Wonderful!! Its a smaller farmers market but packed with great vendors! We love visiting on Saturday morning (free parking ), and getting fresh vegetables and fruit as well as other items like fresh eggs, meat, and waffles!!! There are vendors who make and sell soap, wonderful, long lasting candles, leather and wood products, face masks and even a knife sharpener! Each week there is live music. When we have company from out-of-town, we always enjoy taking them along with us for a visit to the Farmers market in Waxhaw.
Always have a wide selection of fresh locally grown produce with kind and informative vendors ready to give guidance and tips for growing and preparing fresh produce A regular stop on weekends
Everybody should support their local farmers that made waxhaw a town on maps across the US. Not every small town gets the chance to be seen on globes, but our local farms made people want to join them in this town Ive called home for well over 20 years. Continue to support our local farmers and produce!
Lots of great produce vendors, locally raised grass fed beef and pork, eggs, organic body care, natural medicinals, olive oil, flowers, plants, baked goods, kettle corn, coffee, gluten free bakery, jams & condiments, herbs, and more!
I visit farmers markets all over the Southeast, and I was looking forward patronizing this market and support local vendors. I was particularly interested in trying the waffle vendor! However, as soon as I arrived, I was approached and told my dog was not allowed into the market due to health policies. I had actually come from the Fort Mill market where many dogs were present, and in my experience with outdoor markets, dogs are very typically allowed and actually welcomed with bowls of water. While I can respect the rules of individual markets, there is no mention of this policy on their website. I drove out of my way, and that could have been avoided by adding that this market strictly enforces no dogs. Otherwise, it looked like a fine market, but I couldnt say for sure.