Being in the heart of the Midwest, Racine County has an abundance of fresh, locally grown produce at hand. Check out the list of our local markets and independent roadside stands for that fresh farm-to-table feel.
Tips While at a Farm Stand or Farmers Market
- Do not visit a farm stand or farmer's market if you are sick, such as having a cough or fever, or a member of a high-risk group.
- Don’t touch any items you haven't purchased and minimize money handling. Allow farmers to serve you when possible.
- Thank your farmer! These are especially challenging times for our farmers, food makers and restaurants as they work hard to feed us. We must invest in and strengthen our region’s farms and food supply.
18324 Old Yorkville Rd., Union Grove
Two sisters team up to bring fresh, hand-cut flowers on an almost daily basis to their roadside stand located in Union Grove.
W199 Hwy 50, Burlington
Family-owned farm providing fresh produce and weekly "Veggie Buckets" from their homestead.
141 Stuart Rd., Racine
This roadside stand brings you the freshest produce, direct from their fields, picked fresh daily. Tomatoes, sweet corn, peppers, beets, melons, pickles, cucumbers, zucchini come in abundant quantities at this farm stand.
7120 Braun Rd., Racine
Specializing in sweet corn, vacationers from 26 states have already stopped in and purchased their produce.
8708 County Rd. V, Caledonia
A small 1/4 acre cut flower garden of specialty blooms available for wholesale to local florists, retail within small businesses, and available for purchase by the bouquet, along with other locally grown greens and produce at their farm stand.
509 E. Main St., Waterford
Koji's Produce has a wide variety of homegrown and local produce as well as an assortment of kettle corn, honey products, cheeses, butters, flavored coffee, and baked goods. Each season finds products either locally grown or locally sourced. In spring, you will find a variety of homegrown flower baskets, planters and flats. During summer, the stand is full of freshly harvested vegetables, such as tomatoes, cucumbers and sweet corn. With Autumn comes pumpkins, squash, corn stalks, and straw bales. The winds of winter bring in beautifully crafted handmade wreaths as well as grave sprays and Christmas trees. Whatever season, you can count on their products being fresh for you and your family!
2429 43rd St., Caledonia
Wayne's Daughters Greenhouses is a local, 9th generation, family-owned and operated business/farm growing annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, planters, hangers, and more.
5006 S. Sylvania Ave., Sturtevant
Pick up your farm favorites such as apple cider, apple cider, donuts, and more from Apple Holler's Outdoor Market during the 2020 season. Open daily 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Wehmhoff Square at Washington St. and Pine St., Burlington
Enjoy an open-air market in the heart of downtown Burlington every Thursday 3 - 7 p.m.
11600 Washington Ave., Racine
Local farm market open year-round featuring "Borzy Boxes," an abundance of fresh, mainly homegrown produce for only $10! Open 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Saturdays.
3920 N. Green Bay Rd., Caledonia
Open-air market located in the parking lot at St. Monica's Senior Living Facility on Thursdays 2 - 6 p.m.
2210 Rapids Dr., Racine
This year-round market features rotating vendors offering handmade goods, produce, sundries, local food vendors, beer, wine, and food alongside their hydroponic greenhouses. Open weekends 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Milaeger's, 4838 Douglas Ave., Racine
Over 40 vendors with fresh produce, microgreens, local cheeses, bread and bakery, meats, honey, jams, sauces and seasonings, and local artisans on Sundays 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. year-round.
Fountain Banquet Hall parking lot, 8505 Durand Ave., Racine
Located adjacent to the Fountain Banquet Hall on Mondays mornings 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Village Square Park at Main St. and 10th Ave., Union Grove
An open-air market in the heart of the Union Grove community Tuesdays 3 PM - 7 PM throughout the summer.
Main Street, Downtown Waterford
Every Saturday from June to October, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.