Eastern PA & Western NJ Farmers Markets
Welcome to the 2019 Farmers Market season! This is a comprehensive listing of the farmers markets in Bucks County and nearby counties.
Most farmers’ markets in Bucks County are now selling a wide array of goods, all grown or produced in Bucks or nearby. Products like delicious baked goods (including cookies, breads, pies and more); Grass-fed beef, pasture-raised pork, poultry, and lamb; eggs, cheeses and yogurt from pastured animals; local unprocessed raw honey, maple syrup and beeswax candles; flowers and plants; jams, jellies, condiments and sauces; organic, fair trade, locally roasted coffees; prepared foods, hand-made soaps and lotions, artisan and handcrafted goods, and, of course, locally grown produce.
Here’s a listing of seasonal farm markets in Bucks County (and nearby), arranged geographically (going south to north). Most of the markets take place rain or shine. Some have email lists or Facebook pages, a great reminder as well as good source of what will be selling in the market that week. Click on the name of the market to go to their website and get even more information.
In Bucks County…
- Yardley Farmers Market: Saturdays 9 am – 1 pm, Buttonwood Park, Yardley. Runs May 4 through October 12.
- Lower Makefield Farmers Market: Thursdays 3:30 – 6:30 pm, at Edgewood & Heacock Roads in Yardley. Starting May 30 through October 3
- Wrightstown Farmers Market: Saturdays 9 am – 1 pm, at 2203 2nd Street Pike (next to the Wrightstown Township Municipal Building), Wrightstown. Runs May 4 through Thanksgiving.
- Doylestown Farmers Market: Saturdays 8 am – 1 pm, on Hamilton St. near West State St. in Doylestown. April 20 through November 23, rain or shine.
- Chalfont Farmers Market: Saturdays 8 am – Noon. Located at 40 N. Main Street, Chalfont Borough, next to the Police Department and Krup Park. [Check Facebook for up-to-date information.]
- Plumsteadville Grange Farm Market: Saturdays 9 am – 12:30 pm, at the Plumsteadville Grange near the intersection of Route 611 and Keller’s Church Rd. in Plumsteadville. Usually end of May through the end of October.
- Perkasie Farmers Market: Saturdays 9 am – 1 pm, on 7th between Market and Chestnut Streets in Perkasie. Starts June 1.
In nearby counties…
- Ambler Farmers Market: Saturdays 9 am – 1 pm , SEPTA Parking Lot at Lindenwold Ave. near Butler Ave. in Ambler. Runs May through October
- Telford Night Market: 2nd and 4th Wednesdays, 5 – 9 pm at the Telford Train Station. Opening day May 22.
- Lansdale Farmers Market: Saturdays 9 am – 1 pm, Hillcrest Shopping Center parking lot, 664 E. Main Street, Lansdale. Opening day is May 18.
- Saucon Valley Farmers Market: Sundays 9 am – 1 pm, at Water Street Park on Water Street in Hellertown.
- Easton Farmers Market: Saturdays 9 am – 1 pm (full season, May through November) at Centre Square in downtown Easton.
Across da river in Jersey…
- Trenton Farmers Market: Tuesday – Saturday, 9 am – 6 pm, Sunday, 10 am – 4 pm, at 960 Spruce St. in Lawrence Township, NJ. Year round.
- Roots to River Farm Market: Saturdays and Sundays, 10 am – 3 pm. Gravity Hill Farm, NJ.
- Pennington Farmers Market: Saturday 9 am – 1 pm, 101 Rt. 31 North at Rosedale Mills in Pennington, NJ. Beginning on May 27.
- Sergeantsville Farmers Market: Saturdays 8:30 – noon, Routes 604 and 12.
- Stockton Market: Fridays 12 – 8 pm, Saturdays 9 am – 4 pm, Sundays 10 am – 4 pm, on Bridge St. in Stockton, NJ. Year-round and indoor.
- Hunterdon Land Trust Alliance Farmers’ Market at Dvoor Farm: Sundays 11 am – 1 pm, at Dvoor Farm, at 111 Mine Street, in Flemington, NJ on the Route 12 (Dvoor) Circle.
For more information on New Jersey markets in nearby Mercer County, see the State of New Jersey’s site, Jersey Fresh.
Let’s not forget the great year-round farmers’ markets in Bucks Co.
- Doylestown Food Market in Doylestown Borough offers locally sourced (within 100 miles) produce, baked goods, meats, dairy, bulk goods, locally roasted organic coffee and so much more. You don’t have to be a member to shop there (but it’s a good idea to support it).
- Milk House Farm Market is open daily from 9 am – 7 pm in Newtown, PA with fresh, organically grown produce, pasture-raised chickens and ducks, free range eggs and more. Milk House Farm Market also attends the Wrightstown Farmers Market every week on Saturdays.
- None Such Farm Market in Buckingham provides meats, cheeses, baked goods, grocery items, plants, and fresh produce from their farm across the street.
- Blue Moon Acres, also in Buckingham, sells their microgreens, grown in Buckingham, and vegetables from their Pennington farm on Tuesdays and Fridays from 10 am to 4 pm.
- Maximuck’s Farm Market, also in Doylestown, offers an array of produce and locally sourced products too, including their own vegetables and beef.
- Shady Brook Farm in Yardley, and at The Market at Delaware Valley College, also offer a wide variety of foods, in addition to fruit and produce from their farm and from the college.
- Newtown Farmers’ Market has been a mainstay in Newtown for years, with a diverse group of vendors from Amish, to Middle Eastern, to Asian and Mexican.
- Tanners Bros. Dairy Market is located in Ivyland and offers their own meat and dairy products (and ice cream!), along with nicely priced produce (sometimes local).
- Bolton’s Farm Market in Silverdale carries local produce, eggs and milk, as well as great prepared foods. You can get their fresh, hormone-free, antibiotic-free poultry (turkey and chicken) and beef year-round, raised on their farm adjacent to the store.
- Trauger’s in Kintersville carries a huge variety of fruit and vegetables from their 9th generation-owned farm.
To find more local farm stands and markets, check out the Fresh From Bucks County Farms Guide on the website of the Penn State Cooperative Extension, Bucks County. If you want to know where you can do “pick-your-own” produce, or who sells locally raised beef, it’s a great resource. According to the guide, the 2007 Census of Agricultural has ranked Bucks County as 20th in the nation in the category of Direct Sales by Farmers to Consumers for Human Consumption. Aren’t we lucky?