Local Farmers Markets
Have you visited a local Farmers Market yet? The open-aired markets are the perfect place to buy locally grown produce and products made by local artisans. And now, you can find one in just about any area of the valley and Park City.
Here are few to check out:
Wheeler Historic Farm- All the charm of a working farm with the added bonus of the market on Sundays. Find crafts, fruit, honey, baked goods and more!
6351 S. 900 E.
Now thru October 27
Sugar House Farmer’s Market- This market has the feel of the neighborhood. Local products focus on having a Sugar House flair. Enjoy fresh produce, unique craft artisans and delicious foods on a Wednesday evening.
Now thru October
Downtown Farmers Market-Salt Lake’s longest running summer tradition, now in its 28th year, takes place on Saturday and supports local farmers and producers by offering a large variety of fresh fruits, vegetables, grass-fed beef, locally made baked goods and other culinary goods.
Now thru October 19
Park Silly Market- The Park Silly market takes place on Sundays on Park City’s Historic Main street. Lining the street, you will find artisans, local foods, jewelers and local products.
Park City’s Historic Main Street
Now thru September 22
Daybreak Farmers Market- Now in its second summer season, the Daybreak Farmers Market has become a hit with the neighborhood. Here you will find small producers, organic produce, wild seafood and many other vendors creating leather goods, pottery and more.
Daybreak-11274 Kestrel Rise Road
Now thru September 28
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