Locations and Amenities
At the Depot (May to October)
From May to October, the Lexington Farmers Market is housed in a historic train depot at 129 S. Railroad Street in Lexington, NC. It is fully covered, with bay doors down the length of both sides. The doors are typically open, providing an airy, outdoor feeling, but will occasionally be closed if it's very windy. We also have several industrial fans to keep the air moving on hot days.
The depot has two bathrooms on site, as well as a small cafe seating area. We often have live music and special events throughout the year.
The exact size of your booth space depends on which space you rent. For example, edge spaces are 12' feet wide and 9' deep, with 12' feet of exposure for customers. Corner spaces are 9' wide by 9' feet deep, with two sides of exposure, for a total of 18' feet facing customers.
You are responsible for providing tables, chairs, certified scales, etc. You may rent tables for $5 per day and certified scales for $10 per day.
Electricity is available if needed at no extra charge. When making your reservations, please let the Market Manager know if you need power.
Availability and assigned locations for daily booth rentals are at the sole discretion of the Market Manager.
***If you want a season pass, we strongly recommended that you attend the Spring Membership Meeting in March. Season Passes often sell out at this meeting. However, weekly rentals remain available throughout the season.***
Winter Market (November to April)
The Winter Market is hosted by Bull City Ciderworks at 599 S. Railroad Street in Lexinton, NC in unheated warehouse space.
Spaces are approximately 10-12 feet wide and 6-8 feet deep. You must bring your own tables, displays, chairs, coolers, etc. -- no tables are available for rentals. Power outlets are available, but limited, so let the market manager know if you need power. Please bring your own extension cords.
While we will be protected from wind and rain, the large roll-up bay doors will be open and we are depending on space heaters, which you may bring, for heat. Dress warmly as needed.
Tables may be folded up and left against a wall at your own risk of damage or theft, but cannot be left up between markets, as this space is used by Bull City when we aren't using it.
Pop-Up Markets (Year-Round)
Members can participate in a variety of pop-up markets including Tuesdays morning and Thursday evenings at Thomasville Farmers Market, Wednesday mornings behind Conrad and Hinkle in Uptown Lexington, and Sunday afternoons at Weathervane Winery during the summer peak season.
In most cases, you will be responsible for bringing everything with you, including a tent if you want shade. Most pop-ups are in parking lots or other open area locations.