The Squamish Farmers Market is a weekly farmers market that takes place in downtown Squamish on Saturdays between April and October.
Saturday Farmers Market
The Squamish Farmers Market is a medium-sized farmers market in the Sea to Sky region that takes place at the corner of Victoria Street and Cleveland Avenue in Squamish. Shopping runs from 10 am until 3 pm every Saturday between April and the end of October.
The market typically features close to four dozen vendors selling everything from fresh produce to homemade preserves, baked goods and art.
The market is worth checking out if you find yourself in Squamish on a Saturday. Great activities to combine with a visit to the Squamish Farmers Market include trips to nearby parks like Porteau Cove on the water, Shannon Falls and its beautiful waterfall, rugged Stawamus Chief and picturesque Alice Lake, all of which are beautiful and perfect places for a stroll, hike and/or picnic.
Tourist attractions in the area also include Britannia Mine (a historic copper mine museum), the Sea to Sky Gondola (for sightseeing and rides up the mountain) and the West Coast Railway Heritage Park (with its historic trains and artifacts). Squamish is also a convenient place for a rest break on the way to and from the resort town of Whistler and Vancouver.
For more information on the market, see the Squamish Farmers Market website.
For a list of other farmers’ markets, click Lower Mainland Markets.