Farmers' Markets

A community deeply rooted in agricul­ture, the Tri-Cities proudly celebrates the bounty of harvest with food festivals and markets that are like no other Washington farmers markets.

There’s no better place to sip, sample, and purchase direct from the grower than at a farmer’s market. And where better to do that than in the Tri-Cities, Washington, the agricultural heartland of Washington State? Expect fruits and vegetables piled high on a flatbed pickup, corn picked just hours before the market, the sweet aroma of homemade bread, fresh jellies and preserves, one-of-a-kind hand-crafted treasures, and the friendly din of a bustling crowd greet­ing friends and neighbors. Grab your market bags, bring the family, and soak up some beautiful sunshine as you enjoy the bounty of the summer harvest.

A Playground of Markets

The Tri-Cities area in Washington state is home to a vibrant and diverse community of farmers' markets that showcase the region's rich agricultural heritage. These markets offer a wide variety of fresh, locally grown produce, artisanal goods, and handcrafted products, providing residents and visitors alike with a unique shopping experience. From juicy fruits and vegetables to homemade jams, baked goods, and handcrafted items, the Farmers' Markets in the Tri-Cities are a hub of activity where people can connect with local farmers and artisans, support small businesses, and enjoy the bounty of the region. With a focus on sustainability and community engagement, these markets play a vital role in promoting healthy eating, supporting local agriculture, and fostering a sense of community pride. Whether you're looking for a taste of the region's flavors or simply want to explore the vibrant market scene, the Farmers' Markets in the Tri-Cities are a must-visit destination for anyone interested in experiencing the best of what the area has to offer.

At the Pasco Farmers Market in charming historic Downtown Pasco, you'll find fresh, locally-grown fruits and vegetables, plants and flowers, and more – all under covered pavilions perfect for keeping cool and shaded on warm sunny days. Open Saturdays from 9 am-1 pm, May to October.

The Kennewick Farmer's Market, located at Public Market at Columbia River Warehouse, has just about any heart’s desire: food trucks, cheese, wine, fish, gifts, art galleries, coffee shops, candy, eggs, storytellers, fresh bread, live demonstrations, music, performance art, and of course, all kinds of produce. Open every Thursday, 4 pm -7 pm, June 1st - October 26th.

visitors shop at a variety of vendor booths at a farmers' market in Tri-Cities, Washington

The Richland Farmer’s Market is located in the historic Parkway, and offers a huge variety of fresh fruits, vegetables, meats, and baked goods, local wines, craft beer, spirits, and handmade artisan crafts. Enjoy live music while you eat a tasty lunch from a vendor. Open Fridays 9a-1p, beginning of June through the last Friday in October.

The 3 Eyed Fish Farmers Market is an open-air market that offers fresh produce grown by local farmers, gourmet food products, and handcrafted items. The 3 Eyed Fish Wine Bar right next to the market offers tasty food and drinks at happy hour prices all day on Sundays during the market season. Open Sundays 10a-1p, June to September.

The Public Market at Columbia River Warehouse is the newest of the Tri-Cities markets. A year-round indoor artisan market housed in a charming industrial building, it features over 60 local artisans and food producers who offer fresh, locally sourced foods, crafts, and specialty items. Columbia River Warehouse also hosts the outdoor Kennewick Farmer's Market every Thursday.

The Fresh Picks Farmers’ Market is one of the newest of the Tri-Cities' open air farmers’ markets hosted next to the HAPO Center in Pasco, offering fresh food and fresh fruit and vegetables. Open Saturdays 8a-1p, June to October.

Make plans to check out one of these great Tri-Cities, Washington farmers’ markets!