Welcome to Shepherd's Old Field Market!

Whether you are looking for that unique home décor item or special gift, or just feel like spending an afternoon browsing through over 80 shops and services in our 9,000 sq. ft., 2-story mini-mall, Shepherd's Old Field Market has something for everyone and there's always something new!

Stop in and enjoy a cold, frosty beverage at our Brudergarten Beer Garden, a cup of coffee

and breakfast or lunch at Botanic Coffee Shop & Deli, or a scoop of your favorite ice cream at The Salted Scoop! 

When you're ready to work it off, check out the classes at root SUP & Fitness!

Need a haircut? Schedule your appointment at Olde Towne Barbershop. 

Want to learn how to play an instrument? Contact Leonardtown Music Service. 

It's all here, under one roof!

We hope you enjoy your visit and look forward to seeing you again soon!

Be sure to tag your butterfly photos on social media with: #SOFButterfly

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About Us

Shepherd's Old Field Market ("SOF Market") derives our name from the "Shepard" family, who donated their land in the 1600's to help create portions of current day Leonardtown.

The purpose of Shepherd's Old Field Market is to provide a marketplace community catalyst that aims to promote mixed use redevelopment, community interaction, grassroots local commerce, and historic place attachment in Leonardtown, Maryland.

This mission statement can be found behind the checkout counter at the Market.

The current SOF Market building was previously the location of  Leonardtown Building Supply, owned by the Miedzinski family. The building stood vacant for many years until it was repurposed into what is now Shepherd's Old Field Market.

Many of the items that remained from the days of Leonardtown Building Supply were repurposed in the redevelopment of SOF Market. Upon entering the Market, you will notice an original wood garage door that separates the shops from the larger open back area of the Market. Doors, windows, wood, fixtures, and other items have been repurposed into the structure of the Market in an attempt to maintain some of the historical value of the building.