Special hours at the Mechanicsburg Tasting Room for the Sweet Sensations Wine Tour. May 13th & 14th and May 20th & 21st. Saturday from 12pm to 9pm and Sundays from 12pm to 5pm. Get your tickets HERE.
Totem Pole Ranch & Winery is part of the 2023 Cumberland Valley Beer Trail!
To participate in the Cumberland Valley Beer Trail, sign up for the digital passport. As you visit participating locations, check in using the four-digit code at each location. Each check-in on the Cumberland Valley Beer Trail is worth 100 points. You can redeem points for prizes as you earn points along the trail.
Both Totem Pole locations are participating. Come by and scan our code!
Open Mic Series
Calling all local singers, songwriters and musicians!
Totem Pole Ranch and Winery presents the Summer 2023 Open Mic Series. Hosted by Dave Mallon, these events will take place at the Mechanicsburg tasting room (207 W. Main Street) in the courtyard. If any inclement weather hits, we will move inside.
This showcase is for acoustic-style performances, soloists and duos. We do not currently have the capacity for full bands and equipment. Our goal is to open the stage to new artists, specifically first-timers and artists just starting out, but all levels are welcome.
Join us to perform or come enjoy the music while you sip wine and try food from our incredible menu!
Store Front & Tasting Room
207 W. Main Street, Mechanicsburg
Thursdays- 4pm to 9pm
Fridays- 4pm to 9pm
Saturdays- 2pm to 9pm
Totem Pole Ranch & Winery
940 Cranes Gap Road, Carlisle
Thursdays- 3pm to 7pm
Fridays- 3pm to 7pm
Saturdays- 3pm to 7pm
Or by appointment
May's Featured Non-Profit
Each month Totem Pole Ranch & Winery selects a non-profit organization to receive a portion of profits from their wine sales. Giving back to the community is a vital function of the winery. If you or someone you know has a non-profit you would like to nominate please contact us.
Furry Friends Network (FFN) is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to saving the lives of unwanted dogs and cats—whether they are strays, owner surrenders, or from kill shelters—by providing necessary medical treatment, spay/neuter surgeries, foster and adoption services, and training and rehabilitation.