It's farmers market and pick-your-own time in Richmond!
We love supporting our local farmers and buying locally-grown produce and goods. Plus, it's fun for the whole family to visit a pick-your-own (PYO) farm or a farmers market in Richmond.
Here are four things to note before heading out to farmers markets or PYO farms in Richmond:
- Pick-your-own farms can sometimes change hours on short notice dependent on weather, produce availability, and other factors. It's best to call ahead to make sure pick-your-own is available that day. Prices can also change from day to day.
- Bring your own containers or bags to avoid any extra charges!
- Bring cash as some Richmond farmer market stands and pick-your-own farms don't take credit cards.
- Some farmer markets and pick-your-own farms in RVA might have rules or requests in place due to COVID. Please check their websites or social media sites before heading out!
Here are the details on Richmond farmers markets and pick-your-own farms:
Farmers Markets in Richmond
Farmers markets typically open for the season . Here are a few local Farmers Markets :
Ashland Farmers Market
ASHLAND FARMERS MARKET The bounty of Hanover county – honey, artisan baked goods, fresh-cut flowers, grass-fed beef, pastured pork, preserves and more.. Main market takes place on Saturdays, May- Oct. 310 S. James St. Special holiday markets in November and December.
Lakeland Farmers Market
LAKESIDE FARMERS’ MARKET Lakeside Farmers Market is a year-round farmers' market that is open Saturday mornings and Wednesdays all day
West End Farmers Market
Fruits and vegetables, herbs, meat, fish, picked items, spices, soap, poultry, sausage and baked goods. Join Us Saturdays 9am - Noon New location!
Discovery United Methodist Church
13000 Gayton Road
Richmond, VA 23233 westendfarmersmarket.com.
South Of The James Market
SOUTH OF THE JAMES MARKET *NEW LOCATION: Bryan Park * – Many vendors, featuring local homegrown and craft products.. 8 a.m.-noon Saturdays year round. The South of the James Farmers Market will be hosted Thursday evenings in Forest Hill Park, 4pm – 7pm, starting May 6, 2021 and running through October.
Manakin Market Over 50 vendors featuring seasonal vegetables, fruits and berries, honey, baked goods, plants, pastured beef, pork, poultry and lamb, seafood, jams & jellies, micro-greens, pet treats, cut flowers, fresh juices, value added agricultural products, fine artisan crafts, and more. Enjoy live music, chef’s demos, children’s activities and lots of shade under a grove of trees. 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Saturdays, May-October. 68 Broad Street Road, Manakin-Sabot
CARYTOWN FARMERS MARKET
Carytown Farmers Market Over 30 vendors ,Locally grown produce, freshly baked foods, crafts, popsicles, coffee and flowers.. 9 a.m.- 1 p.m. Sundays, May-November. City Stadium, 3201 Maplewood Ave. OPENING Sunday, May 2nd 9:00am to 1:00pm