Freshly picked fruits, vegetables, leafy greens, baked goods and nuts are just some of the staples you’ll find at your local farmers market.
In Placer County, a local grower with a lot to offer is always nearby. As spring approaches, there will only be more products and goods to bring home.
So for all your fresh produce, freshly made foods and some old-fashion family time, here are some of Placer County’s best farmers markets to visit this season.
Also keep an eye out for Placer Grown signs, which tell you products are grown in the county.
This farmers market features more than 35 vendors and has free parking.
From baked goods and certified organic fruits and vegetables, you’ll also find a number of other handmade products like soap and body care.
It is open year from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 1545 Pleasant Grove Boulevard.
Open Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon at a historic and charming site, this farmers market is stocked with a little bit of everything.
Blue Oaks in Rocklin opens a little later this year, but the wait will be well worth it. It is located along Lonetree Boulevard.
You’ll find it at the popular Quarry Ponds Town Center in Granite Bay. Just follow your nose and discover all the locally grown goodness Quarry Ponds has to offer beginning this spring.
It’s located on 5550 Douglas Boulevard.
Held every Tuesday year-round, the market is not hard to miss. You’ll find it at 1198 Roseville Parkway near Peet’s Coffee.
There’s good variety of locally grown products at Sun City Lincoln Hills. The market is along Orchard Creek Lane.
Fowler Ranch is gearing up for the 2022 season beginning in May.
Visitors will find vegetables, breads, oils, honey, jams and so much local goodness.
The market is in Lincoln right off of Newcastle Highway.