Luckily for us here at Cactus Forty-2, fresh farm produce and handcrafted items are easy to come by with neighbors like the Roadrunner Park Farmers Market. Open year-round and held each Saturday, there’s plenty of fun to be had at this local artisan market. Read on for all of the details on how to make the most of your visit to Roadrunner Park Farmers Market.
The Roadrunner market features amazing local produce, including fresh vegetables and fruit, honey, baked goods, nursery stock, natural beef, pork, and fish, and plenty of handcrafted items and gifts you won’t find anywhere else. Stock up on a week’s worth of fresh vegetables and fruits from Crooked Sky Farms. Improve your health and sleep with tinctures from Desert Willow Botanicals. Make delicious meals using grass fed beef and lamb from JH Grass Fed. Indulge in the amazing skin care products that Double Blessing’s Goats Milk has to offer at their booth. With so many vendors that offer a variety of handcrafted items, you’ll find a little bit of everything each week at the Roadrunner market.
There are plenty of cooked food options to grab a bite at the market. Branch out and try Claudine’s Kitchen, offering authentic Lebanese cuisine. Take home some of the amazing hummus from Doctor Hummus. Grab a loaf or slice of the artisan bread from Noble Bread. And when the weather warms up and a tasty cool treat is calling, AZ Pops has you covered.
Plan Your Visit
Conveniently located in Northeast Phoenix at Roadrunner Park, 3502 E. Cactus Road, the Roadrunner Farmers Market is open year-round every Saturday, from 8 AM to 1 PM in October through May, and 7 to 11 AM in the warmer months of June through September. Make an outing out of it and ride your bike or walk the short 1-mile distance from Cactus Forty-2. Admission and parking are free! And don’t forget to make it a family affair, kids and friendly dogs are always welcome. The park itself has a playground, fishing pond, ducks and geese, a swimming pool, and soccer fields, so when you’re done perusing the market, check out all the park fun to be had.
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