Farmers markets are great places to visit because they’re full of fresh products made by local vendors. Each market is a treasure trove of booths that sell everything from produce to baked goods and art. While Coppell has an excellent farmers market, there are many other markets around Coppell that you can visit, as well. Here are a few you should be sure to explore with your family, courtesy of Creme de la Creme of Coppell.

1. Coppell Farmers Market

Coppell Farmers Market is located at 768 W. Main St., which is across from Old Town Coppell. In addition to shopping booths found both inside and outside of a covered pavilion, you’ll also discover other fun activities you can enjoy, such as an interactive fountain area and a farm-themed playground. The market is open from 8 a.m. until noon every Saturday until January when they change it to only open on the second and fourth Saturday of the month, which lasts until March.

The market has an extensive selection of vendors that sell baked goods, produce, meat and eggs, and other farm products. If it’s delicious baked goods you’re after, visit Hazels Kitchen, where you’ll have a hard time choosing from a wide variety of treats such as sugar cookies, cakes, pies, and sweet breads. Hippos and Hashbrowns bakes all their products from scratch using high-quality, local ingredients.

If you want some classically prepared French pastries baked by a U.S. Army veteran, be sure to check out Joe the Baker, or you can get some fresh bread from Village Baking Co. Want some melt-in-your-mouth cookies? Then swing by Wackym’s Kitchen.

For those in need of some fresh produce, check out Highway 19 Produce and Berries, Winona Orchards, or Delanco Farm along with an array of other vendors. To complement that fresh produce, Livestock First Ranch and Narrow Way Farms are two places you can visit for high-quality meats, including beef, pork, and chicken.

There are also non-edible products you can browse. For example, The Bohemian Shepherdess sells skincare products, and Biscuit Head Backing makes dog treats your four-legged friend will love you for. If you’d like to sniff a selection of aromatic candles, be sure to visit Abundantly Aromatic. You can also check out Flo Mo Elderberry, where they sell various Elderberry products such as syrup, tea, and herbal remedies.

There are too many vendors to name them all, so visit the Coppell Farmers Market website to take a look at all the wonderful vendors and the products they have available.

A man picking fresh, locally sourced produce at a farmers market.

Image via Flickr by docoverachiever

2. Farmers Market of Grapevine

Located about 10 minutes from Coppell, Farmers Market of Grapevine is a quick drive west. This farmers market is open all week, so it’s a great place to go for fresh products any day you need it. They’re located at 520 S. Main St. suite 203 in Grapevine and are open Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. On Sunday, hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

In addition to fresh, seasonal produce grown locally, you can also find baked goods, homemade gifts, local grass-fed beef, traditional and gourmet tamales, and cheese and other dairy products. Check out the homemade dips, handcrafted candy, and other confections for your sweet tooth. You can see all the products that are available at the Farmers Market of Grapevine on their website.

3. Cox Farms Market Farmers Branch

South of Coppell is the Cox Farms Market. This market is located at 13091 Bee St. in Farmers Branch. They’re open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. You can also visit them on Sundays between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. Cox Farms Market sells farm-fresh produce and natural products, and they’re dedicated to providing high-quality foods to their customers.

Cox Farms Market is unique because they allow you to have your products delivered or choose to do curbside pick-up. Online ordering is all set up, so you can easily shop at the market from the comfort of your home.

4. Las Colinas Farmers Market

In Irving, you’ll find Las Colinas Farmers Market outside of Lamberti’s Ristorante and Wine Bar. The market is open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturdays at 7701 N. MacAruthur Blvd. Vendors change weekly, but you can visit the Four Seasons Event Page for a list of vendors the Friday before the market each week.

Some of the vendors you may see at the market include SEXY Jalapenos, Good Stuff Specialties, Cowtown Preserves, Tamales Over Texas, and Golden Choice Enterprise. Other vendors include Tazaul Coffee, Bois d’Arc Meat Co, and Mexican and Salvadorian food. For tasty baked treats, be on the lookout for Favorite Sister Bakery or Kim’s Cookies.

5. Trinity Valley Carrollton Farmers Market

If you’re looking for a Sunday farmers market, the Trinity Valley Carrollton Farmers Market is open every Sunday from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. and is located at 2722 N. Josey Lane. Besides offering local products, this market also has beauty services, family dining, and retail shopping.

To satisfy your sweet tooth, you can visit vendors like Baked by Vonn, Muscovado Bakery LLC., or Semi Sweet Petit. Noonies Snow City Snowcones and Mom and Dot’s Homemade Sweets are also great places to visit for some tasty treats. If you’re in the market for canned or preserved goods, stop by Canning Is My Jam, Kitchen Club, Mae Nicole Dressings, or Texas Triangle Grove, where you can find jams, jellies, pickled goods, barbecue sauces, hot sauces, or salsa.

When you get hungry, head to one of the dining locations like La Casita Tacos Y Pupusas, Noonies BBQ, or Seoul Shack. You can visit the city of Carrollton’s list of vendors who are permitted to sell at the market.

With so many farmers markets in the Coppell area, you can find one to visit any day of the week for fresh, local products to bring home. What are some of your favorite farmers markets to visit in the area? Who are some of your favorite vendors? We at Creme de la Creme of Coppell, TX. would love to hear from you and add your favorite farmers market to our list!