Union County Farmers Market

Come join us at the largest, friendliest, covered open-air farmer's market in the North Georgia Mountains. We are open two days a week with hours to suit everyone: Tuesday afternoon from 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM and Saturdays from 7:00AM to 1:00PM.

With 75+ vendors, we are able to bring you the finest in locally grown produce and plants, beautiful hand-made crafts by local artisans, and delicious home-made food products. There is a different themed event every Saturday. Kids love the Market because there is always plenty to see and do. Lots of free parking, along the banks of Butternut Creek with a million dollar view of the mountains. We even have a Pup Tent where your pets can reside in a resort like setting with attendants, while you shop and enjoy the festivities.

"Local" is everything to us here at the Farmers Market. Union County takes pride in our agricultural roots. When we opened in 2007 it was decided that artisans, beekeepers and bakers, and potters to painters, could also sell their handmade goods. So when we boast "Homegrown and Handmade", you know that you are purchasing products that have been produced right here in this magnificent region of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

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Listing last updated on Jun 23, 2014

Home Grown and Handmade! Come meet and mingle as this wonderful community joins together to bring the best we have to offer from our local growers, crafters, and artisans. June 7, 2014 - Oct. 25, 2014. Every Tuesday from 3pm - 7pm & Saturday from 7:00am - 1:00pm EBT Recipients, welcome!



Schedule and Location:

148 Old Smokey Rd.
Blairsville, GA 30512
Tuesday from 3:00PM - 7:00PM
Saturday from 7AM - 1PM



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