Milton Farmers’ Market COVID-19 UPDATE

The Milton Farmers’ Market has found a temporary home at Country Heritage Park. The market will open at our new location on Saturday, May 23 from 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM. We will have both an in-person market and online pre-ordering available. Admission to both Country Heritage Park and the Milton Farmers’ Market is free of charge.

For in-person shopping, we have vendors outside plus in the Gambrel Barn. For May 30th Market, we have modified some of the set-up to accommodate some shoppers’ concerns about the Barn being too crowded. Now, many more vendors will be outside.

The line-up of vendors may change each week based on the seasonality of their products. For more information about the Milton Farmers’ Market at Country Heritage Park including our current vendors listing, please visit our FAQ page.

To order from our vendors please click here.



Farm, Fresh, Fun

Nestled in the foot of the scenic Niagara Escarpment, the Milton Farmers’ Market has been bringing farm-fresh goodness and old-fashioned hospitality to Main Street, in downtown Milton, since 1972. Our farmers proudly display “picked fresh this morning” produce and the streets come alive with artisans and flower vendors. The Milton Chamber of Commerce operates the weekly Saturday morning event from May through October and is one of Ontario’s best outdoor Farmers’ Markets. This years Market will host over 40 vendors on Main Street.

Come stroll and visit the many farmers, vendors, florists and artisans from the Milton area. Bring your shopping list to choose from…

◦ fresh-picked fruits and vegetables including organically-grown
◦ preserves, jams, honey and apple cider
◦ breads and baked goods
◦ flowers and plants
◦ meats and cheeses
◦ ethnic and specialty foods
◦ crafts and pottery
◦ wine

While at the market you can also enjoy some sizzling back bacon on a bun and a cold drink at the Chamber’s Scholarship Café 2.0 operated by Troy’s Diner.  Remember that your purchase contributes to six $1000 scholarships that are awarded to local high school students every year.

Add to all this, the special events being promoted by local not-for-profit organizations, the local musicians and artists who set up at the market and, of course, the many Downtown shops that open early for Market days…and you have a great shopping experience for the whole family