Adirondack Farmers Markets
The Adirondacks is rich in agricultural history. Visit one of the many farmers markets in the Adirondack region and enjoy fresh produce and many other products offered by your neighbors.
Warrensburg Riverfront Farmers' Market
The Warrensburg Riverfront Farmers' Market has been around since 1998 and is "producer only," which means it's limited to only locally-grown foods. The 2018 market is open on Fridays from Memorial Day Weekend through the end of October.
Chestertown Farmers' Market
Spring, late summer, and early fall are perfect seasons for visiting farmers' markets. From the small, mom-and-pop stand at the corner, to the large, organized market with multiple vendors and extensive selections, it is definitely worth the trip.
Ticonderoga Area Farmers' Market
Check out the Ticonderoga Area Farmers' Market for all your farm fresh needs! The market features fruit & vegetable farmers, several specialty vendors, and themed events and entertainment.
Brant Lake Farmers' Market
Brant Lake, NY
For fresh produce, baked goods, plants, vegetables, maple syrup, honey, fresh flowers, and so much more, visit the Brant Lake Farmers' Market at Clark's Country Mall.
Lake Placid Farmers' Market
The Lake Placid Farmers' Market will take place every Wednesday from 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm from June 27 through October 17, 2018. The market will be held at Jewtraw Park in Lake Placid.
Bolton Landing Farmers' Market
The Bolton Landing Farmers' Market is an open-air, rain or shine market featuring local products, crafts, and more. Stop by for weekly events, baked goods, and a wide range of farm fresh produce from local farmers.
Lake George Village Farmers' Market
Lake George, NY
Lake George's farmers' market is located in beautiful Shepard Park on Canada Street, a prime location in the heart of the Village. You'll find produce, meats, homemade crafts, and more from June through September 2018, on Wednesdays.
Tupper Lake Farmers' Market
The Tupper Lake Farmers' Market starts in June and ends in September. Held at the Wild Center Museum, the market features locally sourced produce, arts, crafts, and special food events.