Farmers markets are a great idea all around. Besides providing a lovely weekend activity for you and the family (outside!), it’s an avenue for clean eating and supporting local growers and makers. We love it.
The following list of farmers markets in Collin County is arranged alphabetically by city. Dates and hours apply from spring to fall. Most markets pause or scale back during winter, so be sure to check the details during colder months.
Carrollton Farmers Market (Carrollton)
Operated by Four Seasons Markets, this one has prepared foods, sweet treats, farm-fresh produce and meats, and more. 10am-2pm, SUNDAYS.
Rosemeade Market (Carrollton)
This is a little different from others on the list, as it’s part of a brick-and-mortar store. Rosemeade combines Ruibal’s garden center with a weekend market, featuring fresh produce, dairy, eggs, local honey, and more. Knock out several weekend errands in one spot! 8am-6pm, SATURDAY; 10am-6pm, SUNDAY.
Celina Friday Night Market (Downtown Celina)
Come out to an evening event in Celina’s Historic Downtown Square where you can shop, eat delicious food, and listen to live music. You’ll find a variety of local farmers, artisans, crafters, ranchers, vineyard vendors, and more. Vendors are carefully selected to ensure items are handmade, homemade, and/or homegrown. 6-9pm, the FIRST FRIDAY of the month. Note: July market will be held on the second Friday.
Frisco Rotary Farmers Market (Frisco Square)
A hidden gem in old Frisco, this small town-style farmers market offers products from North Texas farmers, ranchers, bakers, chefs, and craftspeople. Enjoy a morning of shopping along with entertainment, children’s activities, face painting, and other special events. Check their site for current market vendors and a very informative produce availability calendar. 8am-12pm, SATURDAYS.
Frisco Fresh Market (Frisco)
Located across the street from Toyota Stadium, this is a large outdoor market that always has extra stuff going on. Enjoy freshly harvested items, prepared foods, chef demos, family-friendly activities, etc. The Frisco Fair is located on the grounds of the farmers market and is open daily from May 20 to June 6. Market hours: 8am-4pm, SATURDAY and 10am-4pm, SUNDAY.
Lucas Farmers Market (Lucas)
Shop organic agricultural vendors, cottage food and specialty vendors, and local artisans in Lucas Community Park (next to City Hall). You’ll find plants and flowers, baked goods, organic meats and produce, and more! See site for a list of dates. 8am-12pm, SECOND & FOURTH SATURDAYS of each month (through October 23).
McKinney Farmers Market (Downtown McKinney)
Located in Chestnut Square, this market offers local meats and produce, specialty prepared items, and arts & crafts vendors. Beloved by residents and consistently rated a top farmers market in Texas! 8am-12pm, SATURDAYS.
Lola’s Local Market (Melissa)
Another more permanent market, Lola’s features local produce, meat, eggs, and baked goods (along with items from a few out-of-state farmers) amidst a charming backdrop of tchotchkes and vintage paraphernalia. Follow them on FB for info on community events like the annual crawfish boil and holiday gatherings. 12-5pm, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY.
Willow Bend Farmers Market (Plano)
A small but diverse market in the Willow Bend parking lot. They have fresh produce, homemade baked goods and specialty foods, artisan jewelry, handmade items, and more. 9am-2pm. SATURDAYS.
Farmers Market at the Boardwalk (Plano, Boardwalk at Granite Park)
Stroll and shop for fresh produce, homemade goods, specialty foods, and gift items. This one is about 15-20 vendors in one long row, waterside. 11am-4pm, SUNDAYS.
Georgia’s Farmers Market (Downtown Plano)
Georgia’s is brick and mortar, but when they open the wall of garage doors, it’s the perfect indoor/outdoor situation. You’ll find all sorts of things here including organic farm fresh produce, baked goods, artisanal food items, meats, and more. An idyllic grocery experience. 9am-6pm, MONDAY-SATURDAY; 9am-3pm SUNDAY.
Rockwall Farmers Market (Downtown Rockwall)
This is a big one, and very highly rated. Find fresh produce and specialty foods like grass-fed meats, artisan breads, farm eggs, seafood, honey, jams, pasta, and tamales (to name just a few). They also have live music from local artists, all in the downtown square. 8am-12pm, SATURDAYS.