Enjoy the Bounty of Farmers’ Markets

Local growers have made fresh produce more and more available for people to capitalize on the undeniable deliciousness of Door County’s growing season. Whether it’s a roadside stand or on the counter of a hardware store, you’ll have ample opportunities to taste the county’s finest foods.

Farmer’s markets make great local shopping spots. Many markets have teamed up to offer fresh produce, flowers and other goods, in addition to meat, canned items and homemade crafts. At press time for our annual Sustainability Issue, the Pulse was aware of the following Farmers’ & Craft Markets slated for the upcoming summer and fall:

Lakeside Park, Highway 57, Jacksonport


9am-1pm, Tuesdays (June 12 – October 30). Do your shopping locally with a wide variety of local farm products and handmade crafts.

Martin Park, 207 S. 3rd Ave., Sturgeon Bay


3-7pm, Tuesdays (June 26 – September 25). Get what you need from a variety of local vendors.

Settlement Shops, 9106 Highway 42, Fish Creek


10am-2pm, Wednesdays (June 13 – October 24). Fresh locally grown produce, plants, flowers, homemade breads, delicious jams, salsa and canned goods along with homemade arts & crafts.

Country Walk Shops, Sister Bay

3-5pm, Wednesdays (June 13 – October 24). Stop by as local producers sell their goods near Top Shelf Cafe & Gourmet.

Corner of the Past, Highway 57 and Fieldcrest Rd., Sister Bay


8am-noon, Saturdays (June 23 – October 13). Fresh locally grown vegetables and flowers, plus a wide variety of prepared foods from local certified kitchens. A heritage program will also be held on the grounds, 9-11am.

Market Square, 421 Michigan St., Sturgeon Bay


8:30am-noon, Saturdays (June 2 – October 27). Fresh produce and crafts from local sources.

If you have a farmers’ market to add to the list, email [email protected], as we’ll be updating our events calendar throughout the course of the summer.