Nov 24, 2016 | News / Blog
We would like to wish all our customers a Happy Thanksgiving. Visit our online store for delicious gift ideas to send to your family & friends over the holiday season. You can choose from over 87 different jams, jellies and fruit butters including many “no sugar” jams. Our #1 seller is the chopped cherry jam. Call us with any questions. Thank you. https://koepsels.com/shop/
Aug 21, 2015 | News / Blog
In Business Since 1958
Located on the quiet side of Door County between Baileys Harbor and Sister Bay, our farm market is a “must stop” for all Door County visitors. We are the oldest farm market in Door County and the recipes used to make our jams, jellies and canned goods date back even earlier than the year we opened for business in 1958.
Our market includes home-made jams, jellies, fruit butters and canned goods, as well as fresh bakery items, meats, smoked fish, cheeses, fresh vegetables & fruits, Door County wines and Door County maple syrups.
You name it, we have it at Koepsel’s Farm Market. Our selection and variety of items available for purchase is incredible and now you can purchase some of these items year round via our online store.
Our Farm Market
Our market is easy to get to, just watch for the signs along Hwy 57 on your way up to Sister Bay and Northern Door County. Click here for directions & map. There is plenty of parking on both sides of the market. Our market has lots of space and is easy to walk through.
Present owners Kevin and Karrie Oram work at the market every day along with their children Karina and Kami. Karrie’s great great great grandfather Increase Claflin was the first white settler in Door County (circa 1835) and she is third generation Koepsel, carrying on the canning and baking practices set forth by her grandmother Emma and mother Mildred. Daughters Karina and Kami are now the fouth generation canners.Kevin’s Grandmother was born in Bailey’s Harbor in 1886 so both families go way back in Door County history.
We have a great eye for antiques and have done a spectacular job at incorporating them throughout the market. We have several seed counters (antique display bins used in country stores of the past) with different varieties of canned goods and other goodies displayed on them. Wash bins, an old kitchen stove and other antique store counters are used throughout our store. Karrie’s brother Dennis has taken over the antique shop from thier parents and operates it along with his wife Melissa and daughter Bailey, he has a wonderful selection of antiques ready for your home. He is located in the building right next door to the market.
We invite you to sample different items like dried cherries, jams, jellies,butters,mustards and Wisconsin cheese – we guarantee it will be some of the best you’ve ever had.