Get farm fresh food in your neighborhood!

FarmersMarketCharleston - City of Charleston Farmer's Market
Opens Saturday, April 9
Local produce, plants, herbs and cut flowers. Food vendors, live entertainment, arts and crafts and more. 
Marion Square Downtown  

John's Island/Wadmalaw - Stono Market & Ambrose Farms
Open year-round
Fresh fruits and veggies, a country garden and gift shop and the Tomato Shed Cafe for amazing lunches.   You'll also find shrimp fresh off the boat and Ambrose Farms is a you-pick farm on Wadmalaw.

Kiawah - Summer Farmer's Market at Freshfields
Opens June
Lowcountry farmers, artisans and food vendors with live entertainment. Open Mondays from 4 - 8 pm.  
Freshfields Village

Mixson Farmers Market
Opens April 9 Mixson Farmers Market partners with GrowFood Carolina to highlight seasonal ingredients and provide a one-stop shop for fresh produce grown by SC farmers along with local cheeses, fresh breads, artisanal grains, honey, jams, jellies and other goodies. Runs the second Saturdays of each month from 10 am - 2 pm April through July.
Mixson Farmers Market, 4338 McCarthy St, North Charleston

Mount Pleasant - Mount Pleasant Farmers Market
Opens April 5
Fresh, locally grown produce, preserves, dips, breads, pies and much more. Food vendors, live music and educational resources on hand. Tuesdays from 3:30 - 7 pm, April 5 - September 27. 
Farmers Market Pavilion on Moultrie Middle School grounds

North Charleston - North Charleston Farmers Market
Opens May 5 
Fresh, locally grown produce, herbs, jellies, jams and other handcrafted delicacies every Thursday, May 5 - October 27. 
Park Circle's Felix C. Davis Community Center

Summerville - Summerville Farmer's Market
Opens April 9
Fresh local produce, baked goods, jellies, jams and more. Open Saturdays from 8 am - 1 pm.
First Citizens Bank, Next to Town Hall

Sunday Brunch Farmer's Market
Open 11 am - 3 pm every Sunda. Celebrate community and stock up for the week with tons of quality local goods!

For more information on what is growing when and a Farm Fresh Food Guide, visit Lowcountry Local First.