Where Is the Best Vermont Farmers Market?

The Green Mountain State is known for its diverse agricultural industry, where a variety of dairy farms, maple sugarhouses, orchards, and pastures produce some of the best meats, cheeses, and vegetables in the country. Vermont is also home to countless farm stands and over 85 farmers markets, where consumers can purchase a wide variety of locally-grown foods, plants, and handmade crafts, and even speak directly to farmers and artisans who produce them. The next time you stay with GetAway Vacations, stop by a Vermont Farmers Market and taste the delicious bounty of our state for yourself!

Our Favorite Vermont Farmer’s Markets

Vermont Farmers Food Center

Home of the winter farmers market in Rutland, VT, the Vermont Farmers Food Center is dedicated to sustaining local agriculture and ensuring food self-sufficiency in the area. This facility hopes to encourage residents to consume fresh, locally-grown food to improve their health and the economic well-being of the community. Throughout the year, visitors can enjoy a variety of food festivals, educational programs, and other farm and food-related events that take place at the food center and around town. 

Rutland County Farmer’s Market

The Rutland County Farmers Market is the oldest market in Vermont and is open each May through November in downtown Rutland. Here, guests will find everything from fresh produce and baked goods to natural cheeses and local wines, as well as flowers, herbs, homemade soaps, ceramics, and other artisanal crafts. You can stop by each vendor booth and get to know local farmers and merchants, all while enjoying live music and some fresh mountain air.

Woodstock Farmer’s Market

Open Tuesday through Sunday all year long, the Woodstock Farmers Market in Woodstock, VT, invites guests to peruse a wide selection of organic produce, fresh meats, and more. Their friendly staff are both passionate and knowledgeable about the food, where it comes from, and how to prepare it, and are happy to answer any questions you may have. The market also has a kitchen that serves outstanding breakfast, lunch, and dinner entrees, and a bakery that offers delicious pies, cookies, brownies, and more.

Burlington Farmer’s Market

Although an hour away from Killington, a trip to the Burlington Farmers Market is well worth the drive. Located in the city’s historic downtown area, this market is open year-round and has outdoor vendors in warmer months and an indoor market during Vermont’s chilly winters. Shoppers can enjoy a bounty of fresh produce, sweet treats, and meats, as well as world-famous cheeses. You can also find plants, flowers, herbs, and edible blossoms that are the perfect addition to any home or garden.

Come Home to GetAway Vacations!

After a wonderful day at a Vermont farmers market, come back to one of our beautiful Killington vacation rentals and enjoy preparing a delicious meal with all of those fresh ingredients! All of our homes offer modern amenities like fully-equipped kitchens, gas grills, and spacious dining areas, so you and your family can enjoy a scrumptious dinner complete with beautiful mountain views. We can’t wait to hear about you create!

For more information on things to do this spring in Vermont,
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