The Fredericksburg Farmers Market at Hurkamp Park and Mary Washington Healthcare are open air markets where home grown, homemade, or hand baked goods are sold by farmers and bakers. Visit The Farmer’s Market website and Farmer’s Market Facebook for more information.
Hurkamp Park Farmers Market
- Location: Hurkamp Park, Prince Edward & George Streets
- Saturdays: 7am - 2pm Season: April 17, 2021 - October 2021
- Art in the Park - May - October 2021
- Kids Market - Saturday, June 12
- Farmers Market Celebration Week - August 1 - 7
- Community Day - Saturday, September 11
Most vendors participate during the growing season of April through October. Saturdays mornings are our most popular and busiest time.
Products sold at Hurkamp Park include vegetables, fruits, meats, cheeses, breads, baked goods, plants, flowers, dried flowers, herbs, holiday items (during the season), and more. This is a general list. Items vary depending on the vendor’s availability and seasonal influences.
Market Vendors & Art in the Park Artists can apply online through by visiting Manage My Market
Directions to Hurkamp Park Market: From I-95, exit Route 3 east. Go approximately 2 miles to downtown Fredericksburg. (Note: Through the city, Route 3 is called William Street.) Market is located at intersection of William Street and Prince Edward Street around the outside perimeter of Hurkamp Park.
A Market Manager will be at the Farmer’s Market on Saturdays during season from 7:00am - 2:00pm, if you have questions or concerns. You can also reach them by e-mailing Market Manager.
- Location: Mary Washington Hospital
- 2nd and 4th Fridays,11:30am - 5pm in May - September
- Opening Day: May 14, 2021
Located on the main campus of Mary Washington Healthcare, 1001 Sam Perry Boulevard, Fredericksburg. This market is open Thursdays from 11:30am to 3:30pm May through September.
We’ve partnered with other markets in our region to promote our mission of Buy Fresh, Buy Local. We are proud to announce that we will be continuing to accept EBT/SNAP (food stamps) at the market this year, thanks to a grant from the Virginia Department of Social Services.