A new and positive trend is showing up around our communities with the increased popularity of local markets. These have names with Fresh, Farmers, Open Air, Sunday and Green. Nearly all sell fresh fruits and vegetables at very good prices. Other vendors offer potted plants and flowers, jewelry, fresh bakery rolls and sweets, cheeses, fresh honey, various foods, arts and crafts, health and beauty products, and much more. Prices are often quite reasonable.
Many will also have one or more food concessions offering drinks and hot snacks/ lunches such as BBQ, Seafood, Greek, Empanadas, Hot Dogs, Tacos, Steak, Chicken (food varies). Entertainment by local musicians is common.
It is quite an enjoyable experience to browse for some fresh produce and good buys while listening to live music and perhaps taking a break for lunch!
Every Thursday, 9am - 1:30pm Oct 18 - May 30
3rd Saturdays, 8am - 12:30pm Jun - Sep
John Wilson Park,
Downtown Safety Harbor
No indication if it will reopen
|Where:||400 Alt. Keene Road, Largo
at Largo Community Center
November through May
Friday and Saturday from 9 am to 2 pm.
Downtown Dunedin in Pioneer Park
420 Main Street
|When:||Every Sunday, 10am - 2pm
|Where:||2043 Curlew Road, Palm Harbor
next to North Pinellas Historical Museum
|When:||Every Sunday, 10am - 3pm
Oct through Apr
|Where:|| Corner of Tarpon Ave and S. Pinellas Ave,
|Website:||Tarpon Sunday Market|
|When:||Every Saturday, 9am - 2pm
Oct through May
|Where:||Downtown St Petersburg
Al Lang Field, corner of 1st St and 1st Ave S
|Website:||Saturday Morning Market|