The Ultimate Guide to South Jersey Farmers Markets

There’s no better place to find fresh produce than a local farmers market. So it’s a good thing South Jersey has a wealth of them! Farmers markets provide people with access to wonderful produce, and also offer the chance to come face-to-face with local farmers, artisans, and purveyors. Check out the list below to find a farmers market near you!

  1. Berlin Farmers Market
    Thursday through Sunday | 8 AM – 8 PM

    41 Clementon Road, Berlin, NJ
    Opening for the season March 20th, the Berlin Farmers Market is home to an indoor shopping center and an outdoor flea market. Inside you’ll find more than 80 stores offering everything from comics, shoe repair, antiques and furniture to an Amish bakery and fresh local produce.
Berlin Farmers Market
  1. Bordentown Farmers Market
    Sundays from June to September | 9 AM – 1 PM
    Carslake Community Center, Bordentown, NJ

    Since 2010, the mission of the Bordentown City Farmers’ Market is to provide a location where farmers can directly distribute their fresh, locally grown produce to the community, as well as creating an inviting space for local artisans, to promote and support sustainable food systems.
  1. Burlington County Farmers Market
    Open every Saturday May 8th through October | 8:30 AM – 1 PM
    500 Centerton Road, Moorestown, NJ

    Opening for the season May 8th, Burlington County operates a weekly community farmers market that features more than 30 vendors. The market is an extension of the county’s farmland preservation goals in that it provides opportunities for local farmers to direct market their products at retail prices.
Burlington County Farmers Market
  1. Collingswood Farmers’ Market
    Open every Saturday, May through Thanksgiving | 8 AM to 12 PM
    713 North Atlantic Avenue, Collingswood, NJ

    Growing since 2000, the Collingswood Farmers’ Market’s participating farmers value the opportunity to interact with the people who eat the food they grow. Their presence in the community emphasizes the role New Jersey farming plays in the preservation of landscapes, lifestyles, nutrition, and the local food supply. And it’s not just farms–local vendors and activities help make the market a vibrant and fun destination!
Collingswood Farmers Market
  1. Columbus Farmers Market
    Open Thursday through Sunday
    2919 Route 206, Columbus, NJ

    The Delaware Valley’s oldest and largest flea market with thousands of outdoor flea market items and over 65 inside retail stores, the Columbus Farmers Market is a bargain hunter’s dream! You will find just about anything–fresh produce and seafood, excellent meats, delicious baked goods, household and decorative items, clothing and accessories, flowers, plants, and garden ornaments, antiques and collectibles.
Columbus Farmers Market
  1. Cowtown Farmers Market
    Open Year-Round every Tuesday & Saturday | 8 AM – 4 PM
    780 Harding Highway, Pilesgrove, NJ

    The Cowtown Farmers Market is a twice-weekly, year round, indoor and outdoor farmers market and flea market. The market has been serving buyers and sellers since 1926.
Cowtown Farmers Market
  1. The Greater Bridgeton Amish Market
    Open every Thursday, Friday and Saturday
    2 Cassidy Court, Bridgeton, NJ

    Enjoy more than 10 vendors with farm fresh goods every weekend at The Greater Bridgeton Amish Market. Be sure to check out the weekly specials!
  1. Haddon Heights Farmers Market
    Every Sunday from May to October | 9:30 AM – 1 PM
    Station Avenue & Atlantic Avenue, Haddon Heights, NJ

    Every Sunday at the Haddon Heights Farmers Market, you will find fresh produce, unique crafts, entertainment, and highlighted specials from local businesses.
Haddon Heights Farmers Market
  1. Haddonfield Farmers Market
    Open every Saturday from May 15th through October 16th | 8:30 AM to 1 PM
    2 Kings Court, Haddonfield, NJ

    There’s always something happening at the Haddonfield Farmers Market! Each week’s offerings are dependent on the growing season, harvests and availability. Stay healthy, keep in touch with nature, and support local entrepreneurial farmers and food providers while meeting your friends and neighbors.
  1. Halters Farm Market
    Open 7 Days a Week
    74 S. Hook Road, Pennsville, NJ

    For over 30 years, the Halter Farm Market has been selling their delicious and high-quality produce such as vegetables, fruits, honeys, ciders, flowers, and more.
  1. Laurel Market
    Saturdays from June 5th to September 25th | 8 AM – 12 PM
    Sunset Auditorium, Laurel Ave, Uptown Pitman, NJ

    Laurel Market is an open-air shopping experience featuring local farmers and artisans. This market aims to encourage a healthier community through partnerships, educational programming, and by providing the community with direct access to local farmers and artisans while strengthening the local economy.
Laurel Market
  1. Rosie’s Farm Market
    Open Daily from April through November
    317 Swedesboro Road, Mullica Hill, NJ

    Rosie’s Farm Market is a family-owned and operated business committed to providing fresh Jersey produce to the Tri-State area. For over 50 years, Rosie’s has been offering the finest fresh fruit and veggies at low prices.
  1. Sorbello Girls Farm Market
    Open 7 Days a Week | 8 AM – 6 PM
    100 Moods Rd & Rt 77 South, Mullica Hill, NJ

    Sorbello Girls offers high quality, locally-grown produce, flowers, preserves, and crafts to customers throughout the region. Their roadside market is just outside the historic town of Mullica Hill.
  1. Westmont Farmers Market
    Wednesdays May through October | 4 PM – 7:30 PM
    Haddon Ave. & Stratford Ave., Haddon Township, NJ

    This mid-week market strives to bring you healthy, local food and artisanal bounty and offers fresh produce, meats, cheeses, bedding plants, flowers, and prepared foods.
Westmont Farmers Market
  1. Williamstown Farmers Market
    Thursdays 9am-5pm, Fridays 9am-8pm, Saturdays 8am-4pm
    701 N. Black Horse Pike, Williamstown, NJ

    Get the farm fresh taste of Lancaster County goodness in the heart of Williamstown! At the market you’ll find old fashioned Pennsylvania Dutch items like fresh baked pies, homemade pork and turkey sausage stuffed full on the premises, and hand-rolled soft pretzels. They have fresh produce year-round and local produce when in season. The Williamstown Farmers Market also offers shoppers a full service family restaurant with homestyle cooking.

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