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Visit the Saratoga Farmers Market

Buy local at the Saratoga Farmers Market! Open year round, the Saratoga Farmers Market brings fresh, delicious food to the Spa City so you can enjoy a taste of the good life from local growers every season.

Remember, when you buy local at the Saratoga Farmers Market, you are investing in organic produce and other products that only travel a short distance to your home. That means there is less of a carbon footprint being placed on the Earth (not to mention it's an investment in the local economy).

woman picking veggies at a farmers market Please note that this photo was taken at High Rock Park prior to 2020-2021 and does not reflect the current social distancing regulations or location

2021 Saratoga Farmers Market Details

Winter Market Dates:
November - April
Saturdays, 9:30am-1:30pm

Winter Market Location:
Wilton Mall (Food Court)
3065 Route 50
Saratoga Springs, NY


Summer Market Dates:
May 1 - October
Wednesdays, 3:00pm-6:00pm at High Rock Park; Saturdays, 9:00am-1:00pm at Wilton Mall

Summer Market Locations:
High Rock Park
112 High Rock Avenue
Saratoga Springs, NY

Wilton Mall (Bow-Tie Cinemas/Bon Ton Parking Lots)
3065 Route 50
Saratoga Springs, NY

What Can You Find?

Want to get a fresh taste of Saratoga this season? Discover the variety of choices at the Saratoga Farmers Market! Fresh greens, breads, and other goodies are available year round. Local vendors offer rich cheeses, juicy organic fruits, fresh veggies, sweet jams, creamy yogurts, baked breads, pizza, berries, maple syrup, meats, herbs, honey, and so much more.

Choose from about 40 outdoor vendors and 25 indoor vendors to find everything you need to prepare the most delicious meals (and midnight snacks) in Saratoga. You can also buy other local products such as soap, sewing crafts, home-spun wool, and more at the Saratoga Farmers Market. Live music and freshly brewed coffee add an even sweeter touch to your local shopping experience. Visit the Saratoga Farmers Market and see for yourself.

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