Farmers’ Markets Across Muskoka are Opening

Open and Ready to Welcome You Back Safely

One of the oldest summer pastimes in Muskoka is visiting the farmers’ market. Picking up fresh fruit, vegetables and local products to bring back to share with family and friends has long been part of the Muskoka culture. Farmers’ Markets across Muskoka are ready to welcome you back safely and are excited to share the local favorites with you once again.

Throughout the week, visitors and locals flock to various towns across Muskoka to bring home fresh produce, local farm gate products, and locally produced goodies.

The farmers’ market always changes with the seasons. During the summer months, shoppers are treated to fresh Ontario strawberries, blueberries, peaches, beans and other summer harvests. As the season changes to Fall, market go-ers can bring home the fall harvest with apples, cranberries, squash, pumpkins and more.

Muskoka has a number of farmers’ markets throughout the week for you to pick up fresh, local products:

Bala Farmers’ Market
Mondays, 9am – 2pm
June 28 – September 6, 2021

Gravenhurst Farmers’ Market
Wednesdays, 9am – 2pm
June 2 – October 27, 2021

Huntsville Farmers’ Market
Thursdays, 9am – 2pm
June 3 – October 7, 2021

Port Carling Farmers’ Market
Thursdays, 9am – 2pm
July 1 – September 2, 2021

Baysville Farmers’ Market
Fridays, 1pm – 5pm
June 25 – August 27, 2021

Rosseau Farmers’ Market
Fridays, 9am – 2pm
June 25 – August 27, 2021

Bracebridge Farmers’ Market
Saturdays, 8:30am – 1pm
June 5 – October 9, 2021

COVID-19 Modifications
The Muskoka region, including the restaurants and local businesses discussed above, have taken several precautions to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Social distancing procedures must be followed. Masks are required for entry into all buildings and when social distancing is not possible. Frequent hand-washing is encouraged and everyone must self-isolate if experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms. For more information regarding COVID-19, please visit our COVID-19 Updates page.

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