new jersey farmers markets

New Jersey Farmers Markets

Support local vendors! Visit a New Jersey Farmers Market near you! Here is a compilation of Farmers Markets in New Jersey’s Bergen, Hudson and Essex County.

Hoboken Farmers Market

When: Saturdays 9am-2pm

Where: Garden Street Farmers Market at 14th and Garden St. Hoboken, NJ

Duration: June 1 – December 21

Riverview Farmers Market in Jersey City

When: Sundays 10am-3pm

Where: Riverview-Fisk Park at 498 Palisades Avenue, Jersey City, NJ

Duration: May 5 – November 24

Englewood Farmers Market

When: Friday 11am-6pm

Where: Depot Square Park (corner of North Van Brunt Street and Demarest Avenue)

Duration: June 7 – October 25

Fort Lee Farmers Market

When: Sunday 8am-2pm

Where: Plaza at Fort Lee Community Center, 1355 Inwood Terrace, Fort Lee, NJ

Duration: June 30 – November 24

Paramus Farmers Market

When: Wednesdays 2-7pm

Where: Petruska Memorial Park’s North Parking Lot, 475 Farview Ave., Paramus, NJ

Duration: May 29 – October 16

Ramsey Farmers Market

When: Sundays 9am-2pm

Where: Main Street Train Station, Ramsey at Erie Plaza, off Main Street

Duration: June 2 – November 24

Teaneck Farmers Market

When: Thursdays 12pm-6pm

Where: Garrison Avenue and Beverly Road (back of Wells Fargo Bank)

Duration: June – October

Nutley Farmers Market

When: Sundays 9am-2pm

Where: Municipal Parking Lot 9 at 537 Franklin Avenue, Nutley, NJ

Duration: June 16 – October 27

Montclair Farmers Market

When: Saturdays 8am-2pm (Summer session) 8am-1pm (Winter session)

Where: Walnut Street Train station at 86 Walnut Street, Montclair, NJ

Duration: June – November (Summer session) December – May (Winter session)

Maplewood Farmers Market

When: Mondays from 2-7pm

Where: 1848-1852 Springfield Avenue between Yale and Oberlin Streets

Duration: June 3 – November 18

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