Picton Town Hall Farmers' Market


Experience/Attraction, Family Friendly, Farm, Pet Friendly

Meet our local growers and makers, do your grocery shopping, grab a snack, some lunch, browse the selection of locally made goods and swing over to Main Street to support our Main Street businesses too.

The best spots for parking are along Market Lane or free at the King Street and Elizabeth Street lots.

See you there!

What’s nearby

  • Picton Branch Library

    Established in 1846, the Picton Branch Library evolved from a Mechanic's Institute into a Carnegie Library, serving as a vital community resource.

  • Eleven Centre Guest Suites

    Two spacious one-bedroom apartments with modern amenities, attached to our 1880s home. Ideal for quiet, independent guests, close to local attractions.

  • Picnic PEC

    Picnic PEC, led by chef Rebecca Hunt, offers flavorful creations and catering services in Prince Edward County, focusing on intimate events with fresh, dietary-friendly menu options.

  • Bocado

    Bocado at 252 Main Street, Picton, is open, offering seasonal Spanish-inspired food, cocktails, and regional wines in a warm, energetic space.

  • City Revival

    City Revival offers quality second-hand clothing and accessories for women, men, and children from countless designers and brands, catering to all budgets.

  • The Regent Theatre

    The Regent Theatre in Picton, Ontario, hosts live theatre, music, movies, and fine arts programs since 1922, reflecting Prince Edward County's community.

  • Department of Illumination

    Founded in 2013, the Department of Illumination organizes festivals and workshops to bring joy and creativity to the community in Prince Edward County, Ontario.

  • Arts on Main Gallery

    Arts on Main Gallery in downtown Picton showcases original works from 24 local artists in various mediums, fostering a tight-knit artistic community.

  • Savon Du Bois

    Savon Du Bois, established 20 years ago, creates hand-made body products with locally-sourced ingredients. We also offer organic teas and ethically-sourced coffee for a holistic lifestyle.

  • Benson Park

    Central Picton's Benson Park offers playground, tennis court, green space, picnic benches, and public washrooms, making it a versatile recreational spot.

  • The Royal Hotel

    The Royal Hotel in downtown Picton offers 33 guest rooms, spa services, farm-to-table dining, cafe, bakery, bar, boardroom, boutique, and heated pool.

  • The Benson Loft

    Charming 2-bedroom Carriage House near Market Square in Picton. Private deck, modern amenities, and enhanced cleaning protocol. Walk to cafes, shops, and galleries.