102 THINGS TO DO IN MYRTLE BEACH

74. Farmer’s Markets

Nothing beats fresh when it comes to produce at the beach. During the warmer months when veggies and fruits are at their peak, many area farmers markets offer locally grown goodies throughout the Grand Strand. In addition to fresh produce, farmers markets offer plants, gourmet dips and sauces, and much more!

North Myrtle Beach Farmer's Market

Open three days a week during the season, the North Myrtle Beach Farmers Market sells a variety of tasty treats, including fruits and veggies, jellies and jams, and baked goods. Farmers from both Carolinas sell their fresh produce at the market. Also for sale are artisan crafts and flowers.

North Myrtle Beach Farmer's Market
Myrtle's Market

Just steps from the ocean is a produce lover’s delight! Myrtle’s Market operates three days a week in the spring and summer. Vegetables usually available include beets, corn, cucumbers, eggplants, okra and turnip greens. Apples, cantaloupe, peaches and watermelon are among the delicious fruits for sale. Many homemade jams and sauces are also for sale, along with arts and crafts.

Myrtle's Market
Deville Street Farmer's Market

From May to October, The Market Common is home to the DeVille Street Farmers Market. The market offers tons of fresh produce as well as local seafood and other treats. Area stores also get in on the fun with Williams-Sonoma offering cooking demonstrations and Piggly Wiggly grilling out BBQ, ribs, hot dogs and brats.

Deville Street Farmer's Market
Surfside Farmer's Market

The Surfside Farmers Market, which is open Tuesdays during the season, features fresh local fruits and vegetables in an open-air market right by the sea. The market also offers jellies and jams, baked goods, flowers, local seafood and arts & crafts.

Surfside Farmer's Market