5 October, 2022, 12:38

Tucson Farmers Markets

Farmers Markets are a great place for fresh, local produce including fruits and vegetables, eggs, free-range meats, honey, baked goods, and more.

As a community-centered event, farmers markets are a great way to connect local vendors and farmers with consumers. From small, intimate markets to expanding markets across city blocks, farmers markets are also a great way to support local organizations and farmers.

There are numerous Tucson farmers markets scheduled daily which include (but are not limited to):


El Pueblo Farmers Market
WhereSouthwest corner of Irvington and 6th Ave.
When: 3-5PM


Community Food Bank Farmers’ Market
Where: 3003 S. Country Club Dr. (between Ajo & 36th St.)
When: 8AM-12PM Year Round
Community Food Bank

Marana Farmers’ Market 
Where: 13395 N. Marana Main St.
When: 3-6PM


Downtown Farmers Market Arts and Crafts Mercado
Where: South lawn of the Main Library, 201 N. Stove Ave.
When: 8AM-2PM


Santa Cruz River Farmers’ Market
Where: Mercado San Agustin, 100 South Avenida del Convento
When: 3-6PM October – April, 4-7PM May – September


El Presidio Mercado
Where: El Presidio Plaza, west Alameda St. near Church Ave.
When: 10AM-4PM Year Round

Jesse Owens Park 
Where: 400 S. Sarnoff Dr.
When: 8AM-Noon Summer, 9AM-1PM Winter


Oro Valley Farmers Market
Where: Oro Valley Town Hall- 11000 N. La Canada (SE Corner of La Canada & Naranja)
When: 9AM-1PM Winter, 8AM-Noon Summer

Rincon Valley Farmers & Artisans Market
12500 E. Old Spanish Trail
When: 8AM-1PM Year Round

Sleeping Frog Farms Produce

St. Philip’s Plaza 
Where: 4380 N. Campbell Ave.
When: 8am-Noon
Heirloom Website


El Barrio Farmers Market
Where: 1001 S. 6th Ave.
When: 10AM-7PM


Tucson Farmers’ Market at St. Philip’s Plaza
St. Philip’s Plaza- 4380 N. Campbell Ave
When: 9AM-1PM Winter, 8AM-Noon Summer

For more information, visit the City of Tucson’s website & the Heirloom Farmers’ Markets website.

Have more markets to add? Let us know at info@tucsonfoodie.com.

Erica Dombrowski - Tucson Foodie's Spring 2014 Intern