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We've been to over 10 farmers' markets in the area and this is the best by far...not only for ambience but for the quality and variety of offerings. From bread, cheeses, sausages, beautiful organic vegetables, flowers/plants and wool--a veritable paradise of farmer's markets. And the...More
Wonderful morning by the river. Great mix of vendors, people are friendly and there are lots of dogs! Parking is easy. While you are there considering popping by the rebuilding of the ship Virginia, you can take your pup there, too and learn a bit...More
We were lucky enough to be in Bath on Saturday. This market is really great, with a fantastic selection of food and drink. We bought a fresh loaf of bread and artisanal cheese which we later ate in our room.
The kombucha that we bought...More
Held every Saturday of the year it is along the beautiful Kennebunk River during the summer and in a boat shed close by (also on the Kennebunk) in winter. Fresh as you can get and some wonderful Maine products from soaps, candles & wool to...More
Sure, there's Farmers Markets all up and down the coast, but the Bath Farmers Market is an event not to be missed. Lots of fresh organic veggies, fruit, meats, pastries and more, but also great music every Saturday morning. This is Bath, and most people...More
I always love going to Bath Farmers Market. A true Farmers Market with local Farmers bringing their crops and animals. A great time for the kids and the parents. Plenty to eat and drink Samples if you ask. Much more than family visits Teens have...More
Bath Farmers Market. Each Saturday from 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM in Waterfront Park, along Commercial St. & the Kennebec River. Early in the season, not too many vendors. The vendors who were there had a lot of healthy food products. Had we been at...More
LOVED the market, in doors during the winter, along the waterfront. All kinds of wonderful things to try. Fresh baked goods, sea food, prepared and au natural, meats, pickled items, fresh veggies, mushrooms, greens, candles, wild flower smudge, etc. etc. & FRESH CHEESE. Heck they...More