Fresh produce and other products are available for sale
Pioneer Park is a downtown city park in Salt Lake City, Utah. It is now becoming a more popular area for various attractions and events.
One of the main featured uses of Pioneer Park during the summer months is the Downtown Farmers Market. Although there are various Farmers Markets held in different locations, this Saturday event serves the people of downtown Salt Lake City and visitors to the area.
Who doesn't like getting fresh produce which has been just picked by the farmers who grew them? Farmers Markets are popular around the world because people do like good quality, fresh vegetables and fruits.
Saturdays are a time that people in the Salt Lake Valley can go to Pioneer Park to purchase fresh produce and other products. The Market is open from June 4 through October 22 each Saturday from 8 am to 2 pm. Pioneer Park is located at 350 West 300 South in Salt Lake City.
The Downtown Farmers Market is entering its 31st year of operation. It is a beloved summer tradition for many of the residents of Salt Lake City. Some people regularly take their whole family there on Saturdays during the summer.
Small local farms and businesses are able to bring their products directly to the public to sell in various booths at the Downtown Farmers Market. Some of the products which are offered are: fresh local fruits and vegetables, grass-fed meats, eggs, dairy, honey, and flora. There are also people selling locally made sauces, spreads, baked goods, and various other items.
People looking for something to do on Saturday mornings in Salt Lake City might consider visiting the Downtown Farmers Market at Pioneer Park.