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Are you ready for fresh fruits and vegetables straight from our local farms? It’s that time of year again, the farmers’ markets have begun to open for the summer season throughout the North Lake Tahoe area. It’s not only about the delicious produce that you can buy, but also the whole experience of being at the market. There is always a wide array of options for purchase like honey, breads, fish, meat, flowers and much more. At the Sierraville market you will be treated with a cooking demonstration and sample tastings each week. At the Truckee Thursdays market you will be in the heart of town enjoying live music, art, local business tents and children’s activities.

This year there is a new Sunday market in Truckee. Through a collaboration with Sierra Valley Farms and Slow Food Lake Tahoe, this market will include everything from organic fruits and vegetables to cheeses and small batch goods such as sauces and jams. The goal is to offer customers a one stop food market, and the weekend timing should benefit the Monday-Friday worker-bees who may not be able to attend the other markets.

North Tahoe Farmers’ Market Schedule – Summer 2015


Truckee River Regional Park
10500 Brockway Road
Truckee, CA 96161
Tuesdays: June 2 through October 20
8am to 1pm

Downtown Truckee in association with Truckee Thursdays
Donner Pass Road
Thursdays: June 11 through August 20
5pm to 9pm

Factory Outlet Stores
12047 Donner Pass Road
Truckee, CA 96161
Sundays: June 14 through September 27
8:30am to 9:45pm

Tahoe City

Commons Beach
Thursdays: May 28 through June18; August 27 through September 24
8am to 1pm

Tahoe Lake Elementary School
375 Grove Street
Thursdays: June 25 through August 20
8am to 1pm


Sierra Valley Farms
1329 County Road A23
Beckwourth, CA 96129
Fridays: June 5 through September 11
10am to 2pm

Incline Village

1115 Tunnel Creek Road
Incline Village, NV
Thursdays: May 7 through September 24
4pm to 7pm

Crystal Bay

The Tahoe Biltmore
5 US HWY 28
Fridays: May 8 through September 25
10am to 2pm


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