farmers' markets and stands

Finding farm fresh food to bring to your table is one of the easiest things to do in Maine’s Lakes & Mountains because the region is also home to many family farms, making farmers’ markets and farm stands ideal venues for showcasing our magnificent agricultural bounty and building community, one basket full of goodies at a time. 

One notable market is the Bethel Farmers’ Market, held weekly in the quaint mountain village. Visitors can peruse a colorful array of locally grown produce, artisanal crafts, and handmade goods. Not to be outdone, Norway’s Alan Day Community Market is a treasure trove of fresh vegetables, fruits, and homemade treats—one favorite is the wood-fired pizza. We suggest heading out to the Harrison farmers market if you can. They’ve got a terrific group of vendors that bring the best of Maine’s produce: goat cheese, raw milk, maple syrup, eggs, highland beef, botanicals, and more!

Farm Stores and Farm Stands here run the gamut from the many roadside honor system stands to seasonal Maine maple makers or summer PYO berries and fall apples. Check in with some goats or alpacas at a fiber farm. Or spend an hour touring a family farm with an onsite store like Nezinscot’s in Turner. Also, please keep your eyes open for the traditional Farm Stands, which often sell their own produce and other locally grown fruits, veggies, and other farm products from around the region and the world. 

A visit to our farmer’s markets also allows for the support of local farmers while creating a lively atmosphere where neighbors and visitors alike can connect, fostering a sense of community and promoting sustainable, locally sourced living.

farmers' Markets


Gray Village Farmers’ Market
19D Portland Rd, Gray 
10 am – 1 pm

July through Oct.

Lewiston Farmers’ Market
2 Oxford Street, Lewiston
9:30 am – 1 pm
May through November

Sabattus Farmers’ and Artisans’ Market
190 Middle Rd, Sabattus
9 am – 3 pm
May through October


Kennedy Park Farmers’ Market 
120 Park St. Lewiston 
2 pm – 5 pm 
July through September

Rangeley Area Farmers’ Market
Sandy River Plantation Intersection of Route 4 and South Shore Drive
10 am – 2 pm
May through October


Downtown Rangeley Farmers’ Market
Depot Street On the corner of Depot Street and Main St, next to The Hideaway
10  am – 2 pm
May through October


Alan Day Community Market
26 Whitman St, Norway, ME
5 – 8 pm
July 7  to August 25

Farmington Winter Farmers’ Market
181 Front St
10 am – 1 pm
May through October

Greenwood Farmers’ Market
Rt. 26 Locke Mills
4 – 6 pm
Check the website for more.

Harrison Farmers’ Market
The market is located on the green space heading out of Harrison toward Bridgton on Route 117
2 – 5 pm
Summer Season


Bethel Farmers’ Market
Green space next to Norway Savings Bank, 1 Parkway Rd. Ste 100, Bethel
9 am – 1 pm.
May 23 through October 10

Bowdoinham Farmers’ Market
1 Main St, Bowdoinham
8:30 am – Noon
June through October

Bridgton Winter Farmers’ Market
Oriental Lodge, 166 Harrison Road, Bridgton.
9 am -Noon until April 20.

Farmington Winter Farmers’ Market
130 Quebec Street
10 am – 1 pm
November through April

Phillips Farmers’ Market and Faire
21 Depot St. Phillips, ME
9 am – Noon
May through September

Steep Falls Farmers’ Market 
1 Main Street, Steep Falls
9 am – 2 pm
May through October

Wilton Winter Farmers’ Market
386 Main Street (First Congregational Church of Wilton) Wilton
First and third Saturdays
9 am – Noon 
November through April

Windham Farmers’ Market
Turning Leaf Drive, Windham
8:30 am – 12:30 pm
May 18 to September 28 

Farm Stores

Sebago Lakes Area

Balsam Ridge
140 Egypt Road, Raymond

Dad’s Maple Sugar Shack
1061 Naples Road, Harrison

Phillip View Farm
723 Bridgton Road, Sebago

Saco River Farms
24 Weeman Road, Steep Falls

Greater Bridgton Area

Good Karma Yarn & Soap
158 Main Street, Bridgton

Hilltop Handspun
16 Lucy Lane, Lovell

Weston’s Farm
48 River Street, Fryeburg

Oxford Hills Area

A Wrinkle In Thyme Farm
106 Black Mountain Rd., Sumner

Acker’s Acres Angoras
359 Gloucester Hill Road, New Gloucester

Attwood Farm & Kitchen
277 Poland Corner Road, Poland

Carrageen Suri Alpacas
82 West Gray Road, Gray

Cooper Farms
27 Bethel Road, West Paris

Gathering Winds Farm & Orchard
315 Poland Corner Road, Poland

Pineland Farms
15 Farm View Drive, New Gloucester

Royal River Orchards
181 Peacock Hill Road, New Gloucester

Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village
707 Shaker Road, New Gloucester

Shadow Hill Farm
431 North Pownal Road, New Gloucester

Thompson’s Orchard
276 Gloucester Hill Road, New Gloucester

Flagstaff and Rangeley Lakes Area

758 Intervale Road, Bethel

Morning Glory Farm
343 Flat Road, Bethel 

Velvet Hollow Sugar Works
29 Dunham Road, Greenwood

River Valley Area

Ayuh Cidah
272 Morrison Hill Road, Farmington

Berry Fruit Farm
361 Crash Road, Livermore

Conant Acres
49 Canton Point Road, Canton

Dreamin’ Fahm
1244 Main Street, Wilton

No View Farm & Bakery
855 South Rumford Road, Rumford

Rockin’ Sheep Farm
64 Record Road, Livermore Falls

Sillanpaa Family Farm
740 Anson Valley Road, New Vineyard 

Lewiston-Auburn Area

Bell Farms
1552 Riverside Drive, Auburn

Canty Cow Creamery
278 Upper Street, Turner

Maple Rush Sugar House
123 Webster Corner Road, Sabattus

Nezinscot Farm & Store
284 Turner Center Road, Turner

Ricker Hill Orchards
295 Buckfield Road, Turner

Slattery’s Farm And Maple Supply Company
1381 Woodman Hill Road, West Minot

Wallingford’s Fruit House
1240 Perkins Ridge Road, Auburn

Willow Pond Farm
395 Middle Road, Sabattus

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