Fresh Produce and Markets in the 904

  • by Catherine Tortorici
  • June 30, 2022

Do you have a new recipe you've been meaning to try? Are you looking for a way to support local businesses in Jacksonville and eat more local, seasonal produce? You're in luck because we have compiled a list of 10+ produce/art markets for whatever your interests are! Be sure to check out their websites for current updates.  Tag us @904happyhour in your market adventures!

 

Riverside Arts Market

When: Saturdays 10AM -3 PM

Where: 715 Riverside 

The Riverside Arts Market is the place to be! Located under the Fuller Warren Bridge you'll find hundreds of farmers, artists, artisans, nonprofits, and other small businesses. Parking is free at the Fidelity/ Black Knight Financial building next to the market.

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The Jacksonville Farmers Market

When: 365 days a year

Where: 1810 W Beaver St.

The Jacksonville Farmers Market has been around since 1938 and since has served thousands of people per week! You'll find unique products that arrive daily. Plus, they're open everyday so you'll always be able to get your fresh produce fix.

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Beaches Green Market at Jarboe Park

When: Saturday 10AM -2PM

Where: 321 Penman Road

The Beaches Green Market sells a wide selection of in-season, local and organic produce. In addition, they have all natural meats, free-range eggs, cut flowers, edible plants and trees, and more!

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Beach Boulevard Flea Market

When: 9:30AM- 5PM Monday through Friday

 8:30AM - 5PM Saturday and Sunday

Where: 11041 Beach Boulevard

The Beach Boulevard Flea Market features fresh produce along with other unique vendors. Shop for various food items then check out other local vendors selling clothes, jewelry, and more!

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Ramona Flea Market

When: 8AM-5PM Saturday and Sunday

Where: 7059 Ramona Blvd

Ramona Flea Market is the spot to enjoy good food and entertainment. They have bounce houses, pony rides, clowns, funnel cakes, and more! They feature over 700 vendors!

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Freshfields Farm

When: 9:30AM-6:30 AM Monday Through Saturday 10AM-6PM Sunday

Where:  5367 Spring Park Rd

Freshfields Farm is the spot for fresh produce! Their products come directly from farmers, growers and packing plants! This helps eliminate distribution trucks and warehouses, meaning you get your food fresher and cheaper.

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Fernandina Beach Market Place Farmers Market

When: 9AM -1PM Saturdays

Where: 1 North Seventh Street

If you live closer to Fernadina Beach, go check out The Fernandina Beach Farmer's Market. Enjoy the fresh air under the Spanish moss while shopping for local produce.

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Atlantic Beach Farmers Market

Where: Jack Russell Park: 800 Seminole Road

When: 10AM-2PM Sundays

Atlantic Beach Farmers Market is the spot to shop in a canopied refuge right by the Atlantic Beach City Hall. You can expect multiple food trucks, farm-to-table meats, eggs, and produce, and live music!

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Atlantic Beach Urban Farms

Where: 1175 Atlantic Blvd.

When: Wednesday and Thursday 10AM-1PM

Calling all plant parents! Atlantic Beach Urban Farms allows you to grow your own tower garden. Grow your own nutrient dense vegetables, fruits, herbs, and even edible flowers! They have limited hours so be sure to plan ahead.

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St. Augustine Farmers Market

When: Saturday 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Where: St. Augustine Amphitheatre

​The St. Augustine Market is your spot for local food, produce, and handmade arts! They offer free parking at The Amp and at The Elks Lodge. They are a green market and don't provide bags so make sure to bring your own reusable bags.

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St. Augustine Pier Market

When: Wednesday 8AM-12PM

Where: St. Augustine Beach Pier Park

The St. Augustine Pier Market offers fresh fruit, vegetables, bread, and more! Shop while enjoying the beautiful coastline of St. Augustine. It is a perfect opportunity to shop then go for a swim!

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