Vendor Applications Open

Initial applications close on March 24th. Applications received after March 24th will be considered based on available space at the market. 

Join us each Saturday from May through October in Old Town Fort Collins.

9am - 1pm

200 W. Oak Street

The market is easily accessible by car, bike, and public transportation.


Limited street parking is available nearby. We strongly encourage you to park in the nearby parking garage, the Mason Lot, located at Mason Street and Mountain Avenue. The first hour is free, even on weekends.

Check our calendar for special events that may impact parking.

Please note: the Larimer County Court House Parking lot at 200 W. Oak Street is closed for the Farmers’ Market every Saturday from May to October.  If your car was towed, please contact Choice Towing at 970-482-0159.

Bike to the Market

Bike racks are located east of the Courthouse entrance, on the north side of the building, and on the west side of the building.

Public Transportation

If you plan on taking public transportation, then consider the MAX Transit. There is a stop in front of the market at Mason Street and Mountain Avenue.

Rider’s Guide

Looking for more information about public transportation? Looking for options about accessible transportation? Find information and options at (opens in a new tab).

Fresh flowers for sale at the Larimer County Farmers' Market

How to use SNAP & Double Up Bucks at the Market

Rachel (our Market Coordinator) and Regan (a Master Gardener) staged this demonstration to show you how to use SNAP at the Larimer County Farmers' Market. 

Using your SNAP benefits at the Farmers' Market is easy! 

  1. Bring your EBT card to the Larimer County Extension Booth. You can find us under the large flag pole.
  2. We will swipe your card and give you coupons to use at the market. One dollar off your EBT card equals $1 in coupons.
  3. If you are buying produce, ask for "Double Up Bucks." We can match up to $20 in coupons. This means: 
    • $1 Coupon + $1 Double Up Bucks = $2 to spend
    • $10 Coupon + $10 Double Up Bucks = $20 to spend
    • $20 Coupon + $20 Double Up Bucks = $40 to spend
  4. Go shopping! Use your coupons on any eligible item at any vendor!
A Farmers Market volunteer hands someone SNAP vouchers and Double Up Bucks

    What products can you buy with coupons & Double Up Bucks?

    Coupons Double Up Bucks
    CO Grown fruits & veggies Yes Yes
    CO Grown Dried Beans Yes Yes
    Fresh Herbs Yes Yes
    Food Producing Plants/ Seeds Yes Yes
    Honey/ Jam/ Jellies Yes No
    Meat/ Dairy/ Eggs Yes No
    Hot Prepared Foods No No
    Bread & Baked Goods Yes No
    Fresh lettuce in produce bags - people stand in the background picking their produce

    Frequently Asked Questions: 

    • Can I use vouchers or coupons from other farmers' markets?
      • No - we cannot accept any voucher or coupon from another farmers' market. 
    • What hours is the booth open to get coupons and Double Up Bucks? 
      • The booth is open the same hours as the Farmers' Market - 9am - 1pm
    • If I don't use all my coupons and Double Up Bucks, can I save them for the next week?
      • Yes! As long as you come back to the Larimer County Farmers' Market, you can use any unused coupon or Double Up Bucks.
    • I found coupons from a previous year. What can I do with them? 
      • Come see us at the Larimer County Extension Booth. You can find us under the large flag pole. We may be able to exchange them for new coupons. 
    • Can I use vouchers from WIC's Farmers' Market Nutrition Program?  
    Misc. produce ready for sale at the Farmers' Market


    Each season, we host a number of events for our customers. These events are free and family-friendly and they're a great way to make the most of your time at the market. Check out our Special Event calendar to see what's happening at the market.


    Q: How do I apply to be a vendor at the market?

    A: It’s easy! Review the requirements and fill out an application. Applications open in early January.

    A cookie jar with the face of a boy. A plant has been planted in the jar to make it appear that the plant is the boy's hair.

    Q: When is the market open?

    A: The 2023 season is Saturdays, May 20 through October 28 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

    Q: Where is the market located?

    A: The Larimer County Farmers’ Market happens in the Larimer County courthouse parking lot located at 200 West Oak Street in Fort Collins.

    Q: Where can I park?

    A: We encourage you to park in the nearby parking garage at Mason and Mountain Avenue. There is street parking available, but it’s first come, first serve.

    Q: How do I contact you at the market?

    A: We are part of the Larimer County Extension office. You can contact us Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. at 970-498-6000. Or you can find us under the flagpole in the green tents at the market on Saturdays.

    Q: Can I bring my dog to the market?

    A: Yes. We love dogs! There are a few dog manners that must be followed. You love your dog, but not everybody else does. We have the pet rules for the market in the next tab. Also - please be mindful of the heat. If the asphalt / concrete is too hot for you to comfortably touch, it is too hot for your pet's feet.

    Q: Do you have public restrooms at the market?

    A: Yes. We have portable toilets available for your convenience.

    Q: When are peaches available?

    A: Peaches are seasonal and typically available starting in July and available through mid-September.

    Have a question we didn't answer? Contact us.

    Garlic Scapes at the Farmers' Market
    Squash and other produce at a stand at the Larimer County Farmers' Market
    Radishes for sale at the Larimer County Farmers' Market
    Honey for sale at the Larimer County Farmers' Market
    The colorfully painted Larimer County Farmers' Market Storage shed.


    We welcome pets

    All pets are expected to follow the rules. The rules help keep your pet and others safe at the market.

    • Please consider the heat. If the asphalt / concrete is too hot for you to comfortably touch, it is too hot for your pet's feet. 
    • Pets must be kept on a short leash. No expandable leashes.
    • Keep pets away from produce, plants, and other products. Do not let dogs jump on tables.
    • Keep your pet under your control and by your side at all times.
    • Friendly pets only! No growling, barking, snarling, or other aggressive behavior is permitted.
    • Please pick up after your pet. Do not let your pet lift their leg on signs, tents, or products.
    A puppy at the Larimer County Farmers' Market

    Use the map below to see where vendors will be each week. Please note that on occasion, this map will change. Having trouble viewing the map below? Try here instead.


    2022 Vendor List


    Agustina’s Mexican Foods
    Alpine Meadow Aromatics
    Audacious Truffles
    Baba & Pop’s Handmade Pierogi
    Beets and Sweets
    Belafonte Farm
    Boulder Raw
    Bridger Creek Coffee
    Burning Bonzai
    C & R Farms
    Cafe Richesse
    Cajun Mountain Girl Creations
    Cass Kruger Art
    Charlotte’s Lil Kitchen
    Chef Bonjour/ PretzelCraft
    Choose The Taste
    Christie Leighton Jewelry
    Colorado Fresh
    ColoraDough Bakery
    Copoco’s Honey
    Cosmic Heart Arts
    Country Road Stables
    Curio House
    Dad’s Wooden Spoon
    Dragonfly Nature Printing
    Ela Family Farms
    Elevation Beef
    Esmeralda’s Tamale House
    Fallow Roasting
    Fat Howard’s Chili Co.
    Field Strips
    Folks Farm & Seed
    Golden Hollow Farms
    Green Belly Foods
    Hazel Dell Mushrooms
    Healthy Harvest
    Healthy Hobo
    Heritage Foods
    High Point Bison
    Hippy HeART
    Hoffman Farms
    Homestead Ranch
    Hope Farms
    Hu Baozi
    Indigo Avenue
    JCO Woodworking
    Jersey Cowboy
    Joan Kinney Flowers
    Joseph Miranda Ceramics
    Just a Pinch Bakery
    Katherine’s Kreations
    Kitchen Sink Ferments
    Knead, Eat, Love
    Knotts & Stitches
    Konjo Ethiopian Coffee, Limited
    Kore’s plant cafe
    Korinne’s Kitchen
    Life’s a Buch
    Little House of Tempeh
    Little Sun Farm
    Loveland Youth Gardeners
    Lua + Lane
    Maria’s Tagua Jewelry
    Me Oh My
    Meade For You
    Meltid Candle Co
    Midnight Sky Soapworks
    Miller Farms
    Mitzi’s Flowers
    Morning Fresh Dairy
    MouCo Cheese Company
    Native Hill Farm
    Nexus Bio-Products
    Nomad Shapes
    Northern Colorado Boutique Soapery
    Oscar Tovar Designs
    Peak State
    Petal & Twig Organics, LLC
    PNP LLC / Northern Colorado Catering / Gelato & aMore
    Pope Farms
    Purple Fence Farm
    Purple Turtle Tie Dyes
    R & S Plants
    Rabbit Creek Enterprises
    Rancho Durazno
    Red Dog Expressions & Lavender Farm
    Renee The Baker
    Revolution Artisan Pops
    Rise and Pies
    Rivers and Roots Plant Cabinet
    Rocking TK Ranch
    Santa’s Little Woodshop
    Slate Designs
    Sonrise Farm Colorado
    Soul Bean Roasters
    St. Michael’s Farms LLC
    Steve Valdes
    Sunny Sky Pies
    Sunray Natural
    Sunrise Ranch
    Sweet Serenity Salts & Bombs
    Tailwater Treats
    Tamburi Winery
    Tandem Employment Services and Eric’s Fire Starters
    TGR Woodworks
    The Bread Chic
    The Calico Kids
    The Flour Studio
    The Kickstand – Mobile Cafe
    The Oil Barn Colorado
    The Pig and the Plow: Farmstead Baked Goods
    The Wild Lens
    Three Kings Kombucha
    Turtle Mountain Fermentery
    Uncle Chris – HITK
    Uni Goat Soap Shop
    Well Fed Farmstead
    Wholehearted Empire
    Willow Creek Mushrooms
    Wookee Cookees
    Yummy Yummy Products
    Zunomi Garden

    Non-Discrimination Statement

    Colorado State University Extension is an equal opportunity provider. Colorado State University does not discriminate on the basis of disability and is committed to providing reasonable accommodations. CSU’s Office of Engagement and Extension ensures meaningful access and equal opportunities to participate to individuals whose first language is not English. Colorado State University Extension es un proveedor que ofrece igualdad de oportunidades.

    Colorado State University no discrimina por motivos de discapacidad y se compromete a proporcionar adaptaciones razonables. Office of Engagement and Extension de CSU garantiza acceso significativo e igualdad de oportunidades para participar a las personas quienes su primer idioma no es el inglés.

    2023 Larimer County Farmers' Market Season

    Shop Fresh Every Saturday

    Thank you for a great 2022 season!  

    2023 Season:
    May 20th - Oct. 28th
    9am - 1pm
    200 W. Oak Street, Fort Collins

    Contact us

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