Many farmers sell year-round through farm stores and indoor winter markets, but the warmer months, specifically summer and fall, are when the outdoor markets take to the parks and other outdoor public spaces where people come together for good, fresh food and Adirondack-inspired crafts straight from the producers.
Riverside Park every Saturday from 9 a.m. - 10 a.m., for seniors ONLY.
10 a.m. - 1 p.m. for everyone.
Shopping Guidance Market Safety for Shoppers
Masks: All shoppers must wear a face covering inside the market space.
6 foot rule: Maintain a 6' distance between yourself, volunteers, farm stand employees, and other customers.
One way traffic: Please enter the market at the corner of Main and River Street and follow the signs.
Get in and out: Try to keep your market shopping trip as quick as possible.
No dogs or bikes: Please do not bring your dogs or bikes into the market.
Small groups only: Limit your party to 1-2 people and split up to finish shopping quickly.
Healthy customers only: If you're sick, please stay home.
No touching: Do not pick up any products or produce at the farm stands, ask an employee to help you. No samples of food or drink at the market.
Wash your hands: Thoroughly was your hands often with soap for at least 20 seconds. If hand washing is not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer. Don't touch your face.
Wash your produce and your bags: Wash all produce thoroughly before using it. Regularly was your reusable produce bags.
The winter market will begin on October 17 and go through May 31 skipping Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter Saturdays.
It will be a park-it model. Order ahead by Thursday evening and pick up on Saturday outside of Hotel Saranac on Academy Street from 10am-noon.
Place orders by visiting the farmers market website Monday through Thursday of the market week: ausablevalleygrangefarmersmarkets.com
Fresh Off the Farm
The small farms movement is taking over in the Adirondacks and we couldn’t be happier. All four seasons bring different local products to the table, whether it’s luscious heirloom tomatoes in the height of summer or hearty root vegetables in the depths of winter.
The farmers markets are more than just food, though. They are spaces where community and travelers alike come out for live music, local art, and of course, locally grown food. It’s fun for the whole family and a great way to experience the Adirondacks!
Find out more
Read about what our blogger did with the Coolest Adirondack Chopped Challenge! at the Farmers Market.
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