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7 Outdoor Farmers Markets in DFW

Jay Marks

Jay has been selling real estate since 1993 and has had the opportunity to help several thousand clients buy and sell real estate over those 25 years ...

Jay has been selling real estate since 1993 and has had the opportunity to help several thousand clients buy and sell real estate over those 25 years ...

Aug 19 4 minutes read

Does anyone else love the feeling of walking around a farmers market on a beautiful Texas day? Soaking in all the smells and perusing all of the various vendor stands? Well, then you are in the right place!

Here are some of the best farmers markets to check out here in Dallas-Fort Worth. Even if you don't live nearby these markets, they're worth the commute!

Denton Community Market

When: Every Saturday, 9am-12pm (Apr-Nov)

Where: 317 W. Mulberry Street, Denton

Denton Community Market is a producer-only farmers market and art market in downtown Denton, featuring live music, kids activities, local farms, local artists, food trucks, food vendors and more!

*During COVID-19, please observe social distancing while at the market and face coverings are required.

McKinney Farmers Market at Chestnut Square

When: Every Saturday, 8am-12pm (Apr-Nov); 1st & 3rd Saturdays, 9am-1pm (Dec-Mar) 

Where: 315 S Chestnut Street, McKinney

The McKinney Farmers Market at Chestnut Square is consistently ranked as one of the top farmers markets in Texas and has a variety of vendors offering farm fresh produce, speciality items, arts and crafts, jewelry, candles, and more. Each Saturday you'll also find live music, face painting, and pony rides.

*During COVID-19, there are designated entry and exit points and face coverings are required.

Coppell Farmers Market

When: Every Saturday, 8am-12pm

Where: 768 W. Main Street, Coppell

Whatever produce you purchase at the Coppell Farmers Market is sure to be fresh because they only allow produce vendors located within a 150-mile radius of Coppell. In addition to produce, you'll find plants, baked goods, empanadas, tamales, kombucha, ginger beer, and more! 

*During COVID-19, please observe social distancing while at the market and face coverings are required.

Cowtown Farmers Market

When: Every Wednesday & Saturday, 8am-12pm

Where: 3821 Southwest Blvd, Fort Worth

The Cowtown Farmers Market is open year-round and features vendors selling everything from goat milk lotion to locally roasted coffee to fresh produce. They are proud to promote Texas agriculture as part of Go Texan and are also part of the North Texas Farmers Market Association.

*During COVID-19, please observe social distancing while at the market and face coverings are required.

Dallas Farmers Market

When: Every Saturday, 9am-5pm; Every Sunday, 10am-5pm (The Shed Open Air Farmers Market)

Where: 1010 S. Pearl Expy, Dallas

Probably the most well-known of all the farmers markets in DFW is the Dallas Farmers Market held at The Shed. The Shed is an open air pavilion where you can shop from vendors that grow, raise, make and produce your food. You can also find a handful of arts and crafts vendors throughout the year.

*During COVID-19, please observe social distancing while at the market and face coverings are required.

Grapevine Farmers and Artisan Market

When: Every Saturday, 10am-4pm (June 6-Sept 12 2020)

Where: 325 S. Main Street, Grapevine

Grapevine's Outdoor Market can be found in the heart of downtown Grapevine near the historic gazebo. You'll find lots of incredible produce as well as some other fantastic local vendors selling everything from jewelry to soaps to art. Grapevine also has an indoor market that's open year-round located just up the street at 520 South Main Street #203.

*During COVID-19, please observe social distancing while at the market and face coverings are required.

Frisco Fresh Market

When: Every Saturday, 8am-4pm; Every Sunday, 10am-4pm

Where: 9215 John W. Elliott, Frisco 

The Frisco Fresh Market is open year-round every Saturday and Sunday with vendors selling freshly-harvested and carefully-prepared foods. There's also music and a number of family-friendly events throughout the year including a Fall Petting Zoo, car shows, and blood drives.

*During COVID-19, please observe social distancing while at the market and face coverings are required.

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