Farmers Markets in Port Angeles, Sequim & Port Townsend Washington

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Because of the temperate climate, the Olympic Peninsula has a number of small farms, local dairies, and certified fungi growers. The Peninsula's proximity to the Strait of Juan de Fuca makes buying seafood at a local farmers market a fresh and affordable option. Read More

Port Angeles Farmers Markets

The Port Angeles Farmers Market is a year-round community farmers market, with vendors offering organic bread, produce, eggs, jams and honey, Fair Trade organic coffee, and unique crafts such as handcrafted candles, soaps, hats, baskets, pottery, scarves, and tie-dye. 

  • Location: 125 E. Front St. Port Angeles, WA 98362. Farmers Markets take place in “The Gateway” near the ferry dock. 
  • When: Saturdays 10am-2pm (year round), Wednesdays 2:30pm-6:30pm (summer months only) 
  • Phone: (360) 460-0361

Sequim Farmers and Artisans Market

Offering handrafted goods and homegrown veggies and fruits for 25 years! 

  • City Hall Plaza, 152 W. Cedar St., Sequim, WA 98382
  • When: May 16 - Oct 31 Saturdays 9a - 3p
  • Phone: (360) 582-6218

Port Townsend Farmers Market

Voted Farmer’s Market of the Year by the Washington State Farmers Market Association, the Port Townsend Farmers Market features more than 70 stands. At the Port Townsend Farmers Market you can buy the freshest fruits, vegetables, ciders, cheeses, coffees, fungi, and herbs. 

  • Location: The Port Townsend Saturday Market is located on Tyler St., between Lawrence and Clay, in Port Townsend, WA.
    Directions: On Foot - Head up the steps from Haller Fountain Downtown. From the top of the steps go left. Market is 3 blocks heading along the main road which will curve to the right. By Car - ake Water St. west from Downtown or head east on Sims Way to Kearney, head right on Lawrence 
  • Season/Hours Saturdays 10am-1pm (year round) 
  • Phone: (360) 379-9098