If you’re looking to stock up on local produce and baked goods this fall, you’ll want to check out a Farmers Market and there are so many scattered around the Niagara region.
With vendors that sell fresh fruit and veggies, flowers, handmade products, and more, it’s the perfect one-stop shop.
However, markets aren’t the only place that you can shop locally around here. There are multiple boutique shops as well, including many in Niagara-on-the-Lake.
Here are the five best Farmers Markets in Niagara that you are going to want to visit this year.
Niagara Falls Farmers Market
Open every Saturday from May until October, you can browse their large selection of farm and artisanal products.
Some vendors that you can spot include Harvey’s Honeys, Niagara Samosa Factory, Vince’s Cured Meats, NB Distilleries and more.
Walker’s Country Market
This Niagara Farmers Market is located in Niagara-on-the-Lake and is open from 8 a.m. until 7 p.m. every day.
The market offers a large selection of jams, preserves, baked goods, sandwiches and gourmet gift items.
St. Catharines Farmers’ Market
This Farmers Market in the Niagara region is open year-round on both Thursdays and Saturdays.
Since the early 1860s, this local spot has offered fresh goods and handmade items from the local area.
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Welland Farmers’ Market
This market is the largest in the Niagara region and is open every Saturday from 7 a.m. until noon.
You can spot shelves of fruits, vegetables, meats, cheeses, baked goods and more.
This local spot is the place to check out next time you’re in Niagara. They offer take-home meals, a market and a bakery.
The farm shop is full of fresh local products, produce and culinary creations and is the perfect place to stock up when your pantry starts to run low.