: Greg Robeson

Find a Farmers Market in Oregon

June 25, 2020 (Updated July 28, 2022)

Strolling past booths overflowing with fresh produce and buying local products directly from growers and makers is a quintessential Oregon activity. Oregon farmers are ready to greet you with the fruits — and vegetables — of their labor at one of the many farmers markets around the state. The Oregon Farmers Markets Association has a list of markets, plus an easy-to-use map. Below we’ve highlighted a few locations in each of Oregon’s seven regions.

Baskets of a variety of sized watermelons and a smaller basket of cantaloupes and tomatoes.
In addition to fresh produce, you'll find farm-fresh eggs, high-quality cuts of meat and locally-sourced honey at farmer markets across Central and Eastern Oregon. (Photo credit: Greg Robeson)

Portland Region

There are more than 40 farmers markets in and around Portland, so needless to say, you’ll have no problem finding fresh-from-the-farm ingredients. The largest downtown market (Saturday) occurs in the South Park blocks on the Portland State University campus. The city’s four other markets take place Sundays and Wednesdays. Many of the suburban markets are popular too: Beaverton (Saturday), Forest Grove (Wednesday), Hillsboro (Saturday and Sunday), Lake Oswego (Saturday), Milwaukie (Sunday) and Tigard (Sunday).

The Come Thru Market (every first and third Monday) is a BIPOC-centered outdoor market created as an incubator for local BIPOC-owned businesses and farms. Check out more than two dozen vendors, offering everything from garden starts to art, skincare, baked goods, Brazilian food and more. All are welcome to shop and show their support. It happens at The Redd on Salmon Street in Southeast Portland.

A close up shot of fresh fruits and veggies in containers, including strawberries, blueberries, green beans and dill.
Farmer markets throughout the Mt. Hood and Columbia Gorge regions are full of fruit thanks to the moderate climate. (Photo credit: Joni Kabana)

Mt. Hood and the Columbia Gorge

If it’s a fruit that grows on a tree in a moderate climate, it likely thrives in the Columbia River Gorge and near Mt. Hood. Check out the weekly farmers markets in Estacada (Saturday), Hood River (Saturday), Mt. Hood (Friday) and The Dalles (Saturday). And don’t forget about the East Gorge Food Trail and the famed Hood River Fruit Loop that links 26 produce stands, farm stores and wineries along an easy-to-follow route. Download a map here.

Willamette Valley

You could visit a different farmers market in the fruitful Willamette Valley nearly every day of the week, including markets in Eugene (Saturday), Salem (Monday), Sweet Home (Tuesday), Molalla (Thursday) and Corvallis (Wednesday and Saturday). In particular, they’re bustling during the bountiful berry season. Give yourself time to explore the Mid-Willamette Valley Food Trail and the South Willamette Valley Food Trail.

A display at a stand of baskets of basil, red bell peppers and garlic.
In addition to fresh produce, you'll find farm-fresh eggs, high-quality cuts of meat and locally-sourced honey at farmer markets across Central and Eastern Oregon. (Photo credit: Greg Robeson)

Eastern Oregon

Eastern Oregon’s high desert has its share of summer bounty. Towns big and small host weekly farmers markets: Baker City (Thursday), Irrigon (Tuesday), Grant County (Saturday), Wallowa County (Saturday), La Grande (Tuesday and Saturday), Ontario (Saturday) and Pendleton (Friday). Along with fresh produce, you’ll find locally raised eggs and locally sourced meat and honey.

Central Oregon

Hit up one of these farmers markets while visiting Central Oregon: Bend (Wednesday), Madras (Saturday), Redmond (Thursday), Prineville (Saturday) and Sisters (Sunday). In addition to fresh-picked crops, you’ll find local ranchers selling high-quality cuts of meat.

Closeup of boxes of vine-grown tomatoes in various stages of ripeness, from green to orange to red.
At farmers markets across the state, you can find freshly picked tomatoes ready for your table. (Photo credit: Greg Robeson)

Southern Oregon

The Wild and Scenic rivers of Southern Oregon contribute to fertile farmland and abundance at local farmers markets. Find them in Ashland (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday), Canyonville (Wednesday), Cave Junction (Friday), Grants Pass (Saturday), Jacksonville (everyday), Klamath Falls (Saturday), Medford (Thursday) and Umpqua Valley (Saturday). Bonus: The Umpqua Valley Farmers Market in Roseburg is part of the Great Umpqua Food Trail.

Oregon Coast

Finding coastal farmers markets along the Oregon Coast is as easy as following one of the established food trails. Stretching from Astoria to Lincoln City, the North Coast Food Trail is peppered with weekly markets, including those in Seaside (Wednesday), Manzanita (Friday) and Neskowin (Saturday). Along the Central Coast, those in search of fresh produce and fresh seafood can head to markets in Toledo (Thursday), Yachats (Sunday) and Florence (Tuesday). The Wild Rivers Coast Food Trail along Oregon’s Southern Coast features the largest market in the region, in Coos Bay (Wednesday). There are also markets in Brookings (Wednesday and Saturday), Reedsport (Friday) and Gold Beach (Saturday). 

Wondering what’s in season throughout the summer? Check out our handy guide to Oregon’s U-pick farms breaks down the best month to find each fruit. Consider signing up for a CSA for fresh, local bounty you can pick up at a convenient location or get delivered to your door. In addition, explore the many self-guided food trails around the state.

About The

Shellie Bailey-Shah
Shellie Bailey-Shah is travel writer who has the distinction of having visited all seven continents, but she favors her home state of Oregon. She lives with her husband and sons in Portland and has logged thousands of miles behind the wheel of the family's RV.

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