There’s nothing like waking up early on a Saturday or Sunday morning to stroll through your favorite downtown area in Central Florida. Visiting one of the local farmer’s markets around town is a great way to learn about small businesses and try some really great food. Here are our top 5 Farmer’s Markets in Central Florida.
Walking around Lake Eola is a great way to start your Sunday. Between 10 am and 4 pm, you can explore the different booths set up, visit the kid’s playground, grab a mimosa, and end the day with a great dinner downtown.
Winter Park’s farmer’s market opens bright and early at 8 am and goes until 1 pm every Saturday. With over 50 vendors participating weekly, we’re sure you’ll leave with something tasty, unique, or some beautiful flowers.
About 25 minutes from Downtown Orlando, the cute town of Winter Garden hosts its farmer’s market on Saturdays from 9 am – 2 pm. On top of the farmer’s market, the area has many great small businesses and restaurants open for you to enjoy.
Another 15 minutes past Winter Garden, Clermont hosts its weekly farmer’s market on Sundays from 9 am – 2 pm. They have all the typical booths, but 2 J’s Seafood is a staple. This booth is so popular the owner even adversities preorders.
For a weekday market, Audubon Park hosts its community market on Mondays from 5-9 pm at the Stardust Video & Coffee. Here they have live music, art, produce, and food trucks—what a great way to start your week.
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Is your favorite market listed above? If not, we’d love to hear about your favorite local farmer’s market! Did you know we are always highlighting local businesses on our social media? Let us know where we should go next.