Historic McKinney Farmers Market at Chestnut Square
So where does your food come from? What is it grown in or with? How fresh is it? Don't know, well you should! If you are within driving distance to McKinney Texas you really should stop and check out our Farmer's Market. We have a great selection of fresh produce, fruit, honey, breads, pies, and even stained glass, jewelry, and lavender products. You just never know what you will find.
The offerings range from week to week based on what is ready for picking. It really makes it fun when you walk up on a find of French eggplant or butter beans or maybe the blackberries are in. You just never know.
Where: Chestnut Square in McKinney, Texas.
When: Sat from 8:00am till noon.
What: Produce, Fruit, Bread, Pies, Local Honey, Jewelry, Wine, Crafts, and who knows what...
Who: Local growers and craftsmen.
The fresh fruit is what draws us and the prices are great! We usually spend $40.00 a week on the fruit. We wash it and put it in stainless bowls in the fridge for the kids. Its all gone in 3 or 4 days and the junk food is never touched with fresh: melon, blackberries, strawberries, peaches, plums, blueberries and more readily available.