Visitor Information

Visit Our Market

We’d love to see you at the Issaquah Farmers Market. 

Traditionally we often host 4,500 shoppers and 100 farm, food and craft vendors on a busy summer Saturday. Due to COVID-19, our market will be much smaller this year featuring approximately 40 vendors offering farm and food based "pre-packaged" items only. King County Health Department (KCHD) compliance also requires us to monitor the amount of shoppers at any one time. This may lead to wait times in line to enter. Your patience is appreciated. We will continue to adapt and expand our market throughout the summer upon KCHD direction.  For a list of which vendors will be participating each week, our Market Map is updated each Friday afternoon prior to the next market. 

A wide variety of fresh produce is available at the market. To check out what’s in season now, view our Farmers Market Produce Calendar (PDF).

Pet Policy

While service animals are welcome, please leave your pets at home.

Parking and Amenities

  • All shoppers must park in or around the parking garage behind the Pickering Barn.
  • Visitors can park on the first and second levels of the garage.
  • In addition, 16 handicap spaces are available just outside the parking garage, closer to the entrance.
  • The only entrance into the market this year is adjacent to this parking garage due to COVID-19 King County Health Department entry & exit regulations.  
  • Due to COVID-19 shopper count regulations, expect a wait in line to enter the market.
  • The ATM and public restrooms are located inside the barn and are still available this year.
  • Four hand-sanitizing stations have been added to the market.

Reasons to Shop at Farmers Markets

  • Freshly picked, ripe fruits and vegetables are at their peak in flavor and nutrition.
  • You can try new fruits or vegetables. Many farmers markets offer lesser-known produce, giving you access to a variety of fruits and vegetables that can be nutritious and delicious.
  • Farmers often have good advice on how to prepare produce.
  • Farmers markets can be important for communities, both socially and economically. You can meet local farmers, learn about food grown in your area, and catch up with friends and neighbors.
  • Shopping at farmers markets also supports your local farmers and keeps the money you spend closer to home.
  • A trip to a farmers market can help get kids involved in nutrition. Let youngsters pick out something new to try, or create a scavenger hunt to find certain fruits and vegetables.