If you’re looking for a great place to find the freshest fruits, vegetables, and other locally-made goods, you’re in luck!
Las Vegas has tons of places to shop for fresh produce. From sprawling open-air markets to small, boutique-style ones, there’s something for everyone. Here’s a list of the top five farmer’s markets in Las Vegas. Don’t forget to bring your reusable bags!
1. The Las Vegas Farm (7222 W. Grand Teton Drive)
The Ole’ Time Farmers Market and BARN BUDDIES RESCUE (BBR) is open year-round on Saturday and Sunday from 9 am to 4 pm. There is no charge to shop at the market. The Las Vegas Farm produces eggs, fruit, vegetables, and local honey.
If you’d like to visit the BBR animals, there is a minimum donation of $10 for guests 13+ and $5 for guests 12 and under. Infants carried or in strollers are not charged. Bags of hay to feed the animals are $2 each.
2. Bruce Tent Park – Las Vegas Farmer’s Market (1600 N Rampart Blvd)
This farmers market is held every Wednesday, from 2 pm to 8 pm. It features fresh produce, prepared foods, handmade crafts, and more.
3. Fresh52 Farmers & Artisan Market (Tivoli Village)
This market is held year-round on Saturdays from 9:00 AM-2:00 PM at Tivolli Village Shopping Center (302 S. Rampart). It features organic foods, baked goods, cheese, arts & crafts, flowers, eggs, herbs, vegetables, honey, jams, pet food and more.
4. Las Vegas Farmer’s Market (The District Green Valley Ranch)
This market is held every Thursday, 9:00 am – 1:00 pm at the District at Green Valley Ranch (2240 Village Walk Drive). This Farmer’s Market features the freshest fruits and vegetables from the South West, authentic hand crafted European style breads and cakes, as well as local produce.
5. Las Vegas Farmer’s Market (Downtown Summerlin)
This market is held every Saturday, 9:00 am – 2:00 pm at the Pavilion at Downtown Summerlin. You’ll find a lot of local artisan goods at this market. It’s a good stop if you’re looking for unique home decor as well as fresh food.
Shopping at farmer’s markets offers a variety of benefits that can’t be found in traditional grocery stores.
For starters, you’ll find fresher produce and products that are grown or made locally. You can also support small businesses and farmers in the area and get to know them by chatting with them at the market. Additionally, you’ll be able to get to know your local community by mingling with other shoppers.
Lastly, you’ll also be helping to reduce waste and promote sustainability by buying in bulk and using reusable bags.