With cooler weather around the corner, heading to a farmers’ market sounds like the perfect fall activity. If you’re out in Lake County, or planning on heading over there, Mr. Clean Can has chosen his favorite farmers’ markets that you and the family should visit. So, check out the farmers’ markets below, grab your mask, and head over to one of these great markets!
Downtown Clermont Farmers’ Market
The Downtown Clermont Farmers’ Market features 40+ vendors. These vendors include a wide variety of products for sale, from fresh produce, to seafood, to soaps, they have it all! They are open on Sundays from 9 AM-2 PM, and they’re located in Historic Downtown Clermont around City Hall! If you are looking for fresh, local products, look no further than this market. Along with this, they have plenty of safety precautions in effect, so you know you and your family will be safe as you shop around! If you want to learn more, just head over to their website to see more information on their different vendors!
Renningers Farmers’ Market
Located in Mount Dora, Renningers Farmer’s Market has a ton to offer. Not only are they a farmers’ market, but they also have a flea market! So you know you will have plenty of options to check out while shopping. They have over 100 vendors who offer just about everything you can imagine. You’ll find jewelry, clothing, fresh food, pet supplies, and so much more while walking around this market. They are open on Saturdays and Sundays from 8 AM to 4 PM, and we recommend getting there early so you have time to look through everything they have to offer! Renningers Farmers’ Market has safety guidelines to follow, to learn more about these and more about the market in general, head here.
Cagan Crossings Farmers’ Market
The fastest growing farmers’ market in Four Corners, Cagan Crossings Farmers’ Market, has some great vendors to shop from! If you are looking for fresh fruits and veggies, breads, art, or unique gifts, this market is for you! They set up right in front of the Cagan Crossings Community Library every Friday from 9 AM to 2 PM (they close at 1 PM in the summertime)! If you have never been to this area, it’s easy to find! Located right off of 192, you won’t have to drive far once you are on Highway 27 to get there. After you’re done shopping through the farmers’ market, be sure to check out the other local shops and restaurants located there in Cagan Crossings! If you want to know more about the Cagan Crossings Farmers’ Market, be sure to check out their website!
No matter which farmers’ market you choose to go to, or if you decide to visit all of these, we guarantee you will leave with great quality products. Nothing is better than coming home with fresh produce and locally made products! If you have any farmers’ markets you’d recommend, we would love to hear them. Be sure to include them in a comment below!