Community Farmers' Markets of Los Gatos & Willow Glen

South Bay Farmers' Markets organizes and operates farmers' markets that serve the community where they are located. For over 21 years we have proudly served the community of Los Gatos and for 16 of those years the community of Willow Glen. Both markets are located in the downtown of both communities as we believe that the downtown is the heart center of a community.

We have watched families bring their children to our markets and now those same children are bringing their children to the markets. This is what it is all about. It is about a community sharing the love of wholesome food; food that is fresh picked, tree and vine-ripened.  It is knowing where your food comes from and how it is grown. That is what we care about and that is why we bring our markets to your community. See you soon.

Visit Our Markets

Willow Glen Farmers' Market                                  
every Saturday May through end of October
9:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Willow Glen Farmers' Market is located in Downtown Willow Glen behind the Garden Theater on Lincoln Avenue

Los Gatos Farmers' Market
every Sunday year round, rain or shine
8 AM - 1 PM

Los Gatos Farmers' Market is located in Downtown Los Gatos at the Town Park Plaza on Main Street & N. Santa Cruz Avenue

We accept EBT at both of our farmers' markets

Please Note: While we are animal lovers and are even pet owners ourselves, all animals (dogs, cats, birds, hamsters, gerbils, mice, you get the point) are not allowed in farmers' markets. The only exception to the rule is a service animal. The animal should be wearing a service vest. From what we understand, only dogs and horses are considered service animals!

It's in the Bag - And it's not plastic! Both of our markets no longer issue plastic bags with handles. We encourage all attendees to bring reusable bags for transporting market purchases. The only exception to the plastic bag rule are the small plastic bags that can be used to hold an individual purchase like a basket of strawberries, a piece of fish or a tub of hummus. We are about sustainability and plastic bags don't fall in that category.