Attracting visitors and locals alike, the Charleston Farmers Market is located in Marion Square, between King and Meeting Streets at the edge of Calhoun Street. Between 8am – 2pm every Saturday, you’ll find a variety of local produce, plants, herbs and beautiful fresh flowers. Also discover local art and talent over a delicious breakfast or lunch.

West Ashley Farmers Market is open Wednesdays from 3-7pm and is located in Ackerman Park, 55 Sycamore Avenue. Market goers will enjoy live entertainment and family friendly activities along with the farmers market experience.

In North Charleston, the Farmers Market is open every Thursday from May 10 to October 25, from 3 to 7pm at the Felix Davis Community Center, 4800 Park Circle. Every week local vendors offer fresh, locally grown produce, as well as herbs, jellies, jams and other delicacies. Between 5-7pm, local talent will provide live entertainment.

Get all the organic goods from Ambrose Farm at the quaint Stono Farm Market at 842 Main Road, Johns Island. Serving fresh quality foods, enjoy a delicious lunch at the Tomato Shed Cafe from 11am-2:30pm, or choose from a specialty selection of “take and bake” items for a quick, tasty dinner. Hours are Monday-Friday 9 am-6pm, and Saturday 9am-5pm.

On Tuesdays, from 3:30-7pm, join the community and enjoy a vibrant array of locally grown produce and flowers. Located on Coleman Boulevard, on the Moultrie Middle School grounds, the Mount Pleasant Farmers Market offers a treasure trove of fruits, vegetables, flowers, preserves, dips, breads, pies and other delectable treats. You’ll also find a Clemson University Master Gardener on site to help you solve your gardening problems.

Browse through a wide array of fresh local produce, meats, seafood and baked goods at the Summerville Farmers Market, held every Saturday at 8am – 1pm in the First Citizens Bank parking lot, located at 200 S. Main Street. This market offers a unique selection of handmade arts and crafts and live music from 10am-1pm.

Stock up on fresh produce, delicacies and vibrant flora at a Charleston Area Farmers Markets.