Spartanburg is filled with friendly farmers, roadside stands, and pick-your-own produce patches. And with several Farmers’ Markets to choose from, one thing is for sure - you won’t have any trouble finding fresh local produce in Spartanburg!
The biggest farmers’ market in Spartanburg County is the Hub City Farmers’ Market which offers a Saturday Market, Wednesday afternoon market and a mobile market. Each week over 40 vendors will participate offering everything from farmed tilapia, broccoli, okra, tomatoes, eggs, watermelons, green beans, eggplant, jams and jellies, tea blends, and more. Shoppers will also be able to find a wonderful selection of local produce, meats, eggs, honey, breads, coffee, artisan creations, salsa and sauces and other local foods.
The Hub City Farmers’ Market schedule is as follows:
May 12-November 10
298 Magnolia Street, Spartanburg
June 1-September 28
Morgan Square, Downtown Spartanburg
Dates and locations available on www.hubcityfm.org
The Town of Lyman will debut their Indoor Farmers’ Market for the first time on May 30th. The market will feature local growers and a few select organic vendors and will be open May-November. The Lyman market will be open several days a week and their Saturday market will feature children’s activities and crafts. Check out their website www.lymansc.gov for complete details.
The Lyman market will be open as follows:
59 Groce Rd, Lyman
The City of Landrum will also hold a Farmers’ Market every Saturday from June 2nd until September 29th. Their market will be open each Saturday from 7-10am. The Landrum market is located just south of the Landrum Depot on North Trade Avenue. Vendors will be selling local produce and baked goods.
Be sure to visit one of our local Farmers’ Markets while you are in Spartanburg and enjoy fresh local produce from our farms to your table. The saying is true-good stuff truly does grow here in Spartanburg!