Farmer’s Markets Denver

If you are looking for something fun to do in Denver then why not visit one of the many farmer’s markets? Denver has plenty of farmer’s markets, but some of them are better than others.

Farmer’s Markets Denver

How do you know which ones to visit? We have put together this list of the best farmer’s markets in Denver. These markets are a great day out, but also fantastic places to get hold of top quality products and seasonal produce.

They also support local communities and business, and are better for the environment than large grocery stores. Keep reading to find out more.  

1. Arvada Farmers Market  

Arvada farmer’s market is a seasonal market that runs from June 5th to September 25th. It takes place every Sunday from 9am until 1:30pm and is located at 5702 OldeWadsworth Boulevard.

Throughout the month of December the market returns every Saturday between 11am and 3pm. Arvada farmer’s market is a space for the nearby communities to gather together and have access to fresh local and regional produce. 

There are lots of great products that you can find at the Arvada farmer’s market including locally grown peaches, handmade honey, bread, cheese, pickles, pastries, cakes, and fresh juices.

You can get hot food like tamales burritos and perogies, and wonderful artisan products including beauty products, bath products, jewelry, and more. 

2. University Hills Farmers Market  

This farmer’s market runs from May 13th through to October 28th.

You can visit the market every Saturday between 9am and 1pm at 2500 South Colorado Boulevard. It’s very easy to get to and has plenty of parking available. 

There is a great range of fresh products including seasonal fruit and vegetables from local growers. You can also get lemonade, coffee, kombucha, seafood, pasta, and sweet treats.

There are a variety of food trucks and vendors serving hot food so you can grab something delicious for lunch. This market is very diverse and also has clothing, lifestyle products, and health and wellness products. 

3. 40 West Farmer’s Market  

This is a great farmer’s market that is open from June 3rd until October 7th. It used to run every Saturday from 9am until 2pm, but is now on Sundays between 8am and 1pm. The location is 6759 West Colfax. 

There are so many different things that you can buy from this market including clothing, fruit and vegetables, honey, cooking sauces, breads, pastries and more.

There are vendors that serve hot food so you can have a snack while you wander around the market. There is also live music, cooking demonstrations and fun competitions, so you can make this into a full day out. 

4. Co-op Family Market 

This farmer’s market runs differently to others, as it is run like a co-operative. This means that the market is jointly owned and run by the members of the co-op, making it more beneficial to the community.

The revenue from the market is given out to the members rather than to external investors. 

The Co-op family market aims to provide the community with high quality food and produce as well as education, services, and sustainable resources.

The market also collaborates with other organizations and businesses who share the same values of equality, social responsibility, and solidarity. 

As well as locally grown fresh produce, cooking sauces, and condiments, you can also get coffee, snacks and hot food.  

5. Incredible Edibles  

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This farmer’s market is open every day from 11 am until 5pm and can be found at 1950 South Parker Road. It’s a small market, but still offers a great range of fresh produce sources from Colorado farms.

It has been run for 22 years by the same couple who have built up an excellent working relationship with local businesses to provide their customers with affordable items. 

They taste test the produce regularly to ensure that they are supplying the best quality items, choosing certain products from the farmers who do the best job of growing them.

For example, DiTomaso Farms grow the best cucumbers, cabbage and squash, whereas Colon Orchard grows the best apples and Knapp Farm grows the best melons. You can also get delicious green chillies that come from Musso Farms. 

6. Highland’s Farmer’s Market  

Highlands Farmers Market is seasonal and runs from May 21st until October 15th. The market is available on Sundays from 9am until 1pm, and is found in Highland’s Square on West 32nd Avenue and Lowell Boulevard.

This lovely open air market has a bustling atmosphere and is the ideal place for a day out. There is live music and fun for all of the family.

In terms of products on offer, you can expect to find plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables that are in season and grown locally in Colorado. You can also get delicious hot foods for breakfast, brunch or lunch, along with pastries and specialty breads. 

Some of the vendors at Highland’s farmer’s market include Happy Bake Shop, St Kilian’s Cheese, Bad Ass Coffee, Little India, and Mondo Vino. 

7. City Park Farmer’s Market  

This farmer’s market in the heart of Denver is an easily accessible and excellent place to visit. You find the market at City Park Esplanade at the intersection of East Colfax and Columbine Street.

The market is seasonal and runs from May 13th until October 28th every Saturday from 8am until 1pm. As well as an amazing selection of vendors, you also have chef demonstrations which are great fun to watch.

The aim of the market is to support the local community, provide seasonal goods at affordable prices, and to reduce waste and have a positive impact on the environment. 

At City Park Farmer’s Market there is an impressive range of farmers, ranchers, baked goods vendors, food trucks, food tents, beverage vendors, garden vendors, bath and body vendors and much more. 

You can see the full list of vendors on the website, but some of the most popular ones are Croft Family Farms, Topp Fruits, Petal And Herb, Five Freedoms Dairy, The Easy Vegan, Samosa Shop, Sweet Gold Juice, Urban Roots, Bjorn’s Colorado Honey, The Oil Barn, Yummy Lotus, Green Tahini, Sweet Viking Relish, Denver Distillery, and Milda Apothecary. 

8. South Pearl Street Farmers Market  

South Pearl farmer’s market is seasonal but it runs further into winter than some of the other farmer’s markets. It is open from May 7th until November 12th every Sunday from 9am until 1pm.

The market is located at 1527 South Pearl Street, It is an open air market but they remain open even in adverse weather conditions- it is only extreme weather conditions that cause the market to be canceled and the website will be updated in that event. 

The vendors are carefully selected to ensure a good range of products, excellent customer service, and sustainable practices.

Some of the vendors include Baba’s Falafel, Bavarian Sausage Express, Blanchard Family Wines, Bob’s Roasted Nuts, Candle Culturist, Denver Bone Broth, Future Foods, Garden Of Youth, KREAM Kimchi, Marsha’s Cookies, Mountain Girl Pickles, Peak State Coffee, Rocky Mountain Fresh, Snow Creek Ranch, Snow Owl Confectioner’s, The Boozy Botanist, The Easy Vegan, Three Dog’s Pickles and many more. 

9. Lakewood Farmers Market 

Lakewood Farmers Market

This farmer’s market runs from June 10th through to September 30th and is open every Saturday from 10am until 2pm. The market takes place at 9077 West Alameda Avenue by the Mile Hi Church. 

You will find a wide range of vendors and products at Lakewood farmer’s market.

Fresh fruit and vegetables are provided by farms such as Domenico Farms, Martindale Farms, and Snow Creek Ranch.

Browse stalls such as Bjorn’s Colorado Honey, Garden Coffee, Hinman Pie, J&J Salsa, Koglers Bakery, Shinkle Chic Boutique, and Styria Bakery. There is even a book stall called Tales And Legends.  

10. Southwest Plaza Farmers Market  

You can visit the Southwest Plaza farmer’s market every Saturday between May 6th and October 28th. It is open between 8am and 2pm and takes place in the parking lot of Wadsworth & Bowles.

It’s a fantastic outdoor market with a vibrant atmosphere and plenty of stalls to browse and enjoy. 

You can find seasonal fruit and vegetables from a variety of local farms including Forte Farms, Martindale Farms, and Snow Creek Ranch.

You can also get wonderful produce from vendors such as Ant D’s Fine Foods, Baba & Pop’s Handmade Pierogi, Bohemian Spirit House, Buckin’ Nuts, Cream City Market Cheese Curds, Downtown Fingers, Honey Gal, Little Kettle Popcorn Co., Peaks to Plains Ventures, RD’s BBQ & Soul Food, Taspen Organics, and Roll It Up Sushi Truck LLC. 


These are the best farmer’s markets in Denver, and if you visit any one of them you will have a fantastic day out. All of these markets have a great range of vendors and top quality produce to choose from.

Whether you want to browse for groceries, buy yourself a treat, or just take in the sights and sounds, these farmer’s markets are perfect.

Amelia Haslehurt
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