Hawai‘i Island Farmers Markets

North Kohala

Hawi Farmer’s Market Saturday, 8 am – 2 pm, and Tuesday, 2 – 6 pm. Under the banyan tree near the post office – Kohala-grown produce and plants, locally prepared foods, Kohala-made crafts –  Rick Chalker: (889-0889) kohala889@yahoo.com

South Kohala

Waimea Mid-Week Farmers Market Wednesday 9am – 4pm. (formerly Anna Ranch Farmers Market) has moved to Pukalani Stables with new hours and many more vendors. A unique farmers market of the Big Island featuring local foods & artist in a beautiful historic setting.  Join us (or order to go) lunch or dinner…and…top it off with a savory dessert…cookies, cupcakes, chocolate etc. Also stop by and tour the Paniolo Museum.  On Pukalani Road located in the heart of Waimea. Contact: Cindy, waimeamidweekmarket@gmail.com

Kekela Farm Market Tuesday and Friday, 2 – 5 pm.  64-604 Mana Road, Kamuela. Turn onto Mana Road at 55 mile marker, Mamalahoa Highway; left at stop sign, 0.4 miles to red barn (first left after Koa Lane). Local, organic produce plus coffee, honey, goat cheese. Tuesdays only: stone oven-baked breads. Info: 887-0023.

Waikoloa King’s Shop Farmers Market Wednesday 8:30 – 1:00 pm. Local products only; veggies, fruit, herbs, aquaculture (herbs and tilapia), orchids, cut flowers, jams, honey, artisan breads/pastry, tea, coffee – Contact: Tammy Touchet, Palani Makai Partners, LLC – palanimakai@gmail.com.

Waikoloa Village Farmers Market Saturday 7:15 am. Waikoloa Community Church parking lot across from Waikoloa Elementary School. Open table market from local residents who grow organic vegetables to help out our community. We strive to make it easier for those who can’t afford retail prices but would like to have fresh vegetables on their tables. We don’t have specific types of vegetables but are open to those who have an abundance from their crops and want to share it with our community at an affordable price.

Waimea Homestead Farmers Market  Saturday 7 am – noon. Held on the lawn fronting Kuhio Hale, the West Hawaii District Office of the Department of Hawaiian Homelands (the 55 mile marker of Mamalahoa Hwy). Featuring 40+ vendors, visit http://www.waimeafarmersmarket.com/ to learn more. Info: Roen Hufford, (937-2729) or Cynthia Spencer (333-2165)

Waimea Town Market at Parker School Saturday, 8 am – 1 pm. Parker School – Kamuela. Over 30 vendors weekly selling farm and farm related products. Fresh produce (Big Island grown only and some is organic), plus coffee, orchids, a variety of cut flowers and greens, leis, nursery products, honey, goat cheese, jams; delicious, freshly prepared food (breakfasts/lunches all permitted by the Dept. of Health), stone oven breads; some handmade crafts (locally made only); massages and fresh cup of Kona coffee. Free demos and events; live, easy-listening music every week.  A Hawaiian herbalist comes to market and some vendors sell Hawaii made body care products.  For more information please contact Paul Johnston (887-0023).  waimeamkt@yahoo.com

Waimea Country Market, Once a month (usually the 3rd Sunday of the month), 7 am – 2 pm MM 51, just past the Waimea golf course, heading toward Honoka’a – makai side of hwy (there are big signs). 


Hāmākua Harvest Farmers Market – Opening Sept. 6, 2015 – Sundays 9 am – 2 pm. Corner of Hwy 19 and Mamane Street (Hwy 240). The market will host local farmers, food vendors, entertainment, and educational programs suitable for the whole family. The Market will accept EBT/SNAP benefits. www.hamakuaharvest.org

Honoka’a Farmers Market Saturday 7:30 am.  Fronting Honokaa Trading Company – One of the oldest if not THE oldest farmers’ markets on the island. Organic and non-organic produce, Mama Ella’s famous homemade lilikoi cookies and more – Grace Walker (775-0808).

North Hilo

Laupāhoehoe Farmers Market Sunday, 9 am – 1 pm. Next to the Minit Mart on the highway. Local produce, baked goods, preserves, hydroponic lettuces and watercress, local arts & crafts – Arlene Hussey (640-4081)

South Hilo

Hilo Farmers Market Wednesday and Saturday, 7 am – 3 pm. Some vendors every day. Downtown Hilo corner of Mamo and Kamehameha Ave., across from the Mo’oheau Bandstand and bus station. Over 200 vendors. Produce, plants, cut flowers, seafood, specialty value added food products, crafts. Accepts Food Stamps (the only Hawai’i Island farmers’ market that does).  Keith De La Cruz (933-1000) – info@hilofarmersmarket.com, http://www.hilofarmersmarket.com

Keaukaha Pana‘ewa Farmers Market Saturday 7:30 am – 4 pm.  RR Ave across from Home Depot. Locally grown vegetables, fruit, plants, baked goods, food items, jams, jellies, fish, poi, Hawaiian crafts and other agricultural products. Vendors are welcome to apply. Contact: Howard Pea at 959-7802 or email kpfa@hawaii.rr.com.

Kino‘ole Farmers Market Saturday, 7 am – noon   Hilo at the Kino‘ole Shopping Plaza (old Sure Save market location) at 1990 Kino‘ole. Hawai’i grown and produced vegetables, fruits and potted plants, fresh baked breads, and free demonstrations. Delan (Rusty) Perry (938-4545) dperry@papayas.net

Mamo Street Market Open 7 days a week 8 am – 5 pm.  Mamo parking lot corner of Mamo Street and Kilauea Avenue, Hilo.

Rainbow Falls Market Place Monday and Thursday, 8 am – 4 pm. Across from Rainbow Falls in Hilo. Hula show, free samples, homegrown and handmade products from island crafters, local farmers and home-based businesses. Vynel Sugino (933-9173)


Farmers Market at The Mill  Saturdays from 8 am – 1 pm. Hilo Coffee Mill, Hwy 11, between MM 12-13, Mountain View. Locally grown or value added products using local grown products.  Hand made crafts made using locally grown. Cooking demos and breakfast made with locally grown products. Live music. EBT accepted for qualified items. Private community farmers’ market, not affiliated with the BI Farm Bureau. Contact: Katherine Patton (968-1333) coffee@hilocoffeemill.com or hcmcoffee@msn.com

SPACE Farmer’s Market, Kalapana Saturday, 8 am – 12:30 pm. Space Performing Arts Center 12-247 West Pohakupele Loop, Pahoa. All local products. Fresh vegetables, food, crafts, clothing, plants, massage, and more. Come for shopping and socializing! Spaces for vendors are available, temporary moratorium on accepting new prepared-food vendors, Winter 2013. EBT welcomed. Please contact Maura- 965-8756 – market@hawaiispace.com; http://www.localharvest.org/farmers-markets/M31958

Kea‘au Village Farmers’ Market Tuesday to Friday, 9 am – 5 pm; Saturday, 8 am – 3 pm; closed Sunday & Monday.  16-0550 Old Volcano Rd., Kea’au. Fresh local farm produce featuring super sweet corn, flowers, handmade Hawaiian arts & crafts. For information call Arlen MacAnan (966-4853)

Maku‘u Farmers Market Sunday, 8 am – 2 pm.   Hwy 130 past Ainaloa Subdivision between MM 7 – 8, Pahoa.  Approximately 150 vendors – Hawaiian crafts, plants, produce, jewelry, shells, ethnic and recycled clothing, food, records/CDs, books –  Paula Kekahuna (896-5537) makuufarmersassociation@yahoo.com

Pahoa Farmers Market Sunday, 6 am. – 3 pm.  Luquin’s/Akebono Theater parking lot. Large, covered, outdoor market with fresh produce, clothing, jewelry, food, coffee booths, music, kava bar and kava presentations, and more. Call Anthony at 965-9292.

Volcano Farmers’ Market, Sunday, 6:30 am. – 10 am.  Cooper Center, Wright Road, Volcano Village.  Locally grown produce,  fresh hot meals, and packaged meals, pastries.  EBT accepted on qualified purchases.  Local crafters selling their wears.  Linda Ugalde 967-7209. Kilaueatutu@gmail.com


Na’alehu Farmers’ Market Wednesday and Saturday, 8 am – Noon. “Hawai’i Made*” Friday, 8 am – Noon. The Southernmost Market in the USA. Location: Shaka Restaurant grounds, Naalehu. Vendors may stay until dusk. The market is noted for local made crafts, gifts, art, and clothing. Local beef, lamb, and eggs. Vegetables and fruits. Shave ice. *Hawai’i Made must be grown, crafted, or created in Hawai’i. For information or to reserve space, call market manager Sheri 339-1032.

South Kona

South Kona Fruit Stand Monday – Saturday, 9 am – 6 pm. Sunday, 10 am – 4 pm
84-4770 Mamalahoa Hwy – between MM 103 -104 – Honaunau.  Tropical fruits, smoothies, juices, baked goods, coffee, panini sandwiches – (328-8547) www.southkonafruitstand.com

South Kona Green Market (SKGM) Sunday, 9 am – 1 pm.   Amy B. H. Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden, Captain Cook, about MM 110. 40+ vendors, 100% Kona Coffee, fresh produce and herbs, local artists, Hawaiian plants and flowers, natural health and beauty products, prepared food and desserts, live music and cultural demonstrations. Bring Your Own Bag! Timothy Bruno (328-8797)  manager@skgm.org, http://www.SKGM.org

North Kona

Holualoa Farmers Market Saturday, 9 am to Noon Mauka Station (opposite Kona Hotel), Holualoa. Contact: Todd 808-430-0235

Ho‘oulu Community Farmers Market and Artisans Fair Wednesday, 9 am – 2 pm.  Sheraton Kona Resort & Spa, Kailua-Kona.  Come and shop for your local produce, fruit and estate coffees! Local artists & original handcrafted products from Hawai’i Island! Meet friends for lunch on the Keauhou Beach Resort Verandah Lounge! By shopping at our farmers market, you’re supporting local Hawai’i island farmers, artists & their families. Your dollars help to perpetuate a vital part of our islands economy; by shopping local you can reduce the amount of imported basic foods & give gifts from our island’s artists. Come and get to know the farmer & find out where your food is coming from. Contact: Greg and Gail Smith 808-939-7510 or hooulufarmers@gmail.com, http://www.hooulufarmersmkt.com

Kailua Village Farmers’ Market, Wednesday thru Sunday, 7 am – 4 pm.  Across from Hale Halawai, corner of Alii Drive and Hualalai Rd., Kailua-Kona.  Flowers and leis, mostly local produce, macnuts, honey, coffee, Hawaiian crafts, soaps,  etc. http://www.konafarmersmarket.com/

Keauhou Farmers Market Saturday, 8 am – Noon.  Keauhou Shopping Center, Keauhou. Locally grown Hawaii Island products only, no crafts. Island grown produce and plants – come and talk story with the farmer, learn about local produce, discover the tastes of Hawaii and help support local your local farmer. 100% Kona Coffee, macadamia nuts, honey, eggs, organic greens, fruits, vegetables, freshly baked goods, jams, jellies, cut flowers, coconut, potted plants, orchids and more!. Free demos and events. Check website for schedule. Farm Bureau sponsored. info@keauhoufarmersmarket.com  http://www.keauhoufarmersmarket.com Kona County Farm Bureau 324-6011.