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Nine Winter Farm Markets to Shop and Eat Local in Bucks County

We’re making it easy for you to eat fresh, shop local, and support our farming community right from your own backyard—year round!

From applesauce to zucchini, Bucks County farmers markets have it all. The county’s rich, agricultural heritage shines in the summer months with markets, farm tours, and pick-your-own events galore! But what about winter? 

As we all know, it is equally important to eat healthy food and support our local farmers during the cold, winter months—perhaps even more so. Lucky for us, Bucks County has a vibrant, local, food system that never goes into hibernation. From the biggest farmers markets to the smallest roadside stands, we’re making it easy for you to eat fresh, shop local, and support our farming community right from your own backyard—year round!

Here are our top, farm-fresh picks to get you through the frosty, winter days.

Trauger’s Farm Market 

370 Island Road, Kintnersville
Monday – Friday 9 am – 6 pm, Saturday 9 am – 5pm 

A family-owned fruit and vegetable farm featuring a beautiful country store. Trauger’s offers an array of fresh produce, baked goods, pantry staples, gift baskets and more,  but the kids will love their popcorn selection and seasonal events! They are open every day except Sunday. 

Doylestown Farmers Market

The Mercantile, 444 N. Main Street, Doylestown
December 3 and 17th, January 7 and 21, and February 4  and 18, 10 am – 1 pm 

This one is Bucks County’s longest running farmers market, featuring more than 30 rotating, local vendors. Offerings include USDA certified organic fruit and vegetables, pasture-raised meats and dairy, local kombucha, fair trade/certified organic coffee, and more! The abundance of easy parking in the Mercantile parking lot makes the Doylestown Farmers Market a fuss-free trip. This market now accepts EBT/ SNAP cards. In addition, for a limited period of time, their parent organization: Bucks County Foodshed Alliance is matching dollars that are used for EBT/SNAP. 

Snipe’s Farm & Education Center

890 W. Bridge Street, Morrisville
Saturdays, 9 am – 1 pm 

Certified organic, on-farm market featuring their own produce, honey, and CBD products, with meat and dairy offerings provided by their partnership with Miller’s Biodiversity Farm. Be sure to check out their year-round, outdoor education programs for ages 2-5 and 6-14! This market advertises a rain or shine opening every Saturday, but be sure to call ahead in the event of snow!

Wrightstown Farmers Market

Chandler Hall, 99 Barclay Avenue, Newtown
December 3, 17, 31, second and fourth Saturdays January – April, 10 am – 12 pm 

A fantastic, producer-only market with over 30+ vendors featuring some of the best local produce that Bucks County has to offer. Pre-ordering available on their website for quick, market-day pick up. Got a SNAP EBT card? Come swipe it at the WFM Welcome Tent. Once you swipe your card, you will receive SNAP dollars to spend at any eligible market vendor. 

None Such Farm & Market

4458 York Road, Buckingham
Wednesday – Saturday, 10 am – 6 pm 

None Such is a third-generation family owned farm and market featuring fresh produce and meats year-round as well as freshly prepared entrees and sides by in-house chefs, Tracey and Mark Czajkowski. The farm is a 100% non-GMO producer of Black Angus beef and seasonal crops including herb plants, asparagus, strawberries, sweet corn, tomatoes and pumpkins. In addition to fresh produce and meats, the market also offers deli, bakery, dairy, frozen and grocery products.

Pro-tip: Shop early in the day for baked goods as they tend to sell out quickly.

Weisel Farm & Roadside Stand

2235 Spinnerstown Road, Quakertown
Open Daily 

Super-convenient, roadside farm stand offering fresh, seasonal produce, quality meat, baked goods, livestock feed, and more. Cash and Venmo accepted for easy, self-service checkout.  

Pro-tip: Don’t throw out those boxes, cartons or jars; instead, return them to the stand on your next trip so they can be reused or recycled–talk about eco-friendly!

Yardley Farmers Market

Buttonwood Park (at S Main Sreet & Penn Valley Drive), downtown Yardley Borough
1st & 3rd Saturdays of the month, December 3 – April 15th, 10 am – 12 pm 

A year-round, producer-only market, offering a wide selection of produce, meat, fresh-roasted coffee, honey, artisanal baked goods, and prepared foods. Accepts SNAP/EBT benefits with a dollar for dollar match up to $10/market. Well behaved, leashed dogs are welcome. 

Hershberger Heritage Farm Store

1614 Ridge Road Sellersville
Wednesdays and Fridays 9 am – 6 pm 

A family-owned and operated, certified organic, livestock farm featuring an on-farm store and it’s own customizable, subscription box. The Berger Box is a collection of sustainably raised, grass-fed, organic meat and eggs. Available for weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly delivery or pick up.

Shady Brook Farm

931 Stony Hill Road, Yardley
Monday – Thursday 9 am – 9 pm, Friday and Saturday 9 am – 10 pm, Sunday 9 am – 9 pm

No farmers market list is complete without the big guys, and Shady Brook Farm is one of Bucks County’s biggest, farm-centric, family venues. Featuring a farm market, garden center, pub, and a seemingly endless list of family-friendly activities, Shady Brook Farm is a MUST for families with children of all ages. 

Pro-tip: Come for the food, stay for the fire pits….soo cozy.

Milk House Farm Market

1118 Slack Road, Newtown
Open daily 9 am – 6 pm

A Bucks County hidden gem! This quaint, roadside farm store features their own, pesticide-free, seasonal produce, meat, and cage-free eggs. With a straightforward, online ordering system for quick, on-farm pick up, shopping local doesn’t get any easier than this! Be prepared to self-check out with cash, Venmo, and/or credit card. 

Photo Courtesy of Yardley’s Farmers Market

Editor for Bucks County Parent. Email tips to christine@familyfocus.org.