Looking for some outdoor fun with the family? Check out this list of farmers’ markets in Long Beach. With locations across the city, you’re sure to find one near you!
With gorgeous weather year round, it’s no surprise that Long Beach has some incredible farmers’ markets to choose from.
Some are more of your standard fruits-and-veggie stands, while others are more family entertainment-minded.
Whichever type you’re looking for, we’re sure you’ll find a farmers’ market in Long Beach that’s just your speed (and, hopefully, close to your side of town!)
Here’s our roundup of the best farmers’ markets in Long Beach. Which one will you visit?
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Farmer’s Markets in Long Beach- East Side
- Green Acres Farmers’ Market– Sundays, 8-1 pm. Southwest corner of Spring and Clark. Featuring food stalls, fresh produce, craft vendors, and entertainment for kids (varies, but typically bouncers or games)
Farmer’s Markets in Bixby Knolls
- Bixby Knolls Farmers Markets– Thursdays, 3-6:30 pm. Located at Atlantic Ave & E. 46th St, on frontage road flanking the east side of Atlantic Ave (between Del Amo Blvd. and San Antonio Dr). Fresh produce and yummy food vendors.
Farmer’s Markets Near Belmont
- Marina Stadium Farmers’ Market– Wednesdays, 3-7 pm (additional hours in summer). Parking can be tricky, but the food stands here are top notch. Beautiful views!
- Long Beach Marina– Sundays, 9am to 2 pm. Located in the Alamitos Bay Marina parking lot. Lots of produce, craft vendors, craft food providers, and scrumptious food to eat there or take home. With very “SoCal” water views.
Farmer’s Markets Near Downtown Long Beach
- Bixby Park Farmer’s Market– Tuesdays, 3-7; Saturdays, 10-3. Family friendly event located in a park, with produce and craft vendors, along with live music.
- Downton Farmer’s Market– Fridays, 10-2 pm. Promenade North (between 3rd and 5th). Heavy on the produce, including fresh flowers, and prepackaged food items.
We’re hoping that more Farmers’ Markets continue to pop up in Long Beach (especially on the North and West sides!), but in the meantime, we hope you can find one close enough to you to pay it a visit.
Do you know of any farmers’ markets in Long Beach we missed? We’d love to hear where they’re at in the comments!
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