16081 East River Road, Columbia Station, OH 44028
Market Hours ~ Mon-Fri 9:00-6:00pm ~ Sat 9:00-5:00pm ~ Sun 10:00-5:00pm
JULY 4th Hours: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Thank you to everyone who visited our farm and enjoyed our strawberries this season! Whether you bought some from our shelf or went out and picked your own, THANK YOU!! We opened our berry fields for picking on June 9th this season and closed them on June 26th. The rain was a constant challenge for us as we try to provide the juiciest, sweetest berries possible. We look forward to seeing you all throughout our 2015 season at the market!!!
Welcome to Red Wagon Farm! We are a family-owned and operated vegetable farm and farm market in Northeast Ohio. The market started out as a small roadside “Red Wagon” almost 50 years ago. We grow strawberries, the sweetest, sweet corn, tomatoes (both roma & round), lettuce, peppers (green, sweet, hot & jalapenos), pickles, beets, eggplant, melons and much, much more! In addition to the many vegetable we grow, we also sell local peaches, blueberries, blackberries, concord grapes & apples.
It’s never too early to order your Tart Cherries!!! The best “pie cherry”, shipped fresh to us from Michigan! You can email your order to me at email@example.com or place your order once we open for the season! Cherries are usually available for pickup around the 2nd week of July! They come in 10lb containers – fresh, NOT frozen!
Our blog has wonderful recipes that are easy and so delicious! Our most recent blog is a wonderful Crispy Onion Straws that are sure to be a hit at your next BBQ or picnic!! Hopefully you can enjoy some “farm to table” cooking this summer! Click on the “Blog” tab above to start enjoying these delicious recipes!!!
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Thanks again for supporting the Red Wagon Farm. See you soon!
– The Ross family
Last updated 7/3/2015 @ 3:30pm