Port Austin Farmers Market

Explore Port Austin Farmers Market

Huron County is at the tip of Michigan’s “Thumb”. With over 90 miles of shoreline on the big lake and some of the richest farmland in the entire state. Each Saturday morning during the summer season Port Austin plays host to 150 vendors at Port Austin Farmers Market, one of the largest regional open-air markets in the Great Lakes.

Farm to Table in Port Austin Michigan

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The Port Austin Farmers Market has a series of small stalls for craftsmen and vendors to sell their products even in inclement weather. The vendor stalls are reminiscent to Germany’s Christmas time markets in Europe.

Browse among fresh seasonal produce from local farms and orchards.  Pick among the local artists in woodworking, pottery, painting, textiles, and photography.  Sample delicious baked goods, homemade jams, sauces, and pickles.  Fresh and smoked fish is available from several fisheries operating out of the Great Lakes.

If your tired of shopping have a seat in the market center and enjoy live music or take a chance at winning in the weekly 50/50 raffle. The people watching and sites and smells of the Port Austin Farmers Market are worth spending a few minutes to enjoy on a Saturday morning.

150 Local Craftsmen and Farmers at the Market

Port Austin Farmers Market Flowers

The Port Austin Farmers Market is open each Saturday morning from 9 am to 1 pm during the summer season.  Its located right in town so you can park anywhere and take a short stroll in. If you find parking is tight, head toward the water tower. There is ample parking at the Port Austin Butterfly House and Gardens.

This video is part of a promotional campaign for Port Austin Michigan produced by Huron County Economic Development Corporation. They are short and highlight the best aspects of our wonderful area. Worth a look. If you think this is pretty good stuff please Like and Share.

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