Farmers’ Markets are fantastic way to purchase fresh produce and support local businesses. Products offered are usually locally sourced.
In addition to fresh produce, eggs, and local prepared goods you can often find local crafts at the markets.
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Maricopa County-Phoenix, Arizona Farmers’ Markets
Arizona Community Farmers Markets has nine Phoenix area farmers market locations
- Downtown Chandler
- High Street
- Old Town Scottsdale
- Roadrunner Park
- Sun City
Arrowhead Farmers Market – one of the largest farmers markets in the West Valley. Arrowhead Farmers’ Market is open every Saturday year round.
Downtown Phoenix Farmers Market every Saturday morning on Central & Mckinley Street in Phoenix
Farmers’ Market North Scottsdale is open October through April on Pinnacle Peak Road
Fountain Hills Farmers’ Market is open on Thursdays October through April
Gilbert Farmers Market is open on Saturdays September through April
Glendale Farmers’ Market is open every other Saturday October through May
Mesa Farmers’ Market and Flea Market is held at Pioneer Park on Main Street in Mesa on Saturday mornings.
Peoria Farmers’ Market at Park West is open year round on Saturday mornings.
Superstition Farms Farmers’ Market is open year-round on Thursday evenings.
The Farm at Agritopia in Gilbert
Tucson Farmers Markets
Heirloom Farmers Market has five Tucson market locations
- Green Valley
- Oro Valley
- Rillito Park
- Rincon Valley
- Udall Park
Verde Valley Farmers Markets
Old Town Music & the Market – Cottonwood
Verde Valley Market – Camp Verde
Windmill Park Farmers Market – Cornville