5 Best Farmers Markets Near Phoenix, AZ

The local farms and other kinds of producers are celebrated by many farmer’s markets near Phoenix. Phoenix is home to many types of vendors, too, be they a farm or from a local artist. And nowadays, thanks to the amount of fresh grub and other stellar products to be found there, it’s no wonder that many Phoenicians never go to the grocery store. Farm to table, anyone? We have compiled a list of the best farmer’s markets near you in the local area.

Featured Image Credit: Uptown Farmer’s Market

Ahwatukee Farmers’ Market

4700 Warner Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85044

Not every market is available all year, but Ahwatukee is proud to be one of them! They have served the community of Phoenix for over 15 years, and their varied offerings include cultivated produce, handmade jewelry, and even a knife sharpening service! If you need anything, this is the place to get it.

Uptown Farmers’ Market

5757 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85012

Don’t delay. Wednesdays and Saturdays alike are great days to check out Uptown Farmers’ Market, an uptown Phoenix staple that even holds events to fit every shopper’s needs, from craft cocktail demos to prepared vegan dishes, to the online checkout and contactless pickup days!

Downtown Phoenix Farmers’ Market

721 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004

Another fantastic venue for online shopping and in-person browsing alike, the Downtown Phoenix Farmer’s Market makes a point of celebrating artisans, food trucks, and medicinal vendors as well as the usual fresh eats available!

Roadrunner Park Farmers’ Market

3502 E Cactus Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85032

Accompanied by a fun locale with a swimming pool, soccer fields, and more, Roadrunner Park in Phoenix also features a year-round farmers market that boasts local raw honey, naturally procured meats and produce, and even delectable baked goods!

Old Town Scottsdale Farmers’ Market

3806 N Brown Ave, Scottsdale, AZ 85251

This favorite of locals near Phoenix is a farmers’ market that only lasts from October to May — May 29th, this year — so it’s best if you come for your free-range eggs, jams, or fresh tamales before that last Saturday comes to an end. But don’t worry, the Old Town Scottsdale Farmer’s Market always comes back each fall with more amazing products like this Turkish delight!

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