Deadhorse Creek Market
Bill and Ava Hawthorne
90 Hawthorne Road
Chadron, Nebraska 69337
Deadhorse Creek Market is a Farmer’s Market offering a wide variety of farm-fresh products and handmade country crafts and gifts. The market is run by Bill and Ava Hawthorn, the fourth generation of a family farm that raises cattle and sheep and grows wheat and alfalfa.
Located along Deadhorse Creek, just 8 miles west of Chadron, Neb., turn south off Highway 20 at the Deadhorse Creek Market sign and go 1/2 mile south and 1/4 mile east. Enjoy the wildlife and changing farm landscape on your drive out.
The market’s products come from a 1/2 acre chemical-free garden and includes almost every vegetable that will grow in Northwest Nebraska. Visit often because we only sell vegetables that are in season. You are welcome to stroll through our vegetable garden or enjoy a glass of free iced tea as you sit and relax in our flower and water gardens.
Complete your meal by choosing from a wide variety of homemade jam, jellies and honey.
The market also features craft items by talented local artisans. You’ll find items that would make a wonderful addition to your home, or serve as great gifts.
Our market season begins the third Thursday in June and continues through the third Thursday of October. You can call (308) 432-5266 for an appointment. You can also find us and our products at the Dawes County Courthouse Farmer’s Market on Saturday mornings from 8 a.m. — noon beginning June 1.
Look for our market stand just west of Chadron on Highway 20 across from Hawthorne Road. This serve-yourself market is seasonally available for your convenience and payments can be dropped in the box provided.