Lake Havasu Farmers Market

Farmers markets have grown in popularity over the past few years. We like to support local farmers and artisans while providing the freshest meat, produce, and dairy to our families. KAWS facilitates the meeting place for farmers and the public twice every month at the Lake Havasu Farmers Market.

Think global. Shop local. Bring the freshest meat and produce to your family's dinner table when you shop at the Lake Havasu Farmers Market. Visit the KAWS building on McCulloch from 8 am to 12 pm on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month.

Lake Havasu Farmers Market

That’s right. KAWS hosts not one, but two farmers markets at their McCulloch facility each month for the rest of the year. Their essential market (the smallest of the two) takes place from 8 am to 12 pm on the first Saturday of the month. Meanwhile, their larger market opens from 8 am to 12 pm on the third Saturday of the month. Come rain or shine. (But let’s be honest. We don’t see too many rainy days to worry about that.) Each market offers fresh fruit, vegetables, baked goods, and meat. This Saturday (June 20th), for instance, Fort Rock Farms brings their grass-fed beef in sirloin, chuck, tri-tip, and brisket cuts. Desert Hava Gardens features sugar-free jams to go on their fresh baked sourdough, whole grain, cinnamon swirl, and challah breads. They also sell gluten-free varieties. But that’s just a small taste of their selection. You need to come to the market to see for yourself.

The organizers of the Lake Havasu Farmers Market have been working with farms in Phoenix to put together a Farm Box program for the market. They’re still figuring out the final details as to how to put this all together. But, they’ll have a selection of what you can expect to see in their Farm Boxes at this Saturday’s market. So, you won’t want to miss it!

Tips for Safe Shopping at the Market

Farmers markets all across the state banded together to create safe shopping practices during this global pandemic. They urge everyone to keep socializing to a minimum, especially in a crowd. Talking to the vendors while shopping is fine. But keep moving along once your purchase is made so that others may shop while maintaining as much social distance as possible. Shopping lists help you navigate your way through the market quickly and easily. You might see less sampling available. Instead of picking up and putting down items, ask a vendor to handle them for you. This minimizes possible germ or virus transfer. And consider paying by debit card instead of cash. If you use cash, please use exact change. If possible, pre-order and prepay directly with the vendor ahead of time.

Remaining 2020 Farmers Market Dates at KAWS

Essential Market

  • July 4th
  • August 1st
  • September 5th
  • October 3rd
  • November 7th
  • December 5th

Larger Market

  • July 18th
  • August 15th
  • September 19th
  • October 17th
  • November 21st
  • December 19th