Farmers Markets have become popular throughout the United States as people are more and more concerned about buying fresh foods for their families. Growers throughout the countryside either grow these fine foods for their families and their winter supply of food, or they grow foods because they love to watch things grow and produce. As a person who doesn’t garden, it’s always refreshing to see local produce being available to buy.
The Farmers Market at Lake of the Woods is located at the local Hardware Hank parking lot at 804 West Main St., Baudette, MN (Hwy 11 West).
The store owners have plenty of space both for parking and lawn where displays are set up. The owners are very generous to provide this area and the location is perfect as the site is very visible to all who travel that road.
The Farmers Market was started about 10 years ago by local citizens who had an abundance of produce. The side benefit of sharing their produce was putting a little revenue in their pockets. Since that time they have organized the Market with the help of organizations as Minnesota Grown and Fresh Start Markets. Consult these organizations for more locations to pick up fresh produce during your travel times.
The Farmers Market at Baudette features foods that are homegrown homemade and home raised.. Many handcrafted and other specialty items are also available. This small town of Baudette is friendly to visit and is located near the Lake of the Woods with boating, fishing, bike trails and much more. The Farmers Market is handicapped accessible and is open from June to September on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Weather doesn’t seem to be an issue because these vendors are serious about selling their products. Rain, wind or even colder temps don’t seem to dampen their efforts.
Each vendor has unique wares to offer. You will find baked goods, cheese, arts and crafts, flowers, eggs, herbs, honey, jams, meats, plants, coffee, fruits, homemade rugs, jewelry, Tupperware, and an awesome display of wooden benches, beds, picnic tables and many other smaller items. There is no lack of talent in this area and the vendors are willing to go to the extra work of transporting their wares to the selling location to share those talents with the public.
Last modified: 08/07/2020