Winter hours 9am – 1pm start Friday, October 2nd at all our markets.
Friday Farmers Market • 9am–1pm
Trail Dust Town – Home of Pinnacle Peak – map
The fledgling member of Heirloom Farmers Markets offering fresh produce to Tucson’s east side. For the past 4 years, Heirloom Farmers Markets held their Friday neighborhood market at Jesse Owens Park on south Sarnoff. “Tucson’s East side residents have been very supportive of our farmers market at Jesse Owens Park. Trail Dust Town is a busy commercial venue that is easily accessed by major cross streets and has a charming courtyard that takes us back to the ‘Old West’ time and place when great food merchants came to town to sell their goods. Moving to Trail Dust Town just continues our mission to have thriving farmers markets in comfortable attractive locations.” says Roxanne Garcia – Co-Executive Director of Heirloom Farmers Markets.
As of January 9, 2015 find the farmers market at 6541 E. Tanque Verde Rd., just east of Pima St. and south of Kolb Rd. Bring the family and enjoy everything this premiere farmers’ market has to offer.
Saturday Farmers Market • 9am–1pm
Oro Valley – Steam Pump Ranch – map
Launched in 2004, the market was born out of the Oro Valley Parks and Recreation Department and the Oro Valley Town Hall’s vision to celebrate community. It has quickly become an important community focal point for the area. Friends, families and neighbors stroll through the market every Saturday morning. Heirloom Farmers Market at Oro Valley has a wonderful, friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Last season the market averaged 30 vendor stalls and over 700 customers each week. Several fun events are planned each year to introduce more customers to this neighborhood gem, including Second Saturdays at Steam Pump Ranch. Find the Farmers Market at Steam Pump Ranch – 10901 N Oracle Rd. on Oracle Rd. north of the Home Depot Retail Center.
Sunday Farmers Market • 9am–1pm
Rillito Park Food Pavilion – map
On Sunday, November 23, 2014, the Heirloom Farmers Markets Group launched its newest and largest market at Rillito Park. The market runs Sundays year-round, come early for the best veggies and FREE parking! Located in the southeast corner of the Rillito Park property right next to the Rillito Path Loop and Rillito Park Racetrack. The Sunday market boasts 60+ market vendors, food trucks, live music and seasonal chef demonstrations. In collaboration with Heirloom and The Rillito Park Foundation, Pima County has built a permanent farmers market pavilion that serves as a destination for all local food and offers 5,000 sqft of shopping shade. “We are creating a place that aligns with our mission of celebrating, connecting and educating the community of all that local food has to offer”, says Manish Shah, Co-Director of the Heirloom Farmers Markets. Visit us every Sunday to experience it for yourself!