You can shop for weekly groceries, find unique gifts made by local artisans, and enjoy musical talents from local artists all within this laid back atmosphere! Located right off Republic Road and Highway 60, The Farmers Market of the Ozarks offers fresh and nutritious food grown locally by over 100 vendors located in the surrounding Springfield area. Fresh fruits and veggies, meats, eggs, cheeses – you name it, the Farmers Park market has all the farm-fresh goodness you’re looking for! For more info, check out loveyourfarmer.com.
The Greater Springfield Farmers Market producers specialize in unique gifts for your home or garden, and the plant growers always have seasonal offerings from cut bouquets and nursery stock. The market runs from April 12th through October 31st and happens three times a week. Rain or shine, more than 75 producers can be found at this market with bedding plants, fruits, vegetables, meats, herbs, coffee, honey, granola, fresh baked goods, sweets, cut flowers, crafts made by local artisans, skin care and much more!
The C-Street City Market is open Saturdays from April through October on the corner of Commercial and Jefferson Ave. The Market unites our urban communities with local farmers and artists. Located right next to the Historical Jefferson Footbridge, the C-Street Market has many activities for friends and families. From free yoga to live bands at Lindbergh’s down the street; C-Street has more to offer than you might think! Here you’ll find produce, local honey, soaps, baked goods, jewelry, aprons, handmade greeting cards, gifts and so much more.
The Ozark Farmers Market hosts the area’s best farmers and artisans who offer locally produced vegetables, meats, and homemade delicacies! 100% locally produced. You can find anything you like here: artisan pastas, homemade breads, hand crafted pies, sweet corn, and even seafood you know is safe to eat. They also have veggie pizza made fresh almost every Thursday!
The Nixa farmers market isn’t that far away from the Ozark farmers market! Located in the Nixa Assembly of God parking lot, this market is filled with berries, tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, potatoes, spices and rubs, plants, baked goods and other goodies to fill your plate with. Almost all of their products are being raised and produced less than 20 miles from the market!
The Greater Polk County Farmers Market has been around for about 12 years and has been located at several different places before settling out on 950 S. Killingsworth Ave. in Bolivar, MO. This market is the place where area locals can find and buy all their fresh produce, meats, eggs, jams and jellies, fresh baked goods, plants and handmade soaps! The Polk County Market is held every week, rain or shine.