Farmers Markets in Red River Headwaters & Canadian River Area

From Canyon, TX to Woodward, OK

As we start to move out of the bitter cold of winter and into sunshine is coming the one thing on the horizon. Where are the local farmers’ markets to visit on the weekends?

A fun activity that is becoming more in demand as people start looking toward getting locally grown food and products. So you may be curious to know what are the spots to hit. Well, last season of 2023 I took a fun trip around to see where were some of the best sports to hit between Texas and Oklahoma. These are also markets you can visit in the 2024 season and hope you take advantage of it!

Canyon Farmers Market

This market is set up in the beautiful downtown square of Canyon Texas. Not only do they have a wide selection of vendors, but this spot also features local businesses. When I visited last season I was able to get variety of items from creamed honey at Hefley Hives, fresh dill from Garden of Eden, and even baked goods from Anna’s Kitchen. This only scratched the surface of the fresh veggies, homemade soap, hand-crafted jewelry, and beautifully made pottery! 

Mid-June – September Saturdays, 8 am – 12 pm in Canyon Downtown Square

Golden Market

Snuggled up in the heart of Amarillo, the Golden Market is open twice a week from Spring to Early fall. You can get fresh ingredients for whatever meal you have planned! We suggest you go as early as possible because by 10 am a lot of vendors are sold out OR have left already for the day. They have everything you need from homemade jam, onions, watermelon, and locally raised beef!

July – September on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday from 7 am – 12 pm at 3701 Plains Blvd, Amarillo TX, in Sunset Center

Pampa Farmers Market

This farmers market shares a parking lot with Tractor Supply and the variety of local products gets every checked off your list! One of our favorite food producers, Bear Creek Farms LLC, set up regularly there during their growing season with their hydroponic grown veggies. Along with fresh tomatoes, I was also able to get freshly jarred blackberry jam from Jason’s Goodies and snag an herbal tea from The Blessed Bee that helps with sleeping. Couldn’t we all use a little more sleep?

The market is Saturday 8 am – 12 pm from July 1st to October 7th at 2545 Perryton Pkwy, Pampa, TX

Sayre Route 66 Farmers Market

Many smaller towns have similar farmers markets that may not have a lot, but the product is always quality! At the Sayre Farmers Market, John and Brenda Hill have held firm in working on giving their community options at their farmers market. They work closely with the McGhee Family Farm and even found Amish producers to work with. They have the willpower to keep pushing through and helping bring fresh and local to their town and surrounding towns. Visit Sayre this coming season for their Farmers Market this season and enjoy a drive on Route 66!

July – September Tuesdays 5 pm – 7 pm (Check Facebook Page beforehand) and Saturday Mornings 8 am – 12 pm

Woodward Farmers Market

If you need some spicy and unique peppers I recommend putting the Woodward Farmers Market on your list! Not only does it feature MMM, Spice It Up, and their peppers, but they have a selection of fresh fruit and vegetables and they host a flea market on the first Saturday of every month if you are looking for some extra shopping. 

May to end of October every Saturday, 8 am – 1 pm and Tuesday & Thursday 2 pm – 6 pm at 13th St at Locust Ave, Woodward, OK

Some Markets NOT featured but you should visit!

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