Volcano Farmers Market

Veggies, Salad, Baked Goods, Meals, crafts, and more

For Volcano Village this is the weekly social event.  This is where people go to exchange news, say "Aloha" to their friends,   meet some new people, buy locally grown fresh vegetables, herbs, fruits, and flowers.  Also available are locally made food  products and the islands best fresh baked goods, such as sweet cheese croissants, almond bear claws, macadamia croissant, angel-wing pesto rolls, fresh baked bread, gourmet food ( for lunch/dinner) by one of our own local culinary experts, and lots more.

Every Sunday  6 am to < 10 a.m. 
Cooper Center, 19-4030 Wright Road, Volcano Village 
 (Get there early!! Everything sells fast).
Fresh local produce, breads, coffee, jams, candy, grass-fed beef, poi, flowers/plants, arts and crafts.

Farmers Market is fun for everyone!

Cooper Center built by the community

Volcano's big social event of the week...

List of Farmers Markets on the Big Island:

The following information is courtesy of the Hawaii Tourism Authority:

There's no better way to experience the amazing cultural diversity of the island of Hawaiʻi than to visit one of the many farmers markets that take place all around the island. You can't beat the prices or the selection. You’ll find fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables used in Hawaiʻi Regional Cuisine, exotic varieties that are as intriguing as they are tasty (dragon fruit, anyone?), plus an eclectic Hawai'i Island collection of prepared foods such as Portuguese malasadas (doughnuts), Korean kimchi (spicy pickled cabbage), Filipino lumpia (fritters) and of course, poi.

If that sounds tempting, wait till you see the local-style plate lunches with heaping portions of delicious entrees like teriyaki steak and chicken katsu (Japanese-style fried chicken) served with rice and salad.

Our local farmers markets are also a great place to pick up handmade artwork, unique gifts and packaged foods and strike up a conversation with the person who made them. And the flowers? Get some for your room! Our advice: go early and take your time. Continue scrolling for times and locations.


Hāmākua Harvest
9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
44-2600 Hawaiʻi Belt Road (intersection of Mamane St. and Māmalahoa Highway #19)
Locally-grown produce, value-added products, and tasty food.
WEBSITE http://hamakuaharvest.org/the-farmers-market-at-hamakua-harvest/ 


Hilo Farmers Market
Wednesdays and Saturdays
6 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Corner of Kamehameha Avenue and Mamo Street (Downtown Hilo)
More than 200 vendors offer local produce, flowers, plants, crafts, baked goods, and food. Select
vendors (about 30) are there on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday (7a - 4p).
WEBSITE http://hilofarmersmarket.com/


Volcano Farmers Market
6 - 10 a.m.
Cooper Center, 19-4030 Wright Road, Volcano Village
Fresh local produce, breads, coffee, jams, candy, grass-fed beef, poi, flowers/plants, arts and crafts.

Makuʻu Market
8 a.m. - 2 p.m.
15-2131 Kea‘au-Pāhoa Hwy
Hawaiian crafts, plants, produce, jewelry, shells, food, and more from 150 vendors.


Nāʻālehu Farmers Market
Wednesdays and Saturdays
8 a.m. - Noon
Shaka Restaurant grounds, 95-5673 Māmalahoa Highway
Locally-made crafts, gifts, art and clothing. Local beef, lamb, and eggs. Veggies and fruits. Shave
*Hawaiʻi Made must be grown, crafted, or created in Hawaiʻi.


Keauhou Farmers Market
8:00 a.m. - Noon
Keauhou Shopping Center
Locally grown Hawaiʻi Island products only, no crafts. Island grown produce and plants, 100% Kona
Coffee, mac nuts, honey, eggs, organic greens, fruits, veggies, baked good and more.

Kailua Village Farmers Market (also known as Kona Farmers Market)
Wednesdays through Sundays
7 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Across from Hale Hālāwai, corner of Aliʻi Drive and Hualālai Road, Kailua-Kona
Flowers and lei, mostly local produce, mac nuts, honey, coffee, Hawaiian crafts, soaps, etc.

Hoʻoulu Community Farmers Market and Artisans Fair
9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Outrigger Kona Resort & Spa
Local produce, fruits, and estate coffees. Local artists and original hand-crafted products from the
island of Hawaiʻi.

South Kona Fruit Stand
Mon, Wed, Fri from 9am - 5pm,
Sat, Sun from 10am - 4pm,
Closed Tuesdays.
84-4770 Māmalahoa Highway, between Mile Marker (MM) 103 - 104, Hōnaunau
Tropical fruits, smoothies, juices, based goods, coffee, panini sandwiches.


North Kohala (Hāwī)

Hāwī Farmers Market
8 a.m. - 12:30 p.m..
Kohala Village HUB Entrance, 55-514 Hāwī Rd

South Kohala (Waimea)

Waimea Town Market
7:30 a.m. - Noon
Parker School (behind FORC restaurant)
Fresh baked breads, produce, fresh-made sausage, flowers and crafts.
WEBSITE https://waimeatownmarket.com/

Waimea Midweek Farmers Market
9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
67-139 Puʻukalani (Pukalani) Road
A wonderful selection of local farm produce as well as local artisans and prepared foods. Free onsite Paniolo Museum, home of the Hawaiian cowboy. 
WEBSITE http://waimeamidweekfarmersmarket.com/

Kamuela Farmers Market

7:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
67-1319 Puʻukalani (Pukalani) Road
Fresh, locally-grown produce, plants, flowers, prepared foods, coffee, dried fruit, live entertainment.
Paniolo Heritage Museum and Kuaaina Saddle Shop are open and offer free admission on

Waimea Nui Farmers Market (aka Kūhiō Hale Farmers Market in Waimea)
8 a.m. - Noon
Kūhiō Hale (64-756 Māmalahoa Hwy)
Locally-grown vegetables, fruit, plants, prepared food, pickled items, arts and crafts and more.

* Days/times may change without notice.