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Posted by at November 7th

 

Phoenix Area Farmers Markets

Phoenix often feels like it’s actually in the world’s southern hemisphere rather than just the southern half of the state. It’s “oppositeville”; from its busy winter golf season, to locals huddling indoors from June through September, to the area’s farmers markets. When the rest of the country’s local growers are closing up shop for the season, weekend markets pop open their white tents all over central and southern Arizona.  Locals and visitors alike converge on area farmers markets for great food, people watching, art and shopping because along with the expected locally-grown autumn produce and flowers, you’ll find artisan crafts, gourmet food gifts and even kiddie rides and entertainers. Use our handy map and the links (in the map) below to check out one of this baker’s dozen of farmers markets in Arizona’s southern half:

View 13 Phoenix Area Farmers Markets in a larger map

  • Phoenix Public Market
    Wednesdays, 4pm-8pm; Saturdays, 8am-1pm
  • Roadrunner Farmers Market
    Saturdays, 8am-1pm
  • CityNorth Market on High Street
    3rd Sunday/month
  • Cave Creek Farmers Market
    1st Saturday/month
  • Carefree Farmers Market
    Fridays, 9am-1pm
  • Old Town Scottsdale Farmers Market
    Saturdays, 8am-1pm
  • Singh Farmers Market – Scottsdale
    Saturdays, 8am-1pm
  • Avondale Farmers Market
    Saturdays, 8:30am-12:30am
  • Twilight Farmers Market – Glendale
    Wednesdays, 4pm-7pm
  • Peoria Farmers Market
    Sundays, 9am-1pm
  • ASU Tempe Farmers Market
    Alternate Tuesdays, 9am-2pm
  • Ahwahtukee Farmers Market
    Sundays, 9am-1pm
  • Mesa Community Farmers Market
    Fridays, 9am-1pm

Did we mention your favorite Phoenix area farmers market? Comment to leave your review, or add one to the list.

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