Eat Fresh

The Market at Ag Heritage Park

925 Camp Auburn Rd. • Auburn
(334) 740-1667
Open Thursdays 3- 6 p.m. ; May- August
Hosted by the Auburn University College of Agriculture, this market features area vendors offering fresh, locally grown fruits, vegetables, and herbs, as well as locally-produced jams and jellies, baked goods, soaps, honey, and more.

Auburn City Market

1150 Gay St. • Auburn
(334) 501-2930
www.auburnalabama.org/parks/programs/city-market/
Open Saturdays 7 a.m.- 12 p.m. ; April- June, October

Hornsby Farms

1235 Bufford Rd. • Auburn
(334) 728-1489
This family farm offers affordable weekly produce baskets delivered to your home Auburn or for pickup at O Town Ice Cream in Opelika!

Randle Farms

9215 Lee Rd. 54 • Auburn
www.randlefarms.com
This local farm grows a variety of meats, fruits, and vegetables fit for the southeastern climate.


O Grows Farmers Market

1103 Glenn St. • Opelika
(334) 750-2215
Open Tuesdays 3- 6 p.m. ; May- August
Located near Opelika’s community garden, this market features area vendors offering fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables, along with other locally-produced products.

Parkway Farmers Market

2180 1st Ave. • Opelika
(334) 737-2080
www.parkwayfarmersmarket.com

Open Monday- Saturday 9 a.m.- 6 p.m.; Sunday 10 a.m.- 5 p.m.
You can find fresh produce, flowers, plants, and seasonal products at this market year-round. It’s the perfect place to buy your Halloween pumpkins and Christmas trees!

Blueberry Havens

1612 Rainbow Dr. • Camp Hill
(334) 707-4707
www.blueberryhavens.com
Pick your own berries from Mid-June until August at this working blueberry farm. If you’re in a time crunch with no time to pick, call ahead and they’ll gladly set aside a pre-picked gallon for you.

Dempsey Farms

10456 US-431 • LaFayette
(334) 444-7471
If you’re looking for fresh, locally-grown strawberries, pay Dempsey Farms a visit. Buy their berries pre-picked or pick them yourself— you’ll end up with a delicious treat either way.