Photos by Pattie Garrett
From May to October, the farmers’ market is held at High Rock Park in downtown Saratoga Springs on Saturdays, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and Wednesdays, from 3 to 6 p.m.
Outdoor markets host up to 80 vendors every Saturday and are held rain or shine under three beautiful pavilions that offer protection from the sun and weather.
Marketgoers enjoy walking and biking along Saratoga’s paved Greenbelt Trail to the farmers' market, and the City Center’s parking garage offers ample parking options during the busy summer months.
The outdoor markets at High Rock Park offer an unparalleled assortment of fruits, vegetables, herbs, artisan cheese, jams, honey and maple products, artisan goods (clothing, pottery, jewelry), baked goods, meat, poultry, eggs, and dairy products (milk and yogurt), flowers, soap and body products, and a variety of ready-to-eat foods, so you can enjoy a variety of meal options and even grab-and-go snacks while you shop!
The Saratoga Farmers’ Market is committed to supporting local businesses, meaning that all products sold at the market must be produced locally within 50 miles of Saratoga Springs. When you shop at the farmers’ market, you buy unique and quality products that support local communities and the economy. Local businesses help Saratoga Springs thrive and inspire others to develop their unique businesses. The personality and character reflected in our shopping districts are because of these small businesses. The same is true for the Saratoga Farmers’ Market.
There’s more to the Saratoga Farmers’ Market experience than grocery shopping. This lively market is also perfect for meeting friends, connecting with your community, and enjoying entertainment and family-friendly events. From chef demonstrations to live music, there’s always something fun happening at the market. Stop by and check it out!
For more information, find us online at saratogafarmersmarket.org, where you can sign up for our weekly newsletter, and follow us on Facebook and Instagram @SaratogaFarmersMarket. Plus, check out Saratoga TODAY’s food section each week for vendor features, food stories, and recipes from the farmers’ market.