Attending all the Charleston Area Farmers Markets is at the top of our summer to-do list.
I’ve compiled a list of all the local markets in and around Charleston plus some unique bags to tote your goodies!
*Please note I checked the websites for all markets 6/29/22, but all times and markets are subject to change so please do your own search before you head to any of them.*
645 Coleman Blvd, Mt Pleasant, SC /3:30-7pm/ April-Sept.
Ackerman Park/3-7pm/ April-Nov.
Exchange Park, 5025 Lackawanna Blvd/ 3-7pm/ May-Oct
418 East Main Street, Moncks Corner, SC/3-7pm/ April-Nov.
329 Meeting St, Charleston, SC / 8-2pm/ April-November/ Holiday market December!
200 S Main St, Summerville, SC/8-1/April-Nov.
If you go to Summerville, this strawberry chocolate cookie is devine! The chocolate chip was also so amazing, but the strawberry is such a unique cookie like nothing I’ve ever had!
I also LOVED mama bears chicken salad! The spicy cranberry was also like no other chicken salad I’ve ever had. The plain cranberry was equally as good. Don’t miss her booth and she is such a nice lady!
Farmers Market & Grocery Bags:
THIS one comes in handy for days I want to hit the grocery store before getting the kids at school for something for supper.
Keeps it cold in line and until I make it home.
So many unique color choices but I love this rose gold one!
Also perfect for the farmers market for anything you need to keep warm or cold!
Mesh Bags!– Perfect for your fruits or veggies.
And for hands free ease of getting around, don’t forget a trendy little fanny pack 🙂
Other unique fresh and local goodies shops to check out:
Carolina Cider Co: 3 different locations to check out!
Stono Market and Tomato Shed
842 Main Rd, Johns Island, SC 29455
It’s a fresh goods grocery store with veggies but also fresh baked breads, jams, jellies, pies, even some homeade frozen meals like meatloaf and pastas.
PLUS a restaurant(think cracker barrel but more on the country side-I think the veggie plate is their most popular item)
Champney’s Blueberry Farm-They are closed temporarily to allow their berries to ripen(as of 6/13/22), but they have the best blueberries I’ve ever tasted.
You can make it an experience and pick your own, or buy already picked berries if they have them available. Call before you go as they’re a small farm.