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My husband and I rented a cabin in Makanda on the Shawnee Wine Trail and decided to go to the Makanda Boardwalk. We were told it was a “must see.”
The Artisians are just as interesting as the items available for sale. It is quite...More
In the area for the weekend, on the way to the state park, we came across this place. We love to shop and support local. However when walking into the java shop , the only business open this late Saturday morning, we were stared at...More
Ive been going to this wonderful shop since 2011. The Shop owner and staff are always happy to help me find what I am looking for, and If I have questions about the stones or crystals, they know what they are talking about!! Always friendly...More
Makanda is a must see if you are in the area. There are several shops that may or may not be open. There is a great coffee shop surrounded by a store wilt local artists. There is a coppersmith that has amazing work. There is...More
We were staying in Makanda for our first anniversary getaway. My wife had read all of the tremendous reviews about how the "Makanda Boardwalk" was a "must see" so, naturally, we went to see it. We were disappointed to find that it was a cluster...More
I thought I would try to find this place since I saw it advertised. I was totally not prepared. The minute you enter you smell the incense and the items for sale were a little mystical. The prices were fair and I loved the variety.
Most of the shops were closed our first trip through but upon returning a few days later there were a couple more open. Quaint little touristy spot we found trinkets for the kids. The kids working the shop was super friendly and helpful but the...More