Kings Creek Pottery
877 State Route 443
Schoharie, NY 12157
From Albany– take Rt. 20 to Rt 146 in Altamont. Continue on 146 to Rt. 443, (approx. 15 miles.) Turn left. Kings Creek Pottery is the fourth house on the left.
From Schenectady– Take I-88 to the Schoharie Exit. Take Rt. 30 South to Rt 443. Turn left. Kings Creek Pottery is 4 miles on the left.
From Cobleskill– Take I-88 to Schoharie exit, turn right onto Rt. 30. Continue past Schoharie Valley Farms (Carrot Barn), take first left onto Rt. 443. Continue 4 miles to Kings Creek Pottery on the left just past the intersection of Rt. 146.
Schoharie County is known for its many farms. Just four miles from Kings Creek Pottery is Schoharie Valley Farms- otherwise known as the Carrot Barn. Barber’s Farm is also nearby in Middleburgh. Shauls (Vegetables) and Borringers (local Fruit) are also on Route 30 in Middleburgh. You will find fresh, local produce at all our farms in Schoharie County.
Schoharie has many other attractions as well.
Another attraction is the stunning Landis Arboretum in Esperance. www.landisarboretum.org. There is always something interesting and fun going on there!
Looking for gifts in addition to pottery? Don’t miss the hive, a charming new shop also on Main Street. You will find custom mugs at the hive made by yours truly~
Make time to visit Under the Nose, Apple Barrel and Wellington’s Herbs and Spices as well. Just ask me for directions when you come visit.
Generations on Main Street in Schoharie; they have gifts and antiques.
Finally, there are wonderful farms to visit in our area. Barber’s Farm in Middleburgh and The Carrot Barn in Schoharie are two favorites.
There is plenty to do and see in Beautiful Schoharie County.
Schoharie is rich with history. The Stone Fort, near the covered bridge, is open regularly and hosts re-enactments at different times of the year. Antique shops dot the landscape as you travel from place to place in Schoharie.
Two significant antique shows sponsored by the Schoharie Colonial Heritage Association occur in September and March at Schoharie Elementary School in the village.
Many wonderful artists live in the hills of Schoharie County. You can find more information through the Tri County Arts Council in Cobleskill, NY. www.tricountyarts.org
For additional information on the area, please check out the Schoharie Chamber website at: www.schohariechamber.com