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Farmers Markets in the Traverse City Area

One of the best things about Northern Michigan is the fresh goodness of locally grown fruits and vegetables. Various farm markets around the region offer a bounty of the best-
tasting produce around. Shopping for fresh produce is convenient, with many of the local
farm markets open from May until September or October.

Sarah Hardy Farmers Market

Located in Downtown Traverse City between Grand Traverse Bay and the Boardman River. In 2024, the market is open 7:30am-12pm on Saturdays from May 4th-October 26th AND 8am-12pm on Wednesdays from June 5th-October 30th. Apply by clicking here.

The Village Farmers Market

Located between Cottageview Drive and Red Drive at Grand Traverse Commons. The outdoor market will be open from November 4th, 2023 to late April, 2024 (Stay tuned for end date). Hours are 10am-2pm on Saturdays. The outdoor market is typically open from 1-5pm on Mondays, from early June to early October. Both are located on Cottageview Drive, near Trattoria Stella in the Village. Call or text Diana at (231) 620-3585 to register.

Interlochen Farmers Market

Located at the corner of M-31 and M-137 in Interlochen, the Farmer Market & Arts and Crafts Show generally runs from 9am-2pm on Sundays from early May until late October. For more information, call (231) 970-1340.

More Farmers Markets in the Traverse City Area:

  • 9 Bean Rows – 9000 E. Duck Lake Rd., Suttons Bay. (231) 271-6658
  • Altonon Orchard – 11595 US-31 S., Williamsburg. (231) 264-8052
  • Cedar Sol Hydro Farm – 9452 S. Cedar Rd., Cedar. (231) 883-8080
  • Chaney Farm Market – 11225 Lossie Rd., Williamsburg.  (231) 267-9956
  • Cherry Bend Farm – 9606 E. Cherry Bend Rd., Traverse City. (231) 932-7571
  • Elzer Farm – 15208 Peninsula Dr, Traverse City. (231) 223-4369
  • Farmer White’s – 11373 U.S. 31, Williamsburg. (231) 632-1500
  • Frosty Acres – 6875 Bates Rd., Williamsburg. (231) 267-5411
  • Gallagher’s Centennial Farm – 5904 N. Long Lake Rd., Traverse City. (231) 421-5199
  • Gallagher’s Farm Market and Bakery – 7237 E. Traverse Hwy., Traverse City. (231) 947-1689
  • Groleau Farm Market, 2100 E. Hammond Rd., Traverse City. (231) 929-9654
  • Hooper’s Farm Gardens – 2399 Kroupa Rd, Traverse City. (231) 649-2826
  • Hoxsie’s Farm Market – 6620 M-72 E, Williamsburg. (231) 267-9087
  • Light of Day Organic Farm & Tea Shop – 3502 E. Traverse Hwy., Traverse City. (231) 228-7234
  • Traverse Bay Farms – 7053 S. M-88 Hwy., Bellaire. (231) 533-8788
  • Youker Farm Market – 4977 S M-37, Grawn. (231) 943-4003

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