The Johnson County Farmers Market is a true "Year-Round" Market with the Summer Season running from the beginning of May through the end of October outdoors at Ralph Stout Park in Mountain City. Then the Winter Season moves indoors to the Johnson County Welcome Center and goes from the beginning of November through the end of April.
For your convenience during the Summer Season, we accept Visa, Master Card, Debit, and EBT (Food Stamps). We also have a GoJoCo Kids Tent where children can earn tokens to spend at the market.
We are always excepting new vendor applications throughout the year. Applications and other info can be found on our "become a vendor" tab.
The JCFM prides itself on being a fun and family friendly environment for all to enjoy. We have live music each week and are dog friendly. (Well behaved, leashed dogs are always welcome.)
The purpose of the JCFM is to strengthen a Sustainable Local Agricultural & Food Economy. We accomplish this by providing education, engaging in community and economic development, and promoting the availability and benefits of local agriculture and serving and preparing local foods.
The JCFM is a nonprofit and relies on community donations and grants to operate.
All JCFM Vendors must follow our guidelines of offering either "Homemade or Homegrown" items. We feel that this keeps a certain integrity level for our market and helps set the expectations of our shoppers and supporters.
Sweet Spring Farm is a 75 acre farm located along the TN/NC line. We have been raising heirloom varieties of fruits, vegetables and herbs and plants using organic methods since 1980. Most of our transplants, produce and herbs are started each year from home saved seed. We raise chickens and turkeys without the use of antibiotics and on pasture for meat and eggs. We also offer shares in our Angus steers, which are bred, born and raised without steroids or antibiotics on pesticide free pasture. We sell our products at the Johnson County Farmers Market or by appointment at the farm. See us on Facebook! Sweetspringfarmtn@gmail.com
or give us a call at (423) 727-9183
Formerly known as “The Country Girl”, Laureltenn Peak Farm is a local farm who offer an assortment of handmade baked goods including artisanal breads, tarts, cookies, and other goodies as well as lemon curd, fruit spreads and jams, local picked berries, plants, handmade jewelry, hand painted flower pots, and other crafts.
Bethany Anderson started her tenure as Manager of the Johnson County Farmers Market in October of 2018. Before that she held various positions including owner of her own marketing and event planning business, office manager, and writer.
She is mother to two great kids and one beautiful step daughter, “Nanny” to the world’s cutest grandson, and “Mom” to a pack of four crazy dogs. She enjoys sci-fi, superheroes, video games, terrible horror movies, cheesy romantic comedies, comfy jammies, camping, dogs, quiet time at home with her hubby, all things Christmas, and chocolate.
So, next time you’re at the market be sure to stop by and say “Hello”!
Be the first to hear about what is in season, our weekly vendor list, and special events.
Do you have questions or comments? Send us a message, and we will get back to you soon!
Ralph Stout Park, 425 N Shady St, Mountain City, Tennessee 37683, United States
Saturday: 9am - 12pm
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