Showcasing the incredible food and farms of the Creston Valley.
Some of the Creston Valley’s most talented artisans and dynamic food producers congregate year round at the award winning Creston Valley Farmers’ Market. A market so popular, they’ve continually outgrown every accommodation until finally finding a forever-home in 2010.
It takes an early start on Saturday mornings to peruse the 130+ unique vendors at this market. Proud to offer a year round selection of fruits, vegetables, meats, eggs, honey, baked goods, preservers (as well as local wines, ciders and spirits), this market also offers a selection of artisanal creations from pottery and painted works, to soaps, textiles, and fresh floral arrangements.
We respectfully acknowledge our market takes place on the unceded traditional territory of the Yaqan Nukiy within the Ktunaxa Nations.
This market participates in the BC Farmers' Market Nutrition Coupon Program.
William Tell Family Estate
William Tell Family Estate is a mixed orchard growing a variety of apples, pears, peaches, plums, and apricots, and three types of Pinot Noir grapes. The sloping hills on the property make it one of the warmest parts of the Creston Valley. Young farmer Dave Mutch and his family sell their fresh fruit directly to local communities, and use some of their apples and pears to produce Mad Trapper Old Fashioned Apple Cider and William Tell, Sparkling Old Fashioned Apple and Pear Cider. Find William Tell Family Estate at the following farmers’ markets: Cranbrook Farmers’ Market, Creston Valley Farmers’ Market, Kimberly Farmers’ MarketWebsite