Blue Moon Acres Farm operates a farm stand at The Stockton Market. The market is located on historic Bridge Street in Stockton, New Jersey.
Our stand features our Certified Organic Produce, Specialty Micro Greens, Certified Organic Freshly-husked Rice, and more. All items from Blue Moon are grown using organic practices and grown locally here on our farms in Pennington, NJ and Buckingham, PA.
Locally-sourced and organic goods such as butter, cheeses, meats, and pantry staples are specially curated for our market from Fulper Farms, Eat This Jams, Trickling Springs, Solebury Orchards, among other producers.
A line of holistic and all natural specialty home and body care products, Herbarium, is also carried in our markets. Made directly from plants and herbs grown in Blue Moon’s Pennington and Buckingham gardens, Herbarium body care products include lip balms and hand salves, while home products include linen sprays, and fragrances.
Blue Moon Acres Farm is family-owned and operated.
The market is located at 19 Bridge Street, Stockton, New Jersey 08559.
Please visit http://stocktonfarmmarket.com for more information.
From New York:
(approximately 1-1/2 hours from NYC):
From the George Washington Bridge, Holland Tunnel or the Lincoln Tunnel, take the NJ Turnpike south to Exit 14 (Route 78 West). Follow Route 78 west to Exit 29, Route 287 South. Follow signs for Route 202 South towards Flemington. Drive about 14 miles on 202 to the Flemington Circle and take the second circle exit following Route 12 west. Travel through the next circle staying on Route 12 west and at the third circle follow Route 523 south. Follow Route 523 south, through the blinking light in historic Sergeantsville and continue to the bottom of the hill in Stockton, about 3 miles past Sergeantsville or 10 miles from the last Flemington Circle. Turn Left on Route 29 south.
(approximately 50 minutes):
Follow Route 95 North through Pennsylvania into New Jersey. Take the first exit in New Jersey, Route 29 North towards Lambertville, NJ. Drive along the Delaware River on Route 29 for 8 miles until you reach the antique-rich town of Lambertville. In Lambertville, the road becomes 4 lanes, stay in your left lane. At the light (Bridge Street) make a left, then an immediate right continuing on Route 29 North. Stockton is the next town, 3 miles north. At the main intersection in Stockton, at Bridge Street.