Looking for a local, true farmer's market in Prince Edward's Island, Canada? Scroll down this page and you will see the farm markets,
farm stands, roadside stands, produce markets, even garden fruit and vegetable stands and
seasonal community farmer's markets in Prince Edward's Island, Canada,
sorted by county. Markets offering organic or sustainably grown produce are identified by the words "organic" and/or "sustainable" in Green, next to their name.
If they have a website, the name will be in blue and underlined; click on it and it will open their website.
And if you know of one I missed and want to add it or correct the
information, please let me know!
What's in season in March 2017, and other
March brings with it Spring and the ability to buy
locally, especially in the deep South where fresh strawberries are available in
Florida and Texas, followed by California. Cold weather crops, like spinach,
some lettuces, peas, kale, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, cauliflower, leeks and
early onions being harvested in all but the colder regions. Many markets still
have fresh winter squash, stored from last Autumn.
Farmer's Market Listings, by county
Click on Local resources above, if you need a county map
- Springwater Farm
697 Route 4, Albion Cross, PEI. Phone: (902) 583-2340. Email:
Welcome to Springwater Farm. On this family farm you will meet
hosts George and Melaney and daughters Ila and Rae. Visit our
farm store The Shepherd’s Nook. Tour the farm, meet some
sheep, pet the horse and rabbits and maybe collect eggs. Overnight
visitors are welcome to stay with our family in our century home.
Hayrides and farm tours available by request. Our products are
also available at the Charlottetown Farmers’ Market.
Lamb, sheepskins, sheepskin products and wool blankets.
- Matheson Gardens -
Brent and Paula Matheson
1721 Strathcona Road, Route 312, Forest Hill, PEI. Phone: (902) 961-2166. Email:
Take a leisurely stroll through our colourful “U-pick” cut flower
gardens and see our full range of coloured sunflowers which
make great decorations for weddings, events or your kitchen
table. Our “certified organic” produce is great for eating and
decorating. Produce is available at our farm gate and also from
September through the end of October at Campbell’s Irving in
Dundas on Route 4. Carrots, cucumber, pumpkins (mini, pie,
carving), rhubarb, squash and gourds, flowers (U-pick sunflowers
and U-pick fresh cut).
- Rossignol Estate Winery - John Rossignol
11147 Shore Road, Route 4, Little Sands, PEI. Phone: (902) 962-4193. Email:
Rossignol Estate Winery offers a remarkable variety of premium
quality table wines, fruit wines and liqueurs. Visit our farm winery,
vineyard and art gallery where you can enjoy the panoramic view
of Northumberland Strait, sample our fruit wines, and peruse a
wonderful selection of original artwork created by Dagny, John
and friends. Wines: Little Sands White, Seyval Blanc, Ortega
Chardonnay, High Bank Red, Isle Saint Jean Red, Valient Jubilee,
Iced Liberty Blossom, Maple Wine, Blueberry Wine, Strawberry
Wine, Raspberry, Festival, Strawberry Rhubarb, Cranberry Delight
and Blackberry Mead.
- Austin and Carol Mussel -
2804 Peters Road, Route 324, Alliston, PEI. Phone: (902) 962-2387. Email:
We sell fresh produce at our farm gate. We take pride in growing
a variety of vegetables picked fresh as needed by our customers.
Our farm is an environmentally friendly operation. We have
produce available for pickling and canning. Hope to see you this
summer! Beans, beets, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower,
corn, cucumbers, dill, lettuce, onions, potatoes, spinach, fall
squash and tomatoes.
- Nabuurs Gardens Ltd. - Arnold and Mary Nabuurs
4986 A.A. MacDonald Highway, Route 4, Montague, PEI. Phone: (902) 838-4510. Email:
Visit our greenhouse, garden centre, farm market and gift shop
featuring all things PEI; local vegetables, fruit, fresh strawberries
daily, preserves, crafts, woodworking and artistry of many kinds.
We also have a wide selection of annuals, perennials, trees,
shrubs, hanging baskets and containers. Strawberry U-pick
available in season at our home location of 136 Lower Montague
Road. Asparagus, beans (yellow and green), beets and beet
greens, blueberries, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, corn,
cucumbers, lettuce (romaine, head, mesclun), new potatoes,
pumpkins, raspberries, spinach, strawberries, tomatoes and
- Mount Vernon Farms - Eric and Lori MacLeod
1725 Culloden Road, Route 203, Mount Vernon, PEI. Phone: (902) 962-3688. Email:
Mount Vernon Farms produces wild blueberries. This delicious
and healthy summer treat is produced, harvested and packaged
for sale at our U-pick. We also provide street-side sales from our
truck in Montague. Our farm is located 15 minutes south of
Montague and 35 minutes east of Charlottetown on the Culloden
Road in Mount Vernon. Come on out and “Go WILD at Mount
Vernon Farms.” Wild blueberries (U-pick, fresh, freezer packs).
- Crimson Harvest Cranberry Farm - cranberries,
1495 Nelligan Road SeaCow Pond, Tignish, PE C0B2B0. Phone: 902 882 2745.
email@example.com. Open: Call any time. Directions:
Click here for a map and directions. Payment: Cash, Cheque. Taking
orders dry harvested cranberries. (ADDED: September 12, 2011)
- Hamill Farms - Louis and Steven Hamill
1148 Route 1A, Middleton, PEI. Phone: (902) 887-2436 or (902) 439-2878. Email:
Our farm is a family-run mixed operation. We raise free-range
beef and grow a mixed vegetable garden. Produce is available
at our farm gate market, at local grocery stores and restaurants.
Fresh produce available mid-June to late September. Potatoes
are available year-round and can be delivered. Beef can be
ordered by phone or in person. Come and enjoy farm fresh food
in a friendly and environmentally sustainable atmosphere. Beef,
beans, corn, cucumbers, lettuce, new potatoes, onions and other
- Stavert Farms - Donald, Peter and Greg Stavert
1908 Mill Road, Route 110, Freetown, PEI. Phone: (902) 887 2323. Alternate phone: (902)
Stavert Farms is a fifth generation farm located in Freetown,
10 minutes east of Summerside. We grow seed potatoes, raise
beef and have laying hens. We also sell whole turkeys, chickens,
beef (by the quarter), fresh produce grown in a large scale garden
along with jams, jellies, pickles and baked goods straight from
a country kitchen. We can provide tours for groups. Beans, beets,
broccoli, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, cucumbers, gourds, lettuce,
onions, peas, tomatoes, turnips, pumpkins, beef, eggs, chickens,
turkeys, jams and jellies.
- The Country Cupboard -
David and Barb MacEachern
934 Wilmot Valley Road,
Route 120, Wilmot Valley, PEI. Phone: (902) 436-4557. Email:
“Certified organic” produce is available daily at our roadside stand
and Saturdays at the Farmers’ Market in Summerside. All produce
is picked daily to ensure freshness. Asparagus, beans, beets,
broccoli, carrots, corn, cucumbers, garlic, leeks, lettuce, onions,
peas, potatoes, pumpkins, snow peas, spinach, squash,
strawberries, tomatoes and zucchini.
- Kool Breeze Farms - Douglas and Ian Simmons
231 Read Drive, Summerside, PEI. Phone: (902) 436-1900, Toll-free:
PEI’s largest garden centre and seasonal Christmas store. A
huge selection of annuals, perennials, fall mums, shrubs, roses,
trees, fresh vegetables in season and Vesey’s seeds. Unique
gardening items to accessorize your garden. Take a stroll through
our perennial flower bed display. PEI Scarecrow Contest is being
held on September 21, 2008. Open daily May 1 to December
31st. Annuals, perennials, trees and shrubs, roses, fall mums,
hanging baskets, carrots, new potatoes, yellow beans,
strawberries, beets, blueberries, broccoli, corn, cauliflower,
cucumber, lettuce and turnips.
- Summerside Farmers’ Market -
Holman Building, 250 Water Street, Summerside, PEI. Phone: (902) 436-5180 -
Arthur Davies, PEI. Phone: (902) 658-2148.
The “new” Summerside Farmers’ Market is now located in the
historic Holman Building in downtown Summerside. Come and
enjoy the best of Island agriculture featuring in-season produce
and fruit, and locally produced meats available directly from
Island farmers. Enjoy a delicious Saturday morning breakfast or
lunch. Indulge in fresh home baking, fair trade gourmet coffee,
cheese and other delicacies while you peruse a variety of nursery
plants and arts and crafts. Shop at the Summerside Farmers’
Market Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
- Pleasant Farm - Ranald and Melanie MacFarlane
229 Salutation Cove Road, Fernwood (off Route 119), PEI. Phone: (902) 887-2917. Email:
We are not a typical PEI farm. This is a happy place for animals.
They thrive because we respect them and the land. We live large
on a little farm and offer quality above quantity. Farm tours are
by appointment. Free range eggs, free range beef, free-range
pork and composted cow manure (100% manure).
- Emmerdale Eden Farm - Tina, Arthur and Alex Davies
Corner of 10 Emery Road and Route 11,
Linkletter Road, Linkletter, PEI. Phone: (902) 436-5180. Email:
Large black pigs, red poll cattle, dorset horn sheep, heritage
turkeys, ducks and chickens await your visit to our certified
organic family farm. Our market garden offers a wide selection
of heritage vegetables in a multitude of colours and flavours. We
sell our eggs, meat and produce year-round at the farm gate as
well as the Summerside Farmers’ Market. Come to experience
and enjoy the taste sensations of yesteryear.
- Arlington Orchards - Barry and Carol Balsom
1158 Route 167, Arlington, PEI. Phone: (902)
We are Prince Edward Island’s largest orchard, growing many
varieties of apples, pears and plums using environmentally friendly
methods. Located on Orchard Lane just off route 167 in Arlington,
Prince County. Arlington Orchards has two farm markets where
we sell Prince Edward Island produce, honey and jams. Open
from August to December. Locations: Ellen’s Creek Plaza in
Charlottetown and Monaghan Street in Miscouche. Our U-pick
is open September and October every day. Free haywagon rides
on the weekend and much more
- The Doctor’s Inn and Organic Gardens -
Paul and Jean Offer
32 Allen Road, Tyne Valley, PEI. Phone: (902) 831-3057. Email:
We have two acres of vegetables and fruit in season and never
pick until we have your order. As we also run a B&B, dinner service
is available featuring our own produce. Reservations required,
well in advance. Please ask about our menu. Recommended in
Where to Eat in Canada. Farm tours are available on Sunday
and Wednesday afternoons. All organic vegetables from A (globe
artichoke) to Z (zucchini), organic strawberries, jams, pickles and
- Cackleberry Farm - Allan and Maureen Marsden
3392 Route 12, Grand River, PEI. Phone: (902) 854-3306. Email:
Cackleberry Farms: PEI’s Berry Best. All natural farm fresh fruit
spreads, honeys, jellies and syrups. Come and pick strawberries
under a warm PEI sun in July or visit our apple U-pick in October.
Bring the whole family to our annual Family Fun Day every Sunday
in October — live music, pony and hay wagon rides, corn maze,
apple sling shot and much more. We promise lots of fun no matter
what your age. Tours available for groups. Apples, gourds, plums,
pumpkins, raspberries and strawberries.
- Clohossey Farms - Barry and Darlene Clohossey
14770 Route 14, Nail Pond, PEI. Phone: (902) 882-3439.
Located along the scenic North Cape Coastal Drive, our family
farm offers a wide variety of vegetables, roasting chickens,
U-pick strawberries and fall decorations. Our farm gate vegetable
stand is open daily 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., July to October. We also sell
fresh produce at local farmers’ markets, local stores and
restaurants. Hope to see you this summer. Beans (yellow, green),
beets, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, corn, cucumbers
(pickling, slicing), lettuce, mushrooms, onions, peas, peppers,
potatoes , pumpkins, rhubarb, strawberries, summer savory,
tomatoes and turnip.
- Montrose Gardens - Ivan and Theresa Hardy
1793 Union Road, Route 152, Montrose,
PEI. Phone: (902) 853-2699.
We have a vegetable stand at our gate, open 7 days a week from
July to November. Come and enjoy the taste of our fresh produce,
which brings our customers back day after day, year after year.
We do provide farm tours by appointment. Apples, beans (yellow,
green), beets, blueberries, broad beans (faba), broccoli, cabbage,
carrots, cauliflower, cherries, corn (sweet, ornamental), cucumbers,
gourds, grapes, jams, jellies, lettuce, onions, peas, pears, peppers,
plums, pickling preserves, potatoes, pumpkins, spinach, squash,
swiss chard, straw, tomatoes and turnip.
- Rennie’s UPick -
41135 Western Road, Route 2, Alma, PEI. Phone: (902) 853-2667.
We are a family owned and operated business. We sell strawberries
either U-pick or We-pick, with strawberries available at the U-pick
stand daily. We deliver locally to stores, restaurants, hospitals,
senior citizen homes and manors. Strawberries.
- Paul Bob’s Meat Shop - Paul Smallman
24 Foy Road, Rosebank, PEI. Phone: (902) 853-4078. Email:
We have a 150 head cow-calf operation and raise our animals to
sell through our local shop. We pride ourselves in the quality of
our animals and are proud to sell our products to our customers.
Fresh pork and beef cut to customer specifications. Specialty
products including donair meat, potted meat, smoked meat, corned
beef, marinated pork and beef steaks, dutch meatloaf and seasoned
hamburger patties. Sausages include German, honey, tomato
basil, breakfast, fennel and sausage patties.
- Bloomfield Farmers’ Market -
38565 Route 2, Bloomfield, PEI. Phone: (902) 859-8844. Email:
Our market will showcase fresh Island produce for sale direct
from the farm. The market opens for the season July 5th and
operates Saturdays 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Webb’s Vegetables - tomatoes,
lettuce, cucumbers, potatoes and corn; Clohossey Farm -
strawberries, cucumbers, tomatoes, broccoli and corn; Paul Bob’s
Meat Shop - specialty meat products including sausages, marinated
steak and potted meat; Bloomfield Orchard - apples, cherries and
pears; Janet Getson - home cooking and preserves (wild strawberry
jam and chow); David MacDonald - fresh Island pork cut to order.
- Irish Cobbler Vacation Home and Farm -
Richard and Anita Rooney
3690 Selkirk Road, Orwell, PEI. Phone: (902) 651-4419. Email:
Watch for our Leprechaun sign in early July - he’s your notice
that we are digging our Irish cobbler potatoes. They are ready for
you from our self-serve stand. By August, we have freshly picked
wild blueberries available by the small pint box at the stand, or
call ahead to order larger containers suitable for the freezer.
Beans (yellow), blueberries (lowbush), potatoes (Irish cobbler)
- Laura Leigh Farms and Shepherd’s Farm -
52 Old Bob Laird Road, Mount Stewart, PEI. Phone: (902) 676-2473. Email:
We are a certified organic mixed farming operation, family-owned
with 13 children. We are changing our farming practices to be
more ecofriendly - animal cooperative. Come experience the farm,
milk a cow, feed a calf, gather eggs, pick fresh fruit for breakfast;
enjoy the whole experience and stay at our B&B for families.
Beef, eggs, turkey, chicken, duck, pork, rabbit, black currants,
jellies, raspberries, lamb, fresh garden produce, rhubarb and
- Coffins Berry Farm - Allan and Cathy Coffin
2255 Dromore Road, Route 214, Pisquid, PEI. Phone: (902) 676-2975. Email:
We sell our freshly picked strawberries and raspberries at our
farm gate as well as wholesale to local stores. We also invite you
to visit our U-pick operation or place your order by phone. Feel
free to visit our Big Red Cement Strawberry and take as many
pictures as you want - no charge. We look forward to seeing you
this summer. Raspberries (U-pick/farm gate), strawberries
- Chuckwagon Farm Market - David and Rose Viaene
5283 Trans Canada Hwy., Belfast, PEI. Phone: (902) 659-2181. Email:
Come see our chuckwagon loaded with fresh fruits and vegetables.
Our Saloon has 10 flavours of ice cream, and we also have our
jelly cupboard full of jams, jellies and preserves. The herb garden
located behind the saloon is U-pick. Check out our fall display of
pumpkins, gourds, mini straw bales, ornamental corn and other
fall décor items. Apples, beans, beets, blueberries, broccoli,
cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, cucumbers, garlic, PEI honey,
gourds, herbs, onions, pears, peppers, potatoes, rhubarb,
strawberries, tomatoes and turnips.
- Flat River Blueberries - Bob and Donna Langille
25 Jacks Road, Flat River, PEI. Phone: (902) 659-2393. Email:
Our fresh blueberries are sold at our berry stand and at local
garden centres. We also wholesale to local stores.
- McCaughey Farms - Philip and Sonya McCaughey
2708 Monaghan Road, Route 213, Fort Augustus, PEI. Phone: (902) 676-2679. Email:
We sell Irish cobbler potatoes starting early July from our selfserve
stand. Five and 10 lb. bags available or call ahead to place
orders. Irish cobbler potatoes.
- Berry Patch - Claude McCardle
11860 St. Peters Road, Tracadie Cross, PEI. Phone: (902) 676-2945. Email:
Enjoy farm fresh, nutritious and delicious strawberries, raspberries
and lowbush blueberries. We are open seven days a week in July
and August. Fresh berries are available daily. You can also
experience the fun of U-pick. The Berry Patch gang welcomes
you to come by and try a healthy taste of summer. Blueberries,
lowbush (farmgate/U-pick), raspberries (farmgate/U-pick) and
- Doucette Seed Produce - Michael and Linda Doucette
82 Red Point Road, Johnston’s River, PEI. Phone: (902) 569-1905. Email:
We sell quality fresh-cut produce at our farm gate market. We
love gardening and enjoy sharing the experience with you. Feel
free to walk about our garden to enjoy seeing and tasting all our
Island has to offer. Beans (yellow /green), beets, carrots, corn,
cucumbers, gourds, herbs, melons, onions, peppers, potatoes
(Irish cobblers), pumpkins, rhubarb, spinach, squash, strawberries,
swiss chard, tomatoes and zucchini.
- Wheatleys Raspberries - Sheldon and Donalda Wheatley
630 Suffolk Road, Route 222, Suffolk, PEI. Phone: (902) 566-5606.
We sell U-pick or ready-picked raspberries which are available
each day throughout the season from our field. We are open Monday to Saturday
8 am to 12 pm; closed on Sunday. Come stroll through the rows of
berries to find just the right place for you. Stop and smell the lilies
along the way or later pick up a bouquet of free sunflowers just
to brighten up your day. Red raspberries, blueberries (highbush),
blackberries and purple raspberries. (UPDATED: September 04, 2016)
- Balderston’s Farm Market - Allan and Dianne Balderston
11053 Trans Canada Highway, Stratford, PEI. Phone: (902) 569-3276. Email:
Visit our farm market for all your farm-fresh fruits and vegetables
grown on our farm. Locally made preserves, jams, jellies, salsa,
Island honey, maple syrup, home baked items and fruit pies. Ice
cream treats. U-pick flower patch and herb garden. Fall harvest
decorating supplies - decorator corn, corn stalks, mini straw bales,
bulrushes, sunflowers, pumpkins, gourds, unique squash, sheaves
of grain and fall asters, mums and daisies. Open 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Monday to Friday and Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., June through
- Jewell’s Country Market - Edwin Jewell
11 York Road, Route 25, Marshfield, PEI. Phone: (902) 629-1900. Email:
Jewell’s Country Market is PEI’s largest farm market. Featuring
award winning vegetables grown on our farm in York. Annuals,
perennials, cut flowers, 60 flavours of ice cream (nobody on PEI
has more), giftware and bakery. Home of PEI’s first goat walk.
Open seven days a week untill late October. Stop in today!
Annuals, yellow beans, beets, blueberries, broccoli, carrots,
cauliflower, corn, cucumbers, flowers (fresh cut), hanging baskets,
lettuce (romaine/iceberg), new potatoes, radish, raspberries,
spinach, strawberries, tomatoes and turnips.
- Wintermoor Orchard - Mark Ashley and Heather Taweel
906 Route 25, York, PEI. Phone: (902) 629-1520. Email:
Just a 10 minute drive from Charlottetown, we have 13 varieties
of apples grown by the environmentally friendly Integrated Fruit
Production method. With both eating and cooking varieties, you
can choose your favourites or discover something new in our
orchard. Pick undistracted or just walk the neatly kept grounds.
Cider is also available once the crop is ripe. We’re open early
September to late October, seven days a week. Farm tours by
reservation. Apples and apple cider.
- Charlottetown Farmer’s Market Coop -
Manager, Roger Greaves
100 Belvedere Avenue, Charlottetown, PEI. Phone: (902) 626-3373.
The market is open on Saturdays 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. year-round.
The market is also open on Wednesdays 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. between
July 2 and August 27. There are over 50 vendors offering produce,
cut flowers, meat, fish, goat and sheep cheeses, imported cheeses,
juice bar, gourmet roasted fresh coffee, specialty teas, artisan
breads, baked goods and crafts. We also sell ethnic food from
around the world - eat in or eat out. ATM available.
- Second Wind Llama Ranch - Gezinus and Akkelien Vos
16974 Route 2, Malpeque Road, Winsloe, PEI. Phone: (902) 892-2361.
Welcome to our strawberry patch during the month of July.
U-pick is all we do, so the best will go to you! We have llamas,
sheep, horses, rabbits and their young for your entertainment.
See you in the field! Strawberries (U-pick).
- David and Edith Ling -
239 Ling Road, North Winsloe, PEI. Phone: (902) 368-1262. Email:
Since 1985, no chemical sprays or artificial fertilizers have been
used on our farm. Livestock is raised and treated in a humane
fashion. The rich brown soil produces healthy food for humans
and livestock alike. Our produce is available on Saturday mornings
at the Charlottetown Farmers’ Market. Freezer lots of beef and
pork are also available. We provide farm tours for groups. Beef
(chemical free), pork (chemical free) and potatoes (grown without
sprays or chemical fertilizers).
- Honeydew Apiaries - Daniel and Beatrice Ficza
6718 Route 19, Canoe Cove, PEI. Phone: (902) 675-3690. Email:
Our bee farm is located 10 minutes southwest of Cornwall
overlooking the Northumberland Strait. We operate 400 to 500
hives. In addition to producing honey, we also rent our hives for
pollination of different crops. All our products are available at our
farm gate self-serve honey stand. Our specialty is creamed
blueberry honey. Honey (liquid and creamed wildflower/blueberry),
beeswax candles, skin creams and lip balms.
- BigHill Farms - Garry Renkema
2123 New Glasgow Road, Route 224, Wheatley River, PEI. Phone: (902) 964-3022. Email:
BigHill Farms is growing fresh chickens and turkeys. We take
orders for Thanksgiving and Christmas and have frozen turkeys
available year-round. Our birds are free-range, home grown and
grain fed. Our berries are grown pesticide-free. We provide farm
tours. Fresh chickens, fresh turkeys, black currant (U-pick) and
- Larkin Bros -
2498 New Glasgow Road, Route 224, PEI. Phone: (902) 964-2839. Email:
We started out as a small turkey growing farm approximately five
years ago. We have now expanded into a larger operation which
raises 10,000 to 12,000 turkeys for the fresh and frozen market.
Our turkeys are raised free-range and medication free. Fresh
turkeys can be ordered for Christmas and Thanksgiving. We have
frozen turkeys, canned turkey and ground turkey available yearround
from our farm located in New Glasgow. We also raise freerange
chickens on a smaller scale. Chicken (free-range, medication
free), turkey (free-range, medication free).
- Caleb’s Outlook - Jim and Betty Newson
First Fruits Organic Farm
5976 Route 13 New Glasgow, PEI. Phone: (902) 621-0444. Email:
We grow a variety of certified organic fruits, fresh herbs and some
mixed vegetables. Our U-pick operation opens early July. Open
daily 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Closed Sundays. We sell from our farm
gate. Orders may be placed by calling ahead. Our 45 acres
overlook the River Clyde. Come for the view and a picnic on the
waterfront. Prearranged tours by request. Guided tours $75 per
hour ($50 minimum) or self-guided walking tour $5 per person,
$10 per family. Black currants, fresh herbs, mixed vegetables,
raspberries, rhubarb and strawberries.
- Hill’s Produce - Barry Hill
6820 Mayfield Road, Route 13, Mayfield, PEI. Phone: (902) 963-2561.
At our roadside vegetable stand just five minutes south of Anne
of Green Gables land on Hwy #13, you will find a variety of fresh
garden vegetables hand-picked daily on our farm for taste and
quality. We also feature strawberries, raspberries and blueberries
from neighbouring farms. Our specialty is sweet corn! Hours of
operation are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday to Saturday, approximately
July 21 to October 15. Beans (yellow /green), beets, blueberries,
carrots, corn (sweet), cucumbers, peas (edible podded), potatoes
(fundy), raspberries, strawberries and tomatoes.
- Belanger Farm - Christine and Martin Belanger
3817 Route 13, Hunter River, PEI. Phone: (902) 964-2388.
Welcome to the Belanger Farm, centrally located just south of
Hunter River. Need stress relief? Come relax and pick your own
fruit in a picturesque, serene setting. Bienvenue aux visiteurs
Francophone. Farm tours by appointment. Asparagus, blackberries,
gooseberries, raspberries and Saskatoon berries.
- Barb and Brian’s Organic Farm -
Barb and Brian Craig
3845 Route 13, Hunter River, PEI. Phone: (902) 964-2833. Email:
We invite you to our organic gardens located in the hills of Hunter
River, approximately 20 minutes west of Charlottetown. We have
10 acres of certified organic gardens which provide fresh produce
at our farm gate. Farm tours upon request. Beans (yellow/green),
broccoli, carrots, cauliflower, corn, cucumber, herbs, onion,
potatoes (reds, blues and cobblers), salad greens, spinach,
tomatoes and zucchini.
- Derek and Jen Campbell -
1805 Route 13, Brookvale, PEI. Phone: (902) 658-2148. Email:
Our 200 acre farm is located in the picturesque hills of Brookvale.
We raise pastured chickens and produce a wide variety of
vegetables, herbs and fruit for the Summerside Farmers’ Market,
the Village Store in Bedeque and our Community Shared Agriculture
(CSA) program. We are in our final transition year and will be
certified organic in the spring of 2009. We invite you to check out
our farm blog on our website. Beans, beets, cucumber, dill, fennel,
melons, onions, peas, potatoes, spinach and a whole lot more!!!
- Hughes Hill Farms -
Gary and Kelly Hughes and Family
1531 South Melville Road, Route 246,
Kelly’s Cross Phone: (902) 658-2652. Email:
We are a “traditional” family farm. We grow a large variety of
certified organic produce, free-range eggs and meat chickens,
homemade pickles and jams, and hormone/antibiotic-free ground
beef. We also have a purebred herd of Holstein and Jersey dairy
cows. Our products are available year-round at our farm, at the
Charlottetown Farmers’ Market, and at the Victoria Farmers’
Market (summer months). We take great pride in our farm and
believe in ‘flavour first...nutrition naturally.” Farm tours available
by appointment only. Closed Sundays.
- Westbrooke Farm -
Norman and Gwen Cairns
3732 Kinkora Road, Route 225, North Wiltshire, PEI. , PEI. Phone: (902) 621-0362. Email:
We have a small dairy and beef farm in Stanchel, halfway between
Charlottetown and Summerside. We raise and sell our beef by
the side or according to customer requests. Visitors always
welcome! Beef (natural, no additives, no growth hormones)
- Springwillow Farm - Raymond Loo
22748 Route 2, Springfield, PEI. Phone: (902) 964-2582. Email:
We are the sixth generation on our family farm. We operate a
certified organic mixed farm with the goal of making the smallest
environmental footprint possible while producing healthy food.
Eggs, beef, beans, broccoli, carrots, cauliflower, currants, lettuce,
onions, potatoes, raspberries, squash and strawberries.
- Howatts’ Fruit Farm - Everett and Betty Howatt
326 Tryon Point Road, Tryon, PEI. Phone: (902) 651-2186.
We are in Tryon where you take Rte. 10 off the TCH and turn
onto the Tryon Pt. Rd. Our farm has been providing quality produce
since 1929 when we began with U-pick strawberries. Other fruit
and vegetables followed, and we are now selling to the fifth
generation of satisfied customers at our farm. Apples, beans,
cherries (U-pick), cucumbers, currants (U-pick), mixed vegetables,
peppers, plums, potatoes, pumpkins, raspberries (U-pick), squash,
strawberries (U-pick) and tomatoes.
- Burlington Tender Beef - James Evans
118 County Line Road, Burlington (off Route 234), PEI. Phone: (902) 836-3759. Email:
We live on a 300 acre family farm in a beautiful rural setting at
the head of the Southwest River in Burlington. From birth to finish
we process fresh, naturally grown Black Angus cross beef cut to
your specifications. Open Monday to Saturday, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
or call for an appointment. Steaks, hamburg, roasts, long ribs,
brisket, flank steak, ox-tail, fresh liver, beef heart, beef tongue,
stewing beef, soup bones and dog bones’ whole wheat flour.
- Kensington Farmers’ Market - c/o Raymond Loo
62 Broadway Street N., Kensington, PEI. Phone: (902) 964-2582.
Located in the historic Rail Shed at the Kensington Railyards.
Our vendors offer baked goods, local organic fruits and vegetables,
fresh fish, sausage, crafts and coffee. Open Saturdays 9 a.m. to
1 p.m. from July until September.