Explore farmers markets in St. Tammany

Curtis Macken

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ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA - Farmers markets often provide the freshest seasonal fruits and vegetables, as well as baked goods and locals' favorite foods. Accompanied by morning sunlight and sometimes live music, explore these five weekly recurring farmers market in St. Tammany.

  1. Camellia City Farmers Market in Slidell
    You can find this farmers market in Olde Towne's Griffith Park at 333 Erlanger or by Slidell Auditorium parking lot every Saturday mornings from 8 am to 12 pm. It offers local produce, arts and crafts, prepared foods and preserves, and occasional mobile brick-oven pizza and live music.
  2. Folsom Farmers Market
    The market is held every Saturdays from 2 pm to 5 pm at Giddup Up Folsom, a cafe and community space located near horse farms. You can purchase fresh produce, plants, meats, breads, prepared foods, body care items, and fine art from local growers and makers.
  3. Madisonville Makers Market
    Every Sundays from 10 am to 2 pm. at Madisonville Ball Park & Playground, over 150 rotating vendors of this market offer a variety of items, such as fresh vegetables and fruits, prepared foods, plants, original art and crafts, wellness and body care items, and home decoration and apparel.
  4. Mandeville Trailhead Community Market
    The market is always busy on Saturday mornings with local arts and crafts showcase, handmade soaps and birdhouses, farmers with their fresh produce, and plenty of cooks offering ready-to-eat foods. Sometimes you can enjoy local singer-songwriters performing on the pavilion stage.
  5. Abita Springs Art & Farmers Market
    Every Sundays from noon to 4 pm, the market is held next to the Tammany Trace at the Abita trailhead. Local goods offered range from pastured poultry and wild-caught seafood to personal care products and works by artisans. Live music from the Trailhead Museum stage adds some festivities to the market.

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