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Placer County is exceptionally blessed in this department. Rarely a weekend goes by when there is not a signature “Placer County Experience” taking place. All over the county, there are iconic scenic spots, such as the shores of Lake Tahoe, the Foresthill Bridge spanning the American River canyon and breathtaking vistas high atop the Sierra Nevadas that fill up memory books, and Instagram feeds. With four distinct seasons, Placer unabashedly celebrates them with seasonal attractions such as pumpkin patch and Christmas tree farms. With more than 1,200 working family farms within its boundaries, Placer celebrates its agricultural history with farm-and-barn tours, and festivals celebrating our food, such as the Egg Plant Festival in Loomis and the Mountain Mandarin Festival in Auburn. And for those looking to relax and recharge, a splendid array of spas and wellness centers stretch from the shores of North Lake Tahoe, to the valley below.
Rarely a weekend goes by when there is not a signature "Placer County Experience" taking place.
They specialize in locally grown fruits, vegetables, and nuts.
New and used goods dot the entire market and provide “the thrill of discovery” in looking for that unique “bargain” or “just right” item that keeps people coming back.
Eisley’s Nursery entices gardeners by offering quality products.
Farmers Market in Lincoln, CA
Just minutes from Roseville, Auburn and Folsom, the Flower Farm is an easy escape.
Wonderfully fresh and responsibly grown produce.
Gold Country Farmer’s Market is a year round market located in Roseville and Lincoln. Roseville and Lincoln markets are located at the Kaiser hospital.
They invite you to visit them year round at the Saturday Old Town Auburn farmers market located across from the Placer County Courthouse, and at their seasonal farm stand that starts in June. At Hillview Farms they are proud to be YOUR local neighborhood farm!
You will experience a peaceful country visit to their iris farm that includes about 1200 varieties of irises to see in bloom and purchase.
Long Dream Farm, providing ethical dairy products and free range eggs for culinary enthusiasts.
Go for the fruit but definitely take home a pie!
Their fruit is tree-ripened and picked only when its skin has turned a beautiful orange color—for the freshest, sweetest taste possible.
The owner’s own Twin Brooks Farm, as well as other local farms, supplies the market with fresh, local produce year round, including the famous Placer County Mountain Mandarins which are available November though January.
A family-owned and operated orchard selling peaches, plums, persimmons, other tree fruit, vegetables, jam and eggs.Otow Orchard is renowned for preserving the Japanese art of hoshigaki — hoshi means dried and gaki is from kaki, the Japanese word for persimmon.
With more than 100 farms spanning the county your search for the region’s highest quality fresh produce just got a little easier. Look for Placer Grown!