Yakima County is home to one of Washington’s most diverse agricultural systems. Agriculture contributes a whopping $1.6 billion to the local economy.
We’re the leading county in the nation in apple production with more than 50,000 acres of apple orchards.
During the summer months, Yakima Valley visitors will find several farmers markets operating throughout the area, offering yet another fun option for enjoying the Valley’s bountiful harvests. These markets bring farmers and food producers together in one spot, along with arts-and-crafts vendors, specialty food producers, food vendors and entertainers to create a fun shopping experience.
Selah Wednesday Market
Selah’s market runs on Wednesdays from 5-8 p.m. at 210 S. First St. in the parking lot behind the King’s Row restaurant. Check out its Facebook page to learn more.
Yakima Farmer's Market
The Yakima Downtown Farmer’s Market is every Sunday: 9am-1pm beginning May 12th through October 27th. It’s on 14 South 3rd Street in front of the Capital Theatre. To learn more, visit downtownyakimafarmersmarket.com.
Prosser Farmer's Market
The Prosser Saturday Market is open May through October in the park at 1329 Sommers Ave. Operating hours are from 8 a.m. to noon on Saturdays. Check out prosserfarmersmarket.com.
Valley Mall Farmers Market
The market is located at 9 E. Valley Mall Blvd, Union Gap, in the Valley Mall parking lot. It runs Saturdays from May into October, 10 a.m to 2 p.m. Check out shopatvalleymall.com/events.
Granger Farmer's Market
This market opens in late spring at the KDNA/NCEC Plaza, 121 Sunnyside Ave., Granger. To find out operation days and hours visit grangerfarmersmarket.org.
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Yakima, WA 98901