The Old Spud Warehouse in Gaylord, Michigan lives in a circa 1900 former farmers co-op building used by local potato growers as a railroad shipping point to get their harvests to market.
The bones of the building have been maintained, with the slatted walls that promoted circulation to prevent rotting still intact. the metal walled engine repair room and the 12-foot-high basement (because potatoes crush under their own weight at 11 feet) are now used for shopping.
The Old Spud Warehouse offers the out-of-the-ordinary in a wide range of products from furniture, home decor, lighting, gifts, clothing, jewelry and accessories, along with the always surprising and unusual one-of-a-kind items. We pride ourselves on the fun and unusual in all areas of the 7000 square foot shopping area. With new things arriving daily, it is a different store every week.