Fresh Look at 6 Colorado Farmers’ Markets

Colorado's farmers' markets bring the freshest and best of the state's harvests, set among beautiful scenery and festive atmospheres.

By: Staff Writer
Updated: March 13, 2024

1. Boulder Farmers Market

The readers of USA Today and 10Best recently named the Boulder Farmers Market the “Best Farmers’ Market in the U.S.” Grab some fresh goodies and take a seat next to the babbling Boulder Creek or on the shady lawn and enjoy.

2. Greeley Farmers’ Market

Gleaming produce, honey, baked goods and roasted chiles sell alongside local crafts at the Greeley Farmers' Market. Chefs give demos monthly, the Colorado State University Master Gardeners are on hand to answer gardening questions and kids join interactive programs on second Saturdays.

3. Larimer County Farmers’ Market

All products at the Larimer County Farmers' Market in Fort Collins market are grown, produced or made by the local vendors themselves. Pick up authentic Polish dumplings from Baba and Pop’s Handmade Pierogi or all-natural moustache wax from Colorado Beard Co.

4. Vail Farmers’ Market & Art Show

The sprawling Vail Farmers' Market has more than 135 tents and a pleasing county-fair flair. Vendors include Alpenrose, offering delicious Belgian-style pastries and desserts.

5. The Farmers Market at Highlands Square

Live music, mimosas and bloody marys enliven this market in Denver's hip Highlands Square, where plants, pasta and artisan olive oil are just a few of the items on sale.

6. El Pueblo Farmers Market

Southeastern Colorado’s high elevations, along with hot summer days and cool evenings, facilitate a flawless environment for meaty, zesty Pueblo chiles to thrive. Pick up a batch or two to roast at the El Pueblo Farmers Market, along with other super-fresh goods.

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