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Farmers' Markets in Tucson

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Garden-fresh food lovers can find everything from apples to zucchini at farmers' markets in Tucson and Southern Arizona. Throughout the year, u-pick farms and open-air farmers' markets sell seasonal vegetables, fruits, nuts, and honey as well as locally produced meats, eggs, salsas, cheeses, jellies, jams, baked goods, teas and coffees, and handmade soaps and candles. In this bountiful region, specialty items range from desert foods such as prickly pear cactus-fruit syrup and Native American heirloom beans to Mexican-style pastries.

A few miles south of Tucson, in rural towns like Willcox, Sonoita, and Amado, locavores can pick their own produce at family farms or purchase just-picked fruits and veggies from roadside stands. Some farms host special events, such as the Peach Mania Festival, the Apple Harvest Celebration, and the Fall Pumpkin Festival at Apple Annie's, and the Garlic, Onion & Music Festival at Agua Linda Farm.

Not certain which to visit? Explore the region's offerings via the Arizona Experience interactive U Pick Farm map. Some businesses are open seasonally and hours may vary. Information below is valid as of May 2015. If you are a farm owner or farmer market representative and would like to update your information, please contact us.

Farmers' Markets

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Heirloom Farmers Markets

Rincon Mountains - Eastside

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St. Philip's Plaza Farmers' Market

Rincon Mountains - Eastside

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Santa Cruz River Farmers' Market

Sentinel Peak District

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Heirloom Farmers Market at Steam Pump Ranch

Rincon Mountains - Eastside

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Farmers' Markets By Area

 

TUCSON

Community Food Bank Farmers' Markets 
Main Office
Tuesdays 8 am - noon
3003 S. Country Club (Between 36th St & Ajo) (map
520-622-0525

Santa Cruz River Farmers' Market
Thursdays 4 pm - 7 pm
Winter Hours (October - April) 3 pm - 6 pm
100 S. Avenida del Convento (map)

El Pueblo Farmers' Market
Southwest corner of Irvington Road and S. Sixth Avenue (map
520-882-3133

Food in Root Farmers's Markets 
3rd Tuesday Monthly 10 am - 2 pm Northwest Farmers Market Medical Center (lot north of visitor parking garage) 
Fridays 10 am - 2 pm UAMC Farmers Market
2nd & 4th Tuesdays Montly 10 am - 2 pm St. Joseph's Farmers Market 
Saturdays 8 am - 12 noon St. Philips Plaza Artisans' and Farmers' Market
Sundays 8 am - 12 noon St. Philip Plaza Farmers' Market

Heirloom Farmers' Markets 
Fridays 8 am - 12 pm at Trail Dust Town (Home of Pinnacle Peak) 
Saturdays 8 am - 12 pm at Steam Pump Ranch in Oro Valley 
Sundays 8 am - 12 pm at Rillito Park Food Pavilion 
520-882-2157

Plaza Palomino Saturday Market  
Winter Hours 10 am - 2 pm
Summer Hours 9 am - 1 pm
2900 N. Swan Road (map)

Rincon Valley Farmers' Market  
Saturdays 8 am - 1 pm
12500 E. Old Spanish Trail (map
520-591-2276

 

GREEN VALLEY

Green Valley Village Farmers' Market  
Wednesdays 10 am - 2 pm
Hours vary seasonally, please call ahead
101 S. La Cañada Dr., Green Valley (map)
520-490-3315

 

MARANA

Marana Farm Stand  
Mondays 3 pm - 6 pm
12375 N. Heritage Park Drive (map
520-622-0525

 

CATALINA

Catalina Farmers' Market Artworks & More  
Fridays
Summer Hours 8 am - noon
Winter Hours 9 am - 1 pm
16733 N Oracle Road (77 North Marketplace bldg next to Camp Bow Wow) (map

Our Garden Produce  
Hours vary seasonally, please check website
16500 N. Stallion Road, Catalina, AZ (map)

 

COCHISE COUNTY

Bisbee Farmers' Market  
Saturdays 9 am - 1 pm
Vista Park, Bisbee (map
520-236-8409

Douglas Mercado Farmers' Market  
Sundays 10 am - 2 pm
10th Street and E Avenue (Raul Castro Park), Douglas, AZ (map
520-236-4675

Elfrida Farmers' Market 
Hours vary seasonally, please call ahead
10566 Hwy 191, Elfrida, AZ (map)

Sierra Vista Farmers' Market  
Thursdays 10 am - 2 pm
3105 E Fry Blvd (Veterans' Memorial Park), Sierra Vista, AZ (map
520-678-2638

St. David Farmers' Market  
Hours vary seasonally, please call ahead
70 E. Patton Street, Saint David, AZ (map
520-586-7665

 

SANTA CRUZ COUNTY

Sonoita Farmers' Market  
Sundays 11 am - 2 pm
Southwest Corner of Highway 82 and Highway 83, Sonoita, AZ (map

 

GRAHAM COUNTY

Safford Farmers' Market 
Hours vary seasonally, please call ahead
Highway 70 and 11th Avenue (Firth Park), Safford, AZ (map
520-428-6872

 


 

U-Pick Farms in Southern Arizona

Seasonal. Call for availability.

Apple Annie's Orchard 
281 W. Hardy Road, Willcox, AZ (map
520-384-2084

Apple Annie's Produce & Pumpkins  
6405 W. Williams Road, Willcox, AZ (map)
520-384-4685

Briggs and Eggers Orchard 
27197 S. Brookerson Road, Willcox, AZ (map)
520-384-2539

Brown's Orchard  
5774 N. Atwood Drive, Willcox, AZ (map)
520-384-3671

Howard's Orchard  
4201 E. Pinal Street, Catalina, AZ (map)
Cash only
520-825-9413

Tucson Village Farm  
4210 N. Campbell Avenue, Tucson, AZ (map)
520-626-5161, ext 110

Valley Farms Ltd. 
26598 S Brookerson Road, Willcox, AZ (map)
520-384-2861

Visser Family Farms  
6499 N. Fort Grant Rd., Willcox, AZ (map)
520-249-7397

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