Clarkston Farmers' Market

The Clarkston Farmers' Market is now open from June 29th until October 12th every Saturday from 9 am until 1 pm!

6558 Waldon Road in Clarkston Michigan!

The Clarkston Farmers' Market features locally grown fruits and vegetables and specialty items including:

Heirloom vegetables, Organic Grass-fed Beef, Pickles, Organic peanut butters and jams, Locally-made corn chips, hot dogs, Fair trade baskets, Organic/fair-trade locally roasted coffee by the cup and whole bean, Fair Trade Organic teas, Maple Syrup, Honey, Garlic, Granola, Llama & Alpaca fiber, Baked goods, Soaps, Flowers, Vinegars, Cheeses, Dried herbs, Fruit, Blueberries, Organic Iced Coffee, Gnocchi, Eggs , Cider and donuts, Yogurt, Organic Ice Cream, Mushrooms, Henna art

Visit the Welcome Booth at the Clarkston Farmers' Market and make use of a rescued Radio Flyer wagon (available for use while shopping the market). Enjoy also, the local musicians who play at each market. The market is located in the FRONT LOT of the Clarkston Community Education building off of Waldon Road in Clarkston, Michigan.


Listing last updated on Jul 29, 2013

New Location

More Market Saturdays

and N E W G R O W E R R A T E S ! ! !

According to sustainability principles, we have dropped our rates for local growers. Please go to our website for the Application and Grower Criteria Form.

Schedule and Location:

Saturdays 9:00am - 1:00pm
N E W L O C A T I O N : 6558 Waldon Road
Clarkston Community Education Building on Waldon Road in Clarkston, Michigan

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The market is a great place to buy fresh produce and so many other items. We like the feeling of being a part of and contributing to the community.

The produce is fantastic! The baked goods are devine! The flowers are beautiful and the vendors are so nice. They offer recipes when they see the puzzled look on my face when I say "what do you do with this?".... [more]

Clarkston Farmers Market is a wonderful experience. Of course the fresh food is amazing. It is just a great community experience. People all seem to be enjoying themselves and there are many new things to learn about what is going on in the area.... [more]

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