Farmers Market

Market Details

The Mount Pleasant Farmers Market is where our community meets to share in a vibrant array of locally grown and SC Certified produce. Stroll through the market to find a bounty of just-picked vegetables, fruits, and fragrant flowers along with local seafood, fresh-cooked meals, baked and canned goods, and locally produced snacks.

Join us every Tuesday, April through September, from 3:30 – 7:00 p.m. to mingle with neighbors and visitors alike while enjoying live music and family-friendly activities.  Free parking.

Do you Facebook? Become a fan of the Farmers Market Facebook community!

Clemson Extension Master Gardeners

Also available for your assistance are the Clemson Extension Master gardeners, seasoned volunteers who can help solve most pesky gardening problems. You’ll also find community information from the Town of Mount Pleasant’s Pride Committee & various other nonprofit organizations. Make the Mount Pleasant Farmers Market a weekly affair!

Seasonal Offerings

What’s in season at the Mount Pleasant Farmers Market? This Seasonal Crop Calendar has all the harvest dates for local produce.

Specialty Markets

Holiday Market – Saturday, December 12, 2020. The festival is a combination of locally grown fresh produce, baked goods, homemade preserves, hot food and hand crafted gifts. Details can be found on the Holiday Market web page.  The Holiday Market is full with a lengthy wait list; no additional applications are being accepted.

For more information about the Mount Pleasant Farmers Market, e-mail the Market Manager or call (843) 884-2528.

Application Information

All applicants need to read the market rules and regulations then download and submit an application to the Farmers Market Manager. Farmers take precedence over food vendors in the selection process and the number of farmers accepted determines how many food vendors will be selected due to space limitations. Mount Pleasant businesses are also given priority in the selection process. Vendors are not promised exclusivity, although the market manager always strives for a diverse market.

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