It’s easy to shop local and eat fresh throughout the spring and summer, but our market trips tend to go into hibernation during the colder months. Luckily there are plenty of local markets in the winter that offer fresh produce, meats, dairy, eggs, herbs, plants, honey, canned and baked goods, teas, and coffees to keep you warm.
Clinton Community Farmers Market
63 Halstead Street, Clinton
Every Sunday 10am-1pm
Offering specialty chocolates and gifts along with great local veggies and fruits, crafts, and beautiful cut flowers, this is the perfect weekly outing to stock up your kitchen.
Winter Farmers Market at Lenape Park
114 Seargentsville Road, Rariton Township
1st and 3rd Sundays of the month
You can take a walk in the park and brig your dogs to this market every other Sunday for locally sourced goods and crafts. Check the weather first, because it is an outdoor market.
Stangl Factory Farmers Market
50 Stangl Road, Flemington
Located inside the factory, this market operates year round with a focus on health and sustainability. They offer local food and goods from over 30 vendors in a unique, community-oriented setting.
Snipes Farm Market & Education Center
890 West Bridge Street, Morrisville
2nd and 4th Saturdays, 10-12:30
Certified organic produce and locally sourced goods, including dairy, meat, and eggs through their partnership with Miller’s biodiversity farm. They offer wonderful camp and learning opportunities, so it’s a great time to get to know them.
Doylestown Farmers Market
Superior Woodcraft at 160 North Hamilton Street, Doylestown, PA 18901.
Feb 18 10am-1pm
There is only one day left to visit this winter market that features over 25 local vendors. Go for the pickles, the bread, and the kombucha; stay for baked goods, ciders, soaps and gifts.
Wrightstown Farm Market
99 Barclay Ave, Newtown
2nd and 4th Saturdays, 10am-12pm
This market boasts over 35 local vendors offering any market good you can dream up. Artisanal cheeses, raw local honey, homemade dog treats, prepared foods, mushrooms, pottery, and everything in between.
Easton Farmers Market
325 Northampton Street, outside Easton Public Market
Every Saturday 10am-12pm
The longest-running open air market in America, this market offers winter selections of produce, baked goods, and specialty items sure to satisfy your tastebuds.
Landsdale Farmer’s Market
400 Penn St, Lansdale
2nd and 4th Saturdays through April
10-10:30 am No Dogs
10:30am-12pm Everyone Welcome
This 8-time winner in Montgomery County Happenings started in 2009 with a mission to support local growers, provide healthy foods and fine crafts to the community., while promoting education and sustainability. They offer fresh produce, baked goods, quilts, soups, prepared foods, dairy and wild salmon.
Upper Merion Farmers Market
175 W Valley Forge Road, King of Prussia
Every other Saturday Jan 7- April 29
Conveniently located behind the Upper Merion Township Building, this market is in its 13th year providing locally grown and produced foods and crafts to the community. They offer farm fresh products from nearly 30 vendors, and several fun events throughout the year.
Perkasie Farmers Market
At The Perkasie Fire Hall
Corner of 5th and Arch Streets, Perkasie
2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month
This popular market runs year round, but heads indoors during the winter months. You can support your favorite local vendors inside the Perkasie Fire Hall through April. It’s a one-stop shop for local, fresh foods, crafts, lotions and oils, micro greens, cheeses, meats honey and coffee.
Clark Park Farmers Market
43rd St and Baltimore Ave
Part of The Food Trust, whose mission to make healthy local foods accessible and sustainable, this market operates year round, and is a neighborhood favorite. The vibrant market offers a variety of produce, baked goods, cut flowers, and a chance to connect with neighbors and friends.
Fairmount Farmers Market
22nd and Fairmount
Another Food Trust Market, this market also now operates year round. There are some great retail locations in the area, so you can plan to spend a little extra time checking out the shops.
Rittenhouse Farmers Market
18th and Walnut Streets
This is part of a collection of Farm-To-City markets, whose motto is “Real Farmers, Real Food.” Find local produce, baked goods, meat and dairy, all grown with a focus on sustainability, stewardship, and community.
Chestnut Hill Farmers Market
7673 Germantown Avenue
Another Farm-to-City market, their most recent prepared offerings have been roasted root veggies, soups and stews, roasted meats, mushrooms, pastas, cheeses, breads and desserts.