By Michael Evans
Posted On: Jun 22, 2020
Some of the best smells, tastes, and memories of summertime in Ohio comes from cooking fresh corn on the backyard grill, and sinking your teeth into juicy plump tomatoes from the produce stand on the side of the road. Organic and locally grown foods are on trend now more than ever, and luckily, Ohio’s booming agricultural industry leaves no shortage of tasty fruits and veggies to help satisfy your cravings.
Not only does buying from local farmers markets help add flavor and nutrition to your life, but it helps sustain the local economy. Plus, taking a trip to your neighborhood farmers’ market can make for a fun day full of social interaction, fresh air and fun — all of which are good for the soul.
So what are some great farmers’ markets in Ohio? There are lots to check out, but here’s a few to seek out this summer:
Get local produce from North Union Farmers Market in Cleveland.
Grovery shop like a pro at Cleveland’s West Side Market.
Check out Ashtabula Farmers Market on Bridge Street in the Ashtabula Harbor block.
Get everything for your next home cooked meal at Mentor Farmers Market in Garfield Park.
Buy from local farmers and farms at the Tremont Farmers Market.
Take a drive to South Russell for Geauga Fresh Farmer’s Market.
The Downtown Wooster Farmers’ Market has been a staple since 1998 – so head over now!
Support local at the Downtown Farmers’ Market in Bowling Green.
Fresh fruits and veggies can be found at Woodville Farmers’ Market.
The Perrysburg Farmers Market has delicious produce for your next meal.
The Montgomery Farmers’ Market is reopen!
It’s time to buy local at Springdale Farmers Market.
See what’s new and returning to the Fairfield Farmers Market.
Stop by Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine neighborhood for one of the most well-known spots: Findlay Market.
Don’t forget to check out the Hamilton Historic Farmer’s Market.
Located in North Park across from Jackson High School, the Jackson Farmers Market runs from July through October.
With everything from local products, produce and plants, you’ll find it all at River City Farmers Market in Marietta.
Featuring specials every week, there’s also something fresh – and fun – at Marietta’s L.E. Huck & Sons Farmers Market and Country Shop.
Fresh finds are all around at the Athens Farmers Market.
A fan favorite, the Clintonville Farmers’ Market is also offering new online ways to shop.
They might have a new location, but it’s still all the great produce and wares when you go to The Dublin Market at Bridge Park.
A new walk-in market will greet you when you stop by the Worthington Farmers Market.
Enjoy a colorful bounty of goods at the Pickerington Farmers’ Market.
Get a fresh start to your weekend with the Westerville Saturday Farmers Market.
Sample – and buy – a selection from some of Ohio’s best at North Market’s Farmers’ Market.