Since 1987, Dale City Farmers Market, run by the Prince William County Department of Parks & Recreation, has been at the forefront of serving Prince William County residents. With nearly the 50 vendors in the Summer and 20+ in the Winter, the market is one of the largest open-air markets in the region. The Dale City Farmers Market is a producer-only market, meaning all products must be grown or made by the seller. You know exactly where things are coming from and you can talk directly to the farmer or sellers. There are always a variety of vendors offering fresh vegetable, fresh fruits, bread, pastries, cakes and much more.
I enjoy mostly going to the Dale City Farmers market to sample and purchase fresh fruits and vegetables from local farmers. I also like the bread they sell at the farmers market and just about everything else.
Besides the Farmers Market in Dale City there are more local Farmers markets to visit:
Farmers Markets are a great way to staying healthy and to purchase locally. All the local Farmers Markets have lots of different vendors and there are always great options. Even during the Winter Farmers Market in Dale City. Clearly there are way more options during the summer month.