Wisconsin has some of the very best farmers markets in the country. We have the freshest produce, great locally produced items like honey, and you may even run into a food truck or two. Here are the best farmers markets in Wisconsin.
1. Downtown Appleton Farmers Market
What's nice about this market is that there is stuff year round at the indoor market. There are sometimes different themes, such as Health and Wellness, which feature representatives from spas and personal trainers. Midweek Farm Market Weds. 2-6pm thru Sept. 30 in Houdini Plaza
Saturdays 8am-12:30 thru Oct. 31 on College Ave.
2. Oshkosh Farmers Market
At this market, there are 150 vendors per week (downtown/outdoor/summer), 25 vendors per week (mid-week) and 36 vendors per week (indoor/winter). There is also frequently live music.
547 N Main Street, Oshkosh.
3. Menomonie Farmers Market
This market has over 40 vendors. The Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program and the Women, Infants and Children Program vouchers can be redeemed at the market. These USDA programs assist low-income senior citizens and families in purchasing fresh and healthful produce directly from farmers. Main Street and 17th St E, Menomonie.
4. Farmers Market on Broadway
There is something for everyone at this market, from veggies to food from local restaurants to sweet treats. 139 N Broadway, Green Bay.
5. Hilldale Farmers Market
This market has been around since 1977. They truly have everything here, including things like sheep wool and locally grown and ground pancake mix. 702 N Midvale Blvd, Madison.
6. Viroqua Farmers Market
This farmers market has over 50 vendors each and every week. And all of these vendors are based within a 100 mile radius of the market. 215 S Main St, Viroqua.
7. Milaeger's Great Lakes Farmers Market
This farmers market has plenty in the way of vendors and they also have live music weekly. For the kids, there is something called the "kids corner," where they can learn to do various crafts. 4838 Douglas Ave, Racine.
8. Sparta Wisconsin Farmers Market
Check out the quality of the produce sold at the Sparta Farmers Market. There is also bakery for sale as well as locally produced crafts. Main Street, Sparta.
9. Minocqua Farmers Market
This market is all about diversity. You will find everything from soaps to veggies to even wild rice. Minocqua Park, Hwy 70 West.
10. Eau Claire Downtown Farmers Market
People have been selling fruits and veggies in Eau Claire for decades, but the farmers market association was formed in 1980. Currently, there are over 70 vendors. 300 Riverfront Terrace, Eau Claire.