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Farmers Markets in Collin County

Allen, Anna, Celina, Frisco, McKinney, Plano and Prosper

McKinney Farmers Market at Chestnut Square
McKinney Farmers Market at Chestnut Square

Below you will find a complete list of the farmers markets operating within Collin County. We will list markets that have recently closed, because we understand that some of our viewers may be looking for that market. If you are aware of a new farmers market or we've missed one, please let us know.

For a day-by-day listing of farmers markets, please visit our Calendar of Events.

Farmers Market in Allen/Fairview

Sadly, this market and farm shop have permanently closed.

Farmers Market in Anna

Luscombe Farm
Open the second and fourth Sundays of every month. Guest speakers, kid's craft corner, lunch, live music, fun for everyone!
8649 Luscombe Farm Drive, Anna

Farmers Market in Celina

Celina's Friday Night Market
Local farmers, artisans, crafters, ranchers, vineyards, and many more vendors. Each vendor is carefully evaluated based upon whether their products are handmade, homemade, and/or home grown. Enjoy live music from local musicians while having a glass of wine and enjoying the nightly events. Market runs April-November
142 N. Ohio, Celina

Farmers Market in Farmersville

Farmers and Fleas at the Onion Shed
The historic Onion Shed hosts their version of "Trade Day" with all types of shopping featuring produce, crafts, food, jewelry, antiques, and more. Held on the first Saturday of each month!
151 S. Main, Farmersville

Farmers Market in Frisco

Downtown Frisco
Local growers offer produce and you'll also find baked breads, meat from local ranchers, honey, arts and crafts, and various other products. Live music. Open Saturdays April thru October.
8821 Fourth Street, Frisco

Farmers Markets in McKinney

Chestnut Square
UPDATE: Watch our calendar as this market has temporarily relocated to downtown McKinney (behind Local Yocal) during construction near Chestnut Square.
Local and organic meat, dairy, honey and produce, canned goods, baked goods, wine and flowers! This festive, family-friendly events features live music, pony rides, and goats to feed. Historic buildings may be open and you may even find a blacksmith busy working. Dixie's store with old-fashioned treats and toys.
315 S Chestnut St, McKinney

Farmers Market in Melissa

From the City of Melissa website: After much thought and consideration, the City of Melissa has decided that the Melissa Farmers Market & More will take a hiatus for the 2018 season.

Farmers Markets in Plano

Historic Downtown Plano Farmers Market
Friends and neighbors come together at the market to shop produce, baked goods, and other items. Some Sundays will include live entertainment.
916 East 15th St, Plano (In front of Georgia's Farmers Market)

Plano West Side Farmers Market
Run by Red Tent Markets. Over 30 vendors will be in attendance. Some of the items that will be for sale include: local produce, baked goods, handmade artisan goods, grass fed beef, farm fresh eggs, honey, salsa, plants, and sweet treats. Northwest corner of the parking lot, near the intersection of Plano Parkway and Chapel Hill Blvd.
6121 W. Park Blvd, Plano (The Shops at Willow Bend)

By Debbie Krubsack
April 2, 2018
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