Hudson Valley Winter Farm Markets

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Hudson Valley Winter Farm Markets

If you're missing the summer farm markets, have no fear. You can still get fresh produce, eggs, and meat. Plus, you will find pastries, homemade products, jams, jellies, honey, cider, and lots more. 

If you are looking for the spring markets click HERE.

Up for the challenge? Choose your adventure from the list of great markets below!

Dutchess County

Barton Orchards, 6469 Noxon Rd., Poughkeepsie. Open year round. Monday-Saturday 7 am-6:30 pm., Sunday 8am-6pm. You will find apple cider donuts, delicious pastries, tasty treats, fresh produce, eggs, meat, dairy, unique jarred products, and more. 845-471-2879. 

Beacon Farmers' Market, 223 Main Street, Beacon. Sunday 10am-2pm. Year-round RAIN OR SHINE! The Beacon Farmers' Market mission is to feed and engage the Beacon Community, support local farms and businesses, and create a more just food system. You can find breads, coffee, artisan teas, fabulous homemade sauces, maple syrup, and lots more. (845) 231-4424.

Greig Farm, 227 Pitcher Ln., Red Hook. The farm market is a collection of their favorite local goods and produce from around the Hudson Valley. Visit the market for your weekly grocery shopping 10am to 7pm / 7 days per week. Grab a bite to eat at the kitchen which is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner-to-go from 10am-6pm (closed on Wednesdays)Market is open year round. (845) 758-8007. 

Rhinebeck Farmers' Market, 61 East Market St.  Sundays 10 am-2 pm. The outdoor market operates in the Rhinebeck Municipal Parking Lot every Sunday 10am-2pm from May 7th through  December 17th, 2023. No Market December 3rd. Rain or Shine!

Orange County

Newburgh/Common Ground. The mission of the Newburgh Farmers’ Market is to feed and engage the Newburgh community, support local farms and businesses, and create a more just food system. Saturdays, December 2, 2023 through April 27, 2024, 10am to 2pm in the Lobby at the Ritz, 107 Broadway, Newburgh. Outdoor market is open until November 18. 845-416-5308. 

Ochs Orchards, 4 Ochs Ln., Warwick. Open every day 9am-6pm. The market is stocked with in season fresh fruit and vegetables, & local vegetables, along with all sorts of "goodies" such as jams & jellies, butters, pure maple syrup, honey, our own apple cider, fresh local eggs and many more products (845) 986-1591. 

Soons Orchards & Farm Market, an on-farm market where you can get fresh-grown produce and delicious homemade treats, like apple cider donuts or apple pies made from scratch. Plus, faves like fresh-pressed apple cider, local honey, local milk, local eggs, local beef, homemade applesauce, our own kettle corn, fudge and nut butters. 23 Soons Circle, New Hampton. Open daily. 9 am-6 pm. 845-374-5471. 

Wagon Wheel Farm363 Sarah Wells Trail, Goshen. Featuring a full spread of eggs, milk, breads, honey and seasonal fruits & vegetables. You can also get hay at the market. 7am-9pm daily. 845-360-5772. 

Warwick Indoor Farm Market. The Warwick Indoor Farmers' Market brings farmers & producers together to keep locally grown, raised & produced food available year-round. 115 Liberty Corners Rd., Warwick. Indoors. Sundays, 10am-2pm. (845) 258-4998. 

Ulster County

Kingston Farmers' MarketCounty Courthouse parking lot, Uptown, Kingston, 9am-2pm. Rain or Shine. Outdoor market: Saturdays 9 am-2 pm. March 19 – December 17. Indoor winter market: Every other Saturday 10 am-2 pm Old Dutch Church, 272 Wall St  Kingston. December 3rd- April 22nd 

Sullivan County

Callicoon Farmer's MarketAt the Callicoon Farmers’ Market, you will find many farms in addition to food producers and artisans offering wine, hard cider, pasta, condiments, prepared foods, baked goods, ice cream, jam, honey, maple syrup, herbal tea blends, skin care products, pottery, woodwork and much more. A. Dorrer Dr., Callicoon Creek Park, Sundays: 11 am-2 pm. Year-round.

Updated 11/3/2023

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