Farmers Markets in Chandler
Perfect for a sunny Saturday stroll, the farmers market are a favorite for visitors and locals alike. The festive, open-air marketplaces feature local products including locally grown, seasonal produce, grass-fed meats, local eggs, cheeses and butters, fresh baked breads, Arizona honey, jellies and salsas, assorted specialty foods and artisan crafts.
Please note, Chandler Farmers Markets are taking extra safety precautions, following CDC guidelines to ensure a safe experience for customers and market for vendors and customers alike.
Downtown Chandler Farmers Market
Located in Downtown Chandler is a year-round market operated by the Downtown Chandler Community Partnership, a non-profit organization that programs activities and marketing for the downtown district. The year-round, farmers market offers locally grown and made products from 30-50 vendors. Downtown Chandler parking is free, easily accessible and the market takes place in Dr. A.J. Chandler Park-West on Saturdays, with seasonal hours:
October – May
Saturdays from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
June – September
Saturdays from 7 a.m. – 10: 30 a.m.
Extend your outing and take part in a donation-based Yoga in the Park class taught by Yoga's Arc. Perfect for those new to yoga or those with experience, the 45-minute session is a great addition to your day. Classes are held in the Dr. A.J. Chandler Park West grassy area, next to the Crust Restaurant.
Yoga in the Park is held Saturdays at 10:00 a.m. in conjunction with the Downtown Chandler Farmers Market.
October - November
March - May
Make the most of the great weather and complete your day with a stroll amongst the Chandler murals and a meal in the park with Downtown Chandler's Dine-in-the-Park option available by purchasing your meal to-go for an easy, picnic.
Located in south Chandler, Greenhouse Gardens is a family-run, urban farm offering a seasonal selection of farm-fresh food ever Saturday morning. Specializing in organic, seasonal vegetables, fruit and herbs the farm operates with no pesticides and is chemical-free. Visitors will enjoy the intimate setting of the working farm, chatting with the farmers themselves, and the occasional tour.
In addition to the beautifully presented produce, visitors will find a handful of vendors ranging from fresh-baked breads, local Arizona honey, small-batch roasted coffee, farm fresh eggs, and arts and craft. Follow this market on Instagram for seasonal updates and to fill your feed with beautiful, farm-fresh pics that celebrate urban farming in Arizona.