Join us for the 17th annual York County Pawpaw Festival – an outdoor, family-friendly festival celebrating York County’s beloved pawpaw.
Pawpaws are the largest edible fruit native to the Eastern United States. This delectable fruit grows in abundance right here in the Susquehanna River region.
York County’s Pawpaw Festival will be held on September 18th & 19th from 10am-3pm at the Horn Farm Center.
At the event, pawpaw fruit and trees will be available for purchase. In addition, the festival will feature food vendors, local artisans, and community organizations. Fresh produce from the Horn Farm, native plants, jams, jellies, and honey will also be for sale.
Admission is free. A $5 tasting fee will requested at the door for those who would like to taste test a variety of pawpaw varieties. All proceeds support local regenerative agriculture practices and education programs at the Horn Farm Center. RAIN OR SHINE!
- The Bono Family
- Horn Farm Center
- Heartwood Nursery
- Gino’s Nursery
- Locally Seasoned
- Watershed Alliance of York
The 2021 Pawpaw Festival is supported by local businesses who believe in our mission to connect soil, food, and people in ways that improve the health and resilience of our community. We thank the following sponsors for supporting regenerative agriculture and education at the Horn Farm Center:
Also sponsored by:
- Wise Printing
- The Wenger Group
And supported by:
- Shank’s Mare