Sunsites Farmers Market

The village of Sunsites, Arizona and its' rural, laidback lifestyle is a magnet for retirees to young families looking for fresh air, fabulous vistas, peace and quiet. You will find artists, horse lovers, stargazers, hikers, golfers, rocket scientists & wonderful home farmers! We are located in the very heart of Cochise County. In 2008 a developer pulled out of town, which would eventually cause the collapse of Sunsites. The Sunsites Community Golf Association quickly formed and people from all around rallied and volunteered to save Shadow Mountain Golf Course. In our effort to pull the community together further the most natural idea blossomed... a Farmers Market! Now our local home farmers along with RichCrest Farms are having great fun with our Sunsites Farmers Market to be held every Saturday from 8 to Noon on the grassy lawn in front of the Shadow Mountain Golf Clubhouse. Delicious. organic, local grown fruits and veggies, flowers, baked goodies, handmade soaps & lotions, pottery, gourd art, paintings, etc. can be found and LOTS of great community spirit from a little spot in the high desert that just wouldn't give up! Check our website for upcoming festivities and join the fun!

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Listing last updated on Aug 13, 2009

Sunsites Farmers Market! The heart of Cochise County. Saturdays 8 to Noon Local fruits, veggies, flowers, baked goodies & artworks.



Schedule and Location:

Sunsites, Arizona, Saturdays 8 to Noon on the grassy lawn in front of the Shadow Mountain Golf Clubhouse. 1105 Irene Street, Pearce/Sunsites, Arizona. In the very center of Cochise County.



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I love the farmer's market and the ability to get all the fresh produce. What a great way to bring the community together.


I think it's a great function for farmers and town folk and of course visitors alike..and I being a Pecan grower in the area helps me support such a cause.... [more]


The items sold are good. It's a great place to spend a little time with your friends and neighbors.

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