Explore the Farmers Markets in Sedona Verde Valley

Peaches from Charlie Johnson's orchards in Camp Verde at Verde Valley Farmers Market

Peaches from Charlie Johnson’s orchards in Camp Verde at Verde Valley Farmers Market

Nourished by the wild and scenic Verde River, Sedona Verde Valley’s lush lands boast a long agricultural history. Early settlers discovered a surprisingly verdant region, and old records mention hay sales to Fort Verde, cattle drives to Flagstaff, and produce sales to miners and smelters in Jerome and Clarkdale.

Keeping this spirit of farming and trading alive, Sedona Verde Valley hosts many farmers markets throughout the summer. With bargain prices and delicious local produce, be sure to stop by these farmers markets! 

Camp Verde

Corn from Hauser Farm

Corn from Hauser Farm. Image credit: Barbie Bridge

Hauser’s Sweet Corn Stand

For the last 35 summers, the Hauser Family Farm opens their corn stand on Montezuma Castle Highway until to Labor Day weekend. Their Verde Valley-grown sweet corn draws people throughout the region, so stop by see what all the talk is about!

Details: 652 Montezuma Castle Highway, Camp Verde, AZ 86322 | (928) 567-2142 | http://www.hauserandhauserfarms.com/

Eggs at Verde Valley Farmers Market

Eggs at Verde Valley Farmers Market

Verde Valley Farmers Market:

The Verde Valley Farmer’s Market is the Valley’s oldest and largest “farmers only” market. Along with crafts and live music, you’ll find a selection of fresh seasonal produce all grown within a 50 mile radius of Camp Verde. Open until October 1st, come by for fresh tomatoes, squash, carrots, peppers, herbs, honey, beef and more.

Details: Located at the Ramada next to Fort Verde State Historical Park on Hollamon Street | https://www.localharvest.org/verde-valley-farmers-market-M31202

Summer Place Pecan Farm:

Known as the Johnny Appleseed of Pecans, Dr. Richard Tinlin discovered our valley had the perfect growing conditions for pecans 30 years ago. Since then, Dr. Tinlin has grown an orchard that produces fabulous Western, Mohawk and Wichita Pecans. Golden and sweet, these herbicide and pesticide free pecans are great as a salad topping, a pecan pie, or a snack.

Details: 213 E Quarterhorse Ln, Camp Verde, AZ 86322 | (928) 567-5202

Roadside veggie stands

In the summer, Camp Verde’s roads are populated with family-owned vegetable stands. Most of them are located along Montezuma Castle Highway, Salt Mine Road and Quarterhorse Lane. Keep a sharp eye and follow homemade signs.


Tomatoes at Sedona Farmers Market

Tomatoes at Sedona Farmers Market. Image from: Sedona Farmers Market website

Sedona Farmers Community Market:

Until October 14, support local sustainable agricultural activity every Friday at Sedona Farmers Community Market. Market items includes: tamales, quiches, cucumbers, zucchini, onions, garlic, beets, cauliflower, chives, kale, chard, radishes and more.

Details: Tlaquepaque / Creekside 336 State Route 179, Sedona AZ 86336 | http://sedona-farmers-market.com/

The Collective Farmer’s Market Sedona

The Collective Farmer’s Market Sedona is an eclectic marketplace hosting a variety of vendors selling produce, jewelry, art, natural bath products and more. There are also games and live music. The market occurs on the 1st and 3rd weekend of each month. 

Details: 7000 SR 179, Village of Oak Creek | 928-255-0900 | http://www.thecollectivemarketsedona.com/


Cottonwood Farmers Market and Jamboree:

Drop by Cottonwood Farmers Market and Jamboree for a selection of organic food, local specialties, live bands, fruits, crafts and vegetables. The market is open on Thursdays from 5pm until dark through September. 

Details: 187 E Pima St, Cottonwood, AZ 86326 | 928-639-3200 | http://cottonwoodaz.gov/parksrec/files/fmj-2016.pdf