Shopping online is convenient, but it just can’t beat the thrill of finding unique treasures in a cute little country shop. Carp Village is ready to welcome you to its charming retail stores that offer local homewares, clothing, food and more to give as gifts or keep for yourself!
Busy bee: The Hive is a multi-vendor boutique located in the heart of Carp Village. The main floor sells an eclectic assortment of items from brands such as Pokoloko, Tofino Soap Co. and Farmhouse Paint. Style by Marilyn is on the top floor and offers a variety of hair products from brands you’ll love.
Cabin country: Take a trip to the Carp Cabin, full of antiques, consignment pieces, collectibles and gifts. The Carp Cabin features local artisans and is a feast for the eyes. You’ll want to spend plenty of time perusing the cabin’s unique elements in its welcoming environment.
With Cereal: Ottawa Valley Grain Products is a fourth-generation custom grain mill that sources only all-natural products, true to its heritage of providing nutritious and healthy grains to its customers. A staple in the Carp community since 1929, OVGP sells quality barley, wheat and corn, and also provides a custom milling service to the community. Order products through OVGP’s online store and taste the difference local grains make in your diet.
Country convenience: A staple of the Carp community, the Carp Foodliner is the village convenience store stocked with daily necessities and groceries. The owners of the Carp Foodliner are very helpful and the building’s red and yellow exterior is cheerful and welcoming.
Happy tails: Pawsh Pets is a locally owned and operated retail store and grooming service dedicated to pets and their families. Offering many locally made products, Pawsh Pets stocks high quality dog and cat food and accessories. Their patient and talented groomers are dedicated to providing every dog with the best grooming experience possible.
A short drive from downtown Ottawa, the village of Carp is full of charming local shops that you will want to visit again and again. Visit Carp and see why it’s a local hidden gem.