The Menlo Park market opened in 1992 and is sponsored by the Menlo Park Live Oak Lions Club. The money from the market goes back into helping the community and the extra produce at the end of the market is distributed to feed the homeless. The farmers offer a wide variety of California-grown and Organic fruits & vegetables, herbs, fresh fish, eggs, wide variety of mushrooms, preserves, honey, flowers, nuts, dried fruit, organic olive oil & olives, plants and much more. Bring your knives to be sharpened on the first Sunday of each month or come listen to the weekly music, as you stroll through the fragrant booths.

Listing last updated on Jun 30, 2021

The Market is open on 4th of July!!

We have one entrance now and limit the number of customers in the market, as needed, to be able to maintain the 6-foot social distancing and keep everyone safe. Our center aisle has been widened and we have hand-washing and sanitizing stations set up in the market.
This quaint market features farmers from throughout California bringing their own unique produce all year long. Fresh dates from Thermal, Organic mushrooms grown in Watsonville, local fish & crab out of Half Moon Bay, sweet corn from the Delta region, heirloom tomatoes out of Carmel Valley, and the most luscious selection of fruits from the Central Valley. Come shop, meet your neighbors and get to know your market's farmers - they want to help you eat healthier.

Market Schedule

Jan - Dec

Sunday: 9:00am - 1:00pm

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A well run, year around, large selection of organic produce, fresh fish from the morning catch, flowers, vegetable starts, friendly suppliers an d shoppers.

This year-round market is run by the Lions Club, which channels back all the proceeds to local organizations. Not only do they run the market, they hire entertainment and foster community tables to promote Menlo Park activities.

Wonderful merchants with excellent healthy products - and great fish seller, too! The flowers and plants are a treat as well - as is the music and community involvement.

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