River District Farmers' Market

The Downtown Fort Myers Farmers' Market, a year-round market, is open every Thursday from 7:00 am to 1:00 pm. The market address is 2000 West First Street located in Centennial Park under the US 41 Caloosahatchee Bridge at the corner of Heitman and First Streets.

The Fort Myers Market is a "green market" where shoppers may purchase vegetables, fruits, flowers, sprouts, native plants, flowering plants, local seafood, ethnic specialities, soaps, a variety of nut butters, and ready-to-eat food. The "green market" sells commodites that are eaten or grown. Non-edible items such as soaps, lotions, or candles must be made from an agricultural product, and vendors must be involved in some aspect of the process. Crafts are not available.

The Downtown Fort Myers Market, in existence for 18 years, provides vendors with a convenient market area to sell their products or commodities at reasonable prices.

Listing last updated on Oct 16, 2013

Join us every Thursday year-round at 2000 West First Street under the US 41 Caloosahatchee Bridge for the Downtown Farmers Market in Fort Myers. This lively green market offers a variety of local produce, seafood, baked goods, honey, nuts, flowers, plants, soaps, and more for the discerning shopper.

The Market is open every Thursday 7:00 am - 1:00 pm . Be sure to stop by for a fun and rewarding experience.



Schedule and Location:

Year -round market, open every Thursday from 7:00 am - 1:00 pm. The address is 2000 West First Street under the US 41 Caloosahatchee Bridge at the corner of Heitman and First Streets.



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Good produce! However, 7 am to 2 pm makes it impossible for most people to go. If you are unemployed or a retired person, you should attend. Organizers should visit other Farmer Markets in Florida, like Gainesville.... [more]


I visited for the first time today and was disappointed by the poor quality of the produce. Almost everything had stickers on it - just like my local Publix.... [more]


It's the only Farmer's Market in my area. We want freshly grown American grown produce.

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