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8:00 am - noon


Become a vendor HERE.

Featuring local farmers, growers, ranchers and artisans. 

* vendor schedule varies each week




The Clearfork Farmers Market began

in April 2016 and now proudly features

over 25+ local farmer, rancher and artisan

vendors every Saturday, year-round.


The Clearfork Farmers Market is

committed to providing fresh, high-quality

and locally grown products to

the Fort Worth community in a unique

and fun setting at The Trailhead

in the Clearfork development.

Market hours

8:00 am - noon

Winter hours

9:00 am - noon

inclement weather

The market will not open if temperatures are lower

than 40º degrees.

In severe weather cases,  such as rain or high winds,

 the market may cancel or close early.

Please always check out social media

for the latest updates. 



Are you a Clearfork business or organization?

Are you interested in sponsoring a Saturday at the market and gaining

exposure and reaching new clients?

Contact us for sponsorship and collaborative opportunities.

vendor interest

The market is currently at capacity and we have a waiting list for interested vendors in food related fields. Please fill out the form below and a

representative will contact you.



Ideally located in Clearfork on the riverfront of the Trinity Trails,

The Clearfork Farmers Market is held weekly

on Saturdays at The Trailhead.

 The location neighbors Press Cafe and Mellow Johnny's Bike Shop

and is adjacent to The Shops at Clearfork and The Kelton.






Press about our market and vendors.

How to Find the Best North Texas Farmers Market For You

Dallas Morning News

The Hippest Farmers Market in (surprise!) Fort Worth

Dallas Morning News

11 North Texas Culinary Artisans We're Thankful For

D Magazine

Fried Pie, Oh My!

Texas Highways Magazine

Local Love for Local Made

Fort Worth CVB

Gifts That Every Foodie Will love

Savor Culinary Services

Flower Mound Farm Produces Cheeses that Please

Cross Timbers Gazette

It's TIme to Stock Up on These Locally Made Tamales

Dallas Morning News

Scenes From a Farmers Market

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