The Farmers Market is located in the Uptown Arts District of Michigan City, Indiana. Our beautiful town, nestled on the southern shore of Lake Michigan, is an hour from downtown Chicago and forty-five minutes from South Bend.

Here in La Porte County, at �the door� to America�s heartland, we offer an amazing variety of seasonal produce, flowers, breads, cheeses, and meat, along with prepared foods from local bakeries and restaurants.

The market promotes the local food movement. All vendors are required to sell local produce and products sourced within 100 miles of the market. Food producers are required to source their products locally to support local farmers and their community. At the market we focus on healthy food options and natural products. The market does not permit vendors that sell crafts.

The market is located at the corner of 8th and Washington Street in the parking lot behind the First Presbyterian Church. The market is open Saturdays 8a-1p May through October rain or shine.

We hope to see you soon, whether you�re a weekly supporter or first-time visitor.

Listing last updated on Mar 18, 2015


The market promotes the local food movement. All vendors are required to sell local produce and products sourced within 100 miles of the market. Food producers are required to source their products locally to support local farmers and their community. At the market we focus on healthy food options and natural products. The market does not permit vendors that sell crafts.


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Its a very local market and I have known the farmers for years. They offer a wide variety of products from bread to cherries to corn. Its small enough to be manageable and large enough to have everything you could want from a farmers market.


My father supported the market and his many friends who sold their produce and goods at the market.


I go to the Michigan City Farmers' Market most weeks and absolutely love it. It is small, but I always walk away with a ton of stuff. There is a fab gourmet stand, several good produce people and always some flowers and baked goods.... [more]

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