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Knoxville and surrounding counties are rich in produce farms. Farmers from Grainger County, Loudon County, Sevier County, and Blount County are bringing their produce to open-air farmers markets in our area.

Farmers markets provide a place where people can buy local, family-farmed foods, grown in a manner that sustains the land and our health.

The hottest farmers market item is Grainger County tomatoes.

Pick-Your-Own Farms >>


Dandridge Farmers Market
Take advantage of having the freshest fruits, vegetables, eggs, honey and many other farm products while supporting the local economy. All vendors are local farmers and none are reselling items. Many organically grow their produce.

Open: April 24 - October 31
Hours: Saturdays 9am-6pm
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Dixie Lee Farmers Market
Peaches, berries, grapes, melons, apples, tomatoes, peppers, beans, many varieties of corn, greens, carrots, potatoes, onions, garlic, peas, squash, zucchini, free range eggs, grass fed meats, honey, potted plants, fresh cut flowers and herbs, cheese, baked goods, pottery, soaps, organic skin care, handbound books, photography, and handmade crafts.

Open: April 27 - November 2
Hours: Saturdays 9am-noon
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Ebenezer Farmers Market
Local farmers and growers offer fresh produce from the farm. Located at Ebenezer United Methodist Church, 1001 Ebenezer Rd, Knoxville.

Open: April 15 - October 31
Hours: Tuesdays 3pm-6pm


Farmers Market at New Harvest Park
Mountain Meadows Farm, Seven Springs Farm, Halford's Farm, Bob Due's Terraced Garden Farm, Mitchell Family Farm, and Shelton Farm offer asparagus, onions, watercress, radishes, spinach, bok choy, lettuces, sweet potatoes, natural beef, and eggs. Later in the season, they offer all varities of farm grown produce, including Grainger County tomatoes.

Open: April 25 - November 21
Hours: Thursdays 3pm-6pm
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Gatlinburg Farmers Market

Tomatoes, cucumbers, zucchini, garlic, lettuce, kale, mustard greens, carrots, berries, peaches, and more. The selection changes with the seasons. In addition to produce, you can find all sorts of other things: breads and baked goods, granola, honey, soap, plants, tea, and more. There are also weekly crafter demonstrations by local artists from Gatlinburg’s Arts and Crafts community. During special events there is live music and childrens’ crafts, as well as cooking and gardening demonstrations! Located at the Alama Steakhouse parking lot, 705 East Parkway (Hwy 321), Gatlinburg, TN.

Open: May 15 - October 15
Hours: Saturdays, 8:30am-11am


Knoxville Farmers Market

Local farmers, growers and bakers bring a wide variety of products to the market, including seasonal vegetables, herbs, fruits, berries and honey. Grass-fed meats, eggs and specialty cheeses are also offered by producers from the East Tennessee region. Knoxville bakers prepare fresh baked breads, cookies, granola, scones and more. A diverse collection of flowering and vegetable plants and fresh cut flowers are available from seasoned local growers.

Open: mid-April - late November
Hours: Tuesdays at Ebenezer United Methodist Church, 1001 Ebenezer Road at Westland Drive., 3pm-6pm
Fridays at Laurel Church of Christ, 3457 Kingston Pike across from Cherokee Boulevard, 3pm-6pm


Market Square Farmers Market
The Market Square Farmers’ Market is an open-air farmers’ market located on Market Square in the heart of downtown Knoxville. Everything at the MSFM is grown or made by the vendor in the East Tennessee region. Products vary by the seasons and include produce, eggs, honey, herbs, free-range meat, bread, baked goods, salsas, coffee and artisan crafts.

Open: May 1 - November 23
Hours: Wednesdays11am to 2pm and Saturdays from 9am to 2pm
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Maryville Farmers Market
This market is a producer only market with no wholesale or resale. Seasonal vegetables, fruits, honey, plants, baked goods, cut flowers, free range eggs and meats. All growers and producers have certification to sell the product (if required for product sold). All vendors have gone through a lengthy application process. Eggs, meats, potted plants and potted herbs all are certified. Located in the heart of Downtown Maryville on Church Ave.

Open: May 5 - November 17
Hours: Saturdays, 9am-Sellout
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Maryville Farmers Market
This market is a producer only market with no wholesale or resale. Seasonal vegetables, fruits, honey, plants, baked goods, cut flowers, free range eggs and meats. All growers and producers have certification to sell the product (if required for product sold). All vendors have gone through a lengthy application process. Eggs, meats, potted plants and potted herbs all are certified. Located at New Providence Presbyterian Church, 703 W Broadway, Maryville TN.

Open: June 6 - August 29
Hours: Wednesdays and Saturdays, 3:30pm-6:30pm
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Seymour Farmers Market
An open-air market where vendors sell fruits, vegetables, honey,eggs and other agricultural products which they have produced themselves.

Open: 1st Saturday in June - 2nd Saturday in October
Hours: Saturdays, 7am-11am


Shopping at the Farm Farmers Market
Vendors sell fresh, locally-produced products, including sauces, seasonal produce, herbs, perennial plants and more.
Marble Springs State Historic Site, 1220 West Governor John Sevier Highway, Knoxville, TN 37920.

Open: May 9 - November 1
Hours: Thursdays, 3pm-6pm


Smoky Mountain Farm & Garden
Vendors sell fresh, locally-produced products, including sauces, seasonal produce, herbs, perennial plants and more.
Located at 3330 Wears Valley Road, Sevierville TN.

Open: April 15 - November 5
Hours: Monday-Saturday, 10am:-6:30pm; Sundays 12:30pm-5pm
Phone: (865) 202-7089


UT Farmers Market
The UT Farmers Market offers fresh produce, local food (including UT Culinary Institute creations), entertainment, children's events, educational information and more.

Open: mid-May - October 24
Hours: Wednesdays, 4pm-7pm
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