Stoudtburg Village in Adamstown, PA

by JR Hager II
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Stoudtburg Village

by JR Hager II
by JR Hager II | Source

Stoudtburg Village

by JR Hager II
by JR Hager II

If one were to fall asleep on the way here, hopefully not while driving; when they woke they would think they were in Europe.


Stoudtburg Village can be described as quaint German Style Village in Adamstown, PA. (Lancaster County) This up and coming village has yet to blossom, but it will and it has been since the new owner took over 4 years ago.

New houses are rising and built better than the older ones that were started over 12 years ago, when construction came to a stop.

I would recommend anyone searching for a quite peacful afternoon to come by Stoudtburg Village and just enjoy the atmosphere. Have a very good sandwich, some ice cream do a little shopping and wait for bigger and better things to come. Because it is coming, and it will be at Stoudtburg Village.

Stoudtburg Village is built on 27 acres of a 62-acre farm in Adamstown on which Ed Stoudt built a microbrewery, a fine-dining restaurant, a beer garden and a huge complex under roof where antique dealers could share and sell their pieces of eras-gone-by. That complex is still thriving today as Stoudt's Brewery, The Black Angus Restaurant & Pub and Black Angus Antique Mall.

In 1992, a clock tower was erected and, although it stands across what exactly is now Stoudtburg Road, it had been the structure that started the concept rolling. In the autumn of 1993, the towers were erected and created a grand entrance into the Village. Also in that timeframe, a fountain was erected in the plaza, adding more European atmosphere.

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Stoudtburg Village

by JR Hager II
by JR Hager II

Stoudtburg Village

by JR Hager II
by JR Hager II

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by JR Hager II
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