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Farmers Markets & Pick Your Own

Guide to local farms in York Region and Durham. Find country markets selling fresh fruit and vegetables, sweet corn, organic produce, pick your own strawberries, berries, apples and family fun farms, petting zoos and hayrides!

Main Street Markham Farmers’ Market

Find fresh, locally-grown fruits and vegetables, baked goods, preserves, flowers and much, much more, all well listening to live performances – this year, featuring new musicians and performers!

  • Every Saturday starting in mid May
  • Main Street Markham (Robinson Street and Main Street)
  • website

Applewood Farm Winery

Applewood Farm offers Strawberry picking, during Strawberry season, which usually begins in mid June.

  • Applewood Farm and Winery, 12416 McCowan Rd., Stouffville
  • website

Reesor Farm Market

Since humble beginnings as a roadside sweetcorn wagon in 1985, the Reesor Farm has been providing fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables to the Greater Toronto Area for 25 years. Sweetcorn is still one of their specialities, but the market also offers pick-your-own strawberries and raspberries as well as a multitude of other locally grown fruits, vegetables, freshly baked goods and locally made preserves.

  • Open June to October
  • Monday – Saturday
  • 10825 Ninth Line, Markham, Ontario
  • website

Unionville Stiver Mill Farmers Market

Every Sunday get local farm, natural, and handmade products: honey, smoked meats & more indoors at the Stiver Mills Farmers’ Market from 10am to 4pm

  • Open weekly from July to October
  • Historic Main Street, Unionville
  • website

Uxbridge Farmers’ Market

If you are looking for farm fresh produce and meats, home made preserves and baking, as well as hand made crafts and artwork the Uxbridge Farmers’ Market is the place to be! The Uxbridge Farmers’ Market strives to have only local produce and craftspeople represented giving you a taste and experience unique to Uxbridge.

  • Summer Market – Opens mid-May
  • Open every Sunday
  • Uxbridge Arena 291 Brock Street North Uxbridge
  • website

Georgina Farmers Market

The 2019 Georgina Farmers’ Market will feature more than 35 local vendors offering a wide variety of local products including: produce, meats, baked goods and handmade products. The market will give visitors a unique opportunity to meet, get to know and support the people in our town and nearby communities who are dedicated to growing and preparing local foods. This family friendly event will also feature free fitness classes, live music, artisans and plenty of kid-friendly activities!

  • Open every Sunday from late May until the end of September
  • The Link, 20849 Dalton Road, Sutton
  • website

19th Avenue Farmers Market

Home grown fruits and vegetables since 1963 on a 600+ acre farm! Open 7 days a week. Artichokes, eggplant, tomatoes, squash, peaches, apples and more! Come up to the farm for a visit!

  • 7 days a week
  • Located at the corner of 19th Avenue and Woodbine Avenue., Markham
  • website

Whittamore’s Farm Market

Permanently closed.

Brooks Farm

Growing Fun for over 100 years! Pick your own strawberries, peas, raspberries, gooseberries, black currants, squash and pumpkins! On site country market and seasonal family events.

  • Farm Market – Weekends beginning in early May
  • Barnyard Playland – Weekends beginning May
  • 122 Ashworth Road Mount Albert, Ontario
  • website

Newmarket Farmers’ Market

Parking lot at the corner of Timothy Street and Doug Duncan Drive. Established in 2000 – the market hosts 20+ vendors.

  • Saturdays from May to October
  • 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
  • website

Pingle’s Farm Market

Pingle’s is proud to offer fresh grown produce in our market. Carrying a variety of fresh produce that is grown on the farm as well as produce from other Ontario farms. Open for the season from April and every day until Christmas eve. The farm grows and sells: asparagus, rhubarb, strawberries, raspberries, sweet corn, cucumbers, dill weed, tomatoes, zucchini, watermelon, cabbage, fall raspberries, apples, and pumpkins. As well as a large assortment of honey, jams, gourmet foods, giftware, garden decor, candles, fresh baked pies and tarts and more in the market and the bakery.

  • Open daily
  • 1805 Taunton Road East, Hampton
  • website

Forsythe Family Farms

Fresh, delicious, locally grown food and time spent together with family and friends. Country market, fresh honey, fruits and veggies plus pick your own,

  • 1025 Cragg Road, Uxbridge, Ontario
  • website

Sherway Farmers’ Market

Sherway Farmers’ Market is open at Sherway Gardens Shopping Centre, Etobicoke. Vendors set-up in the far northeast parking lot; facing The Queensway and adjacent to Hwy 427. Sherway Farmers’ Market is famous for its consistently high quality Ontario-grown produce and vast array of Ontario-produced food products including honey, cheese, fresh-baked goods, farm-fresh eggs, Ontario-raised lamb and venison, plus additional grill and deli meats. For further information contact William at 905-317-3010.

  • Open Fridays | May to October
  • 8am – 2pm | Far Northeast Parking Lot
  • Sherway Gardens Shopping Centre, 25 The West Mall, Toronto
  • website

Collingwood Downtown Farmers’ Market

Local vendors feature a wide range of organic vegetables and fruit, baking, meats and cheeses, flowers and trees, jams and preserves, handcrafted items and more. Special activities for the family, entertainment and artists are featured each week.

  • Open Saturdays starting in mid-May
  • 8am – 2pm
  • Pine Street Parking Lot in Downtown Collingwood
  • website

Other website resources for Ontario farms & fresh produce:

www.farmersmarketsontario.com
www.greenbeltfresh.ca
www.ontariofarmfresh.com

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