227 Eastern Blvd Sales: (334) 270-6000 Service: (334) 270-6000

Looking to get out of the house this fall? Try a new farmers market!

By Product Expert | Posted in Community, Seasonal on Tuesday, October 1st, 2019 at 6:51 pm
A stock photo of things laid out at a farmers market.

2019 Fall Farmers Markets near Montgomery, AL

Fall is truly a wonderful time of the year in our little corner of the world. Someone should really rarely be at a loss for something to do. If one of the things you like to do is get out and find the best fresh fruits and vegetables our area has to offer, a few Jack Ingram Nissan product experts came up with this list of 2019 Fall Farmers Markets near Montgomery, AL that you might want to check out. Even if you’re not looking for produce, these markets offer so many different things that we’d be surprised if you don’t go home with a great new find after each visit. Let’s take a look at what our team came up with.

READ MORE: Take an early look at the 2020 Nissan Titan

State Farmers Market

1655 Federal Dr.
Montgomery, AL
334-272-8425
Google Score: 4.5/5 Stars

60 W Fairview Ave.
Montgomery, AL
334-263-7759
Google Score: 4.1/5 Stars

Montgomery Curb Market

1004 Madison Ave.
Montgomery, AL
334-263-6445
Google Score: 4.5/5 Stars

Sweet Creek Farm Market

85 Meriwether Road
Pike Road, AL
334-280-3276
Google Score: 4.7/5 Stars

Capital Farmers Market

2256 E South Blvd
Montgomery, AL
334-286-8887
Google Score: 4.1/5 Stars

Pro tips for shopping at a farmers market

Just like any other kind of shopping trip, there are differing ideas of how to make your trip to the farmers market as successful as possible. The product experts at Jack Ingram Nissan know just as much about finding a deal for their personal shopping needs as they do about helping you to find a vehicle that meets your budget.

Look around — Depending on the size of the market and your familiarity with it, it’s a good idea to get the lay of the land before you do any buying. Make note of the vendors that have piqued your interest, but also be sure to keep an eye out for better deals.

Bring cash — While most regular shopping trips can be done without cash, that may not be the case for a stop at a farmers market. Cash is still king at these places and having a mix of small bills and some change will really help you get in and out in a short period of time.

Timing is everything — Are you looking for the freshest items or the best deal? Certainly, these two things can intersect. But, the best product availability will be when the market first opens and there may be some deals or discounts to be had at the end of the day when vendors don’t want to pack things up again.

Would a new Nissan vehicle help make your trip the farmers market even better? Make an appointment with one of our product experts today if there is something, in particular, you’d like to see.

Leave a Reply