Farmers markets are a great place to buy fresh produce, immerse yourself in the culture of a city, and avoid long lines at the grocery stores. Las Vegas is no exception. With many farmers markets held on any day of the week, there is no shortage of fresh foods, arts, and fun!
Here are 10 farmers markets in Las Vegas with fresh food and fun:
Let’s check out what each of these markets has to offer so you can decide which to visit first!
(Note: Some of Las Vegas’s farmer’s markets are seasonal, so please check their websites for current schedules).
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Table of Contents
- 1 1. Bruce Trent Park Farmers Market
- 2 2. Downtown Summerlin Farmers Market
- 3 3. Southern Highlands Farmers Market
- 4 4. Skye Canyon Park Farmers Market
- 5 5. Fresh52 Farmers & Artisan Market
- 6 6. Intuitive Forager
- 7 7. On the Ranch Farmers and Artisan Market
- 8 8. Market in the Alley
- 9 9. Downtown 3rd Farmers Market
- 10 10. The Las Vegas Farm
- 11 Community-Supported Agriculture
The Bruce Trent Park market offers fresh produce from Rod’s Produce Market and handmade treats and other products. This market is a part of the Las Vegas Farmers Market LLC, which hosts several other great markets in town.
Open: Every Wednesday from 2 PM – 8 PM
Address: 1600 N Rampart Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89102 (Map & Directions)
Also falling under the Las Vegas Farmers Market LLC umbrella, the Downtown Summerlin Farmers Market is not one to miss. In addition to fresh produce, you will also find fresh-cut flowers, baked goods, and more. When you are finished at the farmers market, walk around town to find more shops, restaurants, parks, and sports arenas.
Open: Every Saturday from 9 AM – 2 PM
Address: 1980 Festival Plaza Dr. Las Vegas, NV 89135 (Map & Directions)
Southern Highlands Farmers Market is also partnered with the Las Vegas Farmers Market LLC and boasts a variety of organic fruits and vegetables. If you’re all about organic produce, this market should have something for you.
Open: Every Sunday from 9 AM – 2 PM
Address: 11411 Southern Highlands Parkway Las Vegas, NV 89141 (Map & Directions)
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Fresh produce from Reedly, CA is brought directly to this Las Vegas farmers market. Also, falling under the Las Vegas Farmers Market LLC umbrella, you can expect to find high-quality produce.
Address: 10111 W Skye Canyon Park Dr. Las Vegas, NV 89166 (Map & Directions)
The Fresh52 Farmers & Artisan Market is offered at four different locations on various days of the week. A lively outdoor market, Fresh52 has a long list of vendors offering goods from mushrooms and popcorn to cupcakes and teas and everything in between.
You are sure to find some goodies to pick up at this market.
This market is hosted on various days, times, and locations. Visit the website to find the closest market to you.
Intuitive Forager offers a Farm Box that can be delivered wherever it is convenient for you. It is filled with a variety of fresh produce from small, organic, family-owned California farms. The creator of Intuitive Forager, Kerry, is a farmer herself.
She believes that from food comes healing, community, and resilience. And you can taste her passion in the products you’ll receive in your Farm Box.
Open: Fridays and Saturdays from 9 AM – 1 PM
Address: 300 N Casino Center Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89101, inside the Old Bus Station (Map & Directions)
For those who live a little north of the city, On the Ranch Farmers and Artisan Market is a good option, as it is located in North Las Vegas at Craig Ranch Regional Park. Being a smaller market, you won’t need to spend too much time here to gather all of the food items that you need.
Open: Every Sunday from 9 AM – 2 PM
Address: 628 W Craig Rd, North Las Vegas, NV 89032 (Map & Directions)
Though it’s not your typical farmer’s market, Market in the Alley showcases food, art, clothes, and more. Open Wednesday – Sunday 11 AM – 5 PM, you can spend hours visiting all of the vendors at this market.
Each vendor offers local, handmade items. The market features women-owned businesses and is a great place to discover your new favorite local shop.
Open: Wednesday – Sunday 11 AM – 5 PM
Address: 1031 E Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV 89101 (Map & Directions)
This market is Las Vegas’s largest indoor farmer’s market. You will find fresh and tasty produce from farms across Nevada and California.
Along with many people buying food for themselves and their families, you will also see chefs at the market purchasing food for their restaurant menus. This is an excellent sign that the market abounds with high-quality products.
Open: Fridays 9 AM – 2 PM
Address: 300 N Casino Center Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89101 (Map & Directions)
As the name indicates, The Farm is indeed a farm! You will find crops, live animals, and honey bees at The Farm, and on Saturdays and Sundays from 9 AM – 4 PM, you can shop around for seasonal fresh fruits and vegetables.
It is free to walk around the market, but there is a fee if you want to visit with the animals.
The Las Vegas Farm also works with a local animal rescue non-profit caring for neglected and abused farm animals. You can also host parties, weddings, and field trips at the farm. It is definitely an exciting place to check out if you are in Las Vegas!
Open: Saturdays and Sundays 9 AM – 4 PM
Address: 7222 W Grand Teton Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89131 (Map & Directions)
If you discover your favorite vendor at one of these markets, don’t forget to ask about their U-Pick programs or farm boxes, usually termed CSA’s (community supported agriculture).
CSA’s offer weekly baskets of produce that you can pick up at the market.
Participating in this subscription is a great way to support your favorite vendors. It is also a good idea to check which forms of payment are accepted by each vendor. Many accept cash, credit, and debit cards.
Some markets will also accept EBT/SNAP cards.
A local farmers market might not be the first thing that you think of when you hear “Las Vegas,” but there are so many great markets to visit. You can find fresh produce, discover local artists, and shop for handmade clothing and other products at many of these markets!
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