Summer in Haines is here, and with it comes the opening of the beloved Haines Farmers Market! Starting this Saturday, June 1st, from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM, the market will be open every Saturday through the end of September at Payson's Pavilion in the Southeast Alaska State Fairgrounds.


A Community Gathering Place

The Haines Farmers Market is more than just a marketplace—it's a vibrant community hub where you can experience the best of the Chilkat Valley. From fresh produce and handmade goods to delicious food and live entertainment, there's something for everyone.


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Highlights for the First Market
  • Swan Song Farm: Fresh, locally grown tulips to brighten your home.
  • The Magpie: Unique goods and local treasures in Dalton City within the Fairgrounds.
  • Camino: Savory delights such as Wild Chanterelle poutine and Halibut poppers.
  • Foundroot: Baked goods and fair trade, organic coffee in Dalton City. Treat yourself to rhubarb coffee cake, chocolate zucchini bread, and more.
  • Gomi’s Garden: Discover vibrant plants and garden accents to beautify your yard.
  • Gunick's Bakery: Indulge in homemade breads, sweet treats, and their famous fried pies.


Family-Friendly Fun

Located at the Southeast Alaska Fairgrounds, the market is adjacent to Dalton City and a playground, making it perfect for a family outing. Let the kids play while you explore the market and enjoy the local flavors and crafts.


Join Us!

We encourage both locals and visitors to experience the Haines Farmers Market this summer. It’s a wonderful opportunity to support local growers, chefs, and artisans while enjoying the community spirit of Haines. Make it a part of your summer routine and see how the market enhances the quality of life in our beautiful valley.


Dates: Saturdays, June through September
Time: 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Location: Payson's Pavilion, Southeast Alaska State Fairgrounds


Artists, Artisans, Crafters, Makers, Vendors, Cottage Food Producers - Interested vendors can reach out to for more information on how to participate.


Come for the fresh produce, stay for the community connections. See you at the market!