Arroyo Grande Wednesday Mornings


Cross Streets: Grand Avenue & Courtland

Smart + Final Parking Lot

1464 East Grand Avenue

The Wednesday morning market has about 35 growers who collectively provide a good variety of in-season vegetables, fruits, fish, and flowers. This market is located in the Smart & Final parking lot. Having a farmers’ market in the parking lot of a grocery store makes it very convenient for shoppers. Customers can buy in season products at the farmers’ market and then go in Smart & Final to complete their weekly shopping needs.

Morro Bay Thursday Afternoons


Cross Streets: Main Street & Elena

Spencer’s Fresh Markets Parking Lot

2650 Main St

The gulls hover overhead as the farmers begin to set up their booths every Thursday afternoon around 2:00 p.m. The Morro Bay Farmers’ Market smells of the ocean, but reaps the rewards of the land. Farmers from as far south as Goleta, east as Delano, and north as Salinas come to sell their goods at this Thursday afternoon market.

San Luis Obispo Saturday Mornings


Cross Streets: Madonna & Dalidio

World Market/Embassy Suites Parking Lot

325 Madonna Road

If you live in San Luis Obispo, it’s hard to shop at the Saturday morning farmers’ market without running into at least one person you know. This is the biggest little market in SLO. Over the past few years the market has grown to over 60 vendors and is the busiest of the SLO County Farmers’ Market Association’s five markets. You can always count on finding the freshest local produce brought to you by California farmers.

Arroyo Grande Saturday Afternoons


Olohan Alley in the Village

As the roosters roam and crow around the Olohan Alley, you really get the feeling of country at this downtown market. Artists are selling their wares by the creek-side and musicians fill the air with music. The setting couldn’t be a more enticing venue to stroll through Farmers’ Market and stock up for the week with the freshest and most abundant produce around. It’s located right at the footbridge in old downtown Arroyo Grande, giving this country market a small urban-like feel.

Other Markets


Baywood/Los Osos 2–4:30pm Santa Maria St. between 2nd & 3rd St. 

Robyn Gable (805) 748-1109 northcountyfarmersmarkets.com


Paso Robles 9–11:30am 11th St. & Spring St.

Robyn Gable (805) 748-1109 northcountyfarmersmarkets.com

San Luis Obispo 2:30–5:30 (5:00 winter) 224 Tank Farm Rd

Jeff Nielsen ‪ (805) 824-7383‬ farmsupplyfarmersmarket.com


Arroyo Grande 8:30am–11am 1464 East Grand Ave. Smart & Final Parking Lot

Esther Rigoni (805) 503-9105 slofarmersmarkets@gmail.com slocountyfarmers.org

Atascadero 3pm–6pm East Mall Avenue Atascadero Sunken Gardens

Robyn Gable (805) 748-1109 northcountyfarmersmarkets.com


Morro Bay 2:00pm–4:30pm 2650 Main St. Spencer’s Parking Lot

Esther Rigoni (805) 503-9105 slofarmersmarkets@gmail.com slocountyfarmers.org

Downtown SLO 6:00pm-9:00pm Higuera between Osos and Chorro St.

Jeff Nielsen (805) 824-7383


Avila Beach open March 5–September 27 4pm–8pm Avila Promenade—Front St.

Julie Andrews-Scott (805) 602-8266 visitavilabeach.com

Cambria 2:30pm–5:30pm 1000 Main St.

Jeff Nielsen (805) 824-7383 cambriafarmersmarket.com

Cayucos open June 7–August 30 10am–12:30pm Ocean Ave. & D St. Market

Lola Balestra (805) 955-1664


Arroyo Grande 12pm-2:30pm 214 E. Branch St. between Short St. & Mason

Esther Rigoni (805) 503-9105 slofarmersmarkets@gmail.com slocountyfarmers.org

Morro Bay 2:30pm–5:30pm Main St. & Morro Bay Blvd.

Jeff Nielsen (805) 824-7383 morrobayfarmersmarket.com

Paso Robles 9am–1pm 11th St. & Spring St.

Lindaflor Larsen (805) 239-7347

San Luis Obispo 8am–10:45am 325 Madonna Rd. World Market Parking Lot

Esther Rigoni (805) 503-9105 slofarmersmarkets@gmail.com slocountyfarmers.org

Templeton 9am–12:30pm 6th St. City Park

Robyn Gable (805) 748-1109 northcountyfarmersmarkets.com