Join the Fairfax County Farmers Markets for the Fall Harvest Festival at four FCPA Farmers Market locations. Celebrate the Fall Harvest of fresh produce like squash, greens, and broccoli, find the last of the summer harvest, and enjoy delicious foods from local farmers and producers. Children and families are invited to paint pumpkins, play fall harvest bingo, and spin the trivia wheel for a prize! Enjoy live music and free samples of warm apple cider as we gather to celebrate the Fall Harvest.
Fairfax County operates 10 farmers markets across Fairfax County under the Fairfax County Park Authority. By providing access to locally grown foods, our farmers market program strives to improve the health of Fairfax County citizens, support local food producers and protect the environment.
Our markets are strictly producer-only, meaning that all of our farmers and producers may only sell what they raise on their farms or make from scratch. We encourage our vendors to use local ingredients in the creation of their products as much as possible. Our farmers and producers all come from within a 125-mile radius of Fairfax County, with a few exceptions for hard to find products.
Fairfax County Farmers Markets run Wednesday through Sunday from Spring to Fall. There are no markets on Monday and Tuesdays.
Parking is available along North Shore Drive. There is also a nearby parking lot with convenient access to the Reston Farmers Market.
STEP 1: Exit the parking area where the Market is and go left on North Shore Drive, through the traffic light by the Fellowship House.
STEP 2: Take the first left turn after the traffic light and go straight up the hill by the office building and park.
STEP 3: Walk down the steps behind the Washington Plaza Baptist Church to the Plaza and turn left to go into the Farmers Market.
Customers are not required to wear a mask. Please be respectful of others and stay home if you are experiencing any symptoms of illness.
The Park Authority welcomes members of the public to use its parks for engaging in expressive activities. To maximize the availability of the parks to all users and to promote community safety, the Park Authority has set aside Community Use Areas at its farmers markets and near its concert and summer entertainment venues.
The Fairfax County Park Authority has established Community Use Areas where individuals, nonprofits and other community groups may conduct non-commercial expressive activities. This online guide can assist in locating the Community Use Areas and understanding the rules governing the Community Use Areas.
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