The Saratoga Farmers' Market Association provides Saratoga County with high-quality locally sourced food and agricultural products from farmers and producers in the region. They feature markets in Clifton Park and Saratoga Springs. We have roughly on
Back in 1978, the Saratoga Farmers' Market Association held their first summertime market in a Saratoga Springs parking lot with several trucks, local produce, a handful of farmers, and some customers.
Today, they share the bounty at a twice-weekly summer/fall market in Saratoga’s High Rock Park, as well as at other markets in Saratoga County!
About the Saratoga Farmers' Market Association
The Saratoga Farmers’ Market Association runs local “producer-only” markets. They work directly with vendors who support sustainable agriculture and grow or produce their goods in Saratoga, Schenectady, Rensselaer, or Washington Counties.
When you visit one of their farmers' markets, you can be sure that produce and products are fresh, unique, and not purchased for re-sale.
Where You Can Find Their Farmers' Markets
Saratoga Farmers' Market
From May through October, hundreds of people shop at the 50+ vendors at High Rock Park's three soaring pavilions and lawn. From November through April, the Saratoga market moves inside the Lincoln Baths building at Saratoga Spa State Park, providing wintertime access to farm fresh products from 30+ vendors.
Clifton Park Farmers' Market
From July through October, the Association hosts the Clifton Park Farmers' Market at the parking lot of St. George's Church, just one mile west of I-87 at Exit 9. In Clifton Park, you can expect the same great fresh food and local products as the other markets provide.
Malta Farmers' Market
From June through September, this seasonal outdoor farmers' market is located in the Allerdice parking lot in Malta at 2570 Route 9. Shop products from multiple vendors and support our local farmers!
What to Expect
Just some of the products offered include vegetables, fresh fruit, honey, baked goods, pasture-raised meat and poultry, cheese, fish and seafood, jam, wine, yogurt and milk, flowers and herbs, artisan goods, and food prepared on site.
Newer vendors selling items such as pickles, crackers, and hard cider are quickly gathering a following. Many of their products are Certified Naturally Grown or USDA Organic, and vendors take great pride in the quality of the products.
Want to try something different or need a recipe tip? Just ask! Every market day offers a chance for learning and exchanges between consumer and producer.