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Experience Small Town America!

Located at 400 4th Street in historic downtown Sutton, the Mountain Laurel Country Store is like stepping back in time to an old general store in rural America. The store is located in the historic W. H. Lee building, which was built in 1900 and originally used as a hardware store. Today, the Mountain Laurel Country store has restored and maintained the original American chestnut floors and stamped tin ceilings to preserve the history of the building and provide a warm, welcoming atmosphere.

The Mountain Laurel Country Store hosts over 50 consigners whose items range from arts, crafts, and antiques to soaps, essential oils, and carvings.

You truly never know what you will be able to discover at our store!

We are honored to serve as an outlet for so many consigners from West Virginia and Pennsylvania making a broad range of crafts, housewares, gifts and novelty items. From jewelry fashioned by furied crafts people to carved woodcrafts by local woodworkers to wind chimes made from repurposed flatware, we offer a wide array of items to fit any budget in and presented in an environment reminiscent of a turn-of-the-century general store.

From old fashioned stick candy, bagged hard candy in barrels, a glass counter filled with classic chocolate bars, and single serving candy in glass jars to items like tumblers, binoculars and caps suitable for the hiker and trailblazer, Mountain Laurel Country Store strives to provide a full array of items to satisfy every interest.

Monday - TuesdayClosed
Wednesday - Friday10:00 AM — 6:00 PM
Saturday10:00 AM — 4:00 PM
SundayClosed

Newest Products (Under Construction!)

3D Printed Bigfoot Kit

$6.00

3D Printed Museum Magnet

$10.00

3D Printed Museum Keychain

$8.00

3D Printed Bigfoot Earrings

View more on our Online Store

Latest Blog Posts

  • New Website!

    Welcome to the launch of the new Mountain Laurel website! This includes pages for the Mountain Laurel Country Store, the West Virginia Bigfoot Museum, and eventually the Online Store for both. I’ve spent a lot of time working on everything but still occasionally find small bugs or mistakes here and there. If you notice anything, […]

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