If you’re looking for a fun way to spend time as a family while shopping for delicious produce and other groceries, you’ll want to check out a local farmers market. These markets host a variety of vendors selling locally grown, made, or produced items like fruits, vegetables, baked goods, and artisan products. They also often boast a friendly, inviting atmosphere, making farmers markets a great place to spend some time picking out foods for the kids to enjoy.

If you don’t know where to look, though, finding a convenient farmers market can feel like a stressful endeavor. Crème de la Crème of Fishers, IN is here to help! We’ve put together this list of farmers markets near Fishers that you just have to check out.

Fishers Farmers Market

Wooden boxes covered with fresh, locally sourced radishes and leeks.

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Did you know we have an amazing farmers market right here in Fishers? Fishers Farmers Market, located at 6 Municipal Drive, boasts an array of local producers, makers, and growers. You can visit this farmers market on Saturday mornings from May through September. The market is open from 8 a.m. to noon, making it the perfect place to spend a fun family Saturday morning. The products sold here must be grown, raised, or made in Indiana by vendors, so you can look forward to supporting local businesses and treating your family to fresh, tasty goodies.

From eggs to meat to an array of produce, there’s something for everyone at Fishers Farmers Market. Stock up on honey, coffee, or wine, or give the kiddos a sweet snack to enjoy. You’ll even find products for pets! All in all, you’re sure to love the time you spend at Fishers Farmers Market soaking in the atmosphere and bringing home products to sample. You might even make this market a weekly tradition with your family.

Cumberland Farmers Market

Change things up with a Saturday morning trip to Cumberland to enjoy another great local market close to home. Part of the Buy Fresh, Buy Local movement, the Cumberland Farmers Market takes place at Cumberland Town Hall at 11501 E. Washington St. in Cumberland. This market is open every Saturday from May to October from 8 a.m. to noon. The small market typically hosts 10 to 18 vendors offering a wide range of food and craft items, so you’re sure to have a great time with the kids looking for foods to try or small gifts to give.

Looking for groceries for the week? Bring home produce, eggs, nuts, and baked goods, not to mention meats such as chicken, beef, lamb, and pork. Want unique soaps or leather goods? You’ll find all that and more here, too. You can chat with vendors about produce and recipes, or browse through artisan products and homemade crafts like jewelry, quilts, and baskets. No matter what you’re shopping for, you’re sure to find interesting local goods at this popular Cumberland spot.

Indy Winter Farmers Market

Missing the fun of going to the farmers market during the winter months? Just head into Indianapolis to enjoy the Indy Winter Farmers Market, run by Growing Places Indy. GPI, an initiative based in downtown Indianapolis, seeks to build a more just and equitable food system in the city through urban farming, food access, and more.

The Indy Winter Farmers Market is just one of a range of amazing programs GPI offers. This farmers market provides an urban location for farmers and producers to directly connect with the wider community. Indy Winter Farmers Market takes place every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. from November through April, making it the perfect place for your farmers market fix in chillier seasons. You’ll find the market at Circle City Industrial Complex, 1125 E. Brookside Ave. in Indianapolis.

With 75 unique vendors selling everything from fruits and vegetables to meat, dairy, herbs, baked goods, and other natural products, Indy Winter Farmers Market has just what you need when you’re planning a Saturday with the family in the winter. You don’t have to cross these great products off your list during the summer, though. GPI also runs two farm stands selling locally grown produce and goods from June through September, and a CSA program from June through August.

Farmers Market at the Fairgrounds

Drive over to Greenfield to enjoy Farmers Market at the Fairgrounds. This popular farmers market is open throughout the year, so you’re sure to find the perfect time to visit with the kids.

Located at 620 N. Apple St. in Greenfield, the market is open on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to noon from May to October, Wednesdays and Saturdays from 8 a.m. to noon from July to September, and the first and third Saturdays of every month from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. from November to April. The latter market takes place inside the heated show arena, so you don’t need to worry about braving the elements to stock up on produce, sauces, meats, honey, mushrooms, and more.

Healthway Park Farmers Market

Healthway Park Farmers Market is a new farmers market set to open in New Palestine in June of 2021. Mark your calendars so you don’t miss out on exploring all the wholesome goodness you’re sure to find at this nearby market. When it opens, you’ll find Healthway Park Farmers Market at 5044 S. Roy Wilson Way in New Palestine, in the parking lot of the Hancock Wellness Center.

In addition to local fruits, veggies, cheeses, butter, eggs, and meats, the new market will also host an array of craft vendors. Buy some pottery, leather goods, or soaps while picking out produce for the week ahead, or shop for tasty baked goods for a gathering with loved ones. The market is scheduled to run from June through October on Tuesdays from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.

There you have it! Crème de la Crème of Fishers just gave you five great farmers markets easy to get to from our hometown. Did we miss a local farmers market your family loves? Let us know so we can add it to our list.