Ultimate Guide: Farmers Markets In The Inland Empire

This guide will give you all of the information you need to know about every Farmers Market in the Inland Empire — It’s updated often, so it’s always current.


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Map Of The Inland Empire Farmers Markets


Chino Hills Farmers Market

The Shoppes at Chino Hills (On The Promenade)

13920 City Center Drive, Chino Hills, CA 91709

Wednesdays from 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm


Chino Hills Farmers Market

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The Chino Hills Farmers Market has a decent variety of fruits and vegetables despite it’s small size. Here you can get anything that’s being grown in season for a reasonable price. However, one of the best vendors at this market doesn’t even sell produce — They sell cakes. And the cakes are to die for!



Claremont Farmers & Artisans Market

The Village Claremont, 112 Harvard Ave, #73

Claremont CA, 91711

Sundays 8:00 am – 1:00 pm


Claremont Farmers Market

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The Claremont Farmers & Artisans Market is probably the most popular farmers market in the Inland Empire. People flock to this farmers market from all over town sheerly just for the experience. Not only are there fresh cut flowers, fruits, and vegetables on every aisle, they also have an astounding variety of artisans, specialty stores, and bakeries — And this is why the people come! A few of the vendors that you can’t miss at this farmers market sell seafood, breads, cheeses, and olive oil. There are also vendors that sell grass-fed meats and organic eggs.


Corona Certified Farmers’ Market

480 Corona Mall, Corona, CA 92879

Saturdays 8:30 am – 12:30 pm


Corona Farmers Market

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The Corona Certified Farmers’ Market is known for their variety of fresh fruits, vegetables, and flowers. It also features raw local honey and some of the best hummus in town! It’s a cute little spot with lots to offer and it’s quickly becoming a Saturday ritual for many people in Corona. Be sure to arrive early though, because parking can be tricky at this new location.


Fontana Farmers Market

8491 Sierra Ave, Fontana, CA 92335

Saturdays 8:00 am – 1:00 pm


Fontana Farmers Market

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The Fontana Farmer’s Market is one of the smaller farmers markets on the list. But it does have good fruits and vegetables available. It’s also known for its handmade tamales, fresh eggs, delicious drinks, and baked bread. If you’re already in the area or you live close by, this is a great one to catch.


Hemet Farmers Market

201-299 N Harvard St, Hemet, CA 92543

Saturdays 8:00 am – 1:00 pm


Hemet Farmers Market

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The Hemet Farmers Market is small and quaint. It’s easy to find organic produce, local raw honey, and fresh flowers here. But it has a few vendors that you do not want to miss — The flavored oils booth and the hummus booth are two that readily come to mind. Surprisingly, there’s also a vendor that sells used books there and her booth always has a steady flow of traffic. So be sure to check her out too!


Old Town La Verne Certified Farmers Market

Old Town La Verne at 3rd and D Streets

Saturdays 8:00 am – 1:00 pm


La Verne Farmers Market

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The Old Town La Verne Certified Farmers Market is a smaller farmer market that has a decent variety of fresh fruits and vegetables. But one of the coolest aspects of this farmer’s market is there selection of local art. So don’t miss that. Another vendor that you have to see is the strawberry man — Who has the best strawberries around. Parking at this venue can be a little tricky, so be sure to get there early.


Murrieta Certified Farmers Market

41717 Juniper St, Murrieta, CA 92562

Sundays 9:00 am – 1:00  pm


The Murrieta Certified Farmers Market is a great farmers market with lots of produce choices to choose from. There’s also a barbecue vendor that sells ribs, chicken, and other meats. And if you’re into natural skin care, then this farmers market is a goldmine! They sell some of the best skin care products around.


Ontario Market

1701 S Mountain Ave, Ontario, CA 91762

Every Day 8:00 am – 8:00 pm


Ontario Farmers Market

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This is an actual market, not a farmers market with vendors. That being said, the market sells lots of fruits and vegetables for a really great price. It also has a wide variety of products that many of the other farmers markets in the inland empire do not. For instance, they carry a good selection of teas, nuts, and cheeses to choose from. They even sell hookah products, if you’re into that.


Pomona Farmers Market

2nd St & Garey Ave, Pomona, CA 91769

Saturdays 7:00 am – 12:00 pm


Pomona has 2 farmers markets, one on Wednesday and one on Saturday. The one that you want to attend is on Saturdays. This farmers market is pretty popular and has a wide variety of vendors as a result. Of course, you can get everything from fresh fruit, vegetables, and flowers. But you can also get a great selection of specialty items. For instance, there is a baker that bakes almost any kind of bread you can imagine. There are vendors that sell fresh eggs and even hand made tamales!


Redlands Farmers Market

City Parking Lot, Redlands, CA 92373

Saturdays 7:00 am – 10:00 am


Redlands Farmers Market

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Loads of fresh fruits and vegetables at the Redlands Farmers Market. Try the cherries, brussels sprouts, and tomatoes. There’s also a bakery that sells the best little cakes and pies, so don’t miss it! This farmer’s market open early, which may be a deal breaker on a Saturday morning. But if you can, get there early, so you have first crack at all the produce before everyone else!


Riverside Farmers Market

Downtown Riverside, Riverside, CA 92501

Saturdays 8:00 am – 1:00 pm


Riverside Farmers Market

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One of the coolest things about the Riverside Farmers Market is that there are a wide variety of vendors — the different vendors that sell savory spices, fragrant soaps, and fresh caught fish all come to mind. They also have vendors that sell fresh baked bread and pastries that are to die for. In addition to all of the specialty items, they also have a great variety of fresh fruits and vegetables to choose from as well!


Temecula Farmers Market

28464 Old Town Front St, Temecula, CA 92590

Saturdays 8:30 pm – 12:30 pm


Temecula Farmers Market

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The Temecula Farmers Market is a widely popular farmers market that attracts locals, visitors, and tourists from all over. It has the most amazing selection of foods —  most of them picked just the day before. Yes, they have produce and flowers, but they also have items that no other farmers market has as well. For instance, they have wild caught salmon from Alaska, seasonal dates, raw local honey, baked breads, and fresh eggs. If you’re in town, you definitely don’t want to miss this one — But even if you aren’t it may be worth the drive.



Upland Farmers Market

305 N 2nd Ave, Upland, CA 91786

Thursdays 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm


Upland Farmers Market

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The Upland Farmers Market is seasonal, so it’s only open during the time of daylight savings. That being said, when it is open during the year, it’s such a fun experience! When you go, don’t miss the beef tri tip sandwich maker, the baked potato vendor, bacon wrapped hot dogs, and the funnel cake! Oh, the funnel cake. There’s also a taco truck, noodle vendor, and drink maker. And of course, there are fresh fruits and vegetables here as well.


Victoria Gardens Farmers Market (AKA Rancho Cucamonga Farmers Market)

South Main Street

Fridays 10 am – 2 pm


Victoria Gardens Farmers Market

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The Victoria Gardens Farmers Market is located in one of the biggest outdoor malls in the Inland Empire, so it gets a lot of foot traffic. And that foot traffic brings some of the best local vendors. You’ll see a wide variety of produce and flowers, but you’ll also see a wide variety of prepared foods as well. The kettle corn, hummus, and flavored balsamic vinegars. They also have a decent collection of art and crafts.


Yucaipa Farmers Market

34931 Yucaipa Boulevard
Yucaipa, CA 92399
Fridays 6pm-9pm


The Yucaipa Farmers Market is seasonal – open from May until September. It’s a great place to score some fresh fruits and vegetables, delicious food, and live music. Not to mention train rides, pony rides, puppet shows, and crafts for the kids.


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