2022 Farmers Markets, CSA's, and Stands, Are Sprouting Up in NoCo.

Yes! It's That Time Again! Fresh Food, Great Local Products, Gifts for Friends and Yourself.

By Melissa Shrader Editor/Publisher Fort Collins Macaroni Kid May 2, 2022

It's that time again! Farmers Markets are opening up from early May through June and running till the end of September to early October. I love summer farmer's markets. I know the products are fresh, local, and I can ask any questions directly to the farmers and producers. 

Get out and find your favorite market, stand, CSA or stand. 


Ace Hardware Parking Lot @ Harmony & Lemay Fort Collins 10am-2pm – Harmony & Lemay May 1st through mid-November
Old Fairgrounds Park Loveland 9am – 1pm  700 S Railroad Ave Loveland - June 5 - September 25 (not July 3rd).


Loveland West Farmers Market @JAX Located on 34 2665 W Eisenhower Blvd, Loveland at Jax parking lot Tuesdays from 9am – 1pm May 3rd– October 26th. 


Ace Hardware Parking Lot @ Harmony & Lemay Fort Collins 10am-2pm - June 16th Thru September


Centennial Park Wellington  May 14th - October 29th 4:30 pm -7:30pm Centennial Park 3rd & Harrison

Fickle Park Berthoud 9am-2pm, 6th st, June 198h Thru Sept 24th
Larimer County Farmers Market 9am – 1pm 200 S Oak St Fort Collins Courthouse May 21 – Oct 29th  
Greeley Summer Market 8am – 12pm At the Depot 902 7th Ave. Greeley 80631  May 7 – October 29

Boardwalk Park Windsor 9am-1pm Farmer’s Market Pavilion at Boardwalk Park 110 5th St., Windsor June 4 through Sept. 3

Farmer’s Market Resources:

List of Markets by County 
Colorado Crop Calendar

Colorado Farmers Market Association

Local CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) and Farms

Garden Sweet Fort Collins 
Happy Heart Farm Fort Collins 
Green Dog Farm CSA Fort Collins out)
On The Vine at Richmond Farm Fort Collins
Shire CSA Fort Collins
Jordan Farms Fort Collins

The Vegetable Connection

Gorden Creek Farms LLC
Olin Farms Longmont Virtual farm stand Tuesday - Thursday 11am-2pm pick up Saturday 11-2 

Dart Farms Berthoud

Here is a list of new modifications most Markets have rolled out:

- If you are sick, stay home to protect others.
- Please check to see if you need to wear a face mask when you are at the market.
- Wash or sanitize your hands upon entering the market.
- No customer handling of products.
- Do not place your personal bags on vendor tables.
- No seating or tables will be available for eating or socializing. Do not linger. Please socialize outside of the market area.
- The market will have a one-way flow. Please pay attention to signs and follow the directional flow.
- No more than two customers at a time at any vendor booth.
- Vendor booths are spaced six to eight feet apart.

Current events mean the landscape can change daily. We are doing our best to serve the farmers and vendors who rely on direct market sales for their livelihood and provide our community with the freshest, healthiest food available while considering the safety and health of everyone involved.

The short supply chain of local food is now more important than ever, and we will continue to strive to bring those products to you in the safest and most effective way possible.

These rules may change throughout the summer.