There’s nothing like the sight of fresh, spring produce! A rainbow of colors, textures, and smells, farmers markets let you sample your way around and take in the bounty of the Capital-Saratoga Region. Explore every corner of the region by stopping in at one or all of the area’s finest markets this spring or summer, you won’t be sorry! See our listings below for all the necessary details and what to look for.  

 

Capital-Saratoga Region Farmer’s Markets


Empire State Plaza Farmers Market |
Info
Wednesdays & Fridays | 10am – 2pm
North end of Empire State Plaza in front of the Capitol
Features: Fresh produce, baked goods, artisan cheeses, yogurt, beer, spirits & more

Downtown Albany Farmers Market | Info
Thursdays | 11am – 2pm
SUNY Plaza at State Street and Broadway
Features: Handmade foods, gifts and plenty of fruits and veggies

Northville Farmers Market | Info
Fridays | 2pm – 5pm | Season starts in late May
Behind Timeless Tavern at Northville Waterfront Park on Main Street
Features: Pristine local produce and value-added goods 

Troy Waterfront Farmers Market | Info
Saturdays | 9am – 2pm
Monument Square, River Street
Features: Stunning produce alongside live music, family activities and more

Saratoga Farmers Market | Info
Wednesdays | 3pm- 6pm
Saturdays | 9am – 1pm
Outdoors at High Rock Park Pavilions
Features: Buy directly from farmers and purveyors of fine local foods 

Spa City Farmers Market | Info
Sundays | 10am – 3pm
Front South lawn of the Lincoln Baths
Features: Fantastic produce and goods with a focus on eating and living healthy

 

The Capital-Saratoga Region Agritourism

With a plethora of farms and farmer’s markets, there’s no shying away from the regions link to agritourism. With sugarhouses dedicated to maple syrup, wineries, cider mills, sheep farms, poultry farms and farms growing berries, fresh flowers, sweet corn, there’s so much to see, pick and taste. Start planning your getaway to the Capital-Saratoga Region today and let us help!