Summer is the best time to visit our Farmers Markets to find locally grown fruits and vegetables including strawberries, blueberries, peaches, lettuce, squash, sweet corn, green beans, tomatoes, eggs, and so much more. With so many local farmers throughout Delaware’s Quaint Villages, there is always an abundant inventory to choose from. In addition, our farmers markets offer a wide array of local offerings that range from baked goods, prepared foods to flowers, plants, hand-crafted soaps and much more. Unique treasures are just waiting to be found!
Our Farmers Markets will often feature entertainment while you shop as well as an opportunity to discover the variety Kent County offers in one location. Farmer’s Markets are a great way to experience our area as a local and score those hard-to-find items you can’t get anywhere else.
Our Farmers Markets support farm families and agriculture here in Kent County while your tastebuds reap the rewards. Shopping at one of our local markets means you’ll be enjoying produce at the peak of its freshness, meeting the people who grow your food, and supporting the local network of merchants, foodies, and farmers who come together to bring you the best of the season from their fields.
You can find the following great Farmers Markets in Delaware’s Quaint Villages:
The Capital City Farmers Market, in the heart of Downtown Dover on Loockerman Street, every other Wednesday from 11am-2pm and alternate Fridays from 4pm to 7pm.
The Frederica Farmers Market, just north of Milford, is located at 1313 Frederica Rd and is open Sundays from 10am to 2pm.
The Riverwalk Farmers Market, in downtown Milford, Delaware, is open every Saturday from 9am to 1pm on Walnut Street.
The Asbury Church Farmers Market, in Smyrna, Delaware, is open every Saturday, 9am to 1pm on Glenwood Avenue, across from the police station.