6 Phoenix-Area Farmers Markets to Take Advantage Of

    One advantage to Phoenix’s warm temperatures is the abundance of year-round and off-season farmers markets! With an array of fresh and locally produced items to choose from, you can enjoy healthy and delicious meals all while supporting your local business owners in your community. Win, win!

    Check out 6 of our favorite Phoenix-area farmers markets below:

    Photo courtesy of the Wigwam Farmer’s Market Facebook page

    Wigwam Farmer’s Market

    • 300 W. Wigwam Blvd. Litchfield Park, AZ 85340
    • Dates: November-March (Sundays Only)

    Out of all of Phoenix’s markets, there is one to look into ASAP: “Wigwam Farmer’s Market in Litchfield Park. It has produce, artisan foods, hand crafted items, & nursery stock. I like that it’s a locally grown producers only market.” If you want to support local farmers, check out the Wigwam Farmer’s Market.


    The Capitol Farmers Market

    • 1700 Adams St. Phoenix, AZ 85007
    • Dates: Through April 27th (Thursdays Only)

    If your Thursdays are open, fill them with the Capitol Farmers Market. Featuring locally-produced organic & seasonal crops, plants, seeds, and more, plus free admission and credit card acceptance, there is no reason why you can’t enjoy all that the Capitol Farmers Market has to offer.

    Photos courtesy of the Roadrunner Park Farmer’s Market Facebook page

    Roadrunner Park Farmers’ Market

    • 3502 E. Cactus Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85032
    • Dates: June-September; October-May

    Serving the community since 1990, the Roadrunner Park Farmers’ Market has something for everyone. Kids enjoy the playground, pool, and soccer fields, while adults enjoy the locally-produced goods. Stop by the Roadrunner Park Farmers’ Market and witness Arizona’s longest consecutively running market.  

    Photo courtesy of the Ahwatukee Farmers’ Market Facebook page

    Ahwatukee Farmers’ Market

    • 4700 E. Warner Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85044
    • Dates: June-September; October-May (Sundays Only)

    For the best of the neighborhood, check out the Ahwatukee Farmers’ Market. It offers freshly baked goods, produce, and all-natural meats, plus services like sharpening stations for your cutlery. Come out to the Ahwatukee Farmers’ Market and snag some unique goodies.


    Open Air Market at the Phoenix Public Market

    • 721 N Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    • Dates: May-September (Saturdays Only); October-April (Saturdays Only)

    Located near the Phoenix Public Market Cafe, the Open Air Market is sponsored by Community Food Connections. This organization’s mission is to “create a downtown community gathering place” through support of local businesses that produce healthy, sustainable food. Be a part of something big at the Open Air Market.


    Photo courtesy of the Uptown Farmers Market

    Uptown Farmers Market

    • 5757 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85013
    • Dates: Open Year-Round (Saturdays & Wednesdays Only)

    For a market that gives back, the Uptown Farmers Market is it. With a growers market where you can learn to grow your own food, an onsite dicing station for fruits & veggies, and food donations to the homeless, the Uptown Farmers Market inspires home cooks everyday.

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