4 Summer Farmers Markets in Auburn and Opelika

summer farmers markets in Auburn and Opelika

Buying locally means that we can support our community—and our economy. If you’ve been craving some fresh fruits and vegetables, you can get them for an amazing price. All you have to do is visit one of our summer farmers markets in Auburn and Opelika. Read on to learn about the different options setting up their stands in town!

Opelika Grows

  • About: Did you know that Opelika Grows features food cultivated in town? It really does! You can hand-select fruits and vegetables tended to in local community gardens when you visit this incredible weekly farmers market. It also features baked goods, flowers, and honey.
  • Where: 1103 Glenn St., Opelika
  • When: Every Thursday, from 3 to 6 p.m.
  • Website: Click here

The Market at Ag Heritage Park

  • About: Support the community at The Market at Ag Heritage Park! From soap, to fresh produce, to cheese, and more—you’ll see an array of amazing options made or grown in town. 
  • Where: 925 Camp Auburn Road, Auburn
  • When: Every Thursday, from 4 to 6:30 p.m.
  • Website: Click here

Parkway Farmers Market

  • About: Our busy schedules can mean that we may miss farmers markets open only once per week. Parkway Farmers Market has its own storefront, offering fresh produce, plants, canned jellies, and all kinds of other goods. 
  • Where: 2180 First Ave., Opelika
  • When: Monday to Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Website: Click here

City Market

  • About: Homemade jams, fresh local produce, and frozen lemonade—these are just a few of the delicious options served up at the City Market. You may even find art there too. Add a visit to your calendar this season!
  • Where: 1150 S. Gay St., Auburn
  • When: Every Saturday this summer (except the Fourth of July), from 8 to 11 a.m.
  • Website: Click here

A Note about COVID-19 Precautions

If you’re thinking about visiting any one of these summer farmers markets in Auburn and Opelika, please remember to take the proper COVID-19 prevention precautions, so that we can keep our community safe and healthy. That means:

  • Wearing a mask;
  • Staying six feet apart or more from others;
  • Washing your hands for 20 seconds or longer;
  • Using hand sanitizer; and
  • Trying to only touch what goods you are planning to buy.

Thank you so much for prioritizing the well-being of those around you!


We have to admit it—thinking about all those baked goods, fresh fruits, and jams is making us hungry! Luckily, there are several sensational summer farmers markets in Auburn and Opelika to answer the call. 

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