Megan Forgey

Guide to Front Range Farmers' Markets

Megan Forgey
Guide to Front Range Farmers' Markets

Denver

Cherry Creek Fresh Market 

East 1st Ave and University Blvd

Saturdays May 5- October 27, 8am-1pm

Wednesdays June 13-September 26, 9am-1pm

In its 21st season, this market houses fruits and veggies, local goods, fresh flowers, and oversized cinnamon rolls at food truck, Cinna Box.

 

City Park Esplanade Fresh Market-

E. Colfax Ave and Columbine St.

Sundays June 3-October 28, 9am-1pm

Also in its 21st season, this more affordable farmers market houses fruits and veggies, succulent tomatoes from City Yard Farms, honey, coffee and tea, crepes, and pierogis.

 

Golden Farmers Market

1019 10th St. 

Saturdays June 2-October 6, 8am-1pm

Features fresh produce, beautiful flowers, local products, and delicious hot food. Afterwards, find a bench and enjoy freshly made treats overlooking Clear Creek. 

 

Stapleton Fresh Market

E. 29th Ave and Roslyn St.

Sundays June 17-October 14, 8:30am-12:30pm

In its 14th season, this market provides freshly-grown produce, baked goods, specialty meats, gourmet food items, and more. 

 

Union Station Farmers Market 

Denver Union Station Plaza

May 12-October 20 2018 9am-2pm

This popular Farmers Market is home to many fruits and veggies, chef demo’s from Denver favorites like Mercantile Dining & Provisions, fresh flowers, and some of the tastiest tortillas from Bolder Tortillas.

 

Old South Pearl Street Farmers’ Market

1500 Block of Old South Pearl St, between Florida and Iowa Ave

Sundays, May 20th- November 18th, 9am to 1pm

Over 100 vendors and thousands of shoppers fill this market. Stand out stars include Ela Family Farms, known for their peaches and apples, and Styria Bakery, known for their fresh baked bread. 

 

Highlands Square Farmers Market

32nd and Lowell

Sunday, June 3 from 9am -1pm through September 30. 

Colorado farms and local artisan foods emphasizing quality and diverse products ranging from fresh breads and baked goods, sauces and salsas, distilled spirits, ginger and turmeric juices, kombucha, honey and more as well as a variety of food trucks as to enjoy breakfast or lunch at the farmers market. We host live local music weekly along with kids activities and an adult beverage tent with Bloody Marys, mimosas and craft beer. 

 

Highlands Ranch Farmers Market

9288 Dorchester St.

Sundays May 6- October 28, 10am-2pm

Boasting 41 years and counting of providing its community with fresh food, this farmers market offers fresh fruits and veggies, traditional bavarian sausages, locally grown rice and meat, and baked goods. 

 

Littleton Farmers’ Market

7301 S. Santa Fe Dr.

Wednesdays, June 13-October 10, 10am-2pm

Boasting 41 years and counting of providing its community with fresh food, this farmers market offers fresh fruits and veggies, traditional bavarian sausages, locally grown rice and meat, and baked goods. 

 

Southwest Plaza Farmers’ Market

Southeast Parking lot at Wadsworth and Bowles Ave

Saturdays May 5-October 27, 8am-2pm

This market has something for everyone with Colorado wines, chiropractic services, artisan soaps and candles, flowers, pottery, and of course locally grown fruits and veggies

 

Lakewood Farmers’ Market

Mile Hi Church, Alameda Ave. and Garrison St.

Saturdays June 16-September 29, 10am-2pm

Boasting 41 years and counting of providing its community with fresh food, this farmers market offers fresh fruits and veggies, traditional bavarian sausages, locally grown rice and meat, and baked goods. 

 

 

Boulder

 

Boulder Saturday Farmers Market

13th street, between Canyon and Arapahoe

April 7-November 17, 8am-2pm

One of the most famous Farmers Markets in the country, Boulder’s farmers market always draws a crowd, for good reason. There’s live music, vendors as far as the eye can see, and a chance to enjoy freshly made pastries from Izzio Bakery along the river. 

 

Boulder Wednesday Farmers Market

13th street, between Canyon and Arapahoe

May 2-October 3, 4pm-8pm

Wednesday’s market is slightly less packed, but with just as much fun to be had. From 4-8 pm, there’s live music in the beer garden, featuring a rotating local brewery each week. Stick around for yoga in Central Park from 6-7, and don’t forget to check out all of the vendors.