Vine-fresh tomatoes, free-range chicken eggs, and locally raised meat—shop for all this and more at a Highland Lakes farmers market. You might even find crafts.

Farmers markets typically crop up in the spring and continue through early fall and offer space for local producers to sell homegrown and handmade products

Highland Lakes farmers markets include:

Burnet Farmers and Crafts Market

9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturdays from mid-April to mid-November

Courthouse square in Burnet

Vendors offer homemade tamales and salsas, fresh chicken and duck eggs, produce, local honey, wood crafts, jewelry, T-shirts, homemade jellies, baked goods, and more. Interested vendors and food trucks may contact Jenny McCoy at 770-363-7706 or burnetfarmersmarket@gmail.com.

Downtown Marble Falls Farmers Market

4-7 p.m. Tuesdays

Harmony Park on Main Street in Marble Falls

Vendors fresh produce, grass-fed beef, sourdough bread, homestyle barbecue sauce, Alaskan seafood, freeze-dried candy, pet treats, and more. Visit the market’s webpage for a vendor application.

Llano Farmers and Crafters Market

9 a.m.-1 p.m. the first and third Saturdays of the month all year 

Courthouse square in Llano

Vendors offer fruits, vegetables, eggs, breads, pies, canned goods, preserves, local honey, quilts, pottery, art, jewelry, handcrafted home decor and more. Call Tony Guidroz at 325-372-1088 for more information.

If you know of another farmers market in the Highland Lakes, leave the details in the comment section below.

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