Where to Shop and Support Local at El Paso-Area Farmers Markets In April
The return of a night market and the Downtown Art and Farmers Market this month means El Pasoans who like their veggies and fruits direct from local farmers have even more weekly farmers markets to shop for local goodness at in April.
Country Club Farmers Market expands its market offerings with the weekly Night Market on Friday and Saturday evenings in the same location it holds its Saturday morning market. Now those who have to work, have chores to do, or errands to run on a weekend mid-afternoon can also stock up on seasonal produce and buy locally made arts and crafts.
The City of El Paso relaxing restrictions on the use of certain city facilities and services, and transitioning from COVID crisis to COVID coexistence means the Downtown Art and Farmers Market has finally gotten the go-ahead to reopen after a year-long shutdown. The city sponsored market has returned to its traditional Saturday location.
Other options for outdoor market shopping while taking in the mostly pleasant weather spring time in El Paso offers include County Club Farmers Market, Upper Valley Artists and Farmers Market, and Farmers Market at Ardovino’s Desert Crossing on the west side. Eastsiders who don't want to make the drive across town have the Desert Artisan & Farmer's Market to call their own.
And if you’re up for a short road trip to our neighboring city of Las Cruces, the Farmers & Crafts Market of Las Cruces has numerous vendors slinging their wares and organically grown alternatives in a fresh air shopping setting as well.
Farmers Markets In & Around El Paso Open in April
Night Market - Local vendors, food truck rally, and live music from local bands hosted by the Country Club Farmers Market at the Upper Valley Food Truck Park at 1071 Country Club Rd. every Friday and Saturday evening from 6 to 10. More Info
Country Club Farmers Market – Featuring fresh and organic fruits, vegetables, herbs, cold pressed juices, honey, pecans, meats, eggs, cheese, and butter from local El Paso farmers. Handcrafted goods and treats from local artists, artisans, chefs, bakers, farmers, as well as numerous food trucks. Saturdays 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. 1071 Country Club Rd. More Info
El Paso Downtown Art and Farmers Market - (Beginning April 10) Shop for original arts and crafts and regionally grown produce in an outdoor setting while enjoying entertainment featuring local artists, food vendors and free activities. Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Union Plaza District along Anthony Street. More Info
Upper Valley Artist and Farmer’s Market – Farm fresh products, local artisan hand crafted items, and local vendors presented in a “beautiful village atmosphere. Sundays 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Mesa Plaza (front of Hobby Lobby). More Info
Desert Artisan & Farmer's Market - 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. every other Saturday at The Pavillion @ Oasis Lanes & Amusement Center, 1660 North Zaragoza. More Info
Farmer’s Market at Ardovino’s Desert Crossing – The “producers only” market features area farmers, backyard gardeners and artisans selling organic and pesticide-free vegetables, locally-made goat cheeses, natural free-range eggs, and fresh-baked breads and salsas. Saturdays 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. 1 Ardovino Drive, Sunland Park, N. Mex. More Info
Farmers & Crafts Market of Las Cruces – Seven city blocks of handcrafted, homemade, and homegrown produce, farm-raised meat, freshly baked breads, and crafts by thefarmers, growers, artists, and craftspeople of Dona Ana County, NM. Saturdays 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. 221 N. Main (Downtown). More Info