Spanish Peaks Country’s Farmers and Artisans Markets
Spanish Peaks Country offers a variety of markets featuring locally grown food and hand-crafted goods. Check out any one of the following markets.
La Veta Farmers Market
Thursdays, 3 pm to 6 pm
Mid-May through Mid-October
Location: La Veta Library/Francisco Fort Museum Courtyard
The La Veta Farmers Market is a vibrant market venue, offering only locally and sustainably grown produce, vegetable and flower starts, organic lamb & pork & beef, sweet and savory pies, fresh baked breads, granola, jams, sauces, and honey.
Locally made products like soaps, woodworking, jewelry, skin care products are available each week. The market is free to vendors and everyone is welcome to participate.
Spanish Peaks Farm Stand
Fridays, 2 pm to 5 pm
May through September
Location: Spanish Peaks Regional Health Center, Walsenburg
The farm stand at Spanish Peaks Regional Health Center will be open to the community on Friday’s beginning June 30th from 2 -5 pm in the pergola next to the main entrance to the hospital. The stand will be open through the end of the growing season. Produce at the farm stand will be naturally grown and local.
A goal of the project is to work collaboratively with local farmers to support aspiring producers in creating a stable and sustainable place to launch their agricultural businesses while at the same time addressing county-wide food insecurity as well as the risk of illness that might be improved through diet.
Gardner Farmers Market
Saturdays, 10 am to 12:30 pm
May through October
Location: Pavilion next to Gardner Methodist Church
Since 2011, our wee village farmers market offers locals and visitors fresh local vegetables, fresh baked breads, sweet and savory pies, organic lamb & pork & beef, ice cream, granola, jams and sauces, fresh eggs, dried mushrooms, skin care products, quilts, jewelry and more. We offer only homemade or homegrown items.
Walsenburg Farm & Maker’s Market.
June through September
Location: Heritage Park, Walsenburg