12 Farmers Markets Chattanoogans Need to Know About

One of the best ways to experience the local flavors and hubs of culture is by visiting the various farmers markets in and around Chattanooga. Whether you’re in search of the freshest produce, handcrafted goods, or a place to connect with your neighbors, these markets offer it all. They also play a crucial role in supporting local farmers, promoting sustainable practices, and fostering a sense of community. So, bring your reusable shopping bags and drop by to enjoy the southern charm.

Chattanooga MarketSundays
end of April through mid-November
11AM – 4PM
Farm produce, artisan foods, fresh flowers, arts and crafts vendors, live music, and food truckssurrounding lots at the First Horizon Pavilion and Finley Stadium for $1 per hour — limited street parking availableOutdoors and covered pavilionSchedule of events for the Strawberry Festival, Market Baketacular, and more

pets are not allowed inside the pavilion space during market hours
Main Street Wednesdays
4PM – 6PM
Fresh goods from sustainable and food-focused local farmersfree parking in the accompanying lotOutdoorstime of the market adjusts for the time change
Chattanooga River Saturdays
March – October
10AM – 5PM
Handmade jewelry, crafts, artisan food, food trucks, and live musicavailable at varying rates in lots and along the streetOutdoors
Chattanooga Market at ErlangerWednesdays
10:30AM – 1:30PM
A smaller version of the Chattanooga Market indoors with vendorsErlanger Medical Mall for $2 per dayIndoors
Ooltewah Thursdays
3PM – 6PM

In the winter
Nov. 10-March
3PM – 5PM
Goods from local farms and food artisansin front of the nursery and walk through the building, the market is in the back

Handicap parking is available next to the market for those who have a placard or tag
Brainerd Saturdays
10AM – 12PM
Fresh local produce, meat, eggs, bread, local honey, jams and jellies, plants, arts and crafts, and moreTwo parking areas (one accessed from Brainerd Road and the other from Belvoir Avenue) with additional street parking in the surrounding communityOutdoorsMarket hours adjust for the seasons
Lookout Farmers Tuesdays (Memorial Downtown in Surgical Building B) 

 Thursdays (Memorial Hixson)
11AM – 1PM
Fresh produce, arts and crafts, and artisan foodsfree parking at the hospitalsIndoors
Black Creek 2nd Saturdays
9:30AM – 11:30AM
Fresh produce, seafood, flowers, desserts, salsas, and more from local farmers and businessesavailable on siteOutdoors
St Albans Hixson Saturdays
9:30AM – 12:30PM
local eggs, honey, produce, baked goods, barbecue, plants, jewelry, and handmade soapSt. Albans Episcopal ChurchOutdoors
Mountain Arts Community Center Farmers and Art  First Saturdays
10AM – 4PM
Locally produced and handmade items, live music, art performances, food, and activitiesavailable on siteIndoors and outdoors
Collegedale CommonsSecond Saturdays
year-round10AM – 3PM
Fresh produce, flowers, eggs, and artisan foodfree parking on siteOutdoors and covered pavilion
Coolidge ParkKick-off market on October 1
10AM – 7PM

Third Saturday of the month beginning in April 2024
check website for more updates

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