» Mid-June through Mid-September

Just in town for the weekend? Making your stay in Pagosa Country an extended trip? In either case, stop by the Pagosa Farmers Market and pick up some local products to enjoy during your stay or take home with you as a unique token of Pagosa Springs. 

The Pagosa Farmers Market is open every Saturday morning from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. from mid-June to mid-September. The market is located on U.S. 160 at the east end of town.

Vendors bring to the market locally produced foods such as vegetables, grass-fed beef, pastured pork, cheeses, milk, eggs, breads, honey, pastries and canned goods. Other products include plants and plant starts as well as tree seedlings, natural skin care products and handmade articles of alpaca, mohair and wool. 

The Small Growers Coop is a unique market feature where you can purchase vegetables from a backyard grower who sometimes has an excess of one vegetable or another. 

Local products include those made in Pagosa Country with some raw materials from elsewhere given the limited availability of some resources in the area. 

The market is also a great place to meet people and learn about the agricultural livelihood of many local residents. This is the ideal place to put into practice the excellent advice, “Know your farmer, know your food.”

The market is definitely a fun, colorful place to hang out on a Saturday morning as it brings local producers and community members together and is a relaxed place to socialize, get errands done and even enjoy live music by area musicians. 

In addition to accepting cash or debit cards, market vendors accept SNAP Market Bucks for purchase of market food products and SNAP beneficiaries receive Double Up Bucks worth $20 with their first $20 SNAP purchase at each market.