The Saturday Farmers’ Market is the NUMBER ONE produce and plant market in central Florida which takes place every Saturday morning from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Central Park West Meadow, located at the corner of New York Avenue & Morse Boulevard. It is a popular community gathering place that provides fine produce, plants, baked goods and so much more.

The Saturday Farmers’ Market is closed each year typically on the third Saturday in March due to the Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival, and typically the second Saturday in October for the Autumn Art Festival. The Saturday Farmers’ Market was previously held at the old train depot, a historical landmark, located at 200 W. New England Ave.

Farmer's Market at the West Meadow with plant vendor and tents behind it.
Since the market is very popular, vendor space is extremely limited. We require that all vendors must have a sales tax number as well as collect and report sales tax. All consumable products must be approved and licensed through the State of Florida Agriculture or Business Regulations. The city does not honor the Cottage Food laws.

Product categories that we DO NOT accept

  • Informational and/or promotional items
  • Cottage Food items
  • Resale or flea market-type merchandise
  • Packaged, nationally-distributed foods or products
  • Overly-processed foods

Vendor Applications for Inquiry can be submitted to Due to the volume of applications, please note that only the vendors that have been selected to participate in the market will be contacted.

Access the Fresh Access Bucks (FAB) & Supplemental Nutrition Access (SNAP) Programs information

Access Historic Farmers’ Market Building Rental Information.

Our Vision

Winter Park is the city of arts and culture, cherishing its traditional scale and charm while building a healthy and sustainable future for all generations.