Local Markets & Growers
Local Farmers Markets
Running from May to September, the seasonal Innisfail markets are a thriving community of individuals with so much to offer. With fresh Farm-to-Table produce, home-baked treats, and a showcase of talented crafters, artists and entertainers, it’s well worth making it a regular stop in the week.
Market on Main
Starting June 13, 2023, The Innisfail & District Chamber of Commerce will host the Market on Main on a weekly basis throughout the summer. Join us every Tuesday at the Innisfail Legion from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm for fresh produce, food trucks, and vendors from town and around the region.
Innisfail Farmers Market
The Innisfail Farmers Market, ran by the Innisfail & District Agriculture Society, happens on Thursdays at the Innisfail Legion Auditorium from May 18 to September 28, 2023.
For more information, visit their Facebook page.
Visit our farm store in May & June for the freshest, sweetest and most tender asparagus from the largest asparagus farm in Alberta. Located just 10 km west of Innisfail. Fresh garden peas in July & August. Always available, a great selection of other seasonal vegetables, home made pickles, jams, relishes, pies, home raised angus beef and much more.
RR3, Innistail, Alberta T4G 1T8
The Jungle Farm
Fresh juicy strawberries ready for pickin’. Visit the greenhouses in May, the strawberry fields in July & August, and the “pumpkin patch” in early fall. Enjoy the hayrides and corn maze.
Innisfail, 28120 Township Road 362, Red Deer County
Pearsons Berry Farm
Jams, fresh pies, gift baskets, local crafts, syrups, jellies, chocolates, ciders, anti pasta, mincemeat, etc. Located 28 km west of Bowden on Hwy 587.
Bowden, Highway 587 & Range Road 40
Nixon Honey Farm
Naturally pure honey, straight from the hive to your home, by Nixon Honey Farms in Central Alberta.
35566 Range Road 263 Red Deer County, AB T4G 0C9
Eagle Creek Farms
Here you’ll find a collection of traditional grain crops along side vegetables, fruit, flowers, animals & activities for families who want to get out of the city and re-connect with where food comes from.
From Bowden travel west on Highway 587 and turn Right (North) on RR#14
Bowden Sun Maze
Visit the Parkland’s newest country attraction of 3 mazes of sunflowers, corn and sorghum, alongside thousands of u-pick flowers.
Range Rd 14, Bowden, AB TOM OKO
Garlic Goodness Farm
Have a walk through our garlic field at Garlic Goodness Farm where we have 12 varieties of garlic for sale. Pick up some delicious onions, fingerling and full-size potatoes, carrots, tomatoes and other vegetables (in season). No herbicides, fertilizers, pesticides or chemicals of any kind used anywhere on the farm.
While you’re here, check out our hairy Scottish Highland beef cattle too.
35540 RR12, Red Deer County, T4G 0M9