Guntersville Farmers Market

1500 Sunset Drive
Guntersville, AL 35976
(256) 571-7590

Located at 1500 Sunset Drive Guntersville, AL 35976 in Guntersville, Alabama. Drop by to see for yourself. Call to learn more about its assortment of vegetables, crafts, local specialties, organic food and fruits. Hours are April-November Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday, 7:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. Takes WIC, SFMNP. Click the Edit link if you frequent this market to help people find out about what is sold.


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Love the organic farmers!!!!!

-- Debra.j.whitehead

Excellent produce. A wide variety in selection. The quality is amazing and the prices are excellent. I've been putting produce in the freezer. I figure it's cheaper to buy and preserve from the farmer's market than to plant myself.

-- Phyllis

Was there 6/28/12 @ 7am good people great prices... Peaches, okra, peppers, squash, garlic (100 year old seeds), onions, plants, lots of beans (rattlesnake), blackberries, and lots more..

-- Quinn

I have always went to the Farmers Market in Guntersville. Found great prices. Better than grocery store prices. I also canned a lot if veggies from the Farmers Market and plan to do it again.

-- Patsy Barnard

I am a vendor at the Guntersville's Farmer's Market. We are the McCord Farm we strive to make the market a pleasant visit each week. We grow all of our vegetable in Paint Rock Valley, Woodville, and in Gurley area. We also make homemade apple,peach,apricot pies. We are honest and hardworking farmers. The 2012 season will be our 5th year at the market and we look forward to seeing everyone. Come out and see what we have this year.

-- Michelle McCord

I love this farmer's market. It's still a little early for the vegetables to be boundless. However, I go at least once a week and always come home with loads of stuff. There are flower and plants, crafts and, mostly, home-grown vegetables. The people are down-to-earth and work hard to keep your business. Wish it was opened more than 3 days a week. Usually the vendors are gone shortly after noon.

-- Brenda

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