About The Market

Market Operation Update

We are pleased to announce that our non-food vendors have now joined our food vendors back at the market. As current COVID-19 restrictions require that we allow for physical distancing and other required safety measures, we will be operating at a temporary location. Our vendors, staff and volunteers will abide by all recommendations outlined by the BCCDC to keep our shoppers comfortable and safe. Please read shopping guide by clicking here before attending market.

Open Hours: 8:30 am – 1 pm
Temporary Location: Revelstoke Community & Aquatic Centre Parking Lot, 600 Campbell Ave.

Visit our LOCAL LINE STORE to order from some of your favourite vendors.

The Revelstoke Farm & Craft Market was established in 1985 to create a community marketplace where people could connect with friends, family and neighbours and celebrate the uniqueness of the community and region. Grizzly Plaza was chosen as the location because of it’s central location and connection to both the community and local businesses.

It is a venue where you can have the opportunity to talk directly to farmers and learn about fresh, local, in season foods. We are a “grassroots” market, where all the products that you see are 100% made, baked or grown by our vendors. The fresh produce sold at the Revelstoke Farm & Craft Market is locally grown and gives shoppers the reassurance that they are eating fresh, locally sourced food. You will also meet the craftspeople and artisans that create the products that they sell. Also choose from an assortment of fresh baking, meat, eggs and honey directly from the producers.

Buying food at your local Farmer’s Market is a healthier choice for you and your family because it is fresher and naturally ripened. Also, local food contributes to a healthier environment by reducing greenhouse gases from packaging and transportation.

By shopping at The Revelstoke Farm & Craft Market, you are directly supporting local growers, artisans and bakers. You are supporting the health of you and your family, the environment, and the local economy and at the same time you are helping to sustain the availability of local food for future generations.

A Member of:

BC Association of Farmers’ Markets