Shenandoah Valley Farmers Markets

farmers market purchases

farmers market purchases

Running low on tomatoes or cucumbers in your garden? If so, hit one of the Shenandoah Valley’s many farmers markets and get just about anything!

My favorite market is the Harrisonburg Market. Many no-pesticide farmers and just about every fruit one would want. It’s worth a 45-minute drive Saturday mornings!

This market information was accurate as of the time of writing and may only apply to the current season. Because markets may open or close early or late depending on the season, please be sure to doublecheck before going out.

If you have a market to add or want to correct any information, please contact us.

Shenandoah Valley Farmers Markets

  • August County, Virginia
    • North Augusta Farmers Market (Wednesdays 12pm – 5pm)
    • Staunton Farmers Market (Saturdays 7am – 12pm)
    • Waynesboro Farmers Market (Saturdays 9am – 1pm)
  • Bath County, Virginia
    • Bath County Farmers Market (1st Saturday each month 9am – 1pm)
  • Botetourt County, Virginia
  • Clarke County, Virginia
  • Frederick County, Virginia
  • Highland County, Virginia
  • Page County, Virginia
  • Roanoke City, Virginia
  • Roanoke County, Virginia
  • Rockbridge County, Virginia
    • Lexington Farmers Market (Wednesdays 9am – 12:30pm)
    • Rockbridge Farmers Market (Saturdays 8am – 12pm)
  • Rockingham County, Virginia
    • Bridgewater Farmers Market (Thursdays 3pm – 7pm & Saturdays 8am – 12pm)
    • Broadway Farmers Market (Saturdays 8am – 12pm)
    • Harrisonburg Farmers Market (Tuesdays & Saturdays 8am – 1pm)
  • Shenandoah County, Virginia
  • Warren County, Virginia

Dates, times, and links were accurate at posting. Confirm before making the trip!

*** This site is comprised solely of the opinions of its author, Stacey Morgan Smith. She works to promote gardening and tourism in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, from Roanoke to the Potomac River.***

2 comments to Shenandoah Valley Farmers Markets

  • Athanasia

    Our farmer’s markets are winding down now for the year. One ends tonight and the other ends in a couple weeks, the Saturday one. It’s always sad, the ending of the season. But it has been a productive year here for much of our produce and our squash, pumpkins and apples are especially abundant.

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