Discover the bounty at Sullivan County's largest year-round farmers' market.



At the Callicoon Farmers’ Market, you will find many farms in addition to food producers and artisans offering wine, hard cider, pasta, condiments, prepared foods, baked goods, ice cream, jam, honey, maple syrup, herbal tea blends, skin care products, pottery, woodwork and much more.


Callicoon is a ‘producer only market’ meaning all vendors either grow or produce their own goods and operate within 75 miles ensuring patrons are only purchasing the freshest, highest quality, locally produced goods. When you shop our farmers’ market, you help support a local economy, keeping money within our towns and communities.


The beauty of any farmers’ market is the direct contact between consumer and vendor. You, as customers, can ask questions, learn about the farmers’ growing practices or find out how your favorite craft is made. The Callicoon Farmers’ Market is happy to reconnect the farmer with the consumer and to give selling opportunities for area craftspeople. We serve to educate the community about eating seasonally and locally while fostering social gathering and community activity.


While in town, enjoy the many shops, restaurants and movie theatre this Delaware River town has to offer. Thinking of taking the drive? It’s worth every minute. The Callicoon Farmers’ Market is not just a place to shop, it’s a destination.

Please be aware that no dogs are allowed at the Callicoon Farmers' Market.


SUNDAYS 11 am to 2 pm

May - November
A. Dorrer Drive
Callicoon Creek Park

November 13 - April 29
8 Creamery Road
Delaware Youth Center

Closed: Feb 11, Mar 25, Apr 1


PO Box 244
Callicoon, NY 12723

board of directors

Laura Johnson, President
Heller Farms

Lisa Woods, Vice President
Beach Lake Bakery

Andrew Hahn, Treasurer
Hilly Acres Farm

Amanda Steng, Secretary
Woodside Blue Preserves

Jim Fawley
Windy Pond Farm

Wanda Gangel
Art by Polygon

Kalan Joslin
Lucky Dog Farm

Scott Goodman, ex-officio, Past President
Butchie’s Organic Farm







Vegetables • Herbs • Fruit

Heller's Farm:  Fresh sauerkraut with probiotics. Honeycrisp applesauce with no sugar. Fresh spinach.  Portabello mushrooms.    Taters.   Sweet taters.   Beets.  Carrot. Parsnips.   Onions.  Shallots.  Garlic.  Strawberry 🍓 jam.   Salsa.   Pickled beets.   Bread and butter pickles.   Dilly beans.  Jalapeño jam.  Etc. etc.  
Lucky Dog Organic Farm: Beets, burdock root, carrots, collards, garlic, kale, leeks, onions, potato.  
Maynard Farms: Maynard Farms has lots of delicious apples and pears to help cure your winter blues!  From sweet to tart, we have you covered!  Fuji, Golden Delicious, Ruby Rose, Cameo, Evercrisp, Stayman Winesap, Braeburn, Ida Red, Pink Lady, Gold Rush and more!!  Planning for St. Patrick’s Day?  How about an Irish Apple Cake for dessert?  Use Gold Rush to add tanginess to your sweet cake.  Or Irish Apple Crisp.  Mix Irish Oats into your crumb topping for a hearty, satisfying dessert.  Bosc Pears are a delicious reminder of warmer days....crunchy and sweet - just wonderful.  As always, our fresh pressed apple cider is a welcomed treat.  So versatile, it can be enjoyed in any weather - serve the cider cold on our Spring like days or hot to warm you on our Winter days!! Featured this week - PINK LADY APPLE CIDER! Delightfully crisp and citrusy, with a distinctly Pink Lady sweetness.  Light bodied, but full flavored.  A must try!!!   We all know it’s not St. Patrick’s Day without potatoes!  Try Irish White, Yukon Gold and Carola Gold to complete your St. Patty’s Day meal! 
Sprouting Dreams Farm: Sprouts shoots, and wheat grass.

Beef • Pork • Chicken • Lamb • Veal • Fish

Heller's Farm: Trout (fresh and smoked)
Chaljeri Meats and Paleo-Pack: Farm Fresh Organically Fed Eggs. Grass Fed Beef: Steaks, Roasts, Filet Mignon, ground beef we have it all! Call or email your order ahead of time and we will bring it you at the market. Non-gmo pastured pork: Chorizo, Andoiulli sausages, Breakfast sausage, Bratwurst, Bacon, Baby Back Ribs, Pork Chops, Shoulder Roasts, etc. Lamb: chops, roasts, breasts, shanks, steaks etc.
Hilly Acres: We have a complete line of Pork, Beef, Lamb, Chicken,Turkey, as well as fresh brown eggs. All grown on our family farm in Jeffersonville.
Tonjes Farm Dairy: Milk fed veal.


Available at Channery Hill Farm, Butchie's Organic Farm (Organic) and Hilly Acres.

Cheese • Milk • Yogurt

Sherman Hill Farmstead: Goat milk cheeses: manchego, feta, caerphilly, camembert, chevre, basket cheese. Cow milk cheese: 'Heathen Hill', an aged cheese in new shapes, but with the same great taste.
Tonjes Farm Dairy: Cows' milk, buttermilk, kefir, yogurt, Greek yogurt, farmers cheese, fromage blanc, mozzarella, ricotta, aged raw milk cheeses.

Bread • Baked Goods • Jam

Aunt Nenee's: Cookies and deserts. Aunt Nenee's will be back this Sunday with many of her treats as well as Irish Soda Bread.
Eminence Road Farm Winery: Raspberry jam, Wine jams. We’ll be back at market in the spring. For purchases over the winter, please contact us directly at wine(at)eminenceroad.com. We’ll be happy to meet you at the market or arrange a pick ups or delivery.
Beach Lake Bakery: Closed for the winter season.  See you in Callicoon on April 8th! 
Woodside Blue Preserves: Jams and jellies. Will feature Holiday Jam and Strawberry Basil Jam this week. Last market after December.

Wine • Hard Cider • Liquor

Eminence Road Farm Winery: Wine that is naturally fermented and bottled by hand unfined and unfiltered. We’ll be back at market in the spring. For purchases over the winter, please contact us directly at wine(at)eminenceroad.com. We’ll be happy to meet you at the market or arrange a pick ups or delivery.
Aaron Burr Cider: We will be at the market this Sunday selling our 1500 ml magnum of Sullivan County wild foraged cider for $42 - a great drink for the holidays.  We will also be selling our Homestead Apple ciders, Elderberry Apple, Appinette and Scrumpy in the Gunks.
Awestruck Ciders: Adventurous hard cider.

Pasta • Prepared Foods

Pika's Farm Table: We are taking a Winter break. We will be at the market February 18, March 18 and April 22. Stay warm!
Soria's Kitchen: Brazilian Style Baked Black Bean Empanadas , Caprese Empanadas, & Spicy Cilantro sauce, Caprese Empanadas. Fresh Mozzarella, Tomato's & Basil, Southwest Style Tamales with Aji sauce, Watermelon Gazpacho with fresh Cilantro Lime Salsa.
SconeHead Unique Foods: Vegetable soup and hummus.

Condiments • Dressing • Marinades

Channery Hill Farm: Pesto di fagioli, frijoles mole, garlic scape vinaigrette, red grain and horseradish mustard, seared scape vinaigrette, strawberry balsamic vinaigrette, roasted garlic vinaigrette, garlic scape relish, elderflower syrup, pumpkin chipotle bbq sauce, peach chipotle bbq sauce, tomato ketchup.
Soraia's Kitchen Coop: Roasted red pepper sauce, cilantro hot sauce, carrot ginger dressing, tzatziki sauce.

Herbal Tea • Coffee

Heirloom Botanicals: Dried herbal tea blends. Last market Dec 31st.


Pure Mountain Honey: Comb honey, propolis, raw spring honeys - raspberry and wildflower, summer honey - basswood, fall honey - goldenrod, knotweed. Ask about 40 pound pails of bulk honey.

Cut Flowers • Potted Plants • Wreaths

ARK Floral: Locally-grown flowers, flower and herb starts. We have tulips for this week! Assorted colors.
Heirloom Botanicals: Dried herbal and floral wreaths, smudge sticks, vegetable, flower and herb starts.
Willow Wisp Organic Farm: Locally-grown flowers.

Skin Care • Soap

Heirloom Botanicals: Handmade herbal skin care products; herbal extracts. Aromatherapy bath bombs are in season at Heirloom Botanicals now through the month of December. 
Mariella's Soap: A variety of Handcrafted Artisan Soaps. Pair my Natural Soap with a lovely HandCrafted 100% Cotton WashCloth. Many colors to choose from and they are Pre-Washed. Stop by the Indoor Callicoon Farmers' Market on Sunday for my Unique Soap made with Fresh, Natural & Organic Ingredients including a variety of Milks. I also make Natural Fizzy Bath Bombs and Luxurious Whipped Body Butter.
Windy Pond Farm: Assorted soaps.


Art By Polygon: Handmade jewelry and ceramic bowls.




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