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Farmers Markets - Great Smoky Mountains National Park

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Fall Produce in Wears Valley
Kettle Corn sold at Farmers Market

Tennessee Farmers Markets:

Gatlinburg Farmers Market
849 Glades Road

The market is held in the Great Smoky Arts and Craft Community at the Covered Bridge, 849 Glades Rd, Gatlinburg, mid-May to mid-October.
www.gatlinburgfarmersmarket.com

Harvest Moon Pumpkin Patch & General Store
2881 Wears Valley Road, Sevierville TN
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A wide variety of fresh produce, world famous kettle corn and boiled peanuts made fresh throughout the day, homemade jams and jellies, local honey. Craft items. Hay rides, bounce houses.

Open: Year 'round
Hours: Daily, 9am-8pm


Main Street Dandridge Farmers Market
Corner of Meeting and Gay Streets near the new stoplight (Hwy 92 and US 25/70 - one block north of the Jefferson County Courthouse)

Saturdays from 8 AM - Noon

Fresh fruits, vegetables, eggs, honey and many other farm products.
www.mainstreetdandridge.com




Western North Carolina Farmers Markets:

Maggie Valley Farmers Tailgate Market
2701 Soco Road
Maggie Valley, NC 28751
(828) 926-1686

The market offers an assortment of fruits, local specialties, crafts, organic food and vegetables.
Open on Fridays, June-October.

WNC Farmers Market
US 191 just off I-40, Exit 47

Fresh produce, plants, flowers, herbs and crafts.
Market is open year ‘round, 7 days a week.

Haywood's Historic Farmers Market
250 Pigeon Street, 276 South
Waynesville, NC 28786
(828) 550-4554
www.waynesvillefarmersmarket.com

Beautiful Day Farmers and Artists Market
Corner of Main Street
Bryson City, NC 28713
(828) 321-9810

Afghans, apples, art, beans, beets, berries, birdhouses, bluegrass, cabbages, carrots, cheese, collards, corn, crafts, cucumbers, eggs, garlic, ginseng, gourds, herbs, honey, jams, jellies, jewelry, kale, lettuces, mountain music, notecards, okra, onions, paper, peas, peppers, photography, postcards, potatoes, pottery, prints, pumpkins, quilts, radishes, rhubarb, soap, sorrel, spinach, squashes, tomatoes, trout, watermelons, zucchini.

Franklin Farmers Tailgate Market
200 Block Palmer Street
Franklin, NC
(828) 369-3182

Saturdays, 8-12, seasonally.

Asheville City Market
161 South Charlotte Street
Asheville, NC 28801
April - December

Biltmore Park Town Square
2 Town Square Boulevard
Asheville, NC
April - October

Find the freshest, best-tasting food around + local artisan products in two locations for your convenience: downtown and South Asheville. EBT, credit, and debit cards are accepted. Also enjoy live music, cooking demonstrations and food tastings from local chefs, Growing Minds @ Market activities, and more.

 

 





 
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