The Market at Ag Heritage Park

The Market is an open-air, growers-only farmers market that operates each Thursday, May-August, at Ag Heritage Park on the Auburn University campus. Hosted by the College of Agriculture, The Market features area vendors offering fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables, herbs, ornamental plants and cut flowers as well as locally produced jams and jellies, baked goods, soaps, honey, goat cheese and more.

This Week’s Vendors

Now in its 13th season, The Market at Ag Heritage Park gives Auburn University employees and students and all area residents the opportunity to Buy Fresh, Buy Local, directly from the growers.

The weekly farmers market is open to the public, and everyone is welcome. It is held rain or shine, unless severe weather poses a danger to vendors and customers.

The Market first opened in 2004 and is a service of the Auburn University College of Agriculture in partnership with the Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station.

The 2017 season will run from Thursday, May 11, to Thursday, Aug. 24. Hours are 3 to 6 p.m.

MARKET POLICIES

Meet Our Vendors

The businesses listed below are some of the regulars who provide market visitors with fresh fruits and vegetables, baked and canned goods, meats, flowers and plants, cheese and much more. See “Vendors This Week” for a more complete listing.


Aplin Farms – Slocomb

Bee Hive Farms – Camp Hill

Boozer Farms – Thorsby

Blackwood Farms

Bradley Branch Farms

Bulger Creek Farm – Notasulga

Burnette Farms – Thorsby

Cindy Cakes – Auburn

Dykes Farm – Cusseta

George Farms – Eclectic

GiGi’s Fabulous Foods – Montgomery

Harman Family Farm – Opelika

Hooks Produce

Hornady Coffee

Hornsby Farms

Leo’s Produce – Tallassee

Mayflour Breads – Auburn

Nellie’s Fried Pies – Phenix City

Pecan Point Farm – Hurtsboro

Pullman Farm

Quail Hollow Gardens

Sabor Provisions

Simple Simon

Slay Farms

Sweet Popcorn Gal – Auburn

Wells Produce Market – Cottonwood 

 

Find The Market

The Market at Ag Heritage Park takes place on the grounds of the Edward L. Lowder Red Barn, located at 580-B S Donahue Dr. Just look for the two silos. Parking is on the right just before you reach the barn.

Directions

From downtown Auburn:

  • Drive ½ mile south on College Street away from Auburn’s city center (Toomer’s Corner at the intersection of Magnolia Avenue and College Street).
  • Turn right (west) on Samford Avenue.
  • Proceed west on Samford for four blocks to the intersection of Samford and Donahue Drive.
  • Turn left on Donahue Drive. The Market’s entrance is located on the right.

From I-85:

  • Take Exit #51.
  • Proceed north on Highway 29/College Street for 2 miles to the intersection of Donahue Drive and College/29.
  • Turn left onto Donahue Drive.
  • The Market is located on the left just before Samford Avenue.