B by Brookvalley Farm Artisan Gifts feature our specialized line of all natural, handcrafted goat's milk soap made with milk from our own goats, as well as honey and beeswax from our own apiary. We also have beeswax lip balm and perfume sticks, beeswax food wraps, honey, body creams, and other bath and body specialties, farm fresh brown eggs, all natural chickens, along with BARNyard Art, our evolutionary line of rustic home decor made from reclaimed, recycled barn wood, horse shoes, and other farm findings all combined in unique and creative ways to produce one-of-a-kind art. We are also proud to feature "Horsin' Around by Bernie" a unique line of horse shoe art sold exclusively at Brookvalley Farm.
Coming soon: we will be opening the Brookvalley Farmstead Bed and Breakfast featuring two rooms with full en suite baths, and a complementary farm-to-table breakfast.
Horse Drawn Carriages & Wagons - Pony Rides - Petting Zoo
Goat's Milk Soap - BARNyard Art - Farmstead B&B
Life is Good:
Horsin' and Kiddin' and Farm Livin'
Brookvalley Farm is a family owned farmstead located in Fell Township just a few miles west of Carbondale, Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania. We have been providing quality horse drawn carriage and wagon services, pony rides, and a traveling petting zoo in the area since 2009. We even have a unicorn! We are fully insured, and offer over 60 years of horsemanship, farmsteading, and general farm experience. We are annual participants in the Scranton St. Patrick's Parade, Civil War Reenactment Events, the Scranton Santa Parade (we bring a very special guest to town), annual National Park Service events, the Nay Aug Park Holiday Light show, Binghamton's Recreation Park Holiday Carousel Rides, as well as several other borough, town, and city events year round.
We were named the Best Horse Drawn Carriage business at the 2014 Happie Awards, Best Farm/CSA at the 2015 Happie Awards, Best Horse Drawn Carriage business and Best Farm/CSA at the 2017 Happie Awards. In December 2015, we were one of
"7 Seasonal Stunners" featured in the "Time to Deck the Halls" edition of Happenings Magazine (click image to access full article).