No matter where you live in So Cal, Taylor Morrison has the low down on where to buy farm fresh fruit and veggies. It’s riper. It’s more nutritious. And it tastes better. Check out the produce at these farmers’ markets near our So Cal communities, and follow it up with a model tour.
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Magnolia at West Covina
Purchase produce before it’s been refrigerated or sprayed with pesticides at the West Covina Farmers’ Market. All growers are fully certified by the California Department of Agriculture.
Market stalls also include many handmade crafts and other goodies. Saturdays, rain or shine, 8am-1pm.
Sol y Mar in Rancho Palos Verdes
Grown in California! You’ll find fruits, vegetables, farm fresh eggs and more at Palos Verdes Farmers Market. Every Sunday from 8am-1pm.
Camden Square in Lake Forest
Support your local food supply. Foothill Ranch Certified Farmers’ Market can be found every Thursday evening from 3pm to 7pm in the parking lot of Food Festival.
Lighthouse & Superior Pointe in Costa Mesa
Saturday in Costa Mesa means grabbing your canvas shopping bags and heading to SOCO. More than just a Farmers’ Market, SOCO features delicious coffee and pastries, home décor goods, fashion and more. 3315 Hyland Ave. Saturdays 9am–2pm.
>> Discover Superior Pointe
>> Learn More – Lighthouse
Echo 56 in Newport Beach
The Newport Beach Farmers’ Market personifies the Southern California lifestyle. Healthy organic eggs, baskets of farm fresh produce, ocean breezes and gorgeous seaside vistas.
Sundays from 9 to 1 on the Pier.
>> Discover Echo 56 in Newport Beach
Capella, Saviero, & Welton in Irvine
Take home produce from the Great Park Farm! Sundays from 10am-2pm, free parking and free admission. Enjoy locally grown fruits and vegetables, handicrafts, live music and gourmet food trucks.
The Orange County Farm Bureau Farmers’ Market is open every Saturday from 8 in the morning till noon at the Mariners Church parking lot. On the corner of Turtle Ridge & Bonita Canyon Drive.
>> Explore Capella
>> Discover Saviero
>> Welton at Beacon Park
Sea Summit in San Clemente
Nothing’s sweeter than a fresh baby carrot grown in your own backyard. For second best, head to the San Clemente Certified Farmers’ Market. Support the local economy every Sunday from 9am to 1pm, rain or shine at 200 Avenida Del Mar.
>> Visit Sea Summit in San Clemente
Pacifica San Juan in San Juan Capistrano
Enjoy a vibrant day of fun in the historic downtown. The Old Capistrano Certified Farmers’ Market takes place every Wednesday from 3pm-7pm.
Just one block south of the Mission, on Yorba Street between Camino Capistrano & El Camino Real.
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Cottages at St. Cloud in Oceanside
Join Oceanside Farmers’ Market every Thursday from 9am-1pm on the corner of Pier Way and Coast Highway. Along with farm fresh fruits & vegetables visitors will find a variety of gourmet delicacies and handmade goods. Hot food booths serve up delicious snacks.
Don’t forget to swing back in the evening for the popular Sunset Market from 5pm-9pm.
>> Explore Cottages at St. Cloud
Elms in San Diego
Find out what’s in season at PQ Certified Farmers’ Market. Every Saturday from 9am to 1pm.
There’s also a smaller market in the Carmel Valley.
Seagrove in Carlsbad
It’s a Carlsbad Village tradition. The State Street Farmers’ Market. Live entertainment, locally prepared foods, organic produce, artisan crafts and more. Every Wednesday from 3-6pm, open till 7 in the summer.
Estancia at Cielo in Rancho Santa Fe
Live a longer, healthier life. Rancho Santa Fe Farmers’ Market runs every Sunday from 9:30am to 2pm at 16079 San Dieguito Road.