Greenville State Farmers Market
1354 Rutherford Road, Greenville
A year-round market featuring local produce, specialty goods, plants and garden accessories. Seasonal events include spring, autumn and holiday festivals. (Monday-Saturday)

TD Saturday Market
McBee Avenue and Main Street, Greenville
One of Bon Appetit’s “13 Farmers Markets Worth Traveling For,” with in-season produce, eggs, cheese, meats and other goods from area growers. (Saturday mornings, May-October)

The Toasty Farmer
6 Whitlee Court, Greenville
at Brewery 85
A winter market with freshly harvested greens and root veggies, cheeses, smoked trout, kombucha, pastries, artisan goods and craft beer. (Midday Saturdays, December-March)

Hub City Farmers Market 
498 Howard St., Spartanburg
at Northside Harvest Park
The longest-running market in the Upstate, with local produce, meat, dairy, baked goods and artisan crafts. Live music and kids’ activities, too. (Saturday mornings, April-December)

Travelers Rest Farmers Market
235 Trailblazer Drive, Travelers Rest
at Trailblazer Park
A gathering of local vendors offering fresh meat, cheese, fruit, vegetables and baked goods as well as artisan wares. (Saturday mornings, May-September)

Anderson County Farmers Market
402 N. Murray Ave., Anderson
Featuring vendors whose goods are grown, produced or processed within a 50-mile radius of Anderson. Special-event markets, too. (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings, June-November)

Clemson Farmers Market
578 Issaqueena Trail, Clemson
at Patrick Square Village Green
Fresh local produce, specialty foods, arts and crafts … and lots of socializing. (Thursday afternoons, May-September)

Easley Farmers Market
205 N. First St., Easley
at City Hall
A downtown market filled with local growers, purveyors and makers. Food trucks, entertainment and activities, too. (Saturday mornings, April-September)

Fountain Inn Farmers Market
110 Depot St., Fountain Inn
A large variety of fresh produce and craft vendors along with family activities and entertainment. There’s a Merry Market during the holiday season, too. (Saturday mornings, May-October)

Greer Farmers Market
301 E. Poinsett St., Greer
at Greer City Park
A market emphasizing locally grown, locally crafted products in a lovely park setting. These vendors are known for offering lots of samples. (Saturday mornings, May-October)

Mauldin Farmers Market
101 E. Butler Road, Mauldin
A summer market showcasing the Upstate’s freshest produce, baked goods and crafty wares as well as family-friendly activities. (Tuesday evenings, June-July)

Simpsonville Farmers Market
405 E. Curtis St., Simpsonville
at Simpsonville City Park
An open-air market with locally grown fruits and vegetables along with fresh eggs, meat, artisan cheeses, locally roasted coffee, and health and beauty care items. (Saturday mornings, May-September)


Greenville’s TD Saturday Market is one of The South’s Best Farmers Markets, per Southern Living.


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