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Solana Beach, CA 92075

Phone: 858-792-BOCA (2622)

Open Daily from 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM

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Oceanside, CA 92054

Phone: 760-433-8920 

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North San Diego Certified Farmers Market, San Pasqual Valley (RB/Escondido)



Welcome to the North San Diego Certified Farmers Market

12655 Sunset Drive, Escondido, CA 92025 (map)

 

The North San Diego Certified Farmers Market

– Committed to the needs of local shoppers, vendors and farmers.
– Serving all of North San Diego and the San Pasqual Valley, including the communities of

Escondido, Rancho Bernardo andPoway.

10:30am-3:30pm every Sunday

  • Stroll through sections featuring Local Artisans, Fresh Food and Neighborhood Merchants.

  • Support your local community and contribute to the local economy.

  • Visit with and buy from merchants, vendors and farmers committed to doing business the “old fashioned” way; person-to-person and face-to-face.

note: The Farmers Market will be Closed only on Easter Sunday, 4th of July, and Christmas Day, and only when they fall on a market day. Open on all other holidays (including New Year’s Day) year-round, Rain-or-Shine.

Farmers Market Visitor Guide:

 

  • The Farmers Market and related events are held at the Sikes Adobe Historic Farmstead on the Farmstead Grounds.
    • Some dusty conditions and/or leaves and twigs on the ground is to be expected.

    • Most surfaces, including the parking area and the mowed field where the Farmers Market is set up, will have areas with dips and bulges.

 

  • This is a Rural/Rustic Farmstead Setting.

    • Please wear closed-toed shoes.

    • For safety reasons and to preserve the adjacent ecology, do not wander into un-mowed and/or un-cleared sections surrounding the market area. Un-mowed and un-cleared grasses and brush may occasionally contain snakes (including rattle-snakes), poison oak and other plants, fleas and ticks, as well as various sensitive, threatened, and endangered species of plants and animals. Please remain within the cleared and defined Farmers Market and Farmstead areas.

 

  • This is a Historic Landmark. All geological and archeological resources are protected. It is important that the geological features of the area remain undisturbed to ensure a healthy ecosystem. Archeological resources are protected. Removal of any artifacts erases cultural history information of the San Dieguito River Park. Artifacts must be studied in their original location or the information is lost. Relics that remain may have religious value, and the removal of these artifacts can be considered the equivalent of stealing from a church. .

  • No collecting or removing of any plant or animal; they are protected. It is important not to disturb the ecosystem. Because of the large amount of people who visit the grounds, picking flowers or breaking off a branch can have long-term negative impacts on the ecosystem. For every snake, lizard or insect that is killed or removed, many rodents or other insects will not be eaten and instead allowed to thrive and multiply unchecked.

Directions from the South:

  • Take I-15 north, to Via Rancho Parkway, toward Felicita Park/San Diego Wild Animal Park.
  • Turn RIGHT onto E. Via Rancho Parkway.
  • Pass the Shell Station and the Chevron Station on the right; turn right at the Traffic light onto Sunset Drive.
  • Follow the entrance driveway to the right, past the Golf Driving Range.
  • Continue ahead across the wooden bridge, and you will have entered the Farmstead grounds.

Directions from the North:

  • Take I-15 south, to Via Rancho Parkway.
  • Turn RIGHT onto E. Via Rancho Parkway.
  • Pass the Shell Station and the Chevron Station on the right; turn right at the Traffic light onto Sunset Drive.
  • Follow the entrance driveway to the right, past the Golf Driving Range.
  • Continue ahead across the wooden bridge, and you will have entered the Farmstead grounds

10:30am-3:30pm every Sunday

North San
Diego Certified Farmers Market, San Pasqual Valley (RB/Escondido)
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