Down A Country Road Amish Gifts & Tours of rural Cashton started out as a single gift shop on the farm of Chuck and Kathy Kuderer and today, boasts a village of 6 gift shops and visitors from around the world.
The Cashton area is home to the largest Amish community in the State of Wisconsin. The Amish began settling the area over 50 years ago and there are now over 300 families that call the area home. Chuck and Kathy Kuderer (non-Amish) became friends with many of their Amish neighbors and in 1994 began working with the Amish to sell their hand-crafted products.
You will delight in your time visiting “The Amish Shop”, where you will find a wide array of products hand crafted by the Amish, “The Little Red Shed” is filled with great giftware, much of which is made by other local artisans, “Emma’s Kitchen” has your taste buds covered.
It is where you will find homemade jams and jellies, maple syrup, honey products, noodles, bread mixes and much more, “Kinner Korner Children’s Shop” for the little ones in your life, “Not So Plain & Simple” is for the ladies and features handmade jewelry, scarves, lotions and potions and other fun things. And of course, a stop at “Country Corner Ice Cream Shop”, for that delicious ice cream or candy treats.
12651 WI-33, Cashton, WI 54619