Farmers Markets in Hays County

Visiting farmers markets in Hays County is one of the nicest ways to meet locals and support the local economy. They are also free to attend and can be enjoyed by everyone. There are several markets to visit with vendors you won’t want to miss. Check out a Hays County farmer’s market today!

Farmers Markets in Hays County

Buda Farmers Market Downtown Buda

Buda Farmers Market

Located in the heart of Buda this year round farmer’s market offers local goods for everyone. Their vendors range from beef farmers to handmade artisan soaps. The Buda Farmer’s Market is open two different days a week. You can find out more below.

Tuesday Farmers Market  3pm-6pm

The Tuesday Market located at the SE corner of Sequoya and Main Street. The market is open in Spring – Winter. Click here for a map to the location.

Saturday Farmers Market 9am-12:30 pm 

The downtown farmers market located across the street from Garcia’s in the heart of Buda. There is plenty of parking! You will often find fresh local produce, local meats, baked goods (even gluten free :-)), handmade goods and often live music. Free restrooms available. Artisan Market is every 3rd Saturday. Click here for a map to the location.

Dripping Springs Farmers Market 

The Dripping Springs farmers market is a Texas Texas Department of Agriculture certified farmers market and a Go Texan member. This Dripping Springs Farmers Market is one of the biggest small town farmers markets in Hays County. The market held year-round every Wednesday.

Wednesday Market 3-7pm

Located at the Veterans Memorial Park the Wednesday farmers market provides local produce, prepared food, handmade crafts, local art, and more! The Dripping Springs Farmers Market is a great way to meet your community and to support small businesses. Click here for a map to the location.

Kyle Farmers Market

Kyle is lucky enough to have a farmers market store location that is open 6 days a week. This local plant nursery and produce market is a great place to bring the kids to play in their outside play area and grab some local eats and plants.

Cross Plants and Produce Farmers Market  (Tuesday-Sunday 10am-6pm)

Cross Plants and Produce is family owned business in Kyle. In addition to the plants and produce they also have grass fed beef, free range chickens, pasture raised pork, eggs, and various other consumables. They strive to provide you with products that are either organic or naturally raised by local farmers and ranchers. Click here for a map to their location.

San Marcos Farmers Market 

One of the biggest farmers markets in Hays County is in San Marcos. The year-round farmers market in San Marcos boasts two different markets throughout the week.

Tuesday Market 3-6pm 

Located at 312 E Hopkins, the Tuesday market has everything you need. There is plenty of parking and The Hitch right next door. Click here for a map to the location.

Saturday Market 9am-1pm 

Located on San Antonio Street between Guadalupe & LBJ. This is one of our favorite farmers’ markets to enjoy with the whole family. You can often find fresh local vegetables and fruit, baked goods, local honey, eggs, flowers and plants, bath and body products, clothing and accessories, local art, live music and more! This weekly market is open year round. Support local businesses and start your weekend off right. Click here for a map to the location.

Wimberley Farmers Market

Wimberley has one of the most quaint farmers’ markets in Hays County. Held every Wednesday year round this market is a shining star in the community.

Wednesday Market  3-6pm 

This small and charming market is a real hidden gem of farmer’s markets in Hays County. Located in the parking lot of the Wimberley Community Thrift Shop. The Wimberley Farmers Market is perfect Wimberley residents & visitors who want to eat fresh local fruits and vegetables, baked goods, and handmade gifts. Click here for a map to the location.

With several farmers markets in Hays County you are sure to find something at any location! From handmade crafts to local beef these vendors are a part of your community. Shopping at a farmers market allows you to support your local businesses and get some goodies!

Featured image credit: Joe Mabel