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Farm Yard Fresh

Farm Yard Fresh is a multi-generation, family-owned urban farm in Santaquin. We specialize in growing field greens, microgreens, and root veggies all on 1/2 acre in town. While that may seem small, you’ll find us in over 10 restaurants, at 2 farmers markets, and in our very own farm store. We love being part of a food scene that increases the health, happiness, and interconnectedness of our community.

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Can be Found Here:

  • Downtown Farmers Market – Salt Lake City
  • Spanish Fork Farmers Market

Reviews:

“Farm Yard Fresh has produce that has become a staple in our home. We enjoy their carrots, beets, lettuce and especially their micro greens. It is high quality, delicious food that is good for you. We love visiting their stand and they are amazing to work with. They are always our first choice for produce.” – Traci Alexander, Google Review

“Excellent produce, and fast, friendly service. Love their baby carrots!” – Denise Scott Carman, Facebook Review

“Love their Greens and Carrots! The produce is awesome and so fresh. Best bang for my buck! 100% would recommend, you won’t be disappointed.” – Jessica Sorensen, Google Review

Harward Farms

Harward Farms is a local family-owned farm. We provide fresh, local produce at our 25 farm stands along the Wasatch Front.

Harward Farms sweet corn, watermelon, cantaloupes, tomatoes, peppers and pumpkins are well loved across the state and sold in Utah Farm peak season from July to October.

In addition, Harward Farm offers fun agritourism experiences via our Little Hands Farm Camp (June) and Jaker’s Jack-O-Lanterns (Fall).

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Reviews:

Great help from Makailee at the stand in delta. She knows what she’s doing, and she helps you pick out good watermelon!!! One of the other best things besides the corn!! – Melody Brinkerhoff, Facebook Review

Love Love their fresh veggies and fruit – Erica Mehrtens Weyland, Facebook Review

Wheeler Sunday Market – Salt Lake County Parks

Salt Lake County has operated the Wheeler Sunday Market since 2018. Wheeler Historic Farm opens market vendor applications to the general public and vendors are vetted by the Farmer’s Market Committee made up of a mix of County and Utah State University staff. The Market is a community favorite drawing crowds on Sundays June – October. The last Sunday of the month features a Children’s Market where young entrepreneurs can sell their handmade or homegrown products.

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Can be found here:

  • Wheeler Farm
    • Sundays 9am-2pm
    • June-October

Reviews

Great little farmers market. It’s not nearly as big as the downtown market, which isn’t necessarily bad, as it feels more intimate and easier to get through. There’s a decent selection of vendors and food trucks. We usually will walk around the farm afterwards, my son loves to see the animals after going through the market.

Lisa Hall,

Google Review

What a beautiful place! Love the Sunday Farmers market in the late Summer.You can get breakfast, or brunch and coffee. Not to mention all the amazing fresh farm produce and other eclectic vendors. BUT there is so so much more! From the historic farm, barn and animals, with all the activities associated there, there are beautiful ground with huge trees and ponds, walking and jogging trails. There are vegetable gardens and beautiful carved wooden sculptures from trees. Playgrounds, picnic area, tons of grass, pet friendly. Just a wonderful place to spend some time!

Cindy Hodson,

Google Review

Acres of recreation, wagon rides, historic tractors, huge play structure, animals galore, and the best Farmer’s market this side of the valley. I can’t say enough about how great this facility is. My family and I have been coming here for years. We love this historic farm. The tour of the farmhouse is definitely worth checking out.

Will Bollwerk,

Google Review

Rocky Top Fruit Farm

We specialize in u-pick fruit. Our goal is to provide a healthy alternative to what you can purchase in the store or at roadside stands. You know exactly where your fruit came from. You know exactly when it was picked. You know exactly who has been handling your fruit! We grow sweet cherries, peaches, apples and berries. We are extending the current dead end road to bring our customers right to our new shed. We have future plans for an animal display of chickens, goats, etc. to enjoy.

We have our own beehives and extract our own honey and you can buy it here! These hives NEVER leave our property.  The bees are not in some neighbor’s sprayed yards. We have sheep to the south and cows to the north. The honey is raw and has an excellent flavor. We extract it by spinning and screening and not heating.

Our philosophy is if we feed our animals and our trees with healthy nutrients, they will not get sick. We use as many organic pest control methods as possible. Occasionally we have to spray for something as we monitor pests, but avoid this at all costs when there is fruit ready to pick. Our cherries are definitely grown and cared for organically. We do as much trapping as possible in our peaches and apples. Our berries are never sprayed for pests after they begin setting blossoms.

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Can be found here:

  • Our U-Pick Farm

Reviews

Excellent, giant blackberries! My kids and I loved picking twice this summer!

Katelyn Payne Lowe,

Facebook Review

We came to pick peaches, and we loved it! So fun, easy, and delicious. They take cards, which was a great surprise. Would definitely recommend.

Brinlee Wilkes,

Facebook Review

My mom, sister, and I stumbled upon Phelps Fruit and Berry Farm 2 weeks ago. It is a hidden gem! Signs clearly mark the way to the farm. There’s parking very close to the fruit trees. We picked peaches and they were super delicious! It was easy to pay and we even picked up some jam! I brought my college roommates back yesterday and we were just as pleased! We each got some jam and this time we picked a whole box of peaches! We can hardly wait for them to ripen!

Kristie Hinckley,

Facebook Review

Cross E Ranch

Cross E Ranch is a family owned, 200 acre farm just North-West of Salt Lake City. We specialize in year-round festivals, education and raising pure-bred Black Angus beef. We are 5th and 6th generation Utah farmers carrying on the agriculture legacy which was left to us by our fore-fathers. Our primary mission is to educate our neighbors and friends about where food comes from and how important farming is to each of our lives. We also provide lots of FUN!  We work hard but we also believe in enjoying what we do.  We figure… we educate, nourish, and entertain at our unique ranch.  We are always cattle ranchers/farmers and seasonally we become entertainers!  We have festivals a few times a year: baby animals in the Spring, sunflowers in the Summer, and a corn maze and pumpkins in the Fall!  We sell the amazing beef we raise and we are slowly adding veggies and other farm products.  There is always something cool going on at the Ranch!

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Reviews

Amazing Evening at Cross E Ranch!! Their baby animal festival is sooo fun. We got to see calves, pigs and piglets, horses, all sorts of goats, bunnies and llamas!! My family and I went on an amazing hayride through their acreage to see all their cattle. We were able to see so so many baby calves and even got to witness a brand new baby calf trying to stand, still all slimy wet with umbilical cord hanging. Such a phenomenal experience!! Go check them out, you won’t regret it!!

Chelsea Nelson,

Facebook Review

We spent hours there for the baby animal festival. Totally amazing. All the baby animals were so dang cute. I wanted to take them all home. Had so much fun with the Easter egg hunt. All of the staff was super friendly. Food was yummy it was all around a great time. My kids didn’t want to leave. Can’t wait to go back. And can’t wait for the fall festival!!

Brooke Decker,

Facebook Review

What an amazing experience! This family ran farm gives you such an incredible, personal experience! The owners are truly the most compassionate and kind people you will meet. Our daughters were able to bottle feed calves, milked a goat and got to ride a horse. This is truly an amazing place! It would be the ideal place for events, weddings, portraits, etc. I HIGHLY recommend visiting! Thank you!!!

Mindy Andrade,

Facebook Review

Rockhill Creamery

Rockhill Creamery cheeses are handcrafted by Pete Schropp and Jennifer Hines at our micro-dairy in Northern Utah. Our historic farm with its signature old granary is set in Cache Valley, where dairy farming and cheese making are long-standing traditions. All our raw milk cheeses are made in small batches using traditional cultures. They ripen in our underground aging room for at least 60 days to ensure the proper development and height of flavor. Their natural rinds allow the wheels to develop complex flavors as they age. We are firm believers in using natural, sustainable practices that will leave our little piece of paradise better than we found it. We are committed to the health of our animals and the well-being of our land.

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Can be found here:

  • ROCKHILL CREAMERY
    563 S. State St.
    RICHMOND, UT

Reviews

Everything I have tasted has been delicious. Some of the best cheese in the State of Utah!

Jane Holt,

Facebook Review

Amazing people. Amazing food. I can’t wait to visit the farmers market to visit you all this season.

Amber O’Quinn,

Facebook Review

Great cheese and great people! Now if I could just get my hands on some of that peppercorn!

Thomas Amely,

Facebook Review

Burgess Orchard

Our 17-acre Burgess Family Orchard is owned and operated in Alpine, Utah. All fruit is sold at a roadside stand on the farm that is open from August to December. We grow six varieties of apples including Fuji, Golden Delicious, Jonagold, Gala, and Honeycrisp. You’ll also find Red Haven, Roza, Suncrest, Early Elberta, Zee Lady, Diamond Princess, Summer Lady, Angelus, and O’Henry peaches.

Be sure to take advantage of our new pre-order system and we will send you a confirmation to pick up your order when your favorite varieties become available. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Instagram to keep up-to-date on all the news.

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Reviews

Love the friendly service, and excellent produce! My husband and I go through 2 boxes of peaches a week easily; they are that good!

Maddie Durant,

Facebook Review

We love their peaches. Best I’ve ever had! We buy at least 20lbs each year and jar them (if we don’t eat them all first!)

Hayley Peterson,

Facebook Review

We look forward to the amazing peaches every year!

Cami Moody,

Facebook Review

Black Island Farm

Black Island Farms has been a family business for over 50 years; and we are proud of out heritage in Davis County. Bring your family to the farm to enjoy farm-fresh goodies from our market and our delicious corny  cafe concession booth. Get lost in our 16 acres corn maze, take a scenic ride out ot one of our pumpkin patches and pick out your very own pumpkin. If you dare, enter nightmare acres, our haunted corn maze now featuring zombit apocalypse laser tag.

Black Island Farms is a great place to visit with a group of any kind and size. Birthday parties, scout troops, sports teams, church groups, and many more visit us each year. We do our best to make your visit to the farm an enjoyable one. Teachers: book your field trip now because fun and learning go together when your students visit Black Island Farms

Seasonal: Mid-September through October 31

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Reviews

We love Black Island Farms! We have been coming here for years. I have seen others complain about the prices, but you get what you pay for. They are really quite cheap compared to other mazes. There is so much fun to be had, so much to do. They have 3 different mazes, a hay ride to the pumpkin patch where you get to pick your own pumpkin (included in price) as well as slides and swings, turkey and pig races. I highly recommend bringing your family out here!!!!

Mistie Prill,

Facebook Review

The best part about it is that it’s open Sundays (literally the only patch that is!). But even with it being the only one that’s open, it wasn’t overcrowded at 2PM (in fact, the tractor ride and two smaller slides didn’t even have lines). There’s parking on both the West and East sides of the street, but the maze and everything are on the West side. When you first walk into the gates, there are ticketing booths to the South and the Hayride line to the West. Buy your tickets first before going to the Hayride. Once past the ticketing booths, there is a small “farmer’s market” with several types of squash. Then comes The Courtyard, a big open field surrounded by pens of animals (calves, turkeys, pigs, goats, chickens/roosters, geese), a Turkey Race track, Piglet Race track, tire swings, three sizes of slides (slick plastic sheets overlaying haystacks or the largest is a big tube 2.5 stories up), a barrel tractor ride (adults under 250lbs can ride, too!), a corn kernel “sandbox,” and one little food truck. There’s live music by the food truck, which was kind of unfortunate placement in that ordering was made more difficult by the loud music. The food is a bit overpriced and my chicken tenders were still cold in the middle, but it was palatable. The Corn Maze is fun, though by this last weekend there were well-worn “shortcuts” from people just walking between the stalks, so it wasn’t as challenging. Overall, we had fun and my toddler nephews loved it, so we have made note to go back again next year! Maybe we’ll try to the Hayride because it looked fun (and it’s not a bad deal since it comes with a pumpkin that you pick out on the ride).

Katie Lorenz,

Facebook Review

I was surprised at how much fun this place was to spend our Halloween. There was hardly anyone here. We played endlessly on the slides, loved the little train (we went twice), and had so much fun we didn’t even get time to go in the corn Maze. The hamburgers were DELICIOUS which I wasn’t expecting. We hung around the bonfire after dark and were very happy we spent our day at BIF.

Kim Darger,

Facebook Review

Benson Grist Mill Historic Site

The Benson Grist Mill is an historic site lets you learn about pioneer times by trying your hand at candle making and blacksmithing. The family-friendly attraction also has an on-site country store and hosts Harvest Days, a Saturday Farmer’s market occurring July through October.

Local farmers and other vendors are welcome to participate in Harvest days, and there is no vendor fee. Friends and neighbors in the community can find fresh produce direct from the local growers. The selection of fruits and vegetables changes depending upon the harvest.

We also host garden shows in the summer. Come see our plants, or stop by our country store on any day that we’re open.

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Reviews

Super great place right here in our own back yard! Fun for the whole family.

Sandy Critchlow,

Facebook Review

Simply Bliss BBQ… Best smoked Brisket and Pork Around.
All beef Hot Dogs for a buck
—Mind Blown—

Doug Webb,

Facebook Review

This place was amazing to me I loved it. Brought back memories

Catherine Hamberlin,

Facebook Review

McBride’s Briar Patch

We are a family-owned and family-friendly U-Pick Raspberry patch in Mapleton, Utah. Although raspberries are our main crop, we do grow strawberries, blackberries, apples, and peaches. We have a sandbox for children to play in and a nice picnic area.

Come enjoy a day picking berries with your family. Groups are welcome—just call ahead. Looking for a fun date idea? Bring a picnic lunch, pick some berries, and pick some flowers as you leave. Perfect.

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Can be found here:

  • MCBRIDE’S BRIAR PATCH
    1849 S. 2100 W.
    MAPLETON, UT

Reviews

Love this cute little farm. We go every year and are always impressed with how friendly they are. My kids love it, a perfect memory to revisit every year!

Allison Jester,

Facebook Review

A lovely outing with the family. The couple who own it are so sweet and kind and fun to visit with. My kids love getting our berries for jam every year.

Rebecca Wood,

Facebook Review

Delicious berries and a great experience! We have made berry picking at McBride Briar Patch an annual summer tradition.

Dalene Bills,

Facebook Review