Farmers Markets in the Nashville Area


This is the easiest time of year to get your fill of fresh fruits and veggies, so let’s take advantage of it! Here is a round-up of Nashville-area Farmer’s Markets. Did we miss your fave? Add it in the comments!

Nashville Farmers Markets Farmers Markets in the Nashville Area

Cheatham County Markets

Ashland City Farmers Market

This market has been around since 2004 and actually has an evening AND a morning option, so take your pick! Note that the morning market will have limited vendors.
Evening Market: 175 Old Cumberland St, Ashland City, TN 37015
Morning Market: 100 Public Square, Ashland City, TN 37015

Kingston Springs Farmers and Artisan’s Market 

This market just keeps getting better! Visit for fresh veggies, kids activities, and live music!
396 Spring St, Kingston Springs, TN 37082

Davidson County Markets

Nashville Farmers’ Market

This one is probably the most well known market in our area! In addition to farm fresh produce, here you can find restaurants, crafts, classes, and more!
900 Rosa L. Parks Boulevard, Nashville, TN 37208

Farm Sheds busiest on weekends; garden center open daily

12 South Farmers Market

Head to this Sevier Park for local food, live music, and food trucks at this beloved neighborhood happening!
3000 Granny White Pike, Nashville, TN 37204

Richland Park Farmer’s Market

Everything that is offered at this year-round market is grown or produced within 150 miles of Nashville. During the Spring and Fall, they have up to 55 vendors!
4701 Charlotte Ave, Nashville, TN 37209

East Nashville Farmers’ Market

From organic veggies to artisan cheeses, East Nashville has what you’re looking for! Everything sold at this market was grown within a couple hours of Nashville, so you know it’s fresh!
511 Woodland Street Nashville, TN 37206

Hip Donelson Farmers Market

Located at the gorgeous Two Rivers Mansion, this market offers an idyllic setting, as well all the fresh and local products you could want!
2705 Lebanon Pike Nashville, TN, 37214

Wedgewood Houston Farmer’s Market

The Wedgewood-Houston Farmers’ Market features 40+ local farmers, bakers, chefs, food trucks, makers, and more, every Wednesday, May 3rd-Nov. 1st, 4-7pm. Join us at The Outfield on Chestnut Street for local fruits, veggies, freshly baked breads, freshly-squeezed lemonades, good vibes, and great times.
Located just behind Nashville’s new Live Nation building at Chestnut & 4th, The Outfield is an acre of communal green space featuring the old Greer Stadium guitar-shaped scoreboard. Find plenty of park seating or bring a blanket for a picnic. Free garage parking is available onsite at 1125 B 4th Ave South

Bellevue Farmer’s Market

The Bellevue Farmers Market is held every Thursday (4pm to 7pm) from May thru October. We are located in the heart of Bellevue at Red Caboose Park. The Bellevue Farmers Market features a variety of local growers and vendors, weekly food trucks, a nearby playground, and a fun family friendly environment.
Red Caboose Park, 656 Colice Jeanne Road, Bellevue

Old Hickory Village Farmer’s Market

Every Tuesday 4-7pm April – Mid September. Old Hickory Village Farmers Market is a producer only market. April 4th is opening day.
1105 Hadley Ave, Old Hickory

Rutherford County Markets

Lascassas Farmers Market 

Meet some local farmer’s at this year round market!
7684 Barlow Lane Lascassas, TN 37085

Rutherford County Farmers’ Market

This market not only has locally grown goods, but they also offer FREE educational classes each morning at 9am!
315 John R. Rice Blvd Murfreesboro, TN 37129

Murfreesboro Saturday Market

The 2023 Murfreesboro Saturday Market is open every Saturday, starting May 6 through October 28. They are open for business around the Historic Rutherford County Courthouse from 8 a.m.-noon. This Farmers Market features locally grown produce, locally raised beef, poultry, and pork, fresh eggs, and baked goods from local bakers. They also have area artisans/crafters at the market and feature local musicians each Saturday.
Main Street Murfreesboro (downtown)

Smyrna Depot Farmer’s Market

Every Saturday 8am – 12pm, During Market Season (May 20-Sep 16)
The Smyrna Depot Farmers Market (SDFM) is excited to host an array of farm/food vendors along with artisans and crafters. The SDFM is a proud member of PickTN products and an affiliate of Carpe Artista. In 2020 we introduced weekly live/local music on the Train Depot Stage, and we will continue to make that part of our market tradition. Thanks to Smyrna Parks and Recreation, our location is able to accommodate more vendors again this year, along with fun family activities throughout the season.
98 Front Street, Smyrna

City of La Vergne Farmer’s Market

The market will be open on Tuesdays, from 3 p.m. – 7 p.m., June 6 through August 29.
Our mission is to provide a venue where local farmers, producers, crafters, and artisans can come together to provide a variety of fresh produce and related products directly to our residents and visitors.   Only agricultural or handmade products and crafts will be accepted.
The Farmers Market is located on the walking trail at Bicentennial Park next to La Vergne City Hall at 5093 Murfreesboro Road

Eagleville Farmer’s Market

Our goal is to create an opportunity to shop locally for homegrown and homemade food right in Eagleville. Open Saturdays 7A-noon during season. Kicks off in June.
259 N. Main Street, Eagleville

Sumner County Markets

Gallatin Farmers Market

Located in the historic downtown district, this market is easily accessible and offers the best in local veggies, meats, baked goods and more!
160 W Franklin Street Gallatin, TN 37066

Goodletsville Farmer’s Market

This market not only offers fresh produce, but you’ll also be able to find children’s activities and live music!
705 Caldwell Drive Goodletsville TN 37075

Hendersonville Farmers Market

This market is held in The Streets of Indian Lake shopping center. They are expected to open a new plaza any day!
300 Indian Lake Blvd Hendersonville, TN 37075

Portland Farmer’s Market

This evening market is a great option if you don’t feel like shopping during the heat of the day!
100 E. Market Street Portland, TN 37148

Williamson County Markets

Berry Farms Farmers Market

Make sure to check out their handy website to see what produce is currently in season!
5005 Captain Freeman Pkwy, Franklin, TN 37064 in the Berry Farms Town Center

Brentwood Farmers Market

This relatively new market is great evening option for anyone in the Brentwood area!
Greenspace in front of the Mooreland Mansio

Franklin Farmers Market

Find this market at the historic Factory at Franklin! While you’re visiting this weekly market, make sure to check out the handmade crafts. After you get home, check their website for recipe ideas for your day’s purchases!
230 Franklin Road Franklin, TN 37064

Nolensville Farmer’s Market

Stop by the Nolensville Farmer’s Market for plenty of organic produce, delicious baked goods, and maybe a food truck or two!
7248 Nolensville Rd. Nolensville TN 37135
Saturdays: May through November, 8am-12pm

Thompson’s Station Farmer’s Market

The Thompson’s Station Farmer’s Market is a market built on the idea of buying local. The mid-week market is perfect for folks looking to grab fresh produce, enjoy artisan crafted items, or just hang with friends and family. This market is for folks who grow it, raise it, make it, or bake it! You can find us doing big things every Tuesday from 4-7 p.m., May – October.
4683 Columbia Pike, Thompson’s Station, TN 37179
Tuesdays 4pm-7ppm May – Oct

Wilson County Markets

Mt. Juliet Farmer’s Market

This market is open THREE days a week! Plenty of time to stock up!
1075 Charlie Daniels Pkwy Mount Juliet, Tennessee 37122

City of Lebanon Farmer’s Market

Open Mondays 9-5, Tuesday-Saturday 7A-6P
143 S Maple St, Lebanon, TN 37087

Shop Spring Farms 

Monday-Saturday 9:00-6;00, Sunday 11:30-6:00

3939 Sparta Pike, Watertown, TN 37184

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When I moved to Nashville when I was 11, I never knew how deep my roots would run here! I attended Belmont University (Go Bruins!) where I met my husband David. We were married in 2008, and 4 months later, he was off to Iraq for a year. A couple of years after he returned home, we had our first daughter, Madeline, who is a lively redhead that keeps us on our toes! Any and all rumors you've ever heard about the nature of redheads are in fact true. Our second little girl, Violet, was born in July of this year and is the sweetest little addition. Before having children, I worked as a pediatric nurse for 7 years, and last year worked at two Williamson County high schools as a Health Science teacher. I will once again be staying home with the birth of our second daughter. I am new to the world of blogging, but look forward to the experience of getting to share stories, tips and advice with other local moms!


  1. Williamson County also has a market in Thompson’s Station on Tuesday evenings. It starts in May and goes through Fall.


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