Lake Forest Park Commons Farmers Market

Our Market features farmers and producers only (except for one craft day). Find produce in season, asparagus, heirloom tomatoes, apples, stone fruits and berries, braising greens and mixed lettuces from nearby farms; fresh, Washington-grown peanuts, wild honey, jams, dairy products, cheeses, pasta and sauces, soups, grass fed beef, organic lamb and fresh eggs. Looking for different chili peppers? Our farmers deliver. Locally roasted coffee, desserts, dips and specialty sauces, too.

You'll find local nurseries at our Market as well, featuring garden plants for our region, lots of rose bushes and heirloom tomato plants. We also have beautiful just-cut flowers, fresh herbs and foraged delights. Feast at Patty Pan Grill, enjoy a crepe, there are hot dogs, gourmet ice cream, Kettle Corn and shave ice, too. Sign up for our free weekly email newsletter FreshMail on the website: www.thirdplacecommons.org/farmersmarket/

Listing last updated on May 5, 2011

We gladly accept SNAP benefits, WIC and Senior Vouchers. Our Market also distributes Market Bucks through local agencies.

We're directly across Bothell Way from the Burke-Gilman Trail. We're also served by bus lines and there is plenty of free parking. The Market is accessible to people with mobility issues.



Schedule and Location:

Sundays, 11:00am - 4:00pm, rain or shine
Lake Forest Park Towne Center, Lower Level
Across Bothell Way from the Burke Gilman Trail
plenty of free parking, accessible



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They have such a good selection that I hardly need to shop at a grocery store at all during farmer's market season. Not only do I have my favorite vendors, my young sons do, too! The vendors are so friendly and knowledgeable.... [more]


It is not a large market, but has everything you might want and the people are very friendly and laid back... it is a pleasure going there every Sunday


Not only very fresh veggies, fruits, and flowers, but organic eggs, sometimes baked goodies, with better prices than other farmers' markets. We go after church, and it feels like another kind of worship, blending with friends and doing the Third Place thing in Tree City USA!

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