List Of Winston-Salem Farmers Markets (2024)

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What’s your favorite farmer’s market in Winston-Salem?

Looking for the details on local Winston-Salem area farmer’s 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 treats and bread, free-range eggs, arts & crafts, and more.

So get out, explore the local markets, and get inspired (and hungry!)

Please confirm farmer’s market dates and times before visiting, as they are subject to change.

Buffalo Creek Farm And Creamery

3255 Buffalo Creek Farm Road, Germanton, NC

  • Open Year Round
  • Monday-Saturday, 9am – 6pm
  • Sunday, 1pm – 6pm
  • Visit Website

Buffalo Creek. A dairy-goat farm sells farmstead goat’s milk cheese, Goat-La-To (a “gelato type” frozen treat), handmade goat’s milk soap, farmstead lamb and goat meat, and other items at their farm store. Customers enjoy visiting the farm, where they can see the animals, goats, sheep, and donkeys, whose pasture surrounds the shop. Buffalo Creek cheese is made in their creamery by hand, using traditional cheesemaking techniques that date back hundreds, sometimes thousands of years. They offer Raw Milk Aged, Chevre, Feta, Farmers, and Queso Fresco cheese. Due to seasonality of the products, not all cheeses are always available. All meat is sold in cuts and is processed by a local meat processor. The meat is USDA-inspected and in vacuum-sealed packaging.

Clemmons Village Farmers Market

Jerry Long Family YMCA, 1150 S. Peace Haven Rd, Clemmons, N

Cobblestone Farmers Market, Winston-Salem, NC - Shore Farm Organics
  • May 11 – September 28
  • Saturdays, 8:30 – 11:30am
  • Visit Website

Clemmons Farmers Market is about Healthy Living and Locally Grown Food. They bring together farmers, bakers, producers, and the community. They offer various products, including fresh baked goods, candies, kettle corn, pickles, sauces, jams, jellies, fresh flowers, soaps, lotions, sustainable livestock, plants, and a harvest of fresh produce. The first Saturday of every month, they host Market Crafters and Artisans.

Cobblestone Farmers Market

Old Salem Cobblestone Farmers Market, Winston-Salem, NC

1007 S. Marshall Street, Winston-Salem, NC

  • April – December
  • Saturdays, 8:30 am – 12 pm
  • Accepts and matches SNAP / EBT and WIC & Senior FMNP
  • Visit Website

Cobblestone Farmers Market offers products that include meat, cheese, pickles, jams, tea, produce, fruit, sweets, and more. Cobblestone continually seeks new and niche products, so customers have a wide variety to choose from. Most of the beef, lamb and pork products are certified Animal Welfare Approved. Bring reusable bags. Open in March for winter hours, Saturdays, 9:30am – 12pm.

Learn More About Cobblestone Farmers Market

Fair Share Farm

Fair Share Farm grows beautiful produce and partners with local producers to offer their customers baked goods, pantry items, dairy, protein, and seasonal produce in their barn store. Also available is an online farm stand. Once registered, you can log in and shop their weekly produce offerings. A special event, Barn Bash, on main season opening day, May 18, 10am-3pm. There will be local vendors, lively music, family games, and tasty treats.

  • 3868 Transou Road, Pfafftown, NC
  • 336-529-4368
  • Spring hours, Fridays, 3pm – 6pm
  • Special Event, Saturday, May 18, 2024, 10am-3pm
  • Visit Website

Fairgrounds Farmers Market – Winston-Salem (aka Carolina Classic Farmers Market)

Carolina Fair Grounds Farmers Market

Winston-Salem Fair Grounds, 421 W. 27th St/University Parkway, Winston-Salem

  • Parking: enter the parking area off 27th St.
  • Open year-round
  • Saturdays, 6 am – 12 pm
  • Accepts SNAP EBT Cards
  • Visit Website

The Fairgrounds Farmers Market is Forsyth County’s longest-running source for locally raised fruits, vegetables, and proteins. Market vendors also offer flowers, handmade baskets, cakes & pies, freshly baked bread, jams & jellies, honey, crafts, and much more. Enter through the parking area off of 27th Street.

Kernersville Farmers Market

134 E. Mountain Street, Kernersville, NC

  • May 11 – Oct
  • Wednesdays & Saturdays 8 am – 12 noon
  • Visit Website

The Kernersville Farmers Market provides a direct connection to vendors with deep roots in Kernersville and North Carolina, including farms, nurseries, bakeries, cheese makers, and specialty foods producers. A gathering place where friends meet and shop.

King Farmers Market

Stokes Family YMCA, 105 Moore Rd. King, NC

  • May 1 – October 30
  • Wednesdays, 11 am – 1 pm
  • Accepts WIC and Senior FMNP
  • Visit Facebook Page

The King Farmers’ Market is a producer-only market, which means they grow or make everything they sell. They offer fresh produce, meats, eggs, honey, baked goods, and value-added products, all grown, raised, or made locally.

Piedmont Triad Farmers Market

2914 Sandy Ridge Road, Exit 208 on I-40, Colfax, NC

The Farmer’s area of Piedmont Triad provides fresh, locally grown produce and plants and finds a variety of North Carolina-produced meats, cheeses, wines, and specialty foods. Farmers produce 21 major vegetable and fruit crops throughout the state. In addition, products from N.C. nurseries, greenhouses, Christmas tree farms, and turf grass and sod growers are available in season.

There are year-round market shops that offer candy, nuts, fruits, baked items, made-in-NC items, candles, wine, pasta, cheeses, sauces, pet treats, Mediterranean food, spices for baking, baskets, produce, meats, soaps, lotions, essential oils, salves, dried beans, BBQ sauces & spices, honey, & more. A family-style restaurant, The Moose Café, is also on the premises.

Liberty Street Urban Farmers Market

1551 N. Liberty St, Winston-Salem, NC

  • April – October
  • First and Third Fridays of the month, 4 pm – 6 pm
  • Accepts SNAP EBT Cards
  • Visit Facebook Page

Liberty Street offers fresh produce from local urban and community gardeners. The market offers fresh fruits and vegetables, eggs, and other products. Many local residents grow all of their produce in small, urban areas and bring it to the market to sell. Liberty Street Market grew in its second year and is hopeful it will be even larger in this its third season.

Willow Ridge Farmstead

4720 Willow Court, Winston-Salem, NC

Willow Ridge Farmstead is open Saturdays, 9am – 12pm and features fresh farm eggs, local honey, spinach, romaine, collards, beets, microgreens, meat, fruits, and more. You can order online from Willow Ridge or visit the farm to see the farm animals and try some samples when available.

Farmers Markets – A Great Way To Spend The Day!

Visiting a Farmers Market offers time in the sunshine, a sense of community, healthy eating with homegrown, local products, and a great way to spend a day with the family. The farmers and vendors can provide information and recipes if they have the time to chat. To learn more about Farmers Markets, be sure to see our Cobblestone Farmers Market feature.

Don’t see your farmer’s market? Let us know in the comments!

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