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Every Saturday Morning

8 to 11 a.m. April through September

9 to 11 a.m. October through March

All local farmers and vendors sell fresh produce, meats, and cheese as well as breads, pastries, granola, juices, jams, jellies, honey, flowers and crafts.

If severe weather is forecasted, stay tuned on Facebook for updates.

609 Dixie Street Carrollton, GA 30117just north of Tanner Medical Center. Parking in rear, behind Haney Drug Corner, from Ambulance Drive.

Want to be a vendor?  Click here for information and application

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SNAP (food stamps) accepted and DOUBLED April through September. Tokens are issued to spend with eligible vendors.  EBT cards may be swiped until the end of September. Tokens may be used through the end of October.

2024 is our 23rd year!!!
Our Farmers Market is year-r
ound. That means the only Saturdays we will not have a market are when the weather is dangerous such as snow, ice, lightening, or dangerous cold. Otherwise we will be open. Check our Facebook page for the latest weather alerts.



This producer only market provides a place for produce, meat, and dairy grown/produced exclusively by local farmers from the West Georgia and East Alabama area, specifically Carroll County or an adjoining county: Haralson, Paulding, Douglas, Fulton, Coweta, Heard, and also Randolph and Cleburne counties in Alabama OR within a 50 mile radius of downtown Carrollton.

Our Market:

  • Promotes sustainable agricultural practices

  • Empowers local farm families by giving them an outlet to sell directly to the public

  • Builds community by reconnecting local farmers to consumers


We foster land stewardship, good health, and community interaction by creating an outlet for local small farmers and vendors to market locally produced products directly to the consumer.


The Market provides a foundation for building partnerships among farmers, agriculturists, consumers, and the business community.

Please use the following health precautions when you come to the farmers market:
** Do not come to market if you are sick with anything.
** If a line forms at a booth, do not crowd a booth.
** Please sanitize your hands before and after you attend the farmers market. Most vendors have hand sanitizer for you to use.
** Do not handle food that you do not intend to purchase. Our vendors will package items so that you can purchase them with minimal handling.

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