Our Favorite Farmer's Markets in Colorado!

We're in Farmer's Market season! Between fresh veggie, fruits, pastries, breads, flowers and plants and other one-of-a-kind things, made in CO! 

Check out our top 5 Farmer's Market picks, and leave a comment on which one you will be visiting this Summer!

1. Vail Farmer's Market 

"The Vail Farmers Market is entering 21 years in Vail on Meadow Drive. Enjoy strolling down East Meadow Drive in Vail while tasting treats from Colorado. Parking for the Market is at the Vail Village Parking or Lionshead Parking. The Market begins June 19th and goes through October 2nd, 2022."

2. Golden Farmer's Market 

"Sponsored by the Golden Chamber of Commerce. Local growers and artisanal vendors offer a wide selection of produce, prepared food and health, beauty and wellness items. The market welcomes SNAP Benefits and offers Double Up Bucks for its patrons.The Golden Farmers Market runs every Saturday from 8AM to 1PM for 18 weeks, from June 4, 2022 to October 8, 2022."

3. South Pearl Street Farmer's Market (Denver)

"HobNob Events manages the South Pearl Street Farmers Market. They strive to support and enhance the surrounding community by providing a Farmers Market experience where a great variety of fresh and wholesome products can be found. 1400 + 1500 blocks of South Pearl Street (between Iowa and Arkansas) Sundays, May 1, 2022 – November 13, 2022 9am–1pm"

4. The Telluride Farmer's Market

"We provide the highest quality produce, animal products, prepared food, and medcine residents of San Miguel County. All of our goods are produced within 100 miles of Telluride, so you can feel good about shopping local. From June 3rd through October 7th, you can find us on South Oak Street in downtown Telluride selling the best of Southwest Colorado from 10:30am to 4:00pm."

5. Breckenridge Sunday Market

"The Breckenridge Sunday Market is bigger and better than ever featuring over 45 vendors from all over Colorado with a unique selection of artistic creations, handcrafted and homegrown items. June 12 through September 4th, Main Street Station 10 am-3 pm."