Everyone loves Farmer's Markets in the Grand Valley. Finding farm fresh fruit and produce and meeting the great families who farm right here in Western Colorado is a great way to be in touch more with the community.

The conversations that happen down the aisles at a Farmer's Market remind me of a lot of the little conversations I hear people having after church lets out. The atmosphere is fun and friendly and you know you'll get to bring home something delicious from Grand Junction, Fruita, Palisade, and the surrounding area.

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When Do Farmer's Markets Open in Western Colorado?

Many of the large Farmer's Markets that occur weekly or twice a week often open from June to October. Some farm stands and markets are open now, while others will wait a few more weeks before seasonal operations begin.

What Farmstands and Farmer's Markets are Close to Grand Junction, Colorado?

We asked you which Farmer's Markets you love to visit near Grand Junction. A few of the markets mentioned below are not open just yet but several of them are holding weekly/daily hours right now.

Check Out Six Farmer's Markets to Visit in 2022

Below we will take a closer look at these area Farmer's Markets and find out when they are open, how to get there, and how to find out more info about the vendors at each of these stops along the way. Thanks to all our farm families for all you do in the Grand Valley every year!

6 Great Western Colorado Farmer's Markets to Visit in 2022

Looking for farm-fresh produce in Western Colorado? Check out these local favorite farmstands and Farmer's Markets in Western Colorado. Some are open now, while others open up from June to October.

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You'll definitely recognize the surroundings. Bob Grant loved capturing Western Colorado icons in the shot. Whenever possible, he'd get Mt. Garfield in the background. If Mt. Garfield weren't available, he'd get the Bookcliffs, Grand Mesa, or even the Colorado National Monument.

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You'll definitely recognize the surroundings. Bob Grant loved capturing Western Colorado icons in the shot. Whenever possible, he'd get Mt. Garfield in the background. If Mt. Garfield weren't available, he'd get the Bookcliffs, Grand Mesa, or even the Colorado National Monument.

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