New Jersey Farmers’ Market Guide
Whether in your own community or during your summer travels, farmers’ markets are one of the best places to experience the tastes of the Garden State. Get out, buy local and support our farmers this season.
EDITOR’S NOTE: List as of press time: visit ediblejersey.com or findjerseyfresh.com for updates. Markets highlighted in red are participating in Edible Jersey’s 2019 Festival of Farmers’ Markets. For more farmers’ market information, special events and activities, visit ediblejersey.com.
Sat., 8am–12pm, May 25–Aug. 31
Fall Market opens Oct. 19, 9–1pm
Revere Blvd. between 15th and 16th Sts.
Thurs., 8:30am–12pm, June 13–Aug. 29
Amherst and Monroe Aves., Steve and Cookie’s parking lot
Fri., 11am–6pm, June 7–Oct. 25
Corner of N. Van Brunt St. and Demarest Ave., Depot Square Park
Sun., 8am–2pm, June 30–Nov. 24
1355 Inwood Terr., Fort Lee Community Ctr.
Tues., 12–6pm, June 18–Oct.
Central Ave. and Blvd.
Wed., 2–7pm, May–Oct.
Farview Ave. at Petruska Memorial Park
The Paramus farmers’ market is an interactive and fun weekly event. Come meet the people who make and grow your food. Small batch, local production.
Outdoor market: Sun., 9am–2pm, June–Nov.
Erie Plaza Station Indoor market: Sun., 10am-2pm, Dec.–Mar.
Eric Smith School, 73 Monroe St.
Voted best farmers’ market in Bergen County, with more than 50 vendors, artisans, special events, cooking demos and music.
Sun., 9am–3pm, June 23–Oct 27
Train Station lot, Godwin and W. Ridgewood Aves.
Thurs., 12–6pm, June 6–Oct. 31
406 Rivervale Rd., Town Hall lot
Thurs., 12–6pm, June 6–Oct. 31
Beverly Rd. and Garrison Ave. municipal lot
Teaneck farmers’ market’s mission is to bring fresh produce and artisan goods to Teaneck, to promote a healthy lifestyle and to support the importance of community.
Sun., 9am–1pm, June 2–Sept. 29
Veterans Way, next to Boyd’s Pharmacy
Sat., 8:30am–2pm, May 11–Oct. 27
500 Centerton Rd., Moorestown
Locally grown fruits and vegetables, meat, cheeses, eggs, prepared foods and crafts. Entertainment and cooking demonstrations weekly with special events throughout the season.
Outdoor: Thurs. and Sat, 8am–3pm, and Sunday, 8am–5pm.
Indoor: Thurs. and Sat., 8am–8pm, Fri., 10am–8pm. Year ‘round
2919 Rte. 206
“Produce Row” Wednesday – Sunday features produce and seafood at wholesale prices. Also, excellent meats, baked goods, flowers and an outdoor flea market.
Thurs., 4:30–8pm, May 16–Sept. 26.
Broad St. and Cinnaminson Ave. (Grove Park)
Live music and food trucks turn your trip to the market into a fun, family night out. Features local vendors, food trucks and entertainers.
Fri., Sat. and Sun., 8am–4pm, Year ‘round
41 Clementon Rd.
Sat., 8am–12pm, May 4–Nov. 23
713 N. Atlantic Ave.
The Collingswood farmers’ market has offered Locally sourced produce, foods, and artisan goods to help promote a “growers’ and food producers’ market” since 2000.
Sun., 9:30am–1pm, May 5–Oct. 27
Station and E. Atlantic Aves.
Sat., 8:30am–1pm, May 18–Oct.
12 Kings Ct.
Sat., 10am–2pm, June–Oct.,
and First Fridays, June–Oct., 4:30pm–8:30pm
Centre St. and Chestnut Ave.
CAPE MAY COUNTY
Sat., 8am–12:30pm, May 25–Sept. 28
Pacific and Oak Aves. (Byrne Plaza)
Wed., 8am–1pm, June 26–Sept. 4
6th St. and Asbury Ave. (Tabernacle grounds)
Sea Isle City
Tues., 8am–1pm, June 18–Aug. 27
JFK Blvd. and Pleasure Ave. (Excursion Park)
Sun., 8am–12:30pm, May 26–Sept. 1
95th and 2nd Aves. (Water Tower Lot)
West Cape May
Tues., 3–7:30pm, June 25–Aug. 27
732 Broadway (Backyard Park at Borough Hall)
Come for farm fresh produce… linger for the wonderful sense of community. Make Tuesdays your “no-cook” night and grab dinner from one of the diverse local vendors!
Sat., 9am–4pm, year-round
720 Shiloh Pike
Tues., 12–7pm, July 2–Oct. 29
44 City Hall Plaza
The East Orange farmers’ market features local growers, culinary demos, vendors and more every Tuesday. Join us at City Hall Plaza!
Mon., 2–7pm, June 3–Nov. 18
Springfield Ave. between Yale and Oberlin Sts.
2019 marks the 25th anniversary of the Maplewood Farmers’ Market. They feature a great list of farmers and gourmet food artisans every week. Easy parking, too!
Tues., 1–6pm, June 4–Oct. 29
Corner of Main and Essex Sts.
Sat., 8am-2pm, June l-Nov. 24
Walnut St. Train Station parking lot at Greenwood Ave.
Thurs., 11am–4pm, Year ‘round
201 Lyons Ave.
Newark DD Common Greens
Thurs., 11am–3pm, May 30–Oct. 31
PSE&G Plaza, 80 Park PL.
Newark Down Bottom Market (Ironbound)
Tues., 2–7pm, June 4–Oct. 22
Down Bottom Farm, 371-395 Ferry St.
Newark Lincoln Park
Fri., 3–7pm, June 28–Oct. 25
450 Washington St.
Sun., 9am–2pm, June 16–Oct. 28
537 Frankin Ave.
Visit the Nutley farmers’ market for live musical entertainment, special events, regionally grown produce, scenic walks and more.
Fri., 12–6pm, June 14–Oct. 25
Corner of Roseland and Harrison Aves.
Wed., 2–7pm, June 5–Oct. 30
Sloan St., Lot 9
Laurel Market Sat., 8am–12pm, June 1–Sept. 28
Sunset Auditorium on Laurel Ave.
Sat., 8am–4pm, Year ‘round
701 N. Blackhorse Pike
Tues., 2–7:30pm June 4–Nov. 26
Garden St., between 4th and 5th
Hoboken Garden St.
Sat., 9am–2pm, May–Dec.
14th and Garden Sts.
There is a farmers’ market nearly every day of the week in Jersey City! These independently operated markets offer Local fresh fruits and vegetables, cheese, meat, prepared foods and more. jerseycitynj.gov
Jersey City Arlington Park
Sat., 10am–2pm, July 13–Oct. 26
Arlington Park at Arlington Ave. and Grand St.
Jersey City Hamilton Park
Wed., 3–7:30pm, May 1–Dec. 18
8th St. at Jersey Ave. j
Jersey City Historic Downtown SID
Mon. and Thurs., 4–8pm, April 29–Dec. 23
Grove St. PATH Plaza
Jersey City Journal Square Green Market
Wed. and Fri., 2–7pm, May 1–Dec. 20
Journal Square Fountain near PATH Plaza
Jersey City Lincoln Park
Sun., 10am–3pm, June 16–Oct. 27
Inside park corners of West Side & Belmont Aves.
Jersey City Paulus Hook
Sat., 10am–4pm, April 27–Dec. 21
Washington St. south of Dudley St.
Jersey City Riverview Park
Sun., 10am–3pm, May 5–Nov. 17
Palisades Ave. and Bowers. St.
Jersey City Van Vorst Park
Sat., 8am–3:30pm, April 27–Dec. 9
Jersey Ave. at Montgomery St.
Thurs., 12–6pm, June 27–Oct. 24
Kearny and Garfield Aves.
Sun., 9am–1pm, May 5–Oct. 27
North County Hunterdon Library, 65 Halstead St.
Flemington Hunterdon Land Trust at Dvoor Farm
Sun., 9am–1pm, May 19–Nov. 24
111 Mine St., Rte. 12 Circle
Organic produce, meat, bread, cheese, honey and more. Enjoy live music and special programs, too!
Flemington Stangl Factory
Sat., 9am–3pm, Year ‘round
Mine St. and Stangl Rd.
The Stangl. Factory market offers a selection of products from more than 30 vendors. Enjoy the market’s unique atmosphere while you browse produce, meats, breads, cheeses and more.
Sat., 9am–1pm, June–Sept.
Fire Co., 971 Milford-Warren Glen Rd./Rte. 519
Sat., 8:30am–12pm, May 11–Oct.
Across from Municipal Building
Sun., 10am–4pm, Year ‘round
19 Bridge St.
Sat., 9am-1pm, June 1-Oct
Shoppes at The Farm 665 US Highway 22 East
The Shoppes farmers’ market is dedicated to providing shoppers local, organic produce, grass fed meats, and artisanal goods. Entertainment and live music every week.
Roots to River Farm Market at Gravity Hill
Sat.–Sun., 10am–3pm, May 11–Nov.;
Sun., 11am-3pm, Nov–April
Gravity Hill Farm, 67 Pleasant Valley Rd. r
Sat., 9am–1pm, May 25–Nov. 23
101 Rte. 31 N.
The Pennington farmers’ market provides local farmers an opportunity to sell directly to the public, offers a forum for artists and nonprofits, while encouraging sustainability.
Thurs., 10am–3pm, May 16–Nov. 14
Tues., 3:30–7pm, June 25–Aug. 27
The Shoppes at Foxmoor, 1095 Washington Blvd.
Trenton Capital City
Thurs., 11am–2pm, May 9–Oct. 31
Mill Hill Park on Front St.
The Capital City market is Mercer County’s largest weekly lunchtime event from May through October! TDA also offers 10 FREE evening concerts from June 27 – September 5 at 5 pm.
Trenton Greenwood Ave.
Mon., 12–5pm, June 17–Oct. 21
427 Greenwood Ave.
This market is a community impact program of the Capital Area YMCA… fresh food, music, free health screenings, nutrition education and more!
Trenton Spruce St.
Thurs.–Sat, 9am-6pm, Jan.–April;
Sun 10am–4pm, May–Dec. Year ‘round
960 Spruce St.
An institution since 1948, running indoors year-round offering everything from Amish meats, Polish pierogi, jewelry, flea market finds and, of course, Jersey Fresh produce!
West Windsor Community
Sat., 9am–1pm, May 4–Nov. 23
2 Vaughn Dr. Commuter lot, West Windsor
Since 2004, the WWCFM has been a staple for friends and neighbors to gather and support local farms and vendors. Find organic meats, cheese, baked goods and more.
Sun., 8am–2pm, June 16–Nov. 24
925 Amboy Ave.
Fri., 11am–5:30pm, May–Dec. 21
8 Raritan Ave.
The Highland Park market boasts a large variety of local vendors throughout the season–and a different special event every month (see website for details)!
Sat., 9am–2pm, June 15–Nov. 23
Borough Plaza, New and Center Sts.
New Brunswick Jones Ave.
Tues., 10am–2pm, June 25–Oct. 29
NBCFM Market Pavilion, 178 Jones Ave.
New Brunswick Kilmer Square
Wed., 11am–3pm, June 26–Oct. 30
Kilmer Square Park, 108 Albany St.
New Brunswick Rutgers Gardens
Fri., 11am–5pm, May 3–Dec. 20
112 Ryders Ln.
Wed., 1–8pm, mid-June–Sept.
Wed., 3–8:30pm, June 26–Oct.
Parker Press Park
Spend the day at the Woodbridge farmers’ market and buy fresh fruit, veggies and more, plus enjoy different food truck vendors serving up fresh eats each week.
Asbury Park Fresh
Sun., 10am–3pm, May 12–Nov. 17
Kennedy Park, Grand and Cookman Aves.
Asbury Park Sunset
Sat., 8am–1pm, May–Oct. (see Facebook page for specific dates)
Main and Sunset Aves.
Atlantic Highlands Chamber of Commerce
Fri., 11am–5pm, June 7–Oct.
111 First Ave.
Sat. and Sun., 8am–4pm, year-round
90 Wilson Ave.
Fri., 11am–4pm, July–Oct. 1
E. Main St., Hall of Records
Sat., 8:30am–sellout, July–Oct.
Huddy Park, Bay and Waterwitch Aves.
Wed., 1–6pm, Jan. 30–Nov. 27
Bell Works Indoor Market 101 Crawfords Corner Rd.
Long Branch - Pier Village
Sat., 11am–4pm, May 11–Oct. 26
Festival Plaza, 1 Centennial Dr.
Long Branch - West End
Thurs., 9am–3pm, June 27–Nov.
West End Park, corner of Ocean and Brighton Aves.
Thurs., 10am–3pm, June 27–Aug. 29
Miller Preston Way
Sun., 9am–2pm, May 12–Nov. 24
The Galleria, located between West Front St. and Bridge Ave.
Featuring approximately 30 vendors, the Red Bank market offers fresh, locally-grown produce from some of New Jersey’s finest farmers and also showcases unique crafts and wonderful eateries.
Thurs., 1–6pm, June–Sept.
Ocean Ave., Municipal lot P
Sat., 8:30am–1pm, June 1–Nov. 23
Plane St. lot
Sat., 8am–1pm, June 15–Nov. 23
Railroad Plaza South off Fairmont Ave. train station
Celebrating its 13th season! This established market offers Jersey Fresh produce and artisanal foods in a relaxing community setting. Located steps off the train.
Sun., 8:30am–1pm, May 5–Nov. 24
Bloomfield Ave. lot
In its tenth year, Denville farmers’ market features more than 20 vendors, ranging from artisan products and food vendors to local farms.
Mon., 12–6pm, June–Oct.
Lurker Park, 609 Ridgedale Ave.
Thurs., 2–7pm, May 23–Oct. 24
Center Ave. between Main St. and Cook Ave.
In its 27th season, this market has offered a variety of fresh produce, baked goods, gourmet prepared foods and specialty items. Features live music and crafts for children every week.
Sat., 9am–2pm, June 8–Oct. 12
Speedwell Ave., Merchant Block
Sun., 8:30am–2pm, June 16–Nov. 24
Spring and Morris Sts., lot 10
Enjoy a stroll through Morristown after shopping at plenty of NJ-based produce and specialty vendors offering plants, fruits, vegetables, baked goods, wine, eggs, cheese, fish, meats and more!
Tues., 2:30–7pm, June 4–Oct. 15
Glenburn Estate, 211 Hamburg Tpk.
Thurs., 10am–3pm, June 20–Oct. 31
East Bay Ave. and Rte. 9
Fresh fruits and vegetables, Jersey corn, stuffed breads, pastries, pasta, olives, honey, cut flowers, coffee pods and much more.
Sat., 9am–2pm, May 18–Sept. 19
Windward Beach Park
Mon., 2–7pm, June 3–Sept. 30
1 Wanamaker Municipal Complex
Fri., 11am–5pm, June 7–Nov. 25
203 Lacey Rd.
The Lacey farmers’ market offers a variety of different vendors and services, including produce, specialty foods, kids craft days, recipe cards, and much more.
Fri., 9am–2pm, July–Sept.
657 E. Bay Ave.
Point Pleasant Beach
Sun., 10am–2pm, June 2–Oct. 27
Municipal parking lot behind Borden’s Stationary
Mon. and Fri., 10am–3pm, May 24– Sept. 6
Seaside Park Marina, J St. and Central Ave.
Mon., 9am-12pm, June 24-Aug. 26
713 North Long Beach Blvd.
Wed., 11am–5pm, May 25–Nov. 16
Ocean County Parking Garage Lawn, 28 Hadley Ave.
Local farms featuring fruits and vegetables, organic produce, baked goods, pickles and olives, Italian specialties, honey, NJ winery and much more! Food and smoothie trucks on premises.
Toms River AG
Thurs. ioam-5pm, April 4- Oct. 31
Abundant Grace Church, 108 Indian Head Rd.
Sun., 9am–2pm, June 30–Oct. 27
Thurs., 530-8:30pm, June 27-Aug. 29
Wilmore Rd. at 1st Ave. and Main St.
Daily, 7am-6pm, year-round
449 E. Railway Ave.
Sat., 9am–1pm, June 16–Sept. Maggie’s parking lot
Wed., 3–7pm, June 5–Sept.;
Wed., 3pm–6pm, Oct.1–16
1425 Union Valley Rd., Presbyterian Church lot
Sat., 9am–1pm, June 1–Oct. 26
River Rd. and Rt. 202/206
Sat., 9am–1pm, June 8–Nov. 23
Rte. 202 and Claremont Ave.
This market offers products from various Local New Jersey farmers and vendors. Plus, stop by for their various specialty product pop-up events throughout the season. throughout the season.
Sat., 9am–12pm, June 22–Oct. 5
NJ Transit Parking Lot at Mountain Ave. and E. Main St.
Sun., 11am–3pm, June 23–Oct. 20
Sat., 10am–2pm, June 1–Sept. 29
Corner of DeMott Ln. and Amwell Rd., Somerset.
Hillsborough Duke Farms
Sun., 10am–3pm, May 5–Oct. 27
1112 Dukes Pkwy W.
This seasonal market provides the community with quality, nutritious food and promotes small family farming throughout the state. Shop Local to protect New Jersey’s agricultural lands.
Fri., 2–7pm, June 21–Sept. 20
325 N. Main St.
Sat., 9am–1pm, June 1–Oct. 26
Village Shopper, 1340 Rte. 206, Skillman
Now in its 17th season of offering Jersey Fresh produce and locally grown and sourced food, Montgomery Friends supports local agriculture through the farmers’ market.
Thurs., 3pm–7pm, June 27–Sept.25
Municipal lot, 263 Somerset St.
Augusta Sussex County Fairgrounds
Sat., 9am–2pm, June–Nov.
37 Plains Rd., Glen Vetrano Barn Bldg.
Sun., 9am–2pm, June 16–Oct. 6
Hopatcong Borough Hall
Sat., 9am-1pm, May 4-0ct.
Sparta Health and Wellness Center parking lot
Tues., 10am–5pm, June 18–Nov. 26
1 Union Square Plaza, (Elizabeth Ave. and High St.)
Sat., 10am-3pm, July 20-Nov. 9
United Methodist Church, 455 Blvd.
Thurs., 12-7pm, June 6-Nov. 14
Irving and Milton Aves.
Wed., 1-6pm, July 3-Oct. 30
Corner of Chestnut St. and E. Grant Ave.
The Roselle Park farmers’ market has been providing Jersey fresh produce to their community for 20 years. NJ farms, local bakers, unique snacks, fashions and more!
Sat., 8am-2pm, May 13-Nov23
430 Park Ave.
Mon., 11am-6pm, July 1-Oct. 28
Springfield Public Library, 66 Mountain Ave.
Sun., 8am–1pm, April 28–Nov. 24
Maple St. and DeForest Ave.
Over 35 vendors, organic farmers, butchers, bakers, and a fishmonger. Fabulous cheese, pickles, honey, dog biscuits, soap, alpaca wool, hand carved wooden goods, plus prepared Mexican, Polish, Italian, Korean, & Mediterranean foods.
Thurs., 3–8pm, June 20–Sept. 12
Town Hall, 1976 Morris Ave.
This market is not only a great place to purchase local produce and goods, but a place to enjoy with family and friends. Strengthen your Local community by buying fresh and eating Local!
Sat., 8:30am–1:30pm, June–Oct.
North Ave. Train Station
Hosted by the Greater Westfield Area Chamber of Commerce, this farmers’ market features and supports farmers, bakers, food producers, restaurateurs from throughout the area.
Sat., 9:30am–1pm, June 1–Oct. 27
5 Stillwater Rd.
Sun., 10am–2pm, June 2–Sept. 29
White Twp. School, Belvidere
Sat., 10am–2pm, June 15–Oct.26
Washington Borough Main St. (Rte. 57) near Downtown Pocket Park (44 E. Washington Ave.)
Enjoy Local produce, Local artisanal products and live music from local singer-songwriters at the Washington Borough market. Every week!
List compiled in cooperation with the New Jersey Department of Agriculture. All markets accept WIC and Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program checks.