Farmers’ Markets offer freshly picked, in season produce is at its peak in flavor and nutrition, as well as other wonderful products. It is a great way to support your local farmers, community, and the economy.
Meet your local farmers, learn about foods grown in your area and catch up with friends and neighbors while stocking up with local goods. Read more about the local farmers’ markets in Wellington County below.
Food you love…farmers you know. Come taste the best of the region and chat with our friendly growers and producers in our spacious open air pavilion. Fully accessible facility.
When people come to the Elora Farmers’ Market, they not only find great local foods, treats and artisanal products, they find each other too! The market is a true community hub and our customers’ energy is what makes the market so special.
In summer find us near the river in beautiful Bissell Park, Elora and in the winter we’re warm and cozy in the Paddock Building at Grand River Raceway.
Come on out and meet the people who grow your food!
Delicious and local! Local food, fresh ideas in the Town of Erin
One stop destination! Rain or shine.
134 Main Street, Erin (McMillan Park)
Guelph’s historical market. Local farmers, prepared foods, arts and crafts, and a family friendly atmosphere.
Be a part of the tradition.
“Fresh, Local, Real” featuring 100% locally grown or produced products.
Come meet your neighbours at the Minto Farmers’ Markets.
The Rockwood Farmer’s Market offers a large assortment of fresh produce, local meats and cheeses, prepared and frozen meals, local artisans as well as youth vendors.
Our market is a unique community centric, family oriented place to visit each week. Offering live music, fresh foods for dinner and many kids activities.
Buy top quality farm fresh products including produce, baked goods, preserves and handcrafted items directly from the producers while enjoying the atmosphere of Wellington North’s Culture.
The playground at Tytler Public School is transformed into a mini marketplace on Friday evenings, offering everything from beeswax candles and locally made soap to organic veggies and spicy cuisine. Hot food and crafts, as well as a young talents showing off their juggling and music skills.