This is a fun little road-side attraction if you're driving down Interstate 81. There is a small one-room store and observation area where you can see into the factory. When we arrived, someone welcomed us and gave us a five minute tour of the chip making process looking through the observation windows into the factory. There were 3 or four flavors of chips available as samples.
We really enjoy our yearly trip to Route 11Potato Chip Factory. Our little one enjoys watching how the chips are made. Dad enjoys tasting all the flavors. Plus we get a lot of Chistmas Shopping done - buying a case of the individually packaged chips make for good gifts for kids to take to the office staff at their schools. :)
This factory offers the potato chip aficionado the delight of watching from a viewing window to see how these flaky delectables are made. The cooking shows are typically held Tuesday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Afterwards sample some of the factory’s unusual varieties such as Dill Pickle, Chesapeake Crab, Mixed Vegetable, and Sweet Potato chips.