Beloit Farmers’ Market
Beloit Farmers’ Market has been drawing thousands of locals and visitors to the heart of Downtown Beloit since 1975! There will be more than 130 vendors this summer continuing to be the second largest farmers’ market in Wisconsin, second to Dane County.
Shop the wonderful open-air market in the heart of historic Downtown Beloit. The Market is an award-winning community tradition, with vendors selling local produce, organics, baked goods, honey, jams & jellies, bedding plants, fish, meat, eggs & cheese, fresh flowers, and more.
While there, get your reusable bags for just $5 and Beloit Farmers’ Market stickers for just $2 at the Information Booth.
SNAP is accepted at the Farmers’ Market. Get your tokens at the Information Booth and look for the SNAP signage at vendor booths.
Items you can find at the Farmers’ Market:
Artisan cheeses, spice blends, teas, cheesecake, BBQ sauce, honey, eggs, seafood, pork, elk, beef, heirloom cherry tomatoes, green tomatoes, green and yellow beans, Michigan blueberries, beets, sweet corn, sweet onions, zucchini, jams and jellies, yellow squash, kohlrabi, cut basil, parsley, broccoli, cauliflower, green onions, green/ purple cabbage, Jalapeno peppers, Swiss chard, cucumbers, pickles, relish, and so much more!
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- Hours are from 8 am to 1 pm Saturdays. Rain or shine.
- Pets are not allowed in the market; pets have not been allowed since September 2014.