Farmers Market at Scissortail Park

Saturday Market | April – October
Wednesday Mid-Week Market | May – September

Farmers Market at Scissortail Park
Saturdays | 9am – 1pm | April – October

(Closed on Saturday, April 27, 2024)

Corner of Oklahoma City Boulevard and S. Robinson Avenue

Sponsored by
Bank of Oklahoma
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma
Kroger Delivery
Renewal by Andersen

Wednesday Mid-Week Farmers Market
Biweekly May 15 – September 18 | 6-9pm

Hill Pavilion, Lower Park

Funding for the Farmers Market at Scissortail Park was made possible by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Agricultural Marketing Service through grant AM22FMPPOK1095-00. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the USDA.

Our Farmers Market is unique in the area as it is a Producer Only market which is a direct-to-consumer marketplace that is exclusively available for producers that raise, grow or make their own products. All items for sale at our market must be homegrown, handmade and/or vendor-created from locally-owned operations within the state of Oklahoma. 

Free parking during market weekends is available around the perimeter of the Park and in the special event parking lot on the northwest corner of Oklahoma City Boulevard and Thunder Drive across from Paycom Center. (Parking in the lot is free on Saturdays from 7am – 2pm*.)

The popular, drive-up loading zone on Oklahoma City Boulevard called the Veggie Valet will continue this season. Guests are invited to hold their packages at the Veggie Valet as they shop, and then pull their cars up for curbside package pickup.

The Farmers Market Information Tent is available for shoppers to visit with Park staff, purchase Scissortail Park merchandise, and find information on the nutrition assistance programs the market offers including Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Assistance Program (SFMNP), and Double Up Oklahoma (DUO).


Dear Farmers Market and Scissortail Park Guests,

Thank you for attending our Farmers Market and events at the Park! We do our best to let you know what events are occurring and where to find the best free parking during these days/times.

The spaces around the Park on OKC Boulevard and S. Hudson are free on the weekends. This parking is controlled and managed by the City of Oklahoma City.

Other free parking options:
Handicap accessible spaces reserved on OKC Boulevard.
(The spaces along S. Robinson are reserved and paid for by Scissortail Park Foundation for Farmers Market vendors and food trucks.)

Additional free street parking is available in downtown OKC after 6pm during the week and all weekend.

Parking can often be found along the OKC Streetcar route. The stop at Scissortail Park is located directly across from the Farmers Market.

Visit to find routes and rates.

Normally the lots for Farmers Market are available on Saturdays from 7am-2pm directly north of the Park. Banners are placed at the lot entrances to let guests know when they are available to park for free.

However, on Saturdays when there are events at Paycom Center, we will NOT have access to these lots – Saturday, April 13. Please take advantage of the other free parking options on these few multi-event downtown dates.

At this time, these are the Saturdays we know we will NOT have access to provide free parking in the lots just north of the Park:
Saturday, April 13
Saturday, May 4
Saturday, May 18
Saturday, July 13
Saturday, July 27
Saturday, August 17
Saturday, October 12
Saturday, October 26
(Dates subject to change.)

If home NBA playoff games fall on Saturdays, they will also be included on this list.

Free services for Farmers Market shoppers:
During Farmers Market season, our FREE Veggie Valet service is open along OKC Boulevard. If you don’t want to carry your purchases to your car, you can check your packages with the Veggie Valet tent and pull your car up for curbside loading.

Downtown paid parking:
Visit for other paid parking lots and garages in downtown. These are owned by the city and independent groups.

We apologize for any inconvenience & appreciate your support of Scissortail Park and the Farmers Market at Scissortail Park.


A+H Urban Farm
Black Sheep Farms
Crow Farms
Herb’s Herb
Mauch Family Farm
Thunderbird Family Farms (not starting until May)

Benjamin Lee Bison
Big Grass Beef
Grand Cattle Company**
Spring Fed Family Farms
WH Yardbirds

Mauch Family Farm
Granny Had One

Prairie Thyme Farm

Knight Pecan Farms

Central OK Honey**
Cody’s Honey**
Scissortail Honey**

Mama’s Mushrooms**
Walker Brothers Mushrooms

Aunt Esther’s Cookie Company
Bavarian Pretzel
Granny Had One
K’s Bakery
Lavendar & Sage Kitchen**
Little Mouse Bakes
Midnite Owl Kitchen**
On the Rise**
Rose Bakery

Acuna Matata
Angry Scotsman Brewing**
Anthem Brewing**
Henosis Drink Co.
Lively Brewing
OK Juice Jam
Roam Coffee Co.
Skydance Brewing Co.**
The Big Friendly**
Wildhorse Canyon Farm Winery

Asante Coffee
Bridgewater Jams**
Chef Jonny Cordon
Crawford Family Foods**
David’s BBQ
Freeze OKC
Hank’s Salsa
Kettle Popstars**
Motley Gourmet**
Pivot Preserves**
Rescue Dog Hot Sauce
Sacred Chef & Company
Sweet Spirit Foods
The Bakers Companion**
The Spice Girl Kitchen
Uptown Jerky
Vatsana’s Hot Sauce
Wondervan Pops

Blue House Urban Farm**
Crow Farms
Dark Side Cactus
Grow Untamed**
Midwest Propagation Nursery**
Plant Wisdom

Glassy Girls
Goodies Unlimited
H&M Pottery
Moonglow Maven
Redbud Pigment Co.**
Sage & Elm Apothecary
Stay Sharp OK**

Master Gardeners**
OKC Beautiful
Oklahoma University Department of Dermatology**
Sunset Veterinary Clinic**
Squeeze Every Drop**

**Indicates rotating vendors and producers who do not attend every Saturday. 

Farmers Market at Scissortail Park Documentaries

Introducing a new partnered video project with The House Creates!

These short films will feature our local producers’ stories, growing practices, tips on eating with the season, and discussions around the importance of local food systems and direct-to-consumer selling outlets.

Our first producer highlight features Rod Ardoin from Acadian Family Farm in Fort Cobb, OK. Rod has grown certified organic produce for over 25 years across the US and South America.

We are honored to serve our local farmers, ranchers, and producers as a producer-only market in which all items sold at our market must be homegrown, handmade, and/or vendor-created from locally-owned operations within the state of Oklahoma.

Farmers Market Cooking Series with Shape Your Future

In 2020, the Farmers Market at Scissortail Park partnered with Shape Your Future to produce a cooking demonstration video series featuring local Oklahoma City chefs creating easy, healthy recipes using fresh, local products found at the Farmers Market. 
Check it out at the link below.

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We are committed to creating a top-quality, destination Farmers Market for all of Oklahoma City. Our journey began in late 2019 when we partnered with OSU-OKC to move their established market from the campus venue to the vibrant, downtown location at Scissortail Park. With support from OSU-OKC, we were able to offer Oklahoma City’s newest outdoor market in spring 2020. Our outdoor facility provided ample social distancing and other safety protocols to allow shoppers and market producers a safe shopping experience during the COVID-19 pandemic. that continued through the 2021 market season.

Beginning in April for the 2022 season, OSU-OKC has moved from a naming partner to supporting the Farmers Market at Scissortail Park through classes and other programming. We are so grateful for their support over the years and for helping us to bring the market to Scissortail Park. 

Our mission is to provide downtown Oklahoma City with fresh, made in Oklahoma produce and goods while supporting local farmers, producers, and artisans.

We are proud to be a part of the incredible network of markets across the state to support shopping locally. To see information about these markets in Oklahoma, visit