The Ocean Beach Farmers Market is open every Wednesday rain or shine between 4 pm – 8 pm. Our organization is proud to be a Certified Farmers Market (CFM) through the California Department of Agriculture. This certification ensures a high quality and fresh produce is brought to the market and allows the community to experience a diverse market with the opportunity to meet the farmers and learn how their food supply is produced. This eclectic open-air market and relaxed feel has made the Ocean Beach Certified Farmers Market located in the heart of Ocean Beach the place to be on Wednesday evenings for decades.
The market is located on the 4900 block of Newport Avenue. Every Wednesday you will find Farmers Market favorites such as fresh flowers, plants, local produce, freshly baked breads, desserts, kombucha, green juice, honey, hot food, and much more. You will find our Farmer's Market team at the Information booth in the center of the market on the southside of the street. The OBMA team enjoys answering questions about the community and local merchants.
The Ocean Beach Farmers Market has over 100 vendors including certified farmers, artisans, and crafters, pre-packaged food, hot food featuring cuisine from around the world, and lots more. Come out and experience everything the OB Farmers Market has to offer and explore this eclectic market and community.
We recommend you leave your pets at home as our market is quite busy and the pavement can be very hot.
Many thanks to Mallory’s New Furniture Store at 4905 Newport Avenue for being an awesome supporter of the Ocean Beach MainStreet Association’s Ocean Beach Certified Farmers Market. Be sure to stop in their store and say thank you! And, a huge thank you to LAZ Parking for their generous parking lot contribution to the OB Farmers Market and other special events.
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Temporary ADA parking is available for the community on Wednesdays from 2:30 pm – 9:00 pm.
The 3 temporary spaces are located on the 1800 block of Bacon Street between Newport Avenue and Niagara Street.