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Amish Business Spotlight: Yoder’s Coleman


Huntsburg – Right on the outskirts of Middlefield, right off of Burton-Windsor Road and Clay Street is a most unique shopping experience.  Yoder’s Coleman is located at 15890 Durkee Road in Huntsburg.  Their phone number is 440-636-6224.  Their normal business hours are Monday through Saturday from 8 am until 5 pm.

You will find much more than just Coleman items at Yoder’s Coleman.  They offer a full line of battery lamps that are beautiful, decorative and functional plus a full range of batteries.   The houseware items will thrill any cook.  You will find stock pots, canning supplies, pressure cookers, linens, kitchen gadgets, cookware, bakeware, Thermos®, air pots, cook books and so much more.  They offer stationery items, cards, sewing supplies, purses and tote bags at great prices.

There are many home décor items to choose from, including Thomas Kinkade decorative pieces, figurines, wind chimes and American Expedition items.  The American Expedition line celebrates America’s love for the great outdoors and wildlife with mugs, coasters, clocks and tumblers.
Children will love Yoder’s Coleman too.  They have a great assortment of puzzles, children’s books, stickers galore, toys and games.  You will find toys that stir the imagination and inspire creativity.

The baby section is sure to please the mom-to-be and baby with comfy blankets, baby toys, bibs, clothing and other necessities.
Lest we forget the store’s namesake…Yoder’s Coleman offers a variety of Coleman camping products.  They can also repair the Coleman lamps, lanterns and camp stoves you already own.  The weather recently may not remind you of camping, but camping season is fast approaching and you may want to check your equipment to see if any of it is in need of repairing.  If so, you can contact David Yoder to discuss the repair process.

Looking for classic, older Coleman lanterns? He has those too.

Yoder’s Coleman may be a bit tricky to find but it is well worth the trip.  You will want to be on Burton-Windsor Road, the section between St. Rts. 608 and 528.  You will want to turn north onto Clay Street, then almost immediately you will want to turn left onto Durkee.  You will then head down Durkee less than a mile and you will see the sign for Yoder’s Coleman on your right.
It is a fun store to visit with great prices.  Mr. Yoder is a wonderful host and will make you feel welcome.  The next time you are out and about in Middlefield, you may want to stop and see the delightful finds you will discover at Yoder’s Coleman.