Check out Myrtle Beach Area Farmers Markets – More than Just Produce!
One cool way to experience a taste of what Myrtle Beach has to offer is to explore a farmers market while you’re in town vacationing with us. Our farmers markets are more than just produce, though you’ll find plenty of fresh local produce too. Our area farmers markets include artisans, ready to eat foods and other providers that offer good eats or great souvenirs for you to take back home. Let’s take a look at where the markets are and what kind of goods you can find.
Myrtle Beach Area Farmers Markets
There are three regular farmers markets that take place weekly on either Friday or Saturday, as well as two special pop-up markets in Pawleys Island in August. Here’s where and when to go:
North Myrtle Beach Farmers Market
925 1st Ave S. in North Myrtle Beach, SC
Downtown Conway Farmers Market
Under the Main Street Bridge in Conway, SC
The Market Common Farmers Market at Valor Park
1120 Farrow Parkway in Myrtle Beach, SC
August 7 and 21 at 12PM-4PM
Pawleys Island Pop-up Farmers Markets @ The Hammock Shops
10880 Ocean Highway in Pawleys Island, SC
Cool Finds at Myrtle Beach Farmers Markets
You’ll find a great selection of artisans and ready to eat foods to check out at Myrtle Beach area Farmers Markets. Here are just a few of the options you’ll see (and a great place to find unique souvenirs to take back home with you).
- Handmade Crafts
- Handmade Jewelry
- Handmade Soaps
- Art and Home Decor
- New Age Boutiques
- Metal Works
- Sea Jewelry – make with shells or sea glass
- Candles – Soy wax, coconut wax and more
- Pine Needle Baskets and Arts
- Handmade Pottery
- Glass Sculptures & Pendants
- Wooden Signs and Wooden Home Decor
- Handcrafted Spice Blends
- Bakery Items
- Fresh Brewed Coffees
- Nuts and Fudges
- Kettle Corn
- Elderberry Syrup
- Dog Bakery Items
At the Myrtle Beach area farmers markets, you’ll find way more than simple produce. You’ll find the work of skilled local artisans, ready to eat goods and even items that promote your health and wellness like Kombucha and Elderberry Syrup. There’s so much to see and try at our local farmers markets, you’ll be glad you took the time to explore our local offerings.
Learn more about our local farmers markets at https://waccamawmarkets.org/.