Ithaca Farmers Market
If you are in the Ithaca area and want to experience the beauty of the region, are craving a colorful breakfast burrito, fresh-berry topped waffle, steamy filled crepe, or just want to browse some local goodness, enjoy live music and fresh Finger Lakes air, visit the Ithaca Farmers Market on the inlet at Steamboat Landing!
Why you will love it!
All of the Ithaca Farmers Market vendors live within 30 miles of Ithaca and grow or make their own products, offering a true taste of the region’s rich beauty and heritage through homegrown goods, produce, handmade crafts and gifts.
Dedicated to community and sustainability, the market is a Zero Waste Zone, meaning that everything you buy for consumption at the market is compostable or recylable, including all food, food containers, bottles, and cans. Visitors are encouraged to bring reusable bags and drink containers to cut down on the demand for plastics.
Come and see how the locals have been spending their weekends for over 40 years!!
Located on the southern tip of Cayuga Lake on Saturday mornings (9AM-3PM April-October and 10AM-2PM in November and December) and Sundays (10AM-3PM May-October and 10AM-2PM in November), the market at Steamboat Landing is a beloved event that attracts neighbors and visitors every weekend of the season, rain or shine! See seasonal availability for winter hours and locations.
If you can't make it on a weekend, check out one of the Ithaca Farmers Market satellite locations at Dewitt Park (9AM-2PM May-October) or East Hill Plaza (4-7PM June-October), open during the growing season on weekdays, or head down to Steamboat Landing for the Thursday Night Market (5-8PM, beginning July-September 2016!). Be sure to check hours and seasonal availability.
Consider hosting your own event at the charming, open-air pavilion at Steamboat Landing on the gorgeous inlet of Cayuga Lake. Whether you are looking for an affordable and unique wedding venue, or a place to host a reunion or party for family and friends, learn more about renting the Farmer's Market Pavilion.