Dale City Farmers Market

14090 Gemini Way
Dale City, VA 22193
(703) 670-7112 / (703) 670-7112
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Email: bfinney at pwcparks dot org

This Dale City farmers market is located at Center Plaza, Dale Blvd. Dale City, VA 22193. Sundays from 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. at the Dale City Commuter Lot, 14090 Gemini Way. Drop by to see for yourself. Call to learn more about its assortment of vegetables, fruits, local specialties, crafts and organic food. Hours are April-November Sunday, 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Click the Edit link if you shop at this market to tell us more about what is sold.


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Enough with the Commercial Bakeries! I'm disappointed that there are commercial vendors (mainly bakeries)at the market. I can go into any grocery store and buy commercial bread or into their stores; can't understand why they are at Farmer's Markets. The purpose of Farmer's Markets is get to products from small seller's not those producing in commercial facilities. I travel outside of this county to have actual Homemade Artisan Breads produced by people working hard in their homes, not with massive equipment that produces in large quantities; the quality of these commercial bakeries is equivalent to going in for bread at a local grocery store! I really enjoy the produce vendors, the herbs/spice man with lavender, the goat cheese vendor, pickle people!

-- Cheryl

Does anyone know the name of the farm where the goat cheese comes from?

-- Lynn

Dale City Farmer's Market was featured in the YouTube video of Farmers' Market Dale City, Virginia July 10,2011 HD 1080.http://www.youtube.com/wat​ch?v=wQCkBjTB_A8 Farmers' Market in the Dale City commuter lot is open every Sunday from ...8 a.m. to 1 p.m. from April to November. Local farmers and vendors feature fresh produce, baked breads, jellies, live plants and flowers as well as other things sure to make your visit enjoyable on a Sunday morning. Bring the family and make it a regular family event.

-- Designermite

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