A Guide to the Best Orlando Farmers Markets

Looking for a budget-friendly and easy date day idea? Pay a visit to an Orlando farmers market. We have a dozen located around the city and in nearby suburbs, each offering a huge assortment of produce, local meats, artisan products and eat-on-the-fly nosh.

This guide is updated throughout the year, most recent update April 2022 by Dani Meyering

Windermere Farmers Market

Fridays, 9 am-1:30pm
Windermere Town Square on Main Street (in front of Town Hall)

It doesn’t get more laid back than this cute local market. Live music fills the air as you peruse an assortment of vendors offering produce, gourmet food items, and handmade goodies. Trees overhead provide ample shade, while surrounding parks provide a peaceful place to enjoy your foodie finds. This is also a great spot to eat while you shop; sip fresh smoothies, nosh on fare from local food purveyors, and pick up something sweet for dessert.

Make it a complete date by arriving early for coffee and pastries at Paloma Coffee Co., then walk to Lake Street Park to soak up waterfront views of Lake Down from the covered pavilion.

What you’ll find there: Fresh produce, fresh pasta, micro greens, dips, gourmet popcorn, honey, kombucha, kimchi, olive oil, salsas and so much more

Windermere Farmers Market

Winter Park Farmers Market

Saturdays, 8 am-1pm
Central Park West Meadow, New York and Morse

Held at Winter Park’s scenic Central Park just off Park Avenue, this farmers market has great vendors in a prime location. Find produce from local Central Florida farms alongside specialty food items to take dinners at home to the next level. And for added ambiance, there’s live music beginning at 10am. This is a popular market that’s typically in full swing by late morning, so arrive early if you’re looking for a more low key shopping experience. And go hungry! You can buy and enjoy a delicious market breakfast as you meander from stall to stall.

What you’ll find there: Local produce, gourmet cheeses, tons of plants, baked goods, local honey, orchids and flowers, fresh baked bread, fresh pasta, fish, live music

Fresh produce at Winter Park Farmers Market
Image credit: Winter Park Farmers Market

Winter Garden Farmers Market

Saturdays, 8 am-1pm
Historic Downtown Winter Garden

Just like Winter Garden itself, this local farmers market has grown into a happening place to be on Saturdays. It offers a variety of vendors, many of which are local to the Winter Garden community and surrounding areas. There is also live music every weekend starting at 10am. With the market’s location off Plant Street, you can also wander around Historic Winter Garden and check out other local spots, like Axum Coffee, Rosallie, and Plant Street Market. Read our full guide to the Winter Garden Farmer’s Market here.

What you’ll find there: Local organic produce, artisan cheese, gourmet pickles, European breads, flowers, baked goods, micro greens, artisan goods

Farm Nine floral vendor at Winter Garden Farmer's Market
Image credit: Stephanie Machado

Clermont Farmers Market

Sundays, 9 am-2pm
Montrose Street near City Hall

If you’ve been looking for an excuse to visit Historic Downtown Clermont, plan a market trip with extra time to explore the shops, lakefront views, breweries and restaurants throughout downtown. This lively market takes place along Montrose Street, allowing you to wander into the local shops lining the street, which is shut down to traffic on market days. Live music sets the scene for a relaxing Sunday stroll discovering unique finds. Double-check the website for holiday hours such as being closed on Easter.

What you’ll find there: Produce, fresh eggs, flowers, plants, meat, seafood, handmade items, home goods

Clermont Farmers Market
Image credit: Clermont Farmers Market

Maitland Farmers Market

Sundays, 9 am-1:30pm
New Location – Independence Lane next to City Hall

The Maitland Farmers Market takes place at a new location of Independence Lane next to City Hall. Grab something to eat from one of the vendors or one of the many businesses at Maitland City Center. Wander around the market to shop at vendor booths or continue strolling along the Maitland Bike Trail to reach Lake Lily Park. Live music typically kicks off around 10am.

What you’ll find there: Produce, plants, artisan crafts, food trucks, jerky, dips, lemonade, honey, live music

The Old Red Barn of Geneva Farmers Market

Every Third Saturday, 9 am-2pm
2993 W. Osceola Rd., Geneva, FL 32732

Come out to The Old Red Barn of Geneva’s monthly Farmer’s Market and enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables, homemade baked goods, jams, fresh eggs and much more. They have added to their produce section and will be giving out free samples of some salsas and jams. There will be local artisans as well. Be sure to follow them on Facebook and Instagram to see what DIY and special events they are offering! Barns are open until 5:30.

While their farmer’s market is once a month, The Old Red Barn of Geneva is open Mon-Sat 9 am-5:30pm. With over 25 vendors, there is something for everyone. From rustic farm house and French country d├ęcor to local jams, jellies, salsas and handmade items, their inventory is constantly updated.

What you’ll find there: Fresh produce, homemade baked goods, jams, fresh eggs, local artisans and much more

Old Red Barn Farmers Market
photo provided by The Old Red Barn of Geneva

Orlando Farmers Market

Sundays, 10 am-3pm
Lake Eola Park

Lake Eola Park draws hundreds of visitors on Sundays for the Orlando Farmers Market. You can find almost anything at this market, including fresh produce, baked goods, crafts, handmade jewelry, food and more. Many families attend this event and so do many four-legged, furry family members.

What you’ll find there: Fresh produce, kettle corn, gourmet cheese, fresh juices, artisan goods, live music

Orlando Farmers Market Sundays at Lake Eola Park
Image credit: Orlando Farmers Market

Audubon Park Community Market

Mondays, 5-8pm
Stardust Coffee Parking Lot

Looking for something different to do on a Monday evening? Head on over to the Audubon Park Community Market. It’s been around since 2009 and features a collection of all locally prepared meals, art, produce, baked goods and other yummy finds. It is a pet-friendly event, and this market has one of the best selections of dessert vendors due to its location in the Audubon Garden District, which houses many local bakeries. Visit the market’s website for a list of participating vendors posted each week.

What you’ll find there: Produce, kombucha, raw milk and cheese, seafood, composting services, art, baked goods, local vendors

Image credit: Audubon Park Community Market

Pro-tip: Make sure you know what is actually in season before you go, that way you’ll know what will taste the best and have the best price. Check out Fresh From Florida – What’s In Season.

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