Farmers Markets in Bonita Springs

With an extended growing season and fresh seafood in abundance, there’s a lot to like about the Bonita Springs farmers market scene. Unlike many regions across the country, the season in temperate Southwest Florida begins in the fall and peaks over the winter, concluding in early spring.

However, market season comes alive with bustling stalls filled with fresh produce like tomatoes, strawberries, onions, blueberries and avocados, as well as citrus fruit like oranges, limes and lemons. Fresh seafood is prevalent and is often caught just hours before being put to market.

On Saturdays from October through April, browse the Bonita Springs Farmers Market, where local vendors proudly offer the aforementioned fresh produce and seafood, as well as beautifully cut flowers, plants, baked goods, jams, local honey, and much more. You’ll enjoy freshly prepared snacks and beverages, and discover local artists and craftspeople selling their wares.

Meanwhile, on Wednesday mornings near Riverside Park, the Bonita Springs Lions Fresh Grown Market offers tantalizing fruit and veggies, seafood, and freshly popped popcorn. This small, quirky market offers ample people-watching opportunities to go along with the edible delights.

Featuring Florida oranges and grapefruit from the Indian River, as well as vine-ripe tomatoes, herbs, and local honey, the Flamingo Island Flea Market is truly a must-see. Here you’ll discover over 600 booths with vendors from around the world, eager to show off their unique merchandise.

And in nearby Naples, the St. John Farmers Market is often described as the prettiest market in town. This upscale market delivers fresh seafood, homemade jams and jellies, and features mouthwatering barbeque and fresh guacamole.

Come join us at Hyatt Residence Club Bonita Springs, Coconut Plantation, where you can utilize your farmers market finds to create a fresh, homemade meal in the fully functional kitchen within the comfort of your own suite.