Island Spotlight: The Coronado Farmers’ Market at Ferry Landing

Fall is here and San Diego farmers’ markets are brimming with seasonal goods—and the Coronado Farmers’ Market is no exception. The longest running farmers’ market in San Diego County, the Coronado Farmers’ Market is truly the cream of the crop with an extensive array of fresh produce, vibrant flowers, seasonal pumpkins and more. See the details to know for your next visit below. 

Ideal Seaside Locale

The Coronado Farmers’ Market  at Coronado Ferry Landing sits beside the gorgeous waterfront, providing the perfect backdrop for picking up some fresh produce, taking a seaside stroll or grabbing a quick, delicious bite. The local vendors are happy to share their favorite recipes, as well as give insight on any questions you may have about their products. Find yourself there every Tuesday afternoon from 2:30 pm to 6:00 pm.

High Quality Goods

The Coronado Farmers’ market is a Certified Farmers’ Market, (CFM) meaning it is a place where you are purchasing agriculture directly from the farm, and all growers have been verified and inspected to ensure they are the producers of the locally sourced items being sold at the market. The County Agricultural Commissioner is in charge of certifying these markets, to ensure you are receiving not only the best produce, but for the right price and quality as well.

Seasonal Favorites 

Produce and goods at the Coronado Farmers’ Market change with the season, offering new and delicious market finds with every visit. While you may still find some wonderful summer produce like cantaloupes, the market is currently brimming with a plethora of fall favorites like bountiful peppers and artichokes. Pears, apples, grapes and tomatoes are in abundance as well. Plus, just in time for the Thanksgiving season, the Coronado Farmers’ Market has an extensive selection of beautiful pumpkins, squash and more.