Farmer's Markets

The Foodlink Grey Bruce network "Buy Local! Buy Fresh" is a directory that lists farmers and culinary events.  Locate a farmers market or find a restaurant that serves locally grown cuisine. You can find everything from beer and cheese to apples and bison.

Nothing tastes better than serving your family fresh, locally grown produce all season long.  Bruce County boasts locally grown and produced foods such as: Fruit & Vegetables; Meat & Dairy; Bakery & Confectionaries; Honey, Syrup & Preserves; Beans, Grains & Flour, and Beverages. You can seek out the produce and pick it right from the farms in an array of farming techniques from organic, natural and traditional.

Hobby farmers, Mennonite farmers and garden market farmers all add to the diversity of local markets. They offer choices from fresh vegetables and fruit to fish and beef. Homemade fudge, sumptuous seasonal berry pies and organic products are just some of the main sweet things you can find at the numerous farmer's markets. Most markets run from the May long weekend until Canadian Thanksgiving this October.

Downtown or by the water, farmers’ markets are festive places to meet, spend some time and enjoy live music - bring the kids because it’s an outing for the whole family. Come to buy food and gifts and enjoy a meal, as many markets offer meals and treats to eat on site or take home.

Keady Farmers' Market

Keady Farmers' Market


Grey Rd. 3 Keady


Kincardine Farmers Market

Kincardine Farmers Market

133 Broadway St


Lion's Head Farmers' Market

Lion's Head Farmers' Market


1 Forbes Street (at the Beach Pavilion)

Lion's Head

Paisley Farmers' Market

Paisley Farmers' Market


277 Queen St. N (in LCBO parking Lot)


Port Elgin Farmer's Market

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519 832-5565

Corner of Green and Goderich St.

Port Elgin

Secrets of the Back 40... A Farm Gate Experience

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21 Queen Street


Tobermory Farmer's Market

Tobermory Farmer's Market



Wiarton Farmers Market

Wiarton Farmers Market


Berford Street Parkette Downtown