Warmer weather brings with it farmers markets galore here in Newport & Bristol Counties, perfect for getting your hands on an ample supply of fresh & local fruits, veggies, meats, herbs and dare we say, some sweet baked goods; all grown and crafted right here in Rhode Island.

 

Take your pick.

 

AQUIDNECK GROWERS' MARKET

Reopening: Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Peruse the freshest of local ingredients at Aquidneck Growers' Farmers Market with offerings of farm-raised eggs, coffee beans, meat products, herbs, sweet and savory bakery products, an assortment of seafood options and fresh-cut flowers and plants from 25+ vendors. Details.

 
WHERE TO FIND IT
  • Saturdays, 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM: Newport Vineyards, 909 E. Main Road, Middletown
  • Wednesdays, 2:00 - 6:00 PM: Memorial Blvd. near Bellevue Avenue, Newport
 
HOW TO PAY

The market accepts cash or allows you to use your debit or credit card to purchase $5 market tokens, from which you will receive change in dollars from vendors once making a purchase.

 

 

 

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BARRINGTON FARMERS MARKET

Reopening: Wednesday, May 3, 2017

The Barrington Farmers Market is held yearly in Haines Memorial State Park. Featured vendors including Mello's Farm Stand, Green Leaf Farm, Crooked Paw Canine Delicacies and many more. Peruse locally grown and crafted goodies including fruit, vegetables, herbs, honey, eggs, flowers, jams & jellies and baked goods. You'll also find a wide selection of specialty goods crafted locally, from beeswax and candles to lip balm, lotions and soaps. Held May - October. 

 
WHERE TO FIND IT

Wednesdays, 2:00 - 6:00 PM: Haines Memorial State Park, Haines Park Road, Barrington

 
HOW TO PAY

The market accepts cash, credit, SNAP, WIC and Fresh Bucks (metal coins in denominations of $5).

 

 

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JAMESTOWN FARMERS MARKET

Reopening: Monday, June 19, 2017

Jamestown Farmers Market is held at the Fort Getty Pavilion and offers local produce, herbs, meats, flowers crafts and artwork, and more from a variety of vendors. Held June - September. Details.

 
WHERE TO FIND IT

Mondays, 4:00 - 7:00 PM: 913 Fort Getty Road, Jamestown

 
HOW TO PAY

The market accepts cash only. 

 

 

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MOUNT HOPE FARMERS MARKET

The historic farm dating back more than 325 years offers a year-round market with vegetables, herbs, fruits, meats, eggs, cheese, seafood, honey, coffee, baked goods and prepared foods. Our favorite part about this market, you ask? It also offers a variety of soaps and lotions, cleaning products and local crafts. Peruse the goods all while enjoying live music, demonstrations, tastings and more. Details.

 
WHERE TO FIND IT

Saturdays, 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM: South Pasture at Mount Hope Farm, 250 Metacom Avenue, Bristol

 
HOW TO PAY

The market accepts debit, credit, SNAP & WIC. Pay cash or card at the welcome table to purchase Fresh Buck Tokens accepted by all vendors. 

 

 

 

SAKONNET FARM ROADSIDE MARKET

Sakonnet Farm in Tiverton offers a roadside farm stand open daily. Look for the flag and enter through the yellow door for a variety of products, from jelly and jam to fruit flavored relishes and hot pepper jellies. The farm stand also sells succulent containers, hanging pots, hummingbird and butterfly wildflower seeds, bird seed ornaments and a host of other accoutrements to accompany your home garden. 

WHERE TO FIND IT

Open daily: 4042 Main Road, Tiverton

 

 

 

SCHOOLYARD MARKET

Reopening: Sunday, June 18, 2017

Developed by operators of Hope & Main in Warren, the Schoolaryard Market features 50+ vendors during its 16-week season and is held in a century-old converted school building with plenty of space for shopping, workshops and demos. Goodies hail from all over the state with vendors including Fully Rooted Juice, Ocean State Smoked Fish Co., Swan Farm Pies, Sacred Cow Granola and many more. Held June - October. 

 
WHERE TO FIND IT

Sundays, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM: 691 Main Street, Warren 

 
HOW TO PAY

The market accepts cash, credit, SNAP & WIC.

 

 

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WALKER'S ROADSIDE STAND

Reopening: June 2017

Walker's Roadside Stand in Little Compton is nestled along Route 77 and serves as the perfect locale for a quick stop to gather fresh treats. Relish in fruits, veggies, flowers and an assortment of organic nuts, savory crackers, jams and more. When you've finished shopping, walk on over to Wilma's - a small sandwich shop & bakery serving up the perfect lunchtime snack.

 
WHERE TO FIND IT

Daily, 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM: 261 West Main Road, Little Compton 

 
HOW TO PAY

The stand accepts cash and credit. 

 

 

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WINDMIST FARM STAND

Located in Jamestown, Windmist Farm was established during the Colonial Era and has since produced naturally raised, grass-fed beef, pork, chicken, lamb and goat. Head to their farm stand year-round for a fresh selection of meat, eggs, veggies, maple syrup and honey. They even offer a selection of sheep fleeces. 

WHERE TO FIND IT

Fridays: 3:00 - 6:00 PM, Saturdays, 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM and Sundays 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM

71 Weeden Lane, Jamestown 

 
HOW TO PAY

The market accepts cash, check or credit in the form of Visa and Mastercard. 

 

 

HODGKISS FARM STAND

Reopening: June 2017

This small stand located in Jamestown is owned and operated by Gail Chase, who also owns and operates Chase Farms, a wholesale operation in nearby Portsmouth. The stand offers a hearty variety of fresh, locally grown herbs, fruit and vegetables, in addition to florals. June - October. 

 
WHERE TO FIND IT

Tuesday - Sunday, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM: 305 North Road, Jamestown

 
HOW TO PAY

The farm stand is cash only.

 

 

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