St. Helena Farmers Market

Our market is a great way to start an early Friday morning in the Upper Napa Valley. Our regulars sip coffee and nosh on pastries in the small redwood grove, while families trickle in prior to the school day during the school year. Music fills the park every week, serinading the market goers and shoppers. We host cooking demos, book signings with local authors and classes for the neighboring school children.

We are open rain or shine. Our weather is wonderful most of the time, but we can have chilly mornings in the spring & fall, and summer mornings that quickly heat up.

Hours: 7:30 am - 12:00 noon, every Friday, May through October. Vendors are ready to go before 7:30 am, and some do start packing up at 11:45. It's best to come early while supplies last.

Location: Crane Park in St. Helena Biking: There are bike racks located near the tennis courts. Enjoy the back streets of St. Helena on your ride to Crane Park.

Walking: The St. Helena Farmers' Market is about 1 mile from downtown St. Helena. Head south on Main Street/Hwy 29, past Pope St, past Charter Oak, until Grayson Ave. Turn right on Grayson and go about .3 miles and left on Crane about .2 miles to the Farmers Market entrance. Alternatively, take the short cut through the parking lot adjacent to the High School track & field, follow the pathway through Crane Park to the vendor area.


Listing last updated on Sep 6, 2010

Schedule and Location:

Crane Park, Crane Ave.
St. Helena, CA 94574
7:30- noon

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This market has fabulous support from the local community and all the wonderful visitors to our beautiful Napa Valley. The farmers bring the BEST of the season !!! Always a feast for the eyes and tummy !

I lived in St. Helena for 6 years and it was the best thing about summer in the Napa Valley!

Vendors are happy, friendly, inviting and knowledgeable. There are *taste* plates at many stalls and all are professional. They have the very best pancake breakfast fund raisers I have ever attended.... [more]

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