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Farmers Markets 2022: Denver, Boulder & Beyond

Nourish Your Local Roots

Looking for 2022 farmers markets in Denver, Boulder, even Parker and Golden and Aurora? You've come to the right place for dates and times (always double-check before you head out). 

When you shop these local markets, you'll experience the true joy of cooking farm to your own table. Not only does everything you create taste even more delicious, but you can support local growers and small farms in the process.

Metro Denver Farmers Markets 2022

Central Park Farmers Market
Sundays, 6/5-10/9, 8:30am-12:30pm
Founders Green, 29th Ave. & Roslyn St.
Cherry Creek Fresh Market
Saturdays, 5/7-11/5, 9am-2pm
Wednesdays, 6/15-9/28, 9am-1pm
1st Ave. & University Blvd.
City Park Farmers Market
Saturdays, 5/14-10/29, 8am-1pm
City Park Esplanade
E Colfax Ave. & Columbine St.
Highlands Square Farmers Market
Sundays, 6/2-10/10, 9am-1pm
32nd Ave. & Lowell St.
People + Produce
Sundays, 6/5-10/2, 9am-1pm
Belleview Station, 4910 S Newport St.
Sol Farmers Market
Sundays, 5/15-10/16, 9am-1pm
3010 E 6th Ave., Denver
South Pearl Street Farmers Market
Sundays, 5/1-11/13, 9am-1pm
South Pearl St. between Iowa & Florida Ave.
Stanley Farmers Market
Fridays, 6/3-9/30, 9am-1pm
Stanley Marketplace, 2501 N Dallas St.
Union Station Farmers Market
Saturdays, 6/4-9/10, 9am-1pm
Union Station, 1701 Wynkoop St.

Denver Suburbs Farmers Markets 2022

Arvada Farmers Market
Sundays, 6/5-9/25, 9am-1:30pm
Olde Town Arvada
57th Ave. & Olde Wadsworth Ave.
Aspen Grove Farmers Market
Wednesdays, 6/15-9/28, 10am-2pm
7301 S Santa Fe Dr., Littleton
Golden Farmers Market
Saturdays, 6/4-10/8, 8am-1pm
Golden Public Library, 1019 10th St.
Highlands Ranch Farmers’ Market
Sundays, 5/1-10/30, 10am-2pm
Highlands Ranch Town Center
9288 Dorchester St.
Lakewood Farmers Market
Saturdays, 6/11-9/24, 10am-2pm
Mile Hi Church, 9077 W Alameda Ave.
Parker Farmers Market
Sundays, 5/8-10/3, 8am-1pm
19565 Mainstreet
Southlands Farmers Market
Saturdays, 5/7-9/24, 8am-1pm
Southlands Shopping Center
6205 S Main St., Aurora
Westminster Farmers Market
Saturdays, 6/4-9/24, 9am-1:30pm
Sheridan Blvd. & 98th Ave.

Boulder & North Farmers Markets 2022

Berthoud Farmer’s Market
Saturdays, 6/18-9/24, 9am-12pm
620 Mountain Ave, Berthoud
Boulder Farmers Market
Saturdays, Now-11/19, 8am-2pm
Wednesdays, 5/4-10/5, 4pm-8pm
13th St. between Arapahoe & Canyon
Broomfield Farmers’ Market
Tuesdays, 6/14-9/27, 4-7pm
Holy Comforter Episcopal Church
1700 W 10th Ave.
Erie Farmers Market
Thursdays, 5/12-9/8, 5-8pm
Briggs St. between Wells & Moffat
Farmers Market at Fairgrounds Park
Sundays, 6/5-9/25, 9am-1pm
700 S. Railroad Ave., Loveland
Longmont Farmers Market
Saturdays, Now-11/19, 8am-1pm
Boulder County Fairgrounds
9595 Nelson Road
Louisville Farmers Market
Saturdays, 5/14-10/15, 9am-1pm
Steinbaugh Pavilion, 824 Front St.
Nederland Farmers Market
Every Other Sunday, 5/8-10/2, 10am-2pm
80 E 2nd St., Nederland

Farmers Market Tips

Here are a few ways to make the most of your trip to a Colorado farmers market near you:

  1. Arrive early. While sleeping in on the weekends sounds absolutely divine, an early trip to the farmers market ensures you'll get first pick and won't miss out on items that typically sell out quickly (e.g. berries, corn, heirloom tomatoes).
  2. Walk the market first, take a lap! Check prices, see what's available and let it inspire your inner chef. Then circle back to make your purchases.
  3. Chat with a farmer or vendor. Learn more about their farm, how they grow, and what they offer. See a fruit or veggie variety you're not familiar with? Ask about it! Many love to educate customers. Just don't haggle over prices.
  4. Stop by the ATM and bring cash. While many farmers market booths accept cards these days, fees often take a bite out of their income. Even better? Come with small bills and loose change for easier buying.
  5. Shop what's in season if you want to enjoy fruits and veggies at their peak of freshness. Ask vendors what they recommend or plan your farmers market trips using our handy chart.
  6. Come with a general list or menu plan but be open to trying new things or swapping out ingredients if you can't find exactly what you need. It will also help keep you on track to only buy what you'll use.
  7. Diversify! Buy plants, fresh bread and handmade goods from upcoming makers. Grab a bite from a food truck or two. Farmers markets are a great spot to support all types of local businesses.
  8. Bring your own bag. If you're planning to shop for an entire week or a big summer barbecue, a cart or wagon might come in handy. Just be conscientious of taking up room in booths and watch out for other people's toes!

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