Callaway Gardens Market
The 2015 season of the Callaway Gardens Market includes the Friday Summer Market plus special Spring Markets and a Labor Day Weekend Market. Taking place at Robin Lake Beach, the Market features a variety of local and regional vendors selling fruits and vegetables, including those grown right here in Callaway Gardens’ own Mr. Cason’s Vegetable Garden; meats and dairy products; baked goods; soaps, sauces and other specialty items; and flowers and plants.
Callaway Gardens is committed to supporting the development of our local agricultural economy and healthy stewardship of area land. All products are produced within a 150-mile radius of Callaway’s home in Pine Mountain, Georgia. It offers an opportunity for farmers and artisans to sell their goods directly to consumers; assists businesses who sell locally grown food and garden-related products; and provides a unique shopping experience and gathering place for guests at Callaway Gardens.
|PLANT FAIR & SALE||
Friday, March 27-Sunday, March 29
10 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday and Saturday;
10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday, Free admission
in Meadowlark Parking Lot
|Saturdays in April||
10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturdays, Included with general admission
Every Friday, May 22-July 31
5 p.m.-8 p.m., $5 admission begins at 5 p.m.
CLICK HERE for the 2015 Market Vendor Application.
Callaway Gardens’ Summer Market Participants
Callaway Gardens’ Mr. Cason’s Vegetable Garden
Where else can you buy vegetables from our very own Garden? Only at the Callaway Gardens Market!
Adictos a la Salsa
Kellie Mariani from Newnan, Ga., brings her delicious handmade salsas with varieties from fruity, to mild and HOT she has something for everyone.
Pine Mountain native, Tammy Probst beads barefoot sandals and other jewelry by hand.
Castle Rock Honey
Honey! Yum! The Edwards bring that wonderful great taste of fresh raw honey right from Fayetteville, Ga. Don’t miss out on this market favorite.
Local from LaGrange, Chrissi Bryan brings her pepper jelly and pickles made from produce fresh out of her garden.
Dip & Dap Woodf Krafts
Local from Pine Mountain, Bob Horn is an unbelievable woodworker. Looking for that perfect gift? Stop by Dip and Dap and check out Bob’s handcrafted bowls and hand turned woodwork.
Joy’s Life Bread
Joining us from Columbus, Ga., is Joy Cantrell with her freshly milled organic baked goods and breads along with her gourmet salts and essential oils.
Marsha’s Berry Patch
Local from Hamilton, Ga., Martin and Marsha team up to bring us a variety of homemade jams and preserves fresh picked from their own berry plants and fruit trees. Marsha also dazzles us with her custom designed jewelry.
Coming to us from Rupert, Ga., Nancy brings a variety of goat milk products including bar and liquid soaps, lotions, shaving sets and handmade washcloths.
Shiloh Mission Farms
Cole and Kaitlyn join us from their family farm in Shiloh, Ga., with free range eggs, raw goat milk, and handmade soaps. They will also be taking orders for their farm raised beef, pork and chicken products.
Sue B’s Kitchen
Local from Pine Mountain, Ga., Sue shares her homemade granola, breads and muffins.
T&C Cotton Candy
Everyone will love watching the Waldrops make their delicious cotton candy.
*Subject to change