There are a number of farmers’s markets in the Ottawa & Ottawa Valley area (generally from south to north):
Vankleek Hill Farmers’ Market (Est. 1998)
VCI High School (5814 Hwy 34), Vankleek Hill
613-847-2929 (Vendors Association.)
Organic fruit and vegetables, naturally raised meat (including red deer, wild boar, lamb, beef, turkey), wood oven baked bread, home style baked goods, French pastries, honey, preserves, prepared foods: Belgian, Jamaican, Thai, Armenian and French, artisans and more! May – October: Saturday 9 am to 2 pm
Cumberland Farmers’ Market
1115 Dunning Road,
Cumberland Ontario, K4C 1A1
North Gower Farmers Market (Est. 1994)
0.3 kms west of North Gower village on Roger Stevens Dr. (Regional Road #6).
613-489-1686 (Vendors Association.)
Since 19995, vendors have loved selling their self-produced goods. Customers are keen to purchase the fresh produce, baking, crafts, artwork and other products. Old and young alike are delighted by the special event days, children’s activities, country style breakfasts and weekly raffles. May to Oct: Saturday 8:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Metcalfe Farmers’ Market (Est. 1993)
Metcalfe Agricultural Society Fairgrounds.
613-774-1752 (Vendors Association)
Come by and pick up your fresh vegetables or a special one of a kind handmade gift from one of our talented crafters or artisans featuring… Farm Fresh Baking, Meat, Cheese, Crafts, Furniture, Jewellery, Clothing, Woodcrafts and so much more. Mid May – End Oct: Saturday 8 am to 12 Noon
Kemptville Kinsmen Farmers’ Market
Riverside Park, Reuben Crescent
Kemptville, ON K0G 1J0
A producers’ market that provides vegetables, fruit and animal products that are grown, raised and processed locally. We also have local arts and crafts. New vendors welcome. June – Oct: Sundays 12 – 4 pm,
99 Beechwood Avenue
With everything from local produce to prepared foods to VQA wines, your local market will guide you through the Ottawa area’s growing season and keep you connected to your rural neighbours. Open Saturdays from 9am to 2pm starting July 4 through October 10, 2015.
Ottawa Farmers’ Market
Lansdowne Park (1015 Bank St)
Ottawa, K4P 1N6
Local producers of fruit, vegetables, baking, meat, arts and crafts are bringing their goods to Lansdowne Park. Free Parking – Present your $5 parking fee receipt to the info tent to get $5 in “Market Bucks”.
May to Nov:: Sunday 8 am to 3 pm, Jun to Oct: Thursdays 1 pm to 6 pm, Nov: Saturdays 8 am to 3 pm.
Ottawa Organic Farmers’ Market(Est. 1988)
Ecole Parsifal School, 339 Wilbrod St
Bank Street at Heron Road (behind Canadian Tire) in Ottawa.
613-256-4150 (Vendors Association.)
At the market, you will find lots of fresh locally grown organic greens like lettuces, spinach, kale, oriental greens, and chard. Incredibly fresh, and incredibly flavourful! All Year: Saturday 10 am to 2 pm
Ottawa ByWard Market
55 By Ward Market Square
613-244-4410 (The Corporation of the City of Ottawa.)
WITHIN an area roughly four blocks square, you’ll find museums, cafés, specialty food shops, boutiques, galleries, restaurants, pubs, hair & aesthetics salons and more! All Year: 7 days/week: May/Oct. – 6 am to 6 pm, Nov./Apr. – 9:30 am to 5:30 pm
Ottawa Parkdale Market
Parkdale Avenue at Wellington.
613-244-4410 (The Corporation of the City of Ottawa.)
Local producers are identified by green signs and the Savour Ottawa logo. During the holiday season, vegetables make way for beautiful wreaths and Christmas trees. in the heart of Hintonburg/Westboro. May – December 24: 7 days/week 7 am to 6 pm
Carp Farmers’ Market
Held at the Carp Agricultural Fairgrounds
3790 Carp Road, Ottawa, ON K0A 1L0
613-786-1010 (Vendors Association)
The Carp Farmers’ Market is the largest producer based Farmers’ Market in Ontario! We’re open rain or shine with free admission and free parking every Saturday. Located at the Carp Fairgrounds, join us every Saturday 8:00am – 1:00pm from May to October.
Carleton Place Farmers’ Market (Est. 1991)
7 Beckwith St (corner of Lake Ave), Carleton Place
613-283-7207 (Vendors Association)
The Carleton Place Farmers’ Market increases access to and awareness of local and seasonal food. Here we will consciously offer fresh food options that are as healthy for the people who eat them as for the ground in which they are grown. May – October Saturdays 8:30 am to 2pm and Wednesdays 6pm to 8pm
Cobden Farmers’ Market (Est. 1991)
43 Astrolabe Rd, Cobden, ON K0J 1K0
613-735-5575 Vendors Association
Over 22 vendors offering everything from local in-season farm fresh produce, maple syrup, jam & jellies, honey, flowers, shrubs, home baking, wood furniture, many different crafts, outdoor wooden furniture, soaps, farm fresh meats, hand made jewelry and paintings from local artists. May – October: Saturdays from 8:30am to 12pm
Barry’s Bay Farmers’ Market (Est. 2004)
Located at Water Tower Park, downtown Barry’s Bay
Barry’s Bay, ON K0J 1B0
613-633-0806 (*Vendors’ Association)
Local farm fruits, vegetables, honey and crafts. June to October Friday 4 to 7 p.m.
Almonte Farmers’ Market (Est. 1990 )
Just off Main Street, on Elizabeth Kelly Public Library Parking Lot (next to the beer store)
55 High St, Mississippi Mills, ON K0A 1A0
613-256-2791 (Vendors Association in close co-operation with BIA.)
Items available include in season fruits and veggies, perennials, and other locally grown items, flowers, baked good, woodworking and other hand crafted items like knitting and sewing, preserves, berries, organic meat and honey. May – October Saturday 9 am to 12 noon