Bags in the car, now head to these top Farmer’s Markets in North TX.
How much do you love an outdoor market? I can’t get enough of them. Most of them I found are open on Saturdays and year around, and a few are open all year round every Saturday. These open-air farmer’s markets in North TX are open at certain times of the year, so take note of that and make plans to visit. Be sure to bring your own bags. It’s nice to have a bag to put everything in. Some larger markets may have bags that they give out, but bring your own just in case.
Farmer’s Markets In North TX
I love to visit Farmer’s Markets to help support local farmers and buy local produce. Still, there seemed to be none close to me, so I looked on the Internet to find a few nearest to me, and what I found were many in different areas of Dallas and Fort Worth, and I thought perhaps others might want a list all in one place. So, here’s a list of top local Farmer’s Markets in North TX. I’ve also listed times, dates, and what they sell, if known.
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(The) Clearfork Farmers Market
Check out The Clearfork Farmers Market in Fort Worth – a year-round market every Saturday from 9 am to noon.
4801 Edwards Ranch Road, Fort Worth
Dallas Farmers Market
1010 S Pearl Expy., Dallas, TX 75201 (Downtown)
Mon-Sun 10 am – 6 pm
Huge market with lots of options – serves lunch. The DFM is one of the best around, and certain foods sell out – like bread and breakfast items. The eateries open daily, but the market is just on weekends.
If you look around, there is free parking around the market.
Denton Community Market
317 W Mulberry St., Denton, TX
Sat. 9 am – 1 pm (April – November)
The Denton Community Market is a fav of mine. It’s friendly and laid-back, and the vendors do not sell the same things. I love this market. Dog-friendly. Vendors here change throughout the year, as I’m sure other markets are the same. Be sure to grab a business card if you like what they sell so you can contact them if you don’t see that they made it to the next market you go to.
Grand Prairie Farmers Market
120 W Main St. Grand Prairie, TX
Saturday, April through mid-December from 8 am – 1 pm, but may close early (Noon) because of the heat.
The Grand Prairie Farmers Market– located in downtown Grand Prairie features locally grown fruits and vegetables, baked goods, tamales, salsas, dips, relishes, eggs, honey, chips, plants, soaps, candles, and more.
Saturdays, June – October 31st, from 10 am – 4 pm
The Grapevine Farmers and Artisans Market is an open-air market serving fresh, local products, baked goods, and handcrafted and Texas-made items. Located at the Town Square Gazebo in Grapevine’s Main Street Historic District.
Free parking behind the market on Liberty Street
Keller Farmers Market
400 Bear Creek Parkway, Keller, TX
Saturday, May through October from 8 am-Noon
The Keller Farmers Market is located near the beautiful Bear Creek Park creek.
McKinney Farmer’s Market at Chestnut Square
Open year-round on Saturdays from April through December from 8 am-noon.
January, February, and March from 9 am-noon.
McKinney Farmer’s Market houses 75 Vendors offering homegrown, harvested, and handmade products.
Downtown Mesquite Farmer’s Market
At Front Street Station
Saturday, April through November, from 9 am – 1 pm.
The Downtown Mesquite Farmers Market is pet-friendly, with live music, unique vendors, and many murals for Instagram photo shots!
Roanoke Farmers Market
At the City Hall Plaza, Roanoke, TX
Saturdays April – September from 8 am – 12 pm
The Roanoke Farmer’s Market is a fun-filled outdoor market for the whole family. The Market, besides local produce, includes live music, yoga classes, cooking demos, and. activities for kids. Indoor restrooms are available.
Weatherford, Texas – First Monday Trade Days
First Monday Trade Days is open year-round on the weekends before the first Monday of the month (always check for exact dates on their website). Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 9 am – 4 pm. You’ll find local produce, modern handmade gifts, antiques, and just about everything you could think of.
This Open-Air Farmer’s Markets In North TX will continue to grow as we find more. Thanks for stopping by!