What’s the best thing about shopping at one of Nevada’s farmers markets? For starters, you can conveniently access locally grown foods picked at the peak of ripeness. There are many other reasons you want to shop at these community outlets for handcrafted products and events. Finding freshly harvested or prepared foods in the city can be a challenge. So support your local agriculture scene and try one of these five farmers markets near North Las Vegas.

Fresh 52

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The organizers at Fresh 52 are doing it right for local families looking to improve the quality of their diet. With six locations between Las Vegas and Henderson, it’s the place to go for fresh produce and much more. The friendly vendors at this lively open-air market have provided hungry residents with real, farm-fresh produce, handcrafted artisan goods, ready-to-eat foods, bread, and jewelry for over a decade.

Join sellers, neighbors, and friends and celebrate good food while empowering your community at this farmers market. Check out vendors like Bella Gourmet Sauces, Dapper Doughnut, ERBS Vegan Kitchen, Pahrump Honey, and Sundown Mushrooms. There’s even something for your furry friends from Zen Dog Life, the Mutt Stop, and Dog & Whistle. If you don’t already live here, Fresh 52 is among the many wonderful reasons to move to Las Vegas.

  • Art’s District Location: 1025 S. First Street, Las Vegas.
  • Hours: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the second and fourth Saturdays of the month.

The Las Vegas Farm

The Las Vegas Farm is a one-of-a-kind destination in Las Vegas. Since it opened to the public in 1968, this year-round market has offered locals a vast selection of seasonal fruits and vegetables. The farmers also provide eggs from happy, healthy, free-range chickens, ducks, quail, turkeys, and peacocks. Grab a loaf of bread and a jar of locally-made jams, jellies, and chutneys, or try the raw honey. It’s some of the finest in the area and is available in half-pint or pint jars. It’s completely unfiltered and unpasteurized, so it remains the pure, health-giving nectar the farm’s bees created.

There’s more to see and do at the Las Vegas Farm than merely shop for goodies. It’s also an animal rescue. Market guests can get up close and personal with many of the farm’s resident animals. You can meet the chickens, goats, pigs, horses, cows, mules, llamas, rabbits, tortoises, and barn cats. This activity is a terrific way for the kids to experience nature in North Las Vegas. While exploring the farmers market is free, there is a small fee to see the critters.

  • Location: 7222 W. Grand Teton Dr., Las Vegas.
  • Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. 

Las Vegas Farmers Market LLC.

Rod and Kathleen took over the Las Vegas Farmers Market in 2017 with the mission to grow, nourish, and inspire our community while ensuring every resident has access to high-quality, nutritious foods. This platform also gives local small businesses a marketplace to sell their products directly to Nevada’s families and prosper in a world that’s ever-challenging for food producers to thrive. So whether you can make, bake, grow, or sew, you’ll find it here.

Thanks to Rod’s long family farming history, he developed a passion for growing fresh organic produce. First, he started selling his goods through Rod’s Produce Market. Then, just five years later, he and his wife assumed the Las Vegas Farmers Market’s leadership role. Together they’ve been building and growing the year-round shopping destination into the fantastic community gathering space it is today. Vendors of all kinds, from farmers and artisans to culinary artists, come together every week to share their goods and ideas with visitors. You can even find delicious recipes online that utilize seasonal foods harvested nearby. 

  • Location: 1980 Festival Plaza Dr., Las Vegas.
  • Hours: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday. 

Intuitive Forager Farmers Market

If shopping for just-picked produce from the area’s premier farms, fields, and orchards in air-conditioned comfort sounds good to you and your family, you’re in luck. We recommend heading to the Intuitive Forager Farmers Market. This isn’t your typical setup. It’s the premier foodie destination for eco-friendly locals and guests who want to include nutritionally-dense choices in their weekly meal plans.

Located in the snazzy Art’s District, this indoor-outdoor market hosts a variety of vendors selling all the typical products you’d expect, plus a few examples of exotic produce, gourmet prepared foods, and handcrafted items. There are also occasional events, like free clothing swaps, so you never know what treasures you’ll discover. We do know the food will delight the senses and awaken your palate, like microgreens, homemade soups, goat cheese, squash, seasonal fruits, and freshly baked bread. We recommend Ned’s sourdough because it makes the best toast.

  • Location: 814 – 816 S. Commerce St., Las Vegas.
  • Hours: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday.

Downtown 3rd Farmers Market

North Las Vegas residents like you understand the value of shopping locally first. Food grown here in the area, not thousands of miles away, does more than taste better. It helps fuel growing bodies and keeps parents healthy so that you can keep up. Start your farmers market journey at the Downtown 3rd Farmers Market. It was established in 2012, and it even touts tons of parking, so come on down.

This world-class cultural and culinary marketplace is an indoor-outdoor center in the heart of the city. Many people believe fresh produce tastes the best, and here you’ll find an excellent array of foods cultivated by local farmers and other yummies like artisanal prepared foods. Knowing the money you spend stays close to home is just as important to many North Las Vegas residents as the quality of groceries they shop for each week. This market also offers fun, family-friendly activities, services, and events representing a healthy, engaging lifestyle.

  • Location: 300 N. Casino Center Blvd., Las Vegas.
  • Hours: Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Whether you’re looking for fresh produce or you want to support local agriculture, you’re in luck. The staff at Crème de la Crème of North Las Vegas put together this list of the area’s best farmers markets to explore. Which one will you try first? Drop us a line. We want to hear all about your experience.

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