2023 Door County Farmers Markets
Warm weather is on the horizon, which means it’s farmers market season! A summer highlight, farmers markets offer locally grown produce, handmade crafts, tasty treats and more up and down the peninsula. There’s something for everyone to enjoy.
Evenings in Ephraim: Bondemarked
Open grass lot adjacent to the Red Putter
June 19 – Aug. 28, 4-7 pm, no market July 3
Highlight: This is the first year that Ephraim will be hosting a Farmers Market. After shopping, head into Ephraim to catch its weekly concert series.
Jacksonport Farmers Market
Lakeside Park on Highway 57
May 16 – Oct. 17, 9 am – 1 pm
Highlights: There’s live music every week, and the annual Door County Cherry Pie and Ice Cream Social is set to take place during the July 11 market.
Settlement Shops Farmers Market
Settlement Shops, 9106 Hwy 42 in Fish Creek
May 31 – Oct. 18, 9:30 am – 1:30 pm
Highlight: A plant sale will kick off the season May 27, 9:30 am – 1:30 pm, featuring annuals, perennials, vegetable plants, trees and shrubs, along with handmade crafts.
Kewaunee Farmers Market
Corner of Milwaukee Street and Miller Street
July 13 – Sept. 28, 4-7 pm
Highlight: Unlike many of the farmers markets profiled here, Kewaunee hosts its market later in the day. Spend time exploring the area before heading to the clock tower for the market, held 4-7 pm.
Egg Harbor Farmers Market
Hatch Distilling Company, 7740 Hwy 42
May 26 – Sept. 29, 9 am – 1 pm
Highlight: New this year, the farmers market will be held in the parking area of Hatch Distilling Company. “While the park is lovely and we will miss the view, it was hard on vendors to load in/out and hard for disabled guests to access the market,” said Alyssa Rasmusson, the marketing and event manager for the Egg Harbor Business Association.
Corner of the Past Farmers Market
Corner of the Past Museum, 10310 Fieldcrest Road in Sister Bay
June 24 – Oct. 7, 9 am –1 pm
Highlight: In addition to the local produce on offer, the Sister Bay Historical Society presents its Heritage Programs during the market. Local craftspeople display and discuss their works each week, and some offer demonstrations and hands-on activities.
Sturgeon Bay Farmers Market
Covers Third Avenue, Nebraska Street and a portion of Market Square
June 3 – Oct. 14, 8 am – 12 pm
Highlight: Cameryn Ehlers-Kwaterski, executive director of Destination Sturgeon Bay, recommends checking out Bob’s Donuts or Door County Custom Meats’ Brat of the Week.
Washington Island Farmers Market
1177 Main Road
June 17 – Oct. 28, 9 am – 12 pm
Highlight: The produce farmers at the market participate in the WIC Farmers Market Nutrition Program, through which WIC members receive a check to spend at farmers markets.
Baileys Harbor Farmers Market
Baileys Harbor Town Hall, 2392 Cty F
May 14 – Oct. 8, 9 am – 1 pm
Highlight: Although you can’t enjoy it during the summer season, Baileys Harbor also hosts a monthly, indoor winter market during the off-season.