Farmers Markets

Farmers markets are a perfect fit in Yuma’s warm and sunny climate. Starting your day out with a quick visit to get fresh bread or veggies for dinner, or strolling between the booths in a more leisurely way, it’s all up to you. Fresh citrus, fruits and vegetables, baked goods, spices, dried fruits, jewelry and unique clothing and crafts are the hallmarks of Yuma’s markets.

The Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday, Yuma Community Farmer Markets are put on by Crossroads Mission, and the proceeds go to assist with their programs to help the homeless. You can find the market at Yuma Palms Shopping Center parking lot in front of Kirkland's Home. Tuesdays and Saturdays from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Check out their Facebook page, @yumacommunityfarmersmarket for more details on when they're open.

The Wednesday, Vendors' Village & Farmers Markets are put on by Desert Grace Community Church, 12134 N. Frontage Road, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Check out their Facebook page, @vendorsvillageyuma for more details on when they're open.

Every Friday, the 224 downtown shops host a market in their small promenade. There will be fresh bread, handmade crafts, delicious sweets, and more! Check out all the vibrant items that will be sold every Friday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Check their Facebook event, 224 Downtown Market, for more details on when they're open.

Ag to Art Market: Feeding the Body & Soul

Visit Yuma created a once-monthly market that brings together both the best of agriculture and art! Farmers and local producers bring in their fresh bread, local honey, fresh eggs, melons, Medjool dates, citrus and vegetables from right around Yuma. The art and artists are all “locally sourced” as well, including visual arts, soaps, jewelry and natural products which come from this area. Check here for market dates and information.

Interested in becoming a vendor? These markets are perfect for those in the agriculture or art communities that have unique goods or services to showcase to Yumans and visitors. Fill out the vendor application below and return to Communications@VisitYuma.com. If you have any questions don't hesitate to reach out via email or by calling 928.783.0071.

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