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Fort Wayne Farmers Markets

Take home a souvenir that you can actually use from Fort Wayne’s farmers markets and local companies producing their own goods. Fort Wayne is home to a variety of farmers markets and local shops that are stocked full of fresh fruits, vegetables, and various other products Visit the YLNI Barr Street Market one Saturday to shop while enjoying live music or stop by Sechler’s Pickles to learn about all the ways pickles can spice up your meals, all the while supporting local families. 

Year-Round Markets

Barr Street Market – YLNI Farmers Market

Explore the Barr Street Market – YLNI Farmers Market for the fresh produce, browse unique shopping stands, enjoy the live entertainment, and much more!


Location: 302 E. Wayne St. Corner of Wayne and Barr Street
Times: May – October, Saturdays 9 am – 1 pm


Location: 1501 E Berry St. Former Wayne Candy Factory
Times: November – April, Saturdays 9 am – 1 pm

Cedar Creek Produce

Cedar Creek Produce is a family-run business that offers farm fresh produce year-round to our local community. From homegrown chickens and hogs, syrup, honey, pumpkins, gourds and squash, Cedar Creek Produce has a variety of goods! Pick your own blueberries, strawberries and raspberries, and find seasonal produce all year long.

Location: 11709 Clay St., Leo-Cedarville, Indiana
Times: Vary throughout the year. (260) 627-5239

Ft. Wayne’s Farmers Market

Enjoy a variety of producer only vendors at this market! From farm and garden, homemade food, natural products, and crafters there is a good mix of food and product for your shopping needs!


Location: McCulloch Park, 1795 Broadway
Times: May – September, Saturdays 9 am – 1 pm;


Location: Parkview Field Event Center, Douglas Ave and Webster Streets.
Times: October – April, Saturdays 9 am – 1 pm

Hilger Family Farm

Come and enjoy the country air and the old timber barn. Fall activities: hayride and animal rides on the weekend, hand dipped caramel apples, popcorn, hot or cold cider, barn swings and playground made of straw, pumpkin patch, Indian corn and painted pumpkin for fall decoration

Location: 5534 Butt Road
Times: 10 am - 6 pm, Closed Sundays.
Phone: (260) 625-3467

Schmucker’s Produce Market

At this year-round market, you will find some of the freshest produce and some great homemade Amish foods! In the fall, you can pick out a pumpkin and take home a mum.

Location: 12815 Doty Rd, New Haven, IN 46774
Times: Monday through Friday, 9 am - 5 pm; Saturday, 9 am - 4 pm
Phone: (260) 657-5248

Sechler's Pickles

Discover pickles of every shape and size, in more flavors than you can imagine. Just north of Allen County in Saint Joe, this factory store has pickles for even the most sour critics.

Location: 5686 State Road 1, Saint Joe, IN 46785
Times: Monday through Friday, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Phone: (260) 337-5461

Spring, Summer, and Fall Markets

East Allen Country Market

Local produce and vendors weekly.

Location: 5808 Meijer Drive
Times: 11 am - 4pm Fridays. Closes September 30, 2022
Phone: (260) 442-5251

Hardy’s Farm Market

Fall Specials: pumpkin, corn, gourds, straw, apples, pick your own pumpkin yard and animals every day, kids activities & games on weekends (coffee and donuts on the weekends as well).

Location: 4525 Knoll Road
Times: 10 am - 6 pm, Closed Sundays. Fall Market Closes October 31
Phone: (260) 747-4644

Historic West Main Street Farmer’s Market

For a mix of art, produce, and goods, this market provides it all. From certified organic produce, locally grown produce, beef, eggs, flowers, and much more. You could stock up for the whole week! You can also enjoy music and hot dog vendors every week.

Location: 1936 West Main Street
Times: Fridays, May – October, 3 – 7 pm
Phone: (260) 515-9700

Johnnie Mae Farm Stand

A variety of fresh produce grown on-site will be available for local residents. Selection varies. Possible crops include collard and mustard greens, oregano, thyme, radishes, tomatoes, sweet corn, zucchini, green beans, peppers, broccoli, cabbage, brussels sprouts, and watermelon.

The farm is a partnership of the City of Fort Wayne Office of Housing & Neighborhood Services, the Purdue Allen County Extension office, Vincent Village, Community Harvest Food Bank, the Renaissance Pointe YMCA, and the Renaissance Pointe Neighborhood Association.

Location: 2518 Winter Street
Times: Fridays, July through October, 2 – 6 pm

Rose Avenue Education Farm

Produce locally grown by Fort Wayne's refugee community. The market vendors will also be selling at the YLNI Indoor Farmers Market. 

Location: The League, 5821 S Anthony Blvd.
Times: Sundays in October

Salomon Farmers Market

Eat fresh goods produced within a 75-mile radius of the Salomon Farm Park at the Salomon Farmers Market. At this market, you’ll find fresh fruits and vegetables, herbs, baked goods, honey, handmade crafts, children’s activities, and more.

Location: The Old Barn at Salomon Farm Park, 817 West DuPont Rd
Times: June 1 – September 7, Wednesdays, 4 – 7 pm
Phone: (260) 427-6790

New Haven's Music, Market & Munchies

Enjoy local foods, music, and handmade arts and crafts in this seasonal open air market in New Haven. 

Location: Schnelker Park, 956 Park Ave, New Haven, 46774
Times: July 6 - 27, Wednesdays, 5 – 8 pm
Phone: (260) 427-6008

South Side Farmers Market

Enjoy some high-quality, locally grown fruits and vegetables at one of the oldest and continually operated farmers market in Fort Wayne. With around 100 stands, there will be a wide variety of in-season produce and other hand-crafted items.

Location: 3300 Warsaw Street
Times: Easter – mid-December, Saturdays, 7 am – 1 pm
Phone: (260) 244-3288

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