Foodland Ontario
Foodland Ontario

The Barrie Farmers’ Market is Reopening

for Walk-In Shopping on June 13!


We are very happy to announce that after a month of only taking pre-orders for pick up, the Barrie Farmers’ Market is re-opening for pedestrians and on-site shopping on Saturday, June 13. Vendors will be set up in the City Hall parking lot from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Saturday. There is plenty of free, on-street parking around City Hall.

Customers should enter at Mulcaster Street and the size of the crowd will be controlled to allow for safe shopping with space between shoppers in line. Families should send only one person to shop and customers are asked to leave the market as soon as they’re finished. There will not be any seating, entertainment, eating on site, or washrooms for customers.

For those customers who would prefer to order in advance for low-contact pick up, more information is available in the Online Orders section of our site.


Shoppers, farmers, and local communities love farmers’ markets. Nothing is as fresh as the food grown, raised, harvested, and produced close to home. By purchasing from local producers you are supporting entrepreneurs and employers, and keeping money in the local economy.
Please think of the environment and bring reusable bags while shopping at the market.

Pets are not permitted on the premises of the Barrie Farmers’ Market. Federal, provincial, and county food safety laws prohibit animals anywhere food is sold or prepared with the exception of guide dogs and service dogs.

Smoking is not permitted at the market.