Winter Garden Florida: Farmer’s Market and so much more.

The Winter Garden Farmers Market offers a large selection of vendors who sell everything from locally grown produce to beard-care items.

It takes place 9 a.m.-2 p.m. on Saturdays in Winter Garden’s Downtown Pavilion.

Address: 104 S. Lakeview Ave, Winter Garden.

Parking: Free parking on the street, in several lots and a garage. The two closest parking options are Winter Garden’s parking garage (160 S. Boyd St.) and City Hall parking lot (300 W. Plant St.). Insider tip: If you want to avoid pedestrians, traffic and make a quick exit after visiting the farmers market, go to the Plant & Dillard parking lot (114 E. Plant St.). For all parking options, click here.

Produce: The majority of fresh vegetables and fruit is located under the pavilion. We suggest bringing a shopping bag and arriving early for the best selection. A few other vendors sell produce throughout the farmers market.

Ready-to-eat: Popsicles, fresh-squeezed lemonade, cookies, popcorn, pizza, snow cones, ice cream, guacamole, salsa and fish dips.

Other goods: Orchids, soaps, lotions, candles, essential oils, artwork, clothes, jewelry, hot sauce, plants, honey, coffee, fresh bread, pastries, homemade pasta, various desserts, jams, jellies and pickles.

Kid-friendly: Yes. There is an interactive splash pad for kids open 9 a.m.-5 p.m. as well as multiple events throughout the year where the market offers crafts and other kid-friendly activities. There is also a face-painting vendor as well as few that sell bows and hair accessories for children.

Pet-friendly: Yes. Vendors sell dog treats, pet care supplies and fashion items, including personalized bandannas. There are a few pet waste stations around the market, just in case pet parents forget to bring doggie doo bags. Downtown Winter Garden is also pet-friendly, with many restaurants allowing well-behaved, leashed dogs in outdoor dining areas

Entertainment: There is live music from local musicians every Saturday as well as seasonal entertainment, including visits from Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny.

Payment: Credit cards, debit cards and cash accepted at most booths (check with vendors to see what types of payment they accept). No SNAP/EBT accepted. There’s an ATM on site if you need to withdraw cash.

To learn more:

Visit for more information on the farmers market — including how to become a vendor.

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