Amish-made wagons across America

Amish-made WagonsThe iconic red wagon lives on as a favorite among the Amish.  Amish wagons are suitable for riding, gardening or hauling.  Amish-made wagons feature a broad choice of features, from no tilt Auto Turn Steering to ball bearing wheels to different colors, sizes and styles.

Amish not only use these wagons but  produce them as well.  Sellers and producers of hand-built wagons can be found in different states, usually in the areas of larger Amish communities.

Amish Wagon Sellers Directory

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Connecticut

Nikki’s Pony Express
13 Rose Court
Middlebury, CT 06762
(203) 758-2354
nikkisponyexpress.net
Nikki’s Pony Express carries a  variety of Amish-made crafts including wagons, mini small pony/donkey wagons, wagonettes, dog and goat carts and more, available with different features including no-tilt auto-turn steering, ball bearing and heavy steel framework. Canopy and cooler rack options available as well.

Florida

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Indiana

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North Carolina

Amish Sleds and Wagons
765 Hunting Creek Road
North Wilkesboro, NC 28659
amishsled.com
Sleds and wagons available in a variety of options and colors. Each piece is Amish made. This business offers only online selling.

New Jersey

Rosie Hippo
358A Millburn Avenue
Millburn NJ 07041
rosiehippo.com
Amish-made red wagons, made from quality materials and hardwoods.

Ohio

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Pennsylvania

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Texas

Miller’s Amish Furniture
7247 Hickory Grove
San Antonio, TX 78227
solidoak4u.com
Amish crafted wagons available.

Note to residents: Please double-check business hours of Amish wagon dealers listed here. Business locations and availability can change. Amish-owned businesses will always be closed on Sundays; non-Amish wagon dealers may be open. Not responsible for changes to the above information.

wagon photo:taomancer/flickr


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