Area Farmer's Markets

Just about any day is a good day to find a Farmer's Market here on the Monterey Peninsula.   Being located in the heart of the nation's salad bowl, the area abounds in fresh fruits and vegetables.   But our farmer's markets are more than just fruit and veggies.  Each market has their own flair and specialty.  So while you are visiting us at Saddle Mountain Ranch, be sure to take a moment to enjoy the fresh flavors of our neighborhood.

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Everyone's Harvest Farmers Market  70% organic

Central and Grand Avenues by the Museum of Natural History

Pacific Grove  3pm-7pm


Carmel Farmer's Market

Carmel Farmers Market (May-Oct)

9am-1pm rain or shine

3618 The Barnyard 


Old Monterey Marketplace

Alvarado Street

4pm-8pm year round

The Granddaddy of all the Farmer's Markets on the Peninsula


Carmel-By-The-Sea Farmer's Market

Downtown at Devendorf Park and Sixth Street



Monterey Peninsual College Certified Farmer's Market

School parking lot on Fremont Street side in Monterey

Open year around rain or shine


Carmel Valley Certified Farmer's Market

Community Center located at 25 Ford Road

Open year round  2pm-6pm


Del Monte Certified Farmers Market

8am-12 Noon  Rain or shine


You will also find flowers and plants here

Located in the parking lot next to Whole Foods

Del Monte Shopping Center

1410 Del Monte Ave,  Monterey

Did You Know?

...that California accounts for 88% of the 2.3 billion pounds of strawberries grown in the US, according to the California Strawberry Commission?

...that one acre can produce over 50,000 pounds of strawberries each year, making it the 5th most valuable fruit crop in the state?

...that strawberries are grown year around in the Salinas Valley?

...that the main crops of the Salinas Valley are: strawberries, lettuce, tomatoes, spinach, broccoli, cauliflower, celery and wine grapes?

..that the Salinas Valley, running 90 miles between the Gabilan and Santa Lucia mountain ranges, is known as "the salad bowl of the world"?

...that the Salinas Valley is the setting for hometown boy, John Steinbeck's novels, "East of Eden" and "Of Mice and Men"?

...that 30% of the world's lettuce is grown in the Salinas Valley?

...that there are nearly 75 wineries in Monterey county?!

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