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Tyler and East Texas Farmers Markets

Fresh vegetables and produce from local farmers in East Texas

Here in East Texas, we love fresh fruits and vegetables, and grow our own tomatoes, peppers, potatoes, herbs and more in our limited gardening space.

What we can't grow, we like to procure from local area farmers in East Texas. We enjoy fresh peaches, blueberries, corn, potatoes, blackberries, pumpkins, watermelons, cucumbers, tomatoes, squash, purple hull peas, and other vegetables ... in season of course!

It's all fresh, homegrown produce from area farms, and much of it is organic.

List of Tyler and East Texas Farmers Markets

Tyler and East Texas offer several farmers markets, including those listed below.

NOTE: Opening times and hours vary through the year, so always call ahead for current schedules.

Tyler Farmers Market - Established in 1983. Open Tuesday - Thursday - Saturday. Visit their website for dates, times and other details

East Texas State Fair Farmers Market - 2112 W. Front Street, on the grounds of the East Texas State Fair in Tyler. Visit their website for details


Freshly picked, home grown red tomatoes in East Texas

Rose City Farmers Market  - a project of the Farm and Food Coalition, whose mission is helping create better access to fresh, locally grown food in Tyler.

The market is located at 302 South Broadway in downtown Tyler.

Visit the website of the Food Coalition for details

Nacogdoches Farmers Market - 107 W. Pearl Street at the Old Hitch Lot in Nacogdoches

Lufkin Farmers Market - 2107 S. Medford Drive in Lufkin

East Texas Farmer's Market - at Sadlers, 101 S. Bonner in Jacksonville

Historic Longview Farmers Market - located on the site of the former Kelly Plow Works, at the corner of Cotton and High Streets, Longview

Freshly picked, East Texas Purple Hull Peas

Mineola Farmers Market - at the pavilion west of the train depot on Front Street in downtown Mineola, Texas

Rusk Co. Farmers Market - Fair Park at South High in Henderson, Texas

Winnsboro Farmer's Market - Located in downtown Winnsboro on Market Street

Jefferson Farmers' Market - Located on Pope Street in front of Jefferson National Bank, Jefferson, Texas

NTCC Farmer's Market - at the Elizabeth Hoggatt Whatley Ag Complex at Northeast Texas Community College, Mt. Pleasant, Texas

Mount Vernon Farmers Market, 100 Main Street, Mount Vernon, Texas

Athens Farmers Market - 212 N. Palestine, Athens, Texas

Harrison County Farmers Market - Wellington Street, one block south of the Harrison County Courthouse and town square in Marshall

Tyler Area Blueberry Farms

Freshly picked, East Texas blueberries

If you want to pick your own, Tyler and the surrounding East Texas area has a good selection of blueberry farms where you can pick your own blueberries. Always call ahead for opening hours, and current supplies. Here are a few of our favorites where we have picked in the past:

Blueberry Hill Farms - In Edom, at 10268 FM 314, phone 903.852.6175

Tyler Berry Farm - 9628 County Road 429, just west of US Highway 69, north of Tyler between Loop 323 and I-20, phone 903.526.4440

Echo Springs Blueberry Farm - 7235 FM 607, Brownsboro, phone 903.852.5277. Visit the Echo Springs Blueberry Farm on Facebook

The Blueberry Farm - 982 Texas 37, just north of Quitman, Texas, phone 903.497.6028. Also, visit the The Blueberry Farm on Facebook

Sundance Ranch Blueberries - 16907 CR 399, Winona, TX 75792. Phone 903.504.9969 to arrange a U-Pick.

Other Pick Your Own Farms Near tyler

Moore Farms - 22142 County Road 181, Bullard, phone 903.894.1030

For more information on picking blueberries and other East Texas fruits and vegetables, we highly recommend a visit to this website Pick Your Own.org (Northeast Texas)

Perfect East Texas hand-picked peaches, fresh off the tree
Perfect East Texas hand-picked peaches, fresh off the tree

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