Tis' the season to enjoy our thriving regional farmers markets in Chimacum, Port Townsend, Sequim and Port Angeles, featuring fresh produce, local food, artisan crafts, live music and more. Come enjoy a taste of the peninsula at these family-friendly farmers markets. Meet the growers, producers and crafters; mingle with the community; and eat well of local abundance.
The Jefferson County Farmers Markets take place three times weekly in Port Townsend and Chimacum. The Port Townsend market offers over 70 vendors each week, with 40 farms, 4 artisan cheese makers, 3 cideries, artisan bakers, espresso and coffee, herbal salves, soaps, arts and crafts, music, seating. Chimacum Farm Stand and Quilcene also have markets on weekends.
You'll find the Port Ludlow Farmers Market, Friday 9am - 2pm, May through September at Village Market at Oak Bay & Paradise Bay Roads.
Port Angeles Farmers Market, winner of the 2012 Washington State Farmers' Market Association "Farmers' Market of the Year" award for medium-sized markets, is located at the covered Gateway center in downtown at Front and Lincoln Streets. Held Saturdays year round from 10am to 2pm and Wednesdays June 20 through mid September 10am - 2pm.
The Sequim Open Aire Market is open 9am to 3pm with a wide variety of fiber arts, fine arts, pottery and food. Of course the focus is on farmers and growers - honey, organic produce, lavender, flowers and so much more.
Forks Open Air Market is held on Saturdays 10am - 3pm, mid-May to Mid-October at 1421 S. Forks Avenue. Call 360-327-3877 for details.
Take Your Taste Buds on an Adventure
Discover the unique farm-to-table experiences that make the Olympic Peninusla a great culinary destination! Visit the growers, taste new wine releases, sample locally-made cheeses, dine on fresh, local fare, and enjoy the region's many scenic attractions!