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Fresh finds at farmers markets around Fort Worth

Pack your reusable shopping bags, because we’ve rounded up 11 farmers markets around Fort Worth.

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Shop hundreds of vendors every weekend in Cowtown. | Photo provided by The Clearfork Farmers Market

Get ready to fill up your reusable shopping bags with fruits and veggies, Fort Worthians.

In the spirit of supporting all things local, we’ve rounded up 11 farmers markets in the Fort Worth area where you’ll find fresh food, live music, and local vendors.

The Clearfork Farmers Market | Saturday, year-round | 8 a.m.-12 p.m.

  • Features: 25+ Texas vendors selling fresh produce, plants, self-care items, candles, and pottery.
  • Parking: Parking is available at Press Cafe and surrounding parking lots throughout The Shops at Clearfork.
  • Space: Outdoors

Note: The market opens at 9 a.m. from November to March and will not operate in temps lower than 40º

The Cowtown Farmers Market | Saturday, year-round | 8 a.m.-12 p.m.

  • Features: This is the oldest market in Fort Worth and features produce, plants, meats, and cheeses — all grown within 150 miles of the city.
  • Parking: Free parking is available at the Veterans Park Grand Pavilion.
  • Space: Outdoors

Note: The market is also open on Wednesdays from May to September.

Lake Worth Farmers Market | First and third Saturday, year-round | 8 a.m.-12 p.m.

  • Features: The newly opened market has fresh, high-quality produce, breads, and meat.
  • Parking: Free parking is available at the neighboring Mary Lou Reddick Public Library.
  • Space: Outdoors

Note: Throughout the year the market will hold workshops for activities like gardening and painting.

Lola’s Farmers Market | Second Sunday, March-December | 11 a.m.-4 p.m.

  • Features: The dog-friendly market features locally grown produce, plants, flowers, and live music performances.
  • Parking: Free parking can be found out front at Lola’s Fort Worth.
  • Space: Outdoors

Note: The market will be open rain or shine.

Viva City Organic Garden Shop | Thursday-Saturday, year-round | 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

  • Features: Formerly known as the Elizabeth Anna Urban Farm & Market, the space features a large greenhouse, several gardens, and locally grown fruit and produce.
  • Parking: Free parking on site at 2825 8th Ave.
  • Space: Indoor and outdoor

Note: Various events are held from time-to-time including agricultural courses and free crafting classes for kids.

Roanoke Farmers Market | Saturday, April-September| 8 a.m.-12 p.m.

  • Features: 20+ local vendors selling fresh baked goods, homemade seasonings, pie, honey, plants, and everything in between.
  • Parking: Free parking can be found at Roanoke City Hall Plaza
  • Space: Outdoors

Note: Free yoga classes, children activities, raffles, and live music are also available every Saturday.

Watauga Artisans Market | Sunday, year-round | 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

  • Features: The market is part of a network of farmers markets established by the Four Season Markets group and features vendors selling salsa, tamales, baked goods, pet treats, and more.
  • Parking: Free parking can be found in the Coco Shrimp parking lot off Denton Highway.
  • Space: Outdoors

Note: Find giftable options like handmade jewelry, home decor, accessories, and more.

Saginaw Farmers Market | Every second and fourth Saturday, year-round | 8 a.m.-12 p.m.

  • Features: Find handmade blankets, skincare products, food vendors, and candles.
  • Parking: A free public parking lot is located off Longhorn Road in front of the food trucks.
  • Space: Outdoors

Note: When you’re done shopping, check out the Power of Produce program featuring gardening and painting workshops or kids.

The Local Farmer | Saturday, April-October | 8 a.m.-12 p.m.

  • Features: Formerly known as the Mansfield Farmers Market, customers can find 30-50 vendors carrying produce, meats, cookies, breads, and other homemade goodies.
  • Parking: Guests can park at any parking lot off Newt Patterson Road.
  • Space: Outdoors

Note: Various events are held every weekend including farm crafts and educational programming for kids.

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Checkout the variety of events held at the market on the weekends. | Photo by The Local Farmers

Arlington Foodie’s Farmers Market | Third Saturday, year-round | 5-8 p.m.

  • Features: 95+ food-oriented vendors offering fresh produce and sweets
  • Parking: Free parking is available at Bicentennial Park
  • Space: Outdoors

Note: Free parking is also available along West Pioneer Avenue, where a shuttle will pick up customers from the Phillips 66 gas station.

Burleson Farmers Market | Saturday, April-October | 8 a.m.-1 p.m.

  • Features: 80+ vendors are selling spices, homemade crafts, jams, hot sauces, coffee, and produce.
  • Parking: Free parking can be found in the heart of Old Town Burleson on West Renfro Street.
  • Space: Outdoors

Note: Ready-made baked goods are also available for purchase.

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