Do you want more local flavor in your diet? Dozens of local producers and growers bring fresh food to Door County farmers markets around the peninsula several days a week.
Find farm fresh eggs, flowers, produce, locally baked breads and much more as you learn to cook with the seasons. Meet your farmer, learn knew recipes, and put a face to your food at your community farmers market.
Many of the markets are updated throughout the season with artisan and heritage demonstrations. Keep an eye on the events calendar for details.
*COVID-19 has altered many markets and we are working to update them on a ongoing basis
2020 Door County Farmers Markets
Jacksonport Farmers Market
Lakeside Park, Hwy. 57, Jacksonport
9am-1pm, May 14 – Oct. 29
Fish Creek Farmers Market
Settlement Shops, 9106 Hwy. 42, Fish Creek
9:30am-1:30pm, June 5 – Oct. 16
Egg Harbor Farmers Market
Harbor View Park, 7809 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor
9am – 1pm, May 24 – Oct. 25
Kewaunee Farmers Market
Kewaunee Farmers Market, Corner of Milwaukee St. & Miller St., Kewaunee
8am – Noon, June – Oct. 26
Sister Bay Farmers Market
Corner of the Past, Hwy. 57 and Fieldcrest Road, Sister Bay
8am-Noon, May 25 – Oct. 5
Sturgeon Bay Farmers Market
Market Square, 421 Michigan St., Sturgeon Bay
8:30am-Noon, June 1 – Oct. 26
Maplewood Farmers Market
Maplewood Farmers Market, S1867 Hwy 42, Sturgeon Bay
2pm-6pm, June 15 – September
Luxemburg Farmers Market
Stodola’s IGA, 602 Center Drive, Luxemburg
8 am – Noon, July 6 – Oct. 26
Baileys Harbor Farmers Market
Algoma Farmers Market
Legion Park, 620 Lake St., Algoma
9:30am – 1pm, June 23 – Oct. 27
If you have a farmers market to add to the list, email [email protected]
Farmer’s Market Safety Guidelines
Each market will have their own guidelines and rules in place for shoppers, but here are the broader recommendations for attending any outdoor market at this time.
- If you are sick or are symptomatic, please stay home.
- Wear a mask or cloth face covering during your entire visit.
- Avoid shopping in groups; one shopper per household is advised
- Use a paper list for efficiency
- Avoid using your phone during your visit
- Maintain the recommended social distance of six feet between shoppers
- Follow any traffic flow set up by individual markets
- Don’t touch product you haven’t yet purchased, in most cases the seller will fulfill your order for you
- Be patient and kind as everyone navigates the new procedures and safeguards