This area of Ontario County is idea in that it represents both a small community and a piece of what we refer to as “the Authentic American Road – Routes 5 and 20.” Bloomfield is characterized by rolling hills, country charm and a reverence for historic preservation and outdoor recreation, as well as a variety of unique shopping opportunities. Visit the historic downtown and take a shopping and dining tour along Routes 5 and 20 for a complete experience. Gift and antique shops are clustered along Routes 5 and 20 and scenic country road spurs. Bloomers Floral & Gifts and Blooming Fields Goodies & Gifts both featuring handmade artisan products such as chocolate, candles, bath products and jewelry are unique places to find that perfect locally made gift. Antique lovers will need a day or two to explore the Bloomfield Antique Country Mile. Mantiques & Oddities, Yellow Barn Antiques, One Potato Two, and Rhonda’s Auction/Peddlers Antique Store each have a particular niche for antiques and collectibles. The Furniture Doctor specializes in furniture restoration and also features new Adirondack, Lodge and Cottage furniture for sale. The Antique Wireless Museum exhibiting early wireless and radio equipment is located nearby and features an amazing collection that includes the first mobile phone. Elton Park and Veterans Park are nice places to relax along the way. Outdoor enthusiasts flock to Bullzeye Archery for archery equipment and year-round practicing and the Outdoor Store sells fishing equipment, bait and seasonal clothing for outdoor sportsmen and women. Conveniently located on the route to Bristol Mountain, The Ski Company Outlet is a one stop shop for skiing and snowboarding gear. You will not going hungry or thirsty while traveling through East Bloomfield. Brady J’s and Mugsy’s feature family dining and Irish Mafia Brewing Company offers craft beers and cider along with a pub style menu. Other Half Brewing is known for their IPAs, stouts and sours and often host food truck dining on their grounds. Top your meal off with delicious ice cream from Shark’s or Scoopy Lou’s. To satisfy your homegrown and homemade hunger, check out the farmer’s markets at White’s Farm Market and Hardy’s, both have locally grown produce, hardy perennials and annuals, decorative fall plantings, pumpkins and more. Nearby attractions include Parkview Fairways Golf Course, Raymour Estate Cellars, Bristol Mountain and Creek N Wood RV Park and Campground.