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Fort Mason Center Farmers’ Market

Every Sunday 9:30am – 1:30pm, year-round rain or shine with beautiful views of the Golden Gate Bridge and California fruits and vegetables.

Fort Mason Center Farmers' Market in San Francisco has farm fresh fruits and vegetables from local small family farms. The Marina Farmers' Market benefits the community with access to healthy organic produce and conventional produce.

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Photo: Fort Mason Center Farmers' Market opening late for Golden Gate Bridge 75th Anniversary

May 27th Extended Hours for Golden Gate Bridge
75th Anniversary Celebration

Open May 27th 9:30am – 4pm
Golden Gate National Park has added the Farmers’ Market as a part of the celebration!

Fort Mason Center Farmers' Market has winter crop updates for the Marina and San Francisco. Farmers' markets provide fresh fruits and vegetables for the local community and direct benefits to small family farmers.

Winter Crop Watch

Click for farmers’ market slideshow of winter crops. Ask Fort Mason Center farmers when your favorite fruits and vegetables are in season.

Fall Crop Watch

Taste the difference this season by enjoying fresh heirloom apples, oranges, grapes, sweet potatoes, heirloom squash varieties (butternut, kabocha, acorn, etc.), spinach, onions, organic and Asian vegetables, fish, eggs, fresh California Dungeness crab, and much more from California certified farmers and food producers… More Crop Updates are available via our email list, facebook page, or best of all direct from the farmer!

Seasonal Recipes

Fruited Autumn Romaine Salad with Walnut Oil Dressing and amazing Winter Squash Casserole

Fort Mason Center Farmers' Market Summer Harvest video

Summer Crops

Click the picture for a slideshow of Fort Mason Center Farmers’ Market top crops in early summer. Summer’s Harvest includes: Corn, cherries, white donut peaches, flavor rosa pluots, yellow and white nectarines and peaches, white and red raspberries, blackberries, heirloom tomatoes, spinach, rapini, kale and more organic and Asian vegetables, plus more from family farmers.