Every summer in Colorado Springs is full of delicious Farmer’s Markets that highlight the local produce and products that our region produces. And some of you might not be aware of everything that’s going with the Farmer’s Markets in the region! So we thought it was our duty to help you out with navigating a list of Farmer’s Markets in the area.
Colorado Springs Farmers Markets – Eastern COS, Northern COS, and Monument
Colorado Springs Farmer’s Markets have three different Farmer’s Markets in Eastern Colorado Springs (in Banning Lewis Ranch), Northern Colorado Springs (one on Briargate and one on Cordera), Monument on several different days and times throughout the week. They believe in supporting local farms and businesses, and they also have entertainment at each market. Check out their website for more times and information.
Colorado Farm & Art Market – Downtown COS and Northern COS
The Colorado Farm & Art Market has two different times/locations that happen every week—one at the downtown Colorado Springs Pioneer Museum and one at The Margarita at Pine Creek (around the Woodmen area west of I-25). Famers, artisans, and local food vendors all converge for a unique experience, so be sure to visit these fine locations.
Pike’s Peak Farmer’s Markets – Southeastern COS, Old Colorado City
Pike’s Peak Farmer’s Markets has two different markets going on in southeast Colorado Springs (think Colorado Springs Airport) and Old Colorado City. They’re all about offering freshness and flavor from high quality local partners, so if you’re in these areas, check out their times and locations!
These are just a few of the man, many Farmer’s Markets going on during the area. For a really nice day-to-day listing of Farmer’s Markets, see this nice round-up by VistCOS. We hope you can find one or several that you really love and can connect with the local farmers and businesses who make Colorado Springs and the entire Pike’s Peak Region such a special place!