Baltimore County Farmers Market Set To Open For 14th Season


Credit: Baltimore County Farmers Market

BALTIMORE COUNTY - The Maryland Department of Agriculture has confirmed that the 14th annual Baltimore County Farmers Market at the Maryland State Fairgrounds, recognized as an essential business, will open for the 2023 season.

Kicking off on Wednesday, June 7, the market will supply quality local produce, starting with strawberries, asparagus, spinach, lettuce, and spring onions, among other offerings. In addition to produce, patrons can look forward to wine, cheese, pork, eggs, baked goods, ice cream, and flowers.

The market will be held every Wednesday from June 7 through October 25, 2023, with special hours observed during the MD State Fair. The market is scheduled to run from 10 AM to 1 PM at the Maryland State Fairgrounds Main Gate located at 2200 York Road, Timonium, MD 21093, offering free parking next to the digital sign.

Bill Langlotz, Baltimore County Farmers Market Manager, highlighted that their market primarily features goods from Baltimore County farmers and producers, emphasizing the freshness and quality of their products.

"Our market is unique in that it is run mainly by Baltimore County farmers and producers with fresh, high-quality produce and more," Langlotz said. "We thank our customers for supporting local farmers and producers and ask their help by coming in good health and washing purchases before eating."

The lineup of local producers includes long-standing favorites such as Crooked Creek Farm, Daily Crisis Farm, Harford Vineyard & Winery, and Hills Forest Fruit Farm. New entrants for this year include Kora Lee's Café, which will offer gourmet baked goods, with more newcomers expected to join.

The Baltimore County Farmers Market also accepts various nutrition assistance programs, including the Farmers Market Nutrition Program (FMNP), WIC Fruit & Vegetable, and the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). For more information, interested parties can contact 410-207-2165 or visit

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