by: Janlee49 from Weston, West Virginia
This is a nice little place with small individual cabins for each artisan. Unfortunately, not all of them are open at the same time and many times only 3 or 4 are open. And they are not cheap.
Artisans and close up and personal
May 18, 2014 by: Joe S from Mason, Ohio
All the artisans are in old log cabins, or old one room school buildings. They are all very friendly and willing to discuss their craft. Cool place to visit.
Apr 19, 2014 by: 85Harley from Newark, Delaware
I found things very pricey, with not enough products to entice you into buying something. Nothing really impressed me. It reminded me of the few lone craftsman that show up at the larger flea markets. Everybody just walks by. But take my review with a grain of salt. Apparently, 99% of the visitors love this place. It does nothing for this old biker, and I imagine it won't be very entertaining for the average hubby either. Once you get past the metal shop, it's all over for me.
Nice to visit
Feb 15, 2014 by: JasperVirginia_USA from Virginia, USA
It is very nice to walk around the forest from cabin to cabin and visit the artists. There is a wood shop, carving shop, old cabin tour and several others. Stop in when you dine at Penn Alps as it is right across the parking lot.
Worth a visit
Nov 05, 2013 by: BestBuddyA1 from Union Bridge, Maryland
Walk thru this small wooded area with log cabins moved to the site for artisan's to show you and sell you their wares. Skip Penn Alps Restaurant that is right there by this area. It's nothing special. Talk with craftsman over pottery, iron work, glass work, soap making, etc. It was a nice visit.
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