As the Spring harvest comes in, so do the open-air markets. We’ve put together a list of the best Farmer’s Markets across SC. Check it out below!
South Carolina State Farmers Market
State-of-the-art marketplace provides South Carolina’s agricultural community a one-of-a-kind showcase, while offering area residents an attractive combination of shopping, dining and entertainment. Shop year round for fresh produce, specialty products, and artisan items.
Open from Monday – Saturday, 6am – 9pm, Sundays from 12pm – 6pm
3483 Charleston Highway in West Columbia
Blythewood Farmers Market
Come and buy your groceries, browse the one-of-a-kind hand-made crafts, listen to live music, and enjoy a meal or treat. There is ample parking, clean restrooms, and a first-rate playground nearby. Bring your family, meet your neighbors, and buy good food!
Wednesdays from 4pm – 7pm, May through October
171 Langford Road
Cayce Farmer’s Market
Carries a full line of FRESH fruits and vegetables as well as many other specialty, locally made honeys , jellies and jams, pickled vegetables, fudge and old-fashioned candy. Bar-b-Que sauces, salad dressings, marinades, batters and seasonings. They have a variety of nuts including peanuts and pecans. They also sell HOT BOILED PEANUTS made in house each day! Grab some today with a refreshing glass bottled soda for a snack today! Open Monday – Friday from 9am – 7 pm, Saturdays from 8am – 7pm, and on Sundays from 10am – 6pm. Closed January – March
2329 Charleston Hwy in Cayce
Chapin Downtown Farmers Market
Each month there are exciting themes and free demonstrations designed to promote healthy eating and physical activity. Food vendors, live music, activities for kids and great SC grown produce and agriculture products.
Every 1st Saturday from 9:30am – 1pm, May through October
100 Clark Street
Clemson Sandhill Farmers Market
Items available include fresh local produce, meat, fish, eggs, butter, milk, cheese, honey, plants, flowers, shrubs, and baked goods. Many products are organic. An “Ask a Master Gardener Booth” is available for anyone with questions on lawn and garden problems. The market often features music and healthy lifestyle demonstrations in addition to special theme market days. Tuesdays, 2pm – 6pm,
May 7 -November 26
900 Clemson Rd, across from the Village at Sandhill
Forest Acres Farmers Market
Blooms with fresh, local produce, flower stands, food carts, artisans, and shoppers of all ages and backgrounds.
Wednesdays 1pm – 6pm from April – November 21
Covered tent at Richland Mall rain or shine.
Grow Newberry Farmers Market
Look for their 100% Newberry Grown logo at the market. Vendors with this stamp provide products that are 100% Newberry raised, grown, or created!
Handmade breads and baked goods, handmade soaps, jewelry and more. Open Saturdays in June and July from 9-11:30am
Memorial Park in Downtown Newberry
Irmo Farmers Market
The freshest and finest products that local farmers, artisans, musicians, students, artists and other craftsman have to offer.
Tuesdays from 5pm – 8pm, April 30 through September
Irmo High School
Kershaw County Farmers Market
Shop fresh, shop local from a large variety of local farms, bakers, artisans, food trucks and more. Pasture raised, humanely raised meats, farm fresh fruits and vegetables, butter, eggs, meals to go, flowers and plants, raw honey, kettle corn, handmade soaps, bakery goods and so much more! Saturdays from 8am – 12pm, April 7 through November 23
906 Broad Street in Camden
Lake Carolina Farmers Market
Fresh, seasonal produce and plants, artisan food and crafts, and much more in a relaxed and fun atmosphere! Live music, great events, and a lot of fun for adults and kids of all ages.
Thursdays from 3pm – 7pm
In the Town Center of Lake Carolina (Opened April 25)
Soda City Market
Inspired by traditional European street markets.
Find everything you need to nourish your brain, body, and belly – over 400 vendors and foods and beverages represented by 12+ nationalities. Saturdays from 9am – 1pm
Year-round on Main Street in Downtown Columbia
The Market at Icehouse
A farmer/grower and local artisan market that uses a community-friendly atmosphere to promote, support and encourage local production, while educating citizens on the benefits of eating local, fresh produce and supporting local artists and the Certified SC program.
(Previously Town of Lexington Farmer’s Market)
Saturdays from 9am – 12pm, May 18 through Sept 28
Icehouse Amphitheater, 107 West Main Street