If you’re from the Garden State, then you know that there are a number of farms in the great state of New Jersey.  Other states may not agree with our agricultural nickname, but that’s probably because they haven’t tried one of our delicious tomatoes!

Monmouth County residents definitely know the importance of eating locally grown food. Not only is it delicious and fresh, but it helps support local farmers and businesses!  There are also studies that show it has interesting benefits.  Some doctors suggest eating local honey to combat seasonal allergies!

This is why Monmouth County has an abundance of great farmers markets which run throughout the autumn.  So stock up on squash and other fall favorites before they close up shop for the season, and check out our list of some of the best farmers markets in the area.


Galleria Red Bank Farmers Market

Address: 2nd Bridge Avenue, Red Bank

Contact: (732) 530-7300 – Jimmy, Ted, & George,  Fax: (732) 530-8713

Open: May 12th – Mid November, 2013

Sundays: 9am – 2pm

Atlantic Highlands Farmer’s Market


111 1st Ave, Atlantic Highlands, NJ07716, USA

every Friday from 12pm to 6 pm, starting May 10th and going into mid September (weather dependant)

Highlands Farmers’ Market

Address: Huddy Park, Highlands

Contact: (732) 291-4713 – Carla Cefalo-Braswell

Open: June 29th – November 2nd, 2013

Saturdays: 8:30am-2:00pm

The Asbury Park Carousel Farmers Market

Address: Asbury Park Boardwalk, Asbury Park

Contact: (732) 686-9735 – Leslie Feingold

Open: June 20th – October 3rd, 2013

Thursdays: 4pm – 7pm

West End Farmers Market

Address: Corner of Brighton & Kossik

Contact: (732) 539-3999 – Jesse Novak

Open: June 20th – November, 2013

Thursday: 11am – 6pm


Coming in from New York?  Why not come with Seastreak?  Take our ferry to the farmers market and we’ll even help you with your bags of fresh veggies!   What’s your favorite farmer’s market in Monmouth County, and what are some things that you find there that you can’t find anywhere else?  Let us know on Facebook and Twitter!


Sea you soon,

The Seastreak Family

Filed Under: Destination Guides, Visiting New Jersey