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Farmers Markets - RI Statewide


Rhode Island has a long history of farming and it farmers welcome visitors to tour the farm, buy farm products, visit the animals, and enjoy a historic RI way of life. Farmers markets are a fun way to buy fresh food, support local farms and communities; and take a peek into the local culture.

Farmers Markets in Rhode Island
Aquidneck Year-Round Growers Markets

Three Locations (See Below) Newport, RI, 02840 Phone: 401-256-6627

This community gem holds two markets in Newport during the summer and a new winter location. Some special New England foods featured at these events include locally produced honey, beef, and produce; fresh-baked goods, berries, lobster, and coffee. Pay with cash or credit card.
Summer Market Locations, Dates, & Hours: Saturdays from May-October, 9am-Noon at Embrace Home Loans, 25 Enterprise Drive, Middletown; and Wednesdays from May-October, 2pm-6pm on Memorial Blvd., Newport
Winter Market Location, Dates & Hours: The Patio at Stoneacre Gardens, Thames Street; November-April, Saturdays 9am-Noon and Wednesdays 2pm-5pm
Coastal Growers Market - Saunderstown, RI
Coastal Growers Year-Round Market

Two Locations by Season (See Below) Saunderstown or North Kingstown, RI Phone:

Coastal Growers Market offers hard-to-find products including organic produce, pasture-fed meats, locally raised shellfish and more. This is a year-round market with separate locations for summer and winter. To keep our vendors and patrons safe, we will require face coverings, observe social distancing, and limit the number of people in the market at a time. Please consider paying by credit or debit card.
Summer Market Dates & Times: Saturdays from May-October, 8:30am-12:30pm
South County Winter Farmers Market

Lazy K Ranch - 71 Beaver River Road Richmond, RI, 02892 Phone: 401-363-5396

A small group of farms and other small local businesses are trying something new: hosting a farmers market outdoors under big top tents with heat on a pasture on an alpaca ranch.
2021 Dates and times: TBD; Please check our website or FB for updates.
Juice Bottles - South Kingstown Farmers Market - South Kingstown, RI
South Kingstown Year-Round Farmers Market

Independence Square - 25 West Independence Way South Kingstown, RI, 02881 Phone: 401-789-1388

This is Rhode Island's oldest continually operating farmers market, offering a seasonal selection of Rhode Island-grown produce and other products by members' farms. Enjoy fresh popped kettle corn or hot cup of coffee while you stroll and shop.
Summer Dates & Hours: May-October, Saturdays 8:30am - 12:30pm
Winter Dates, & Hours: November-April, Saturdays 9am - 12:30pm.
Kid Fun, Unique Cuisine, Ocean View - Stay in Warwick, See Rhode Island!
Woonsocket Summer Farmers Market

Corner of John A. Cummings Way and Clinton Street Woonsocket, RI, 02895 Phone:

Located beside the St. Ann Arts and Culture Center, the market has grown into a mainstay for residents of the city looking for the freshest foods around. Selling fruit, vegetables, herbs, honey and maple syrup, dairy, meat, flowers, beverages, jams and jellies, baked goods, etc. Pay with: cash, Fresh Bucks, Food Stamps/EBT, WIC, senior coupons, credit cards.
Dates and Hours: July to late October; Tuesdays 3pm-6pm
Providence Year-Round Farmers Market
Providence Year-Round Farmers Market

Farm Fresh RI - 10 Sims Avenue Providence, RI, 02909 Phone: 401-312-4250

Come browse and shop from a large selection of local food vendors in a custom-built facility designed for hosting year-round markets. The building has a premium ventilation system and lots of natural airflow, wide hallways, and convenient parking. This market accepts cash, credit/debit, SNAP/EBT, Bonus Bucks, and WIC. You may order food in advance for curbside pickup. Live music at the market!
Dates and Hours: Saturdays 9am-1pm
Block Island Summer Farmers Market

Legion Park - 26 West Side Road New Shoreham (Block Island), RI, 02807 Phone: 347-453-7116

With its many fruits and veggies, artisan cheese spreads, salsas, shellfish and more, the market is a festival for foodies. Guests of the market also can enjoy arts and crafts and music and kids and dogs and a laid-back community atmosphere. Market is held rain or shine.
Dates and hours: Mid-June thru mid-October; Wednesdays and Saturdays; 9am-11:30am
Colt State Park Farmers Market

Colt State Park - Hope Street and Asylum Road Bristol, RI, 02809 Phone:

Highlights of this market in gorgeous Bristol include freshly caught lobster, clams, scallops, mussels, and more; along with baked goods like homemade berry pies, maple syrup and jams, and local honey. Yum! The East Bay Bike Path is an alternate scenic route to this event, and good cardio exercise to boot. This market accepts credit cards, WIC2 Farmers Market Nutrition Program, WIC2 cash vouchers, Senior Farmers Markets Nutrition Program (SFMNP)
Dates and hours: May through October, Fridays 2pm-6pm
Goddard State Park Summer Farmers Market

Goddard State Park - 1095 Ives Road Warwick, RI, 02818 Phone:

This community market is held on Fridays at beautiful Goddard State Park and features local producers like Barden Family Orchard, Dizzie Lizzie's Cookies, and two dog bakeries. Pay with cash or credit card.
Dates and hours: Late May to late October; Fridays 9am-1pm
Hope Street Summer Farmers Market

Lippitt Park - 1015 Hope Street Providence, RI, 02906 Phone:

The Hope Street Farmers Market sells locally grown and raised fruits, veggies, meats, dairy products, and seafood -- Yum! A delicious variety menu of foods, live music, and a city atmosphere make this market a quintessential Providence pit stop. Pre-ordering is offered. Live musical entertainment.
Dates and hours: May through October; Saturdays, 9am-1pm
Pawtucket Wintertime Farmers Market - Pawtucket, RI
Pawtucket Wintertime Farmers Market

Hope Artiste Village - 1005 Main Street Pawtucket, RI, 02860 Phone:

This market is located inside a historic former mill building that is being restored and used a bit at a time by designers, artists, a bar, dance studios, and a violin maker. Browse a wide range of food products, including shellfish straight from Maine, soaps and skin care, and cool extras like knife sharpening and recycling. Worth a trip to just brighten up a winter day. Features that await you a pickle contest, Wednesday-night craft demonstrations, and a holiday beer and wine tasting party!
Dates & Hours: late September to late April; Wednesdays 4 - 8pm.