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Every time we are in the Old Forge area, we stop by the OFH. . . .anything a vacationer could need (or want!) and more! Toys for the kids, clothing for everyone, books of local interest, . . .oh, and even hardware supplies!
Need something? You will find it here! Such a fun store to shop in. I especailly love that they carry high end woman's clothing! Who would guess you could find April Cornell clothing in a hardware store? If you are driving through or stayng near...More
I grew up in upstate New York, and we used to visit the hardware store when I was a kid. On a recent trip home, I was delighted to see that it had not changed. There is so much to see here! A pleasant wander...
Every year on our Adirondack trip we make a stop in Old Forge and visit OFH. We enjoy browsing and always find something interesting to buy. Be sure to go upstairs to see the furniture.Make it a tradition for your family’s memories too!
The Old Forge Hardware is a huge store that has everything you could ever imagine in it. Children’s, toys, kitchen with an entire wall of cookie cutters, arts and crafts, amazing yarns, home goods, foods, you name it. You can spend hours here having so...More
This is another one-of-a-kind Adirondack establishment where they carry a little bit of everything, from trinkets and toys to furniture to jams and jellies and (yes) actual hardware. Their bookstore in the back is one of the very best in the Adirondacks, carrying all Adirondack...More
Old Forge Hardware is one of a kind going back decades and still current. They sell camping gear and supplies, home repair items, cookware, gifts, kitchen tools, hardware, maple syrup, yarn, books, candles, paper plates, etc etc. I bought as sweater pattern, a butter keeper,...More