Winston-Salem Area Farmers Markets

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Cobblestone Farmers Market, Winston-Salem, NC - Shore Farm OrganicsLooking for the details on local Winston-Salem area farmers markets? We’ve got a fresh list, complete with locations, hours, and more to help you find fresh local produce, meats and dairy shopping without too much digging. And you can often find other local items as well including fresh-made jams, handmade soaps, fresh-baked scones and breads, free-range eggs, arts & crafts and more.

So get out and explore the local market and get inspired (and hungry!).

Bethania Mill Farmers Market

5455 Bethania Road
Winston-Salem, NC
(336) 945-2471
Saturdays, 9 am – 1 pm
May – July
Website

Clemmons Village Farmers Market

Jerry Long Family YMCA
1150 S. Peace Haven Rd
Clemmons, NC
Saturdays, 8:30 – 11:30 am
May 9 – October 10, 2020
Website

Cobblestone Farmers Market

Cobblestone Market has various locations and now operates much of the year. There are special operating hours and protocols in place during COVID-19 concerns this Spring.

Old Salem Old Salem Cobblestone Farmers Market, Winston-Salem, NC

Farmer’s Market

Old Salem Museum & Gardens
1001 S. Marshall Street
Winston-Salem, NC
Saturdays, 8:30 am – noon (8:30-9 reserved for seniors and high-risk guests)

Pre-Order Pick-Up On Wednesday

Shop online and place your pre-orders by Tuesday evening from various vendors. Pick-up your goodies on Wednesday from 4-6pm at 1001 S. Marshall Street, Winston-Salem, NC.

Read more about Cobblestone Market

Miracle Grounds Farm Store at Crossnore Children’s Home
(Formerly The Children’s Home)

Located on the Crossnore Children’s Home Campus (formerly The Children’s Home) in Winston-Salem, Miracle Grounds Farm Store features homegrown produce year round, as well as local pork and grass-fed beef, jams, salsa, chow-chow and handmade products year-round. Strawberries grown on the farm are for sale in the spring, pumpkins in the fall, and Christmas trees from Thanksgiving to mid-December. We have not been able to confirm the details for this in 2020 yet.

1001 Reynolda Rd
Winston-Salem, NC
Wednesday – Friday, 1 – 6 pm
Saturday, 9 am – 12 pm

W-S Fairgrounds Farmers Market (aka Dixie Classic Farmers Market)

Dixie Classic Farmer's Market, Winston-Salem, NC

The Fairgrounds Farmers Market is the city’s longest-running farmers market.

Winston-Salem Fairgrounds
Winston-Salem, NC
421 W. 27th St/University Parkway
(enter parking area off 27th St.)
Winston-Salem, NC
Saturdays, 6 am – 1 pm
Open year round
Website

Kernersville Farmers Market

134 E. Mountain Street
Kernersville, NC
Wednesdays, 8 am – noon & 4 – 7 pm
Saturdays, 8 am – noon
May – October
Website

King Farmers Market

Stokes Family YMCA
105 Moore Rd
Wednesdays, 11 am – 1 pm
May – October
Website

New Philly Farmers Market logoLet it Grow Produce

1318 S Hawthorne Rd (inside Organix Juice Bar)
Winston-Salem, NC
Open year round
Tuesday – Friday, 10 am – 6 pm; Saturdays, 10 am – 3 pm
Facebook page

New Philly Farmers Market

New Philadelphia Moravian Church grounds
4440 Country Club Rd
Winston-Salem, NC
(336) 768-6488
Thursdays, 5:30 – 7:30 pm
July – August
Facebook page

Piedmont Triad Farmers Market

2914 Sandy Ridge Road
Colfax, NC 27235
(336) 605-9157
Open year round
7 am – 6 pm
Website

Seed 2 Seed Farmers Market

Bailey Park
445 Patterson Avenue
Winston-Salem, NC
Open year round
Tuesdays, 10 am – 2 pm
Website

 

What’s your favorite Winston-Salem Farmer’s Market?

About The Author:

Born right here in Winston-Salem, NC, at Forsyth Memorial Hospital, Michelle is a native. At age one she moved to Virginia but after spending 30+ years moving around Virginia, Tennessee, Massachusetts, California and even Paris, France, Michelle returned home to Winston-Salem in 2004. A job at Hanes brought her here but the heart of the city has kept her here.

Her favorite things about Winston-Salem are its welcoming people who call it home, its art-centric culture, and its perfect location at the foot of the Blue Ridge mountains and a short drive to the beaches of the Atlantic. The lack of traffic is a pretty tremendous asset as well, especially since it gives her more free time to enjoy cooking and playing with her dogs, Lily and Barley. Michelle is one of the many residents of this great city who are thrilled to call this "My Winston-Salem"!

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