St. Philip’s Plaza is located on the southeast corner of River Road and Campbell Avenue. Sprawled throughout one of Tucson’s most scenic plazas, these beautiful markets’ have been serving the local community and visitors alike for over 20 years.
8am - 12 noon (May-Sep) 9am - 2pm (Oct - April)
Oro Valley Market
Since 2004, the Oro Valley Farmers Market has become a meaningful community event in support of local farms, ranches and small food purveyors. Visitors will find local fruits and vegetables as well as ranch-fed beef, pork and farm fresh eggs carrying on the ranch’s agricultural traditions.
8am - 12 noon (Apr - Sep) 9am - 1pm (Oct - Mar)
Rincon Valley Market
Serving the rural eastside of Tucson and Vail communities since 2001, the Rincon Valley Farmers & Artisans Market has offered locally grown food, handmade goods and plenty of family fun to the area.
Authentically Ajo Farmers Market
The Authentically Ajo Farmers Market is focused on providing its community with a wide array of fresh produce grown and sold by local producers. The Market is held in the Ajo Plaza and features seasonal, locally-grown, pesticide-free produce, fruit, beans and grains as well as prepared local and cultural foods.
9am - 12 noon (Oct - Mar)
WIC, SNAP, Double up, Accepted
Bisbee Farmers Market
The Market acts as a spawning ground for new small businesses and a chance for local artists, artisans and musicians to showcase their talents and sell their work. Local businesses provide employment and keep profits in the community.