Mount Pleasant Farmers Market

The Mount Pleasant Farmers Market is the perfect place to buy fresh, locally grown produce while enjoying the afternoon with your loved ones. This family-friendly event has become a place for locals to spend a couple of hours exploring our treasure trove of fruits, vegetables, flowers, preserves, dips, breads, pies, and numerous other delectable treats. Savor a fresh meal by one of our irresistible food vendors while enjoying live music.

Also available for your assistance are the Clemson Extension Master Gardeners. These seasoned volunteers can help solve most gardening dilemmas. You'll also find community information from the Town of Mount Pleasant and a kid's corner with fun activities for your little ones.

Make the Mount Pleasant Farmers Market a weekly affair!

Vendor application information is located on the website at www.comeonovermp.com

Listing last updated on Feb 11, 2013

The Mount Pleasant Farmers Market is a family-friendly event and has become a gathering place for locals. It features the best of the Lowcountry food and farm products. Savor a fresh meal by one of our irresistible food vendors while enjoying live music. Children will find fun activities, face painting or balloon shapes at the Kid's Corner. Make the Mount Pleasant Farmers Market a weekly affair! Tuesdays at 3:30 p.m. from April through October.



Schedule and Location:

When and Where
(April-October)
Tuesdays from 3:30pm to dusk
April 9 - October 8, 2012
Farmers Market pavilion on Coleman Boulevard
Mount Pleasant, SC



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It's fresh! It's local! The vendor folks are hard working families, and I love to buy something from each of them.


This is a clean and friendly market with organic produce and the vendors are consistent; placement, high quality of product, great variety etc.


In Mt. Pleasant, a "new" little town, the Farmer's Market is one of the only attempts at quaint and old fashioned for these Yankee retirees. It is a huge step South for many to grace the farmers with something less solid than plastic-cash only (what!? you don't take visa?), and this market is literally the closest that some of these folks will ever get to connecting with the Earth and where their delicious food comes from.... [more]

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