6 Farmers Markets You Need to Visit


September 3, 2021

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More than just fresh produce, farmer’s markets are a haven of local goods, crafts, community and more. Supporting local farmers and artists has always been deeply rooted into the culture and history of Park City, making way for endless market opportunities. Check out our list of 6 markets you need to visit.

1.  Park Silly Sunday Market

Eco-friendly, one-of-a-kind, and quintessential Park City. The Park Silly Sunday Market features unique and eclectic local arts and crafts, music, antiques, imports, gourmet foods and locally grown farm fresh produce. Each Sunday is a new experience as vendors, live music and food trucks change every week.

2. Park City Farmer’s Market

2021 is the 20th Anniversary of the Park City Farmer’s Market! Located at the base of Park City Mountain Resort, this outdoor market offers a large assortment of fresh and local goods from the local community. Each Wednesday from May to October, Utah farmers and vendors travel from all over to offer organic, eco-friendly and home grown produce, farm-fresh flowers, local eats and more.

3. Heber Market on Main

A short drive from Park City, Heber City Farmer’s Market is a hub for local food, drink, shopping, family fun, live music and more. A weekly tradition going back two decades, this market goes beyond the traditional farmer’s market format to provide a fun event for the entire family each week during the summer months. Chock full of local flavor, Heber Market on Main is worth the day trip!

4. Copper Moose Farm Stand

Shop the freshest produce right off the farm at Copper Moose Farm in Park City. Committed to the re-connection of food that can be grown right in Park City, this farm provides organic and biodynamic vegetables and flowers through sustainable farming. During the summer months, seasonal produce and flowers are available for sale at the Farm Stand.

5. The Murray Park Farmer’s Market

Utah’s oldest farmer’s market is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year. The Murray Park Farmer’s Market in Salt Lake City was founded in 1981. This market is one of the largest in the state, supporting over 65 vendors in 2019 with even more anticipated in 2021. As long-standing tradition, this market is a haven for local goods and food from all over Utah.

6. Woodward Park City First Fridays

From July to September, Woodward Park City’s First Fridays provides free, family-friendly fun on the first Friday of every month. The event features local artists, musicians, food, drinks, vendors and more. Pro Tip: As the ultimate action sports community club, Woodward Park City’s indoor facilities are open during First Friday, creating the perfect opportunity for kids to bike, skate, jump and more while you relax and enjoy the event.

Shoreline homes loves to support our local Utah community. Spread out throughout the week and the summer, hitting these six markets is sure to keep your fridge well stocked and your summer filled with fun memories. Become a part of the Park City community and discover our floor plan options: www.shorelineparkcity.com.

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