Visit These Colorado Winter Farmers Market

Winter is a season for winding down and buttoning up, but while you prepare for longer nights and cozy dinners, keep in mind the fresh food available at farmers markets to spice up your holiday recipes. Whether you’re looking to get into the community spirit, or to keep warm on a day-trip to search for that special basket of beautiful breads, Colorado farmers markets have got you covered. 

Fort Collins Winter Farmers Market

Winter Schedule

Saturdays, 10AM-2PM

  • November: 5,19
  • December: 3,10, 17
  • January: 14, 28
  • February: 11, 25
  • March: 11, 25
  • April: 8

Foothills Mall
215 E. Foothills Parkway
Fort Collins, CO (directions)

Located at the Foothills Mall on select Saturdays, this loaded market is now in its 16th season with plenty to offer, even in the winter. The Fort Collins Winter Market hosts over 90 local food producers, so you will find all you are looking for and more on your visit. Handmade treats combining your favorite flavors will help fill out your lunchbox, while ingredients for this weekend’s pies can be picked up under one roof. The entire community is welcome not only to browse, mingle, and buy their wares, but also to apply as vendors and sell their crops, meats, breads and sweets. If you’re looking for last-minute holiday gifts, there is a bounty of local handcrafted artistry, made with care by your neighbors! 

Mile High Flea Market (Denver)

Year-Round Hours

  • November: 5,19
  • December: 3,10, 17
  • January: 14, 28
  • February: 11, 25
  • March: 11, 25
  • April: 8

“Our Produce Place” is located on G St. & H St. between 3rd, 4th, and 5th Avenue at the Mile High Flea Market (directions)

The Mile High Flea Market is an outdoor farmers market just outside of Denver that is open year-round, operating Friday-Sunday. At this market, you can find some of the best produce in the state, from Rocky Ford melons to Olathe sweet corn to Palisade peaches. Buy your seasonal produce individually or “by the bowl.” In addition to food and healthy produce, this market also features games and rides for the whole family, as well shops with vintage clothes, instruments, games, and furniture.

Boulder County Winter Farmers Market

Winter Schedule

December 3 & 4, 2022

Boulder County Fairgrounds
9595 Nelson Road
Longmont, CO 80501 (directions)

In December, you’ll want to bring extra bags to stock up at the Boulder County Winter Farmers Market, which hosts over 100 local vendors. Find the freshest produce, meats, eggs, and preserves. For toasty dinners, find the right amount of spice in the selection of hot sauces. Need a wine to spark up a special sauce recipe? How about kicking off Christmas morning with an aromatic coffee roast? Local artists are also here to show off photography, homemade candles, ornaments, and more for your gift-giving needs.

Greeley’s Farmers Market

Winter Schedule

November through Mid-May
1st & 3rd Saturdays

Zoe’s Cafe & Events
715 10th Street
Greeley, CO 80631 (directions)

The Greeley Winter Farmer’s Market is held on the first and third Saturday of every month. Come on out to this lively, festival-like market featuring live music and family-friendly entertainment. Vendors here offer in-season produce and foods, such as root crops, winter squash, and greenhouse-grown produce. There is plenty of coffee, honey, and spices to jazz up your dessert table. The selection is hearty, and the company is happy. Live entertainment often graces the setting, so you’re primed to have a good time with some good people. 

The Winter Market at Four Seasons (Dolores)

Winter Schedule

November 4th-March

Four Seasons Greenhouse & Nursery
26650 Road P
Dolores, CO 81323 (directions)

Starting in November and continuing through mid-March, find yourselves warm and cozy while searching to stock your refrigerator at the indoor Winter Market at Four Seasons. The market features an array of delicious products from local vendors, including fresh fruits, vegetables, honey, baked goods, eggs, meats, and soups. Bite into a sandwich while speaking with vendors and learning more about Montezuma County. Sip your coffee and organize your bags while live music plays and feel content about having supported your local farmers of Southwest Colorado. 

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