The weather is warming up and spring is upon us, which means everyone is looking for ways to spend more time outdoors. Visiting one of the many farmers markets in the area is a great way to enjoy a great day in Charleston while supporting local farmers, makers, artisans, and food trucks.
Charleston Farmer’s Market
329 Meeting Street, Downtown
Opens April 9, 2022
A favorite of locals and visitors alike, the Charleston Farmers Market is held every Saturday in Marion Square. After adopting an essential-only approach in 2021, the market plans to come back strong for 2022 with food trucks, vendors and family-friendly activities.
North Charleston Farmers Market
5025 Lackawanna Blvd.
Thursday, 3-7 p.m.
Open from May 12 to Oct. 27, 2022
Explore the North Charleston Farmers Market for local produce and seafood, as well as art vendors and rotating food trucks.
Mount Pleasant Farmers Market
645 Coleman Blvd., Mount Pleasant
Tuesdays, 3:30-7 p.m.
Opens April 5, 2022
This weekly farmers market in Mount Pleasant welcomes farmers with local produce and farm produce, food vendors and live music. You can also stop by and talk to the master gardeners at Clemson Extension during the market to get your gardening questions answered.
West Ashley Farmer’s Market
55 Sycamore Ave, West Ashley
Wednesday, 3-7 p.m.
Open April 20 to Nov. 2, 2022
Stroll through West Ashley’s Ackerman Park browsing the many vendor and farmer stalls. This market also has live music and offers free parking. This is a family and pet friendly event.
Summerville Farmers Market
Summerville Town Hall
200 S. Main Street, Summerville
Open April 2-Nov 26, 2022
Every Saturday through November, people can head to the First Citizens Bank parking lot behind Summerville City Hall for the Summerville Farmers’ Market. You will discover local artisanal products, fresh products, pastries and more. Parking is free in the town hall parking lot.
Holy City Farmers Market
Holy City Brewing
1021 Aragon Avenue, North Charleston
Wednesday, 4-7 p.m.
Open from March 13 to December 13. 11, 2022
Grab a pint during the Holy City Farmers Market at Holy City Brewing every Sunday through December 11, 2022. The market takes place outdoors with a view of Noisette Creek and hosts a variety of vendors and rotating musicians for live performances during the event.
Sunday Brunch Farmer’s Market
Behind the Charleston House For
1977 Maybank Motorway. James Island
Open all year
Held behind the Pour House on James Island, the Sunday Brunch Farmers Market offers a plethora of brunch options from local food trucks, unique vendor items and produce, meat and seafood from farmers and of suppliers. Have a drink at the bar and enjoy the live music which takes place every Sunday during the market on the outside terrace of Pour House.
Sea Island Farmer’s Market
Charleston College Campus
2024 Academy Road, Johns Island
Saturday, 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
Open all year
Head to Sea Island every Saturday to discover artisan food, local farm produce, unique produce and more.
Goose Creek Farmer’s and Craft Market
Goose Creek City Hall Complex
519 N. Goose Creek Blvd., Goose Creek
Open all year
This Goose Creek market hosts events year-round, including makers, farmers, artisans, local businesses, and non-profit or community organizations. Dogs on a leash are welcome.
Moncks Corner Farmers Market
Market Pavilion at the Regional Recreation Complex
418 Main Street East, corner Moncks
Thursday, 3-6 p.m.
Open April 7 to Nov. 17, 2022
This farmers market takes place every Thursday from April to November, but hosts special events throughout the season, including a farmers market for Mother’s Day, National Blueberry Month and more. During special events, attendees can enjoy live music, food trucks, and children’s activities.
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