Farmers Markets in New Hampshire

If you’ve never been to a farmer’s market in New Hampshire, you probably don’t know what you’re missing.  The freshest fruits and vegetables, home-baked pies, jams and jellies, cut flowers, organic meats, fish, several types of milk, seeds, plants, maple syrup, eggs, crafts, yarns, wool products and more are just waiting for you at these rustic markets.  Many have entertainment available for you as well as for children and are held rain or shine.  Check out the list below and call ahead for details.

Amherst Farmers’ Market: Amherst Village Green. June 1-October 5, Thursdays, 2:30-6:30pm. Locally grown & organic produce, fruits, cut flowers, herbs, wine, seafood, milk, cheese, baked goods, preserves, soaps, potted plants, other specialty items. Rain or shine, 603-249-9809.

Barrington Farmers’ Market: Rts. 9 & 125, across from Calef’s Country Store. May-October, Saturdays, 8:30am-12pm. Fruits, vegetables, plants, cut flowers, eggs, mushrooms. 603-749-0377.

Bedford Farmers’ Market: Rt. 101 to Wallace Rd. to Benedictine Park. Summer, Tuesdays, 3-6pm. Organic and locally grown produce, wine, fish, venison, baked goods, cut flowers, cheese, fruits, apples, strawberries, blueberries. Family events and celebrations, local musicians. Rain or shine, 603-494-8190.

Canaan Farmers’ Market: On the Park, U.S. Rt. 4 & NH Rt. 118. June 20-September 26, Tuesdays, 3:30-6:30pm. Locally and vendor grown produce, meats, baked goods, maple products, fine crafts. “Primavera” markets, Saturdays, May 20 & 27; Harvest Market, Saturday, October 7, both of these markets are morning markets, 9am-12pm. Rain or shine, 603-523-4337.

Claremont Farmers’ Market: Broad Street Park. June 1-October 12, Thursdays, 3:30-6:30pm. Produce, fresh bread, baked goods, eggs, flowers, fudge, herbs, honey, jams, jellies, maple syrup, meats, plants, seed, soaps, handcrafted clothing, quilts, gifts. Free entertainment, children’s activities weekly, Celebrate NH Farmers’ Market week. Rain or shine, 603-542-8687.

Colebrook Farmers’ Market: 84 Colby St. July-October, Saturdays, 8am-12pm. Vegetables, fruits, berries, baked goods, maple products, pickles, jams, jellies, wool yarn, crafts. Rain or shine, 603-237-4430.

Concord Farmers’ Market: Capitol St. June-October, Saturdays, 8:30am-12pm. Fresh produce, crafts. Rain or shine, 603-796-2654.

Contoocook Farmers’ Market: Main St. July-September, Saturdays, 9am-12pm. Pies, jams, jellies, maple syrup, eggs, vegetables, plants, compost, bread, berries. Rain or shine, 603-746-2874.

Cornish Farmers’ Market: Cornish Flat. May-October, Saturdays, 9am-12pm. Seasonal produce, baked goods, bread, organic meats, crafts, maple products, plants. Apple and pumpkin festivals. Rain or shine, 603-542-6323.

Deerfield Farmers’ Market: Old Center Rd. Early summer-early autumn, Fridays, 3-7pm. Fruits, vegetables, crafts, meats, jams, jellies, baked goods, plants. Hay rides, music, magic. Rain or shine, 603-463-8812.

Enfield Farmers’ Market: Huse Park, U.S. Rt. 4 & Main. Late-June-early October, 3-6pm. Fruits, vegetables, maple, honey, baked goods, meats, yarn, soap, flowers, eggs, chicken, jams, jellies. Weekly entertainment; Cheese Day is August 9. Rain or shine, 603-632-7197.

Farmington Farmers’ Market: parking lot rear of Bank of NH and library, corner of Main St. & Central St. Summer, Saturdays, 8am-12pm. Baked goods, annuals, perennials, vegetables. 603-859-7861.

Franklin Community Farmers’ Market: Unitarian Church parking lot, Central St. June 27-October 3, Tuesdays, 3-6pm. Produce, natural meats, wool, fiber products, honey, maple syrup, jellies, jams, ice cream, baked goods. Rain or shine, 603-934-3229.

Hancock Farmers’ Market: in the horse sheds behind the church. Mid-May-mid-October, Saturdays, 9am-12pm. Vegetables, fruits, certified organic produce, pickles, buffalo meat, honey, handicrafts, baked goods, soups, perennials, flowers, maple syrup, soaps, kettle corn, quilts, yarns, preserves, cider (in season). Weekly musical, craft and cooking events; announcements in local papers and signboard. Rain or shine, 603-525-3788.

Henniker Farmer’s Market: Community Park, Main St. July 5-October 11, Wednesdays, 3-6pm. Vegetables, fruits, maple syrup, honey, crafts, body products, flowers, homemade dog biscuits, eggs, pork, chicken, composting red worms, baked goods. Live music periodically. Rain or shine, 603-428-7490.

Hillsborough Farmers’ Market: Butler Park, West Main St. July 16-September 17, Saturdays, 9am-12pm. Produce, flowers, baked goods, jellies, jams and occasional crafters. 603-464-4640.

Jackson Area Market: Jackson Village. Summer, Saturdays, 9am-12pm. Vegetables, fruits, arts and crafts. Shine only, 603-383-6277.

Jaffrey Farmers’ Market: Monadnock Plaza, Rt. 202. July-September, Saturdays, 9am-12pm. Produce, flowers, plants, jams, jellies, maple syrup, baked
goods, limited crafts. Rain or shine, 603-532-6561.

Keene Farmers’ Market: commercial parking lot off Gilbo Ave. May-October, Tuesdays and Saturdays, 9am-2pm. Fruits, vegetables, herbs, plants, flowers, maple syrup, honey, baked goods, crafts, jams, jellies, eggs and soap. Rain or shine, 603-446-9474.

Laconia Farmers’ Market: Beacon St. East, upper parking lot, next to City Hall. June 24-October 7, Saturdays, 8:30am-12pm. Vegetables, fruits, baked goods, jams, jellies, flowers, crafts, maple syrup, honey, goat cheese and milk and eggs. Rain or shine, 603-267-6522.

Lancaster Farmers’ Market: Centennial Park. June-October, Saturdays, 9am-12pm. Certified organic produce, fresh local produce, goat cheese, eggs, baked goods, pestos, jams, jellies, cut flowers, plants, maple syrup, free range chickens, honey, fruits, berries and cider. Rain or shine, 603-586-9832.

Lebanon Farmers’ Market: Colburn Park, downtown Lebanon. June-September, Thursdays, 4-7pm. Locally and organically grown produce, breads, baked goods, poultry and meat products, eggs, cheese, prepared foods, hard cider, crafts, jewelry, soaps, woolens. Live music at every market and community booths. Rain or shine, 802-649-2724.

Littleton Farmers’ Market: Cottage St., Senior Center parking lot. June 18-October 8, Sundays, 10am-1pm. Fresh local produce in season, meat, eggs, poultry, maple products, preserves, baked goods, prepared food, perennials, cut flowers, honey, crafts, wood products. Entertainment and demonstrations through the season. 603-444-7777

Lower Cohase Farmers’ Market: Rt. 302, Woodsville. June 15-October 15, Wednesdays, 11am-2pm. Seasonal produce, melons, eggs, baked goods, crafts, flowers, plants. Rain or shine, 603-838-6425.

Manchester Downtown Farmers’ Market: Victory Park, Concord St. & Pine St. June-October, Thursdays, 3-6:30pm. Vegetables, herbs, flowers, eggs, meat, baked goods, certified organic vendors, soups, maple products, strawberries, blueberries, apples, pears, peaches, melons, dried flowers, wines. Weekly demonstrations of cooking, music, children days, food sampling. Rain or shine, 603-679-8101.

Meredith Village Farmers’ Market: Community Park, Main St. July 6-September 14, Thursdays, 3-6pm. Fresh locally grown meat, fruits, vegetables, crafts, maple syrup, baked goods. Demonstrations, music. Rain or shine, 603-279-9015.

Milford Farmers’ Market: TD Banknorth, lower lot, South St. Late-June-early-October, Saturdays, 9am-12pm. Locally grown fruits, vegetables, flowers, herbs, plants, baked goods, jams, jellies, maple syrup. Rain or shine, 603-673-5792,

Farmers’ Market Association of Nashua: St. Louis de Gonzague Church, 48 West Hollis St. July 11-October 17, Tuesdays, 2-6pm. Fresh vegetables, fruits, herbs, jams, jellies, maple syrup and fresh baked breads. Rain or shine, 603-878-4570.

New Boston Farmers’ Market: Town Common at the gazebo, Rt. 13. July-October, Saturdays, 9am-12pm. Local produce, baked goods, eggs, flowers, jams, sweets, honey, maple syrup, herbals, fresh fish. Rain or shine, 603-487-3577.

New Durham Farmers’ Market: Depot Rd., at the Post Office parking lot under the Pines. Summer, Fridays, 3-6pm. Baked goods, annuals, perennials, vegetables. 603-859-7861.

Newport Farmers’ Market: on the common, North Main St. June 9-October 13, Fridays, 3-6pm. Fruits, vegetables, plants, flowers, breads, pastries, cookies, candies, soaps, meats, eggs, preserves, wool products, food concessions. Rain or shine, 603-863-4847.

North Conway Farmers’ Market: Gibson Center for Senior Services. July-September, Tuesdays, 1-5pm. Vegetables, fruits, arts and crafts. Rain or shine, 603-383-6277.

Nottingham Farmers’ Market: Blaisdell Memorial Library parking lot, 129 Stage Rd., Mid July-mid September, Sundays, 1-4pm. Fresh local produce and plants. 679-8484.

Peterborough Farmers’ Market: Depot Square Park. May 24-October 4, Wednesdays, 3-6:30pm. Starter plants, vegetables, herbs, fruits, cut flowers, bouquets, perennials, eggs, poultry, lamb, goose, duck, herbal products, baked goods, pickles, preserves, honey, maple syrup, goat cheese, raw fresh milk, raw fresh goats milk, jewelry, soap, candles, hand knit sweaters, mittens, scarves, felted bags, other items felted. Rain or shine, 603-547-2108.

Pittsfield Farmers’ Market: Dustin Park. Mid June-mid October, Thursdays, 3-5:30pm. Local farm fresh vegetables, fruits in season, baked goods, bread, jams, jellies, soaps, cut flowers, annuals, perennials, herbs, and specialty products. Rain or shine, 603-435-7695.

Plymouth Farmers’ Market: Church of the Holy Spirit Community Life Center, Highland St. June 22-September 28, Thursdays, 3-6pm. Corn, tomatoes, cucumbers, squash, beans, peas, lettuce, beets, melons, cut flowers, meats, eggs, soaps and baked goods. Rain or shine, 603-536-3823.

Pride’s Planting Farmers’ Market: 4 Corners Antique Store parking lot, Route 202 & Estey’s Rd. & Meaderboro Rd. May-October, Fridays, 3-6:30pm; Saturdays, 9am-12pm. Pumpkins, gourds, berries, flowers, plants, lemonade, vegetables (A-Z), herbs, wood, wood crafts, tole painting, homemade dog bones. 603-332-9770.

Rochester Downtown Farmers’ Market: Church of the Redeemer parking lot, 57 Wakefield St. Summer, Thursdays and Fridays, 3-6pm. Baked goods, annuals, perennials, vegetables.

Sanbornton Farmers’ Market: Sanbornton Historical Society’s Lane Tavern in Sanbornton Square, Rt. 132. June 30-October 6, Fridays, 3-6pm. Agricultural crafts, baked goods, dairy, free range poultry and meat products, eggs, fiber goods, crafts, flowers, fresh fruits, berries, herbs, honey, jams, jellies, potted plants, processed foods, seeds, syrup, vegetables, woods crafts and products. Local entertainment; fresh produce cooking demonstrations. Rain or shine, 603-528-1990.

Sandwich Farmers’ Market: Samuel H. Wentworth Library, under the Pines, Rt. 109. June 24-September 30, Saturdays, 9am-12pm. Locally grown and certified organic produce, fruits, berries, maple syrup, baskets, baked goods, seasonal demonstrations, plants, more. Old Home week in August. Rain or shine, 603-284-7163.

Seacoast Farmers’ Markets: Featuring locally grown products, certified organic products, prepared foods, baked goods, arts and crafts. 603-778-6003 (in season hotline).
Dover: Henry Law Park, June-October, Wednesdays, 2:30-5:30pm.
Durham:Pettee Brook Lane parking lot, June-October, Mondays, 2:30-5:30pm.
Exeter:Swasey Parkway, June-October, Thursdays, 2:30-5:30pm.
Hampton:Sacred Heart School parking lot, Lafayette Rd., June-October, Tuesdays, 3-6pm.
Kingston:The Plains, Main St., June-October, Tuesdays, 2:30-5:30pm.
Portsmouth:City Hall parking lot, Junkins Ave., May-November, Saturdays, 8am- 1pm.
Stratham:Stratham Hill Park, June-October, Wednesdays, 2:30-5:30pm.

Tilton Farmers’ Market: East Main St. across from Police Department. June-October, Wednesdays, 3-6pm. Fruits, vegetables, bedding plants, seasonal plants, pumpkins, maple products, honey products, pies, jams, jellies, baked goods, craft items. Rain or shine, 603-286-8668.

Wakefield Farmers’ Market: corner of Rt. 16 and Wakefield Rd., opposite Palmers Motel. May 27-October 7, Saturdays, 9am-3pm. Local vegetables, fruits in season, baked goods, fudge, plants, pottery, wood, fiber art. Demonstrations 10-11am. Rain or shine, 603-473-8762.

Weare Farmers’ Market: Town Gazebo. July-September, Fridays, 3-6pm. Seasonal fresh fruits, produce, certified organic goods, fresh baked breads, pies, jams, jellies, pickles, goats milk soaps, lotions, fresh garlic, compost, flowers, potted plants. Vendor demonstrations, educational events, music. Rain or shine, 603-529-0782.

Whitefield Farmers’ Market: on the common, King Square. June-October, Fridays, 3-6pm. Produce, craft items. Rain or shine, 603-837-8778.

Wilmot Farmers’ Market: Wilmot Town Green, near bandstand. July 1-September 30, Saturdays, 9am-12pm. Vegetables, baked goods, meats, maple syrup, plants, cut flowers, honey, jams, jellies, herbal soaps, crafts, wool products. Local entertainment. Rain or shine, 603-371-0849.

Wilton Downtown Marketplace: 48 Main St. June-September, Fridays, 3:30-6:30pm. Produce, New Hampshire made and produced products. Free corn on cob while in season! Harvest Fair, September 16, 10am-2pm. Rain or shine, 603-654-3020.

Wolfeboro Area Farmers’ Market: 35 Center St. across from DeVylder’s Market. June 22-September 28, Thursdays, 1-5pm. Organic vegetables, goats milk products, jams, jellies, baked goods, cut flowers, herbs, herb products, eggs, honey, maple syrup, potted plants, wool. Weekly educational demonstrations and
events. Rain or shine, 603-323-3369.

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