Visit Us / Directions
God's Country Creamery offers a self-serve on-farm product center that is open Monday through Saturday.
In the summer, the milking herd can be seen grazing the hillsides surrounding the farm. Baby calves live in hutches around the farmstead, and the babies love visitors (as long as their hands are clean) to stop and give them some lovin’.
Just over the hill from the creamery lies the quaint little town of Ulysses. In town you can visit:
- The Corner Cafe is a great place to get a homemade bite to eat and learn about the history of the railroad.
- All For You is a lovely flower shop occupying the previous post office with lots of beautiful gifts to match the flowers.
- The Ulysses Mercantile is a great place to browse through antiques and country decor.
- The Carpenter's Shop. Discover beautiful custom wood working.
- Imagine Peace Pottery is located over the hill and you will find hand created beautiful pottery that truly is a work of art.
- Fine shops in the Amish community feature bulk goods, handmade Amish dolls, Bent-wood rockers, leather works, and wooden picnic benches located all over the Ulysses and surrounding areas.
- If you find yourself lacking in time, but love to support the local artisans, please stop by the Potter County Artisan Center in Coudersport to browse the handmade items from the county and take some cheese home too.
Besides God's Country Creamery the Ulysses area hosts many other fine food producers. These include:
- Hamilton's Maple Farm. Award-winning maple products and also a pancake house, check hours for operation.
- The Berry Patch. All-natural blueberry patch open most of July and August located right at the end of the dirt road next to the Creamery!
- Barnett's Potato Farm. The best potatoes around! Stop by to take some home for the whole family….you won’t regret it!
Before you leave Potter County, you’ll want to check out these highlights: The Coudersport Ice Mine is a great spot to visit even on the hottest days to feel a little cool down. Explore a bit of Potter County history at the Pennsylvania Lumber Museum, and take a hike on the Susquehannock Trail. Penn-York Camp and Retreat Center provides an excellent setting for conferences and retreats.
While in God's Country, be sure to take in the natural beauty of the area. Travel down to Cherry Springs to enjoy remarkable stargazing. Because of the parks extremely dark skies, gazers will enjoy some of the best star viewing on the eastern seacoast. Located only forty-five minutes from the creamery is the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon. The park offers gorgeous hiking trails through the most breath-taking views of the Pennsylvania Allegheny mountains just a short gaunt into Tioga County.
From U.S. Rt. 6 ...From Galeton area take Rt. 6 West and turn right onto PA Rt. 449. From Coudersport area, take Rt. 6 east and turn left onto Rt. 449. The turn at Rt. 449 will be at the Black Forest Trading Post about half-way between Coudersport and Galeton. Continue to the blinker light in Gold and turn right onto PA Rt. 49
From PA Rt. 49 ...At. the blinker light in Gold take Rt. 49 east 1 1/2 miles. Look for the directional sign "West Bingham 5 miles", and turn left onto Pushersiding Road. Continue one mile and the Creamery is on the left. You will see our long red barn and large tan house.
From Ulysses, continue about 2 1/2 miles west on Rt. 49 and turn right onto Pushersiding Road (first paved, right hand turn outside of Ulysses). You will see our long red barn and large tan house.
From Genesse, take Rt. 449 south to the blinker light in Gold. Turn left onto Rt. 49 east.