Awesome Things To Do At Ogden Farmer’s Market

Ogden’s Farmer’s Market is here! It’s time for fresh produce, live music and running into everyone you know on any given Saturday.  If you haven’t visited market yet, I have a few ideas that might entice you. Here are just a few of the MANY things you can do when you visit Ogden’s Farmer’s Market. Don’t scroll through too fast or you’ll miss the awesome giveaway hiding inside this post.

Fist thing first, get a cup of coffee from either Grounds for Coffee, Mason Jar Coffee or The Daily Rise. No matter which one you choose, you will get the boost you need to get through the entire market.


You can rent a bike to get around the market and explore the Ogden Pathway after! Check out the cute basket in front for all your picnic items for that Parkway date.

GIVEAWAY**Lucky you, I am giving away two half-day bike rentals for a rad local couple/BFFs/sisters/brothers/neighbors to explore Ogden. Just comment on this article and tell me why you love Farmer’s Market!**

Try out a craft at one of the many FREE or cheap crafting booths. This one is sponsored by Lucky Slice Pizza


Grab some beautiful produce from a few of the booths- beets, corn, honey and even fancy pants mushrooms!

Get your hair done at the Paul Mitchell School. They can jazz up your locks with braids and glitter or hair wraps. So sparkly, so fierce!


Visit Animals at the Farm section or the Ogden Nature Center Booth. Fall in love with all the animals and start dreaming up ways to buy a farm.

Try new foods like fried catfish and hushpuppies from Trish’s Fish Dishes. There are so many food vendors to try out from Chinese food to pizza and all kinds of magical things in between!


Sign up for music lessons with Imagine Music because these dudes were rockin’ out and it made you want to grow up to be a rockstar.


Treat yourself to a sweet treat like a fancy pastry or French macarons or a snow cone from one of the many ice cream trucks along 25th Street. Go ahead; you deserve it!

Ride The Jupiter train because you are never too old to love trains and what better way to scope out the entire market than on a cool train?jupiter

Buy a plant to make your house beautiful and help clean your air. You can also visit the amazing planter installation at the market, so beautiful!

Listen to a street musician and throw in a few bucks, you just might be helping them go on tour!chello

Don’t forget to jump in the Ogden Click photo booth. They also have these amazing shirts for $20, Community Over Competition! comunity


These 12 awesome things are just the tip of the iceberg! There are so many more shops, booths, popups, musicians, events and surprises lined up for the rest of the season. Don’t miss out on what Ogden Farmer’s Market has in store!

Mikaela is a transplant from Portland, fell in love with Ogden her first day in town and created Indie Ogden the next week. She enjoys outdoor adventures with her husband, 2 kiddos and fur baby and making a mess crafting. You can find her at a local cafe or cycling around town with her family.


  1. I love getting a coffee to start my morning and then walking from booth to booth. The photo booth is also fun!!

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  2. I love love LOVE the farmers market because it gives me the opportunity to spark my young kids’ interest in yummy food, community, and trying new things!!

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  3. I love the farmers market because what better way to try new things, see new things or hear new things? My wife and I have made plenty of meals from what we bought at past markets. The energy is so amazing, the laughter and smiles are awesome. I love the farmers market because no matter my budget for that week, I’m able to leave with something pretty neat, and tasty.

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  4. Treasures! I love the treasures I find at the Farmer’s Market! Once I found an outdoor flower ornament made from spoons and the base is a brake disc, it even came with a cute lady bug! My regret is that I didn’t buy more than one, or I would have a bouquet. I also found the coolest fold into wooden chairs that are so comfy around a camp fire or just to hang out with friends on a summer night. I loved them so much I went back for a rocker set and mini table! A tradition is to get a loaf of cranberry orange bread and then on Sunday I make French toast for breakfast! Not to be forgotten is the homemade peach salsa, oh yum! Yep, loads of treasures make the Farmer’s market a must do!

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  5. I love the farmers market because there’s something for everyone! 2 of my aunts are visiting next week from Michigan and I am taking them to the farmers market and would love to ride around town while they’re here! I have my bike but we need to rent some for them.

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  6. I am 18 years old & still look forward to my Mommy & Daughter dates to the Ogden Farmers Market…
    It started out so simple, just a beautiful sight to see our local community support one another, but now it’s even bigger than that it’s a TRADITION.
    Waking up at 9 am excited and ready to take on the day & find new treasures to take home. First stop is ALWAYS going to Great Harvest Bread Co. and splitting a HUGE cinnamon roll with chocolate milk & then finally getting to see new or old smiling faces in every booth!
    Man I love this city of mine <3

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  7. Where is the farm section? We asked numerous times to bring our baby goats and we were told no. We run a booth and business @Beehive Naturals.

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    • Right at the front, I am not sure if they do it every weekend, it is different every week 🙂

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      • okay thank you! 🙂

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