Organized by the Fairfax County Park Authority, these Farmers' Markets offer a wide variety of freshly picked fruits, vegetables, herbs and cut flowers. There are also fresh eggs, baked goods, fresh pasta, honey, jam, teas and cider to purchase. Milk and cheese products, and homemade ice cream, along with a wide array of meat products, round out the edible delights offered. If gardening is an interest, many vendors have small plants at the beginning of the season, while other vendors have larger landscape plants for those ambitious projects. Master Gardener Plant Clinic on site, at both Mason District and Wakefield Park, to answer questions about plants in your landscape.
Vendors must grow, raise, or produce their own products within a 125 mile radius. The mission of these markets is to support local agriculture within the Chesapeake Bay Watershed area.
Mason District Park
6621 Columbia Pike, Annandale, VA 22003
Thursdays May 4 - November 9, 2017
8:00 AM to NOON
Master Gardener Plant Clinic on site to answer questions about
plants in your landscape.
Directions: Beltway (Route 495) exit 52B (Little River Turnpike, Route 236) east 2 miles to left at John Marr Drive and right on Columbia Pike to park entrance on right just before Sleepy Hollow Road. 703-941-1730.
8100 Braddock Road, Springfield, VA 22009
Wednesdays May 3 - October 25, 2017
Master Gardener Plant Clinic on site to answer questions about plants in your landscape.
Directions: From Beltway (Route 495) exit 54A (Braddock Road) go west 1/4 mile to entrance of park on right.
From Burke: East on Braddock Road to left at Queensberry Ave.
For more information visit:
www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/farmersmarkets or call 703-642-0128