Plan Your Visit & FAQs

Location: 

300 W. Ballentine St. on the northern part of the "loop" outside the Holly Springs Cultural Center.

Traditional Season: 

Every Saturday from May through mid-October from 8:00am to Noon.

Winter Season: 

First and third Saturdays of each month November through April from 9:30am to Noon.



Where do I park? 

Find free parking in public parking lots and garages at the corner of Ballentine & Avent Ferry, as well as at the Cultural Center and Town Hall.

Can I bring my pet?

 Friendly dogs are permitted at market on non-extendable leashes. The information tent has waste bags if needed.

It’s hot/cold/raining/snowy/windy/a holiday. Are you open? 

Our market is open regardless of weather or temperature unless conditions are dangerous! In the event of hazardous weather, we will always announce a market closure on our website and via social media. Check our events page for the market schedule. Beginning in May 2021 we will be open every Saturday year-round with just a few exceptions for major holidays and Town events.

How do I become a vendor?

Check out our "become a vendor" page.
Public Parking Downtown

Tips for a Bountiful Market Visit

 

Bring small denominations and change.

 Most vendors accept credit cards, but cash is always appreciated! Small bills help vendors make change throughout the day.

Bring your own bags or basket.

 It's helpful and environmentally friendly to bring your own basket or bags to carry your purchases. 

Interact with the vendors.

 Our vendors are excited to share information on how their food is grown or made, their farming/preparation practices, and the best way to prepare, store or preserve their produce or products. 

Try new things.

 Each month, new produce items become available. If you find a vegetable or product that's new to you and want to give it a try, ask the vendor if you can taste it and how to prepare it.
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The Farmers Market is operated and managed by the Department of Parks & Recreation