7 Jersey City Farmers Markets for Fresh Produce


*Hours Updated July 2021*


Jersey City is incredibly excited to have been able to welcome back their farmers markets during these uncertain times. Shopping outside can be a refreshing change with fresh air circulating and a shorter supply chain. Along with being a great alternative, there are many benefits of having access to food that comes directly from local farmers. Did you know that fruits and vegetables start to lose their nutritional value just 24 hours after their harvest? When you buy from a traditional supermarket, your produce has been picked, packaged, and then shipped — a process that can take weeks. However, when you shop from a local market, the majority of the produce has been harvested that day which means they peak in nutritional value!

We’re excited to list the ongoing farmer’s markets in Jersey City amid National Farmers Market Week, which spans from August 2nd-8th.  Whether you’re looking for organic, seasonal produce, or cute trinkets, you can find it all. Read on for the full list of the city’s farmers markets, listed alphabetically.


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Please note, due to the current COVID-19 restrictions, masks are required at all markets and social distancing is being enforced.


JSQ Green Market

The Journal Square Green Market is located just off of the JSQ Path station! It was created 20 years ago and was one of the firsts Farmers Markets in the city. The Green Market connects farmers and artisans with the Jersey City community. They encourage micro-entrepreneurs in the areas of food, art, crafts and design. It is a unique opportunity to shop directly from out of reach farm food and artists.

Jersey City Journal Square Farmers Market
Alstede Farms at JSQ Farmers Market. Photo Courtesy of Shirley Davila

Location: Journal Square Fountain area (Closest address 9 PATH Plaza, Jersey City, NJ 07306

Dates: June 1st-December 29th, 2021

Times: Wednesdays, 2pm-7pm

Pre-order available for pick-up:  Yes, Stoney Hill Farms & Alstede Farms (Shop online and pick up at the market)


Riverview Farmers Market

The Riverview Farmers Market is located at the Riverview-Fisk Park in Jersey City Heights. It was created by Farms in the Heights, a non-profit organization established to provide access to local food markets and grow our local economy. The Market is a community-supported, producer-focused farmers market, offering a wide range of market vendors and goods. They accept SNAP/EBT.

Granola stand Bounty at Riverview Farmers Market. Photo courtesy of www.chicpeajc.com

Location: The main entrance is located at approximately 320 Ogden Avenue, Jersey City, NJ in the Heights neighborhood.

Dates: May 2nd-Nov 21st 2021

Times: Sundays 10am-2pm

Pre-order available for pick-up:  Yes Stoney Hill Farms & Alstede Farms (Shop online and pick up at the market)


Van Vorst Park Farmers’ Market

The Van Vorst Farmer’s Market is held on the corner of Montgomery and Jersey Avenue and offers produce, coffee, knife sharpening and more. The market is volunteer run and dedicated to improving the quality of life in the neighborhood.  

Van Vorst Park Farmers Market Jersey City
Van Vorst Park Farmers Market. Photo courtesy of www.jerseycityculture.org

Location: Enter mid York St, Exit to Montgomery. No entry from Montgomery.

Dates: Until December 2021

Times: Saturdays 9am-2pm

Pre-order available for pick-up: No


Farmers Market at Lincoln Park

The Lincoln Park Farmers Market was founded in 2014. Since then, they have brought food and fun to Jersey City’s West Side community. Stop by and shop for locally grown veggies, fruits, eggs, dairy, and plants, as well as baked goods, ready-to-eat food, and other goods.

Lincoln Park Farmers Market
Jersey Buzz Honey at the Lincoln Park Farmers Market. Photo courtesy of jerseycityeats.blogspot.com

Location: Near the fountain in West Side’s Lincoln Park

Dates: June 13th-October 2021

Times: Sundays 10am-3pm

Pre-order available for pick-up: No


Historic Downtown Jersey City Farmers’ Market

Perhaps the most widely known farmers market in Jersey City, the Historic Downtown Jersey City Farmer’s Market, holds over 15 vendors specializing in everything from fruits and vegetables to decor. 

Historic Downtown Jersey City Farmers' Market
Historic Downtown Jersey City Farmers’ Market. Photo courtesy of jcdowntown.org

Location: Grove PATH Plaza

Dates: January 21st-April 22nd / April 26th-December 20th 2021

Times: Monday & Thursdays 4pm-8pm

Pre-order available for pick-up: Yes, Stoney Hill Farms (Shop online and pick up at the market) 


Hamilton Park Neighborhood Association Farmers’ Market

The farmer’s market at Hamilton Park opened in June and returns with vendor favorites; Stony Hill Farms, Pickles, Olives, Etc., Gourmet Nuts and Dried Fruit, and Farmer and the Chickpea. Offerings include fresh produce, flowers and occasionally live music. Hamilton Park is easily accessible on foot from PATH stations located at Grove Street and Newport (about a 10 minute walk from either). They’re also a bike friendly neighborhood.


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Location: The Basketball Court at Hamilton Park, 344 Grove St.

Dates: May 5th-December 22nd 2021

Times: Wednesday’s 4pm-7pm

Pre-order available for pick-up: Yes, Stoney Hill Farms (Shop online and pick up at the market)


Paulus Hook Farmers’ Market

Every Saturday at the entrance of Morris Canal Park stands the Paulus Hook Farmer’s Market. Dogs are not allowed in the market.

Paulus Hook Farmers Market Jersey City
Produce stall at Paulus Hook Market. Photo courtesy of jcfamilies.com

Location: Washington St., next to the Korean War Memorial

Dates: May 1st-December 17th 2021

Times: Saturday’s 10am-2pm 

Pre-order available for pick-up: Yes, Stoney Hill Farms (Shop online and pick up at the market)

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Shirley Davila
Author: Shirley Davila

Shirley Davila is a freelance writer living in New Jersey originally from Lima, Peru. She is a travel junkie and food aficionado whose always looking for new things to try!