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Farmers Markets You’ll Want to Visit Soon for a Delicious Taste of the Hill Country

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Getting out to a Texas Hill Country farmers market has long been a tradition of many locals. The fresh produce, homemade entrees, baked goods, fresh flowers, and cold beverages (some made right in front of you) simply can’t be beaten. The prospect of discovering a find you can’t turn away from is strong, and the opportunity to shop local stimulates the area’s economy and helps your local farmer. Here are three Texas Hill Country farmers markets you should visit soon!

1. Dripping Springs Farmers Market

Texas Hill Country Farmer’s Markets You Should be Visiting Soon

Photo: Facebook/Dripping Springs Farmers Market – Official

Although we know that farmer’s markets generally occur on the weekend, the Dripping Springs Farmer’s Market takes place on Wednesdays from 3 – 6 p.m. Making for a great break in the middle of your work week, this is an awesome place to grab a treat, do some local shopping, and even catch some live, local music in the process!

2. Fredericksburg Farmers Market

Texas Hill Country Farmer’s Markets You Should be Visiting Soon

Photo: Facebook/Fredericksburg Farmers Market

Now in its 11th year, the Fredericksburg Farmer’s Market is actually open on Thursdays from 4 – 7 p.m.! Located in historic Fredericksburg the market features many vendors and offers a wide array of goods, also helping you to usher in a great weekend ahead.

3. Farmers Market at the Cibolo in Boerne

Texas Hill Country Farmer’s Markets You Should be Visiting Soon

Photo: Facebook/The Farmers Market at the Cibolo

Celebrating sustainable living, the Farmers Market at the Cibolo in Boerne is a wonderful place to purchase produce, learn something about Texas Hill Country history, and enjoy a serene setting at the Cibolo Nature Center. It’s a wonderful way to spend a day in Texas!