Demand for locally grown produce, pastured meats and eggs, and artisan foods has never been stronger in North Texas, and we have many excellent farmers markets to show for it.

This guide is a snapshot of what’s available in our area; there are seasonal changes, so be sure to double-check hours and days of operation online (website or Facebook). We’ve included as many places as we can, but if we missed one you love, let us know at [email protected].

Look for these icons throughout the guide!

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Frisco Fresh Market
Saturday and Sunday, year-round.
9215 John W Elliott Drive, Frisco.
Frisco Fresh Market

Frisco Rotary Farmers Market
Saturday, Mid April-October.
6048 Frisco Square Blvd., Frisco.
Frisco Rotary Farmers Market

Historic McKinney Farmers Market
Saturday, April-November 1st & 3rd. Saturday, December-March.
Chestnut Square Historic Village,
315 S Chestnut St., McKinney.
McKinney Farmers Market at Chestnut Square

Lucas Farmers Market
2nd and 4th Saturday, late April-October, plus December Holiday Market.
665 Country Club Rd., Lucas.
Lucas Farmers Market

The Market at Luscombe Farm
2nd and 4th Sunday from May-September, plus seasonal pop-up markets.
8649 Luscombe Farm Dr., Anna.
The Market at Luscombe Farm


Carrollton Farmers Market—Four Seasons Market
Saturday, year-round.
72722 N. Josey Ln., Carrollton.
Carrollton Farmers Market

Coppell Farmers Market
Saturday, April-December.
768 W. Main St., Coppell.
Coppell Farmers Market

Dallas Farmers Market
The Shed (farmers, artisans)
open Saturday and Sunday year-round.
1010 S. Pearl Expressway, Dallas.
The Market (restaurants, food markets and artisans)
daily year-round.
920 S Harwood, Dallas.
Dallas Farmers Market

Fresh Stop Farm Stand
Owenwood Farm & Neighbor Space.
Friday 8a-12noon, see website for opening date.
1451 John West Rd., Dallas.

Fresh StopFarm Stand–Ledbetter
Tuesday 12noon-3pm from April 4-Oct. 11.
1111 W Ledbetter, Dallas.

Fresh Stop Farm Stand–Spring Valley
Thursday 12noon-3pm from April 6-Oct 13.
8202 Spring Valley Rd., Dallas.

Good Local Markets
Lakewood Village Farmers Market
Sunday, February-August.
6434 E Mockingbird at Abrams Rd., Dallas.

White Rock Farmers Market
Saturday, March-December.
9150 Garland Rd., Dallas.
Good Local Markets

Grand Prairie Farmers Market
Saturday, April-mid-December.
Market Square, 120 W Main St., Grand Prairie.
Grand Prairie Farmers Market

Las Colinas Farmers Market–Four Seasons Market
Saturday, year-round.
7701 N. MacArthur Blvd., Irving.
Las Colinas Farmers Market

Richardson Farmers Market–Four Seasons Market
Saturday, year-round.
101 S. Coit Rd., Richardson.
Richardson Farmers Market

St. Michael’s Farmers Market
Saturday, April-September.
Pop-up market in December.
St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church
4344 Colgate, Dallas, TX.
Saint Michael’s Farmers Market


Denton Community Market
Saturday, April-November.
Denton County Historical Park,
317 W Mulberry, Denton.
Denton Community Market

Denton County Farmers Market
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, April-November.
Carroll Blvd. & Mulberry St., Denton.

Flower Mound Farmers Market – Four Seasons Market
Sunday, year-round.
1500 Cross Timbers Rd., Flower Mound.
Flower Mound Farmers Market

Roanoke Farmers Market
Saturday, April-September.
500 S. Oak St., Roanoke.
Roanoke Farmers Market

ELLIS County

Downtown Ennis Bluebonnet Market
Saturday, April-October.
100 N Dallas St., Ennis.
Downtown Ennis Bluebonnet Market

Downtown Waxahachie Farmers Market
Saturday, May-October.
701 Howard Rd., Waxahachie.
Downtown Waxahachie Farmer’s Market


Downtown Denison Farmers Market
Saturday, late April-October.
701 W Main St., Denison.
Downtown Denison Farmers Market

Gunter Community Market
Sunday, late April-mid November; Christmas Market December 4. Closed on Sundays the Cowboys play at noon.
Gunter City Park, 200 W. Elm St., Gunter.
Gunter Community Market

Railcar Farmers Market of Van Alstyne
Tuesday, May-early November; Christmas Market November 29.
Central Social District, Main Dr & Van Alstyne Pkwy, Van Alstyne.
Railcar Farmers Market of Van Alstyne

GREGG County

Historic Longview Farmers Market
Saturday, May-week before Thanksgiving.
105 W Cotton, Longview.
Historic Longview Farmers Market


Downtown Cleburne Farmers Market
Sunday, May-December.
302 S Main St., Cleburne.
Downtown Cleburne Farmer’s Market


Artisan & Farmers Market
Saturday, See website for dates.
210 E. Broad Street, Forney.
Downtown Forney Market

LAMAR County

Paris Farmers and Artisan Market
Saturday, May-October.
400 SW 1st Street, Paris.
Market Square Farmers Market – Paris


Waco Downtown Farmers Market
Saturday, year-round.
500 Washington Ave., Waco.
Waco Downtown Farmers Market


Aledo Farmers Market
Monday, year-round.
Aledo Community Center, 104 Robinson Court, Aledo.
Aledo Farmers Market


Rockwall Farmers Market
Saturday, May-September.
101 W. Rusk St., Rockwall.
Rockwall Farmers Market

SMITH County

East Texas Fair Farmers Market
Saturday, May-Mid August
2112 Front Street, Tyler.
East Texas Farmers Market

Rose City Farmers Market
Saturday, April-November.
302 S. Broadway Ave., Tyler.
Rose City Farmers Market


Burleson Farmers Market
Saturday, May-November.
141 W Renfro St., Burleson.
Burleson Farmer’s Market

Clearfork Farmers Market
Saturday, year-round.
4801 Edwards Ranch Rd., Fort Worth.
The Clearfork Farmers Market

Cowtown Farmers Market
Wednesday, May-September 1.
Saturday, year-round.
3821 Southwest Blvd., Fort Worth.
Cowtown Farmers Market

Farmers Market on the Plaza at Glade Parks
Saturday, year-round.
1310 Chisholm Trail, Euless.


Grapevine Farmers & Artisan Market
Saturday, April-September.
325 S Main St., Grapevine.
Farmers Market of Grapevine

Keller Farmers Market
Saturday, May-October.
400 Bear Creek Parkway, Keller.
Keller Farmers Market

Lola’s Local Farmers Market
2nd Sunday, March-December.
2735 W. 5th St., Fort Worth.
Lola’s Local Farmer’s Market

Mansfield Farmers Market
Saturday, April-October.
Corner of E. Broad & Walnut Creek Dr., Mansfield.
Mansfield TX Farmers Market


Wichita Falls Farmers Market
Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday, year-round.
713 Ohio Ave., Wichita Falls.
Downtown Wichita Falls Farmers Market


Vernon Farmers Market
Saturday during summer,
1725 Wilbarger, Vernon.
Tuesday afternoon during summer,
Wilbarger General Hospital, East Lawn, Vernon.
Vernon Farmers Market

WOOD County

Winnsboro Farmers Market
Saturday, April-October.
111 E Carnegie St., Winnsboro.
Winnsboro Farmers Market

YOUNG County

Graham Farmers Market
Saturday, May-September.
150 US Highway 67, Graham.
Graham Farmers Market


Looking for organic? Sustainable? All local? Check the websites (and vendor applications) to find out what’s required of vendors.

Some markets vet every farm, while others allow a mix of local and non-local produce.


Bring your own shopping bags to cut down on plastic-bag use.

Bring small bills and change as a courtesy; some vendors take credit cards.

Don’t haggle. The prices given are the prices you pay.

Bring a cooler to keep your purchases fresh, if you aren’t going straight home.

Shop early for the best selection.

Share your farmers market experience on social media, tagging the farms you supported!

Thanks to the GO TEXAN Program for sponsoring this guide, and thank you for supporting all of our Texas Farmers Markets!

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