Gateway Market & Candyland

 

For the past 30 years, Gateway Market has been a regular pit stop for tourists traveling along Rt. 15 as well as for local residents. Gateway Market continues to be a place where friends and family gather and enjoy the sweeter things in life.

 

In 1983, Sterling and Linda Bollinger built the market as a means to sell the produce that was grown on their orchard on Kelbaugh Road. Inspired by the family’s annual vacation to West Virginia, where they would stop at Hilltop Fruit Market and buy bagged candy, Sterling decided to sell candy as well. Gateway Market quickly transformed into Gateway Market and Candyland.

 

Gateway Market and Candyland is the corner store that still sells these little bits of heaven. Gateway Market is a general store, liquor store and candy haven all in one. Visitors are first greeted by the red-and-white striped awnings along the storefront. Once inside, they are greeted by at least one member of the Bollinger/Doll family who have been running the market since the beginning.

 

Gateway Market continues to sell produce, gift baskets, dried fruits, nuts, and mixes for soups and bread. Although candy is no longer a penny, it continues to be a place where friends and family gather to enjoy the sweeter things in life.

Monday through Thursday: 8 a.m. - 9 p.m.; Friday & Saturday: 8 a.m. - 10 p.m.; Sunday: 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.

14802 N Franklinville Rd • Thurmont, MD, 21788   •   Phone: 301-271-2322

Gateway Market & Candyland

 

For the past 30 years, Gateway Market has been a regular pit stop for tourists traveling along Rt. 15 as well as for local residents. Gateway Market continues to be a place where friends and family gather and enjoy the sweeter things in life.

 

In 1983, Sterling and Linda Bollinger built the market as a means to sell the produce that was grown on their orchard on Kelbaugh Road. Inspired by the family’s annual vacation to West Virginia, where they would stop at Hilltop Fruit Market and buy bagged candy, Sterling decided to sell candy as well. Gateway Market quickly transformed into Gateway Market and Candyland.

 

Gateway Market and Candyland is the corner store that still sells these little bits of heaven. Gateway Market is a general store, liquor store and candy haven all in one. Visitors are first greeted by the red-and-white striped awnings along the storefront. Once inside, they are greeted by at least one member of the Bollinger/Doll family who have been running the market since the beginning.

 

Gateway Market continues to sell produce, gift baskets, dried fruits, nuts, and mixes for soups and bread. Although candy is no longer a penny, it continues to be a place where friends and family gather to enjoy the sweeter things in life.

Monday through Thursday: 8 a.m. - 9 p.m.; Friday & Saturday: 8 a.m. - 10 p.m.; Sunday: 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.

14802 N Franklinville Rd • Thurmont, MD, 21788   •   Phone: 301-271-2322

Monday through Thursday: 8 a.m. - 9 p.m.; Friday & Saturday: 8 a.m. - 10 p.m., Sunday: 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.

14802 N Franklinville Rd • Thurmont, MD, 21788   •   Phone: 301-271-2322

Gateway Market & Candyland

 

For the past 30 years, Gateway Market has been a regular pit stop for tourists traveling along Rt. 15 as well as for local residents. Gateway Market continues to be a place where friends and family gather and enjoy the sweeter things in life.

 

In 1983, Sterling and Linda Bollinger built the market as a means to sell the produce that was grown on their orchard on Kelbaugh Road. Inspired by the family’s annual vacation to West Virginia, where they would stop at Hilltop Fruit Market and buy bagged candy, Sterling decided to sell candy as well. Gateway Market quickly transformed into Gateway Market and Candyland.

 

Gateway Market and Candyland is the corner store that still sells these little bits of heaven. Gateway Market is a general store, liquor store and candy haven all in one. Visitors are first greeted by the red-and-white striped awnings along the storefront. Once inside, they are greeted by at least one member of the Bollinger/Doll family who have been running the market since the beginning.

 

Gateway Market continues to sell produce, gift baskets, dried fruits, nuts, and mixes for soups and bread. Although candy is no longer a penny, it continues to be a place where friends and family gather to enjoy the sweeter things in life.

Gateway Market & Candyland

 

For the past 30 years, Gateway Market has been a regular pit stop for tourists traveling along Rt. 15 as well as for local residents. Gateway Market continues to be a place where friends and family gather and enjoy the sweeter things in life.

 

In 1983, Sterling and Linda Bollinger built the market as a means to sell the produce that was grown on their orchard on Kelbaugh Road. Inspired by the family’s annual vacation to West Virginia, where they would stop at Hilltop Fruit Market and buy bagged candy, Sterling decided to sell candy as well. Gateway Market quickly transformed into Gateway Market and Candyland.

 

Gateway Market and Candyland is the corner store that still sells these little bits of heaven. Gateway Market is a general store, liquor store and candy haven all in one. Visitors are first greeted by the red-and-white striped awnings along the storefront. Once inside, they are greeted by at least one member of the Bollinger/Doll family who have been running the market since the beginning.

 

Gateway Market continues to sell produce, gift baskets, dried fruits, nuts, and mixes for soups and bread. Although candy is no longer a penny, it continues to be a place where friends and family gather to enjoy the sweeter things in life.