Winter Hours are 10am-3pm until March 4, 2012. Market hours will change with the clocks on March 11, 2012. Summer hours will be 11am-4pm.
Local, Farm Fresh Produce. Local Flowers and Plants. Arts and Crafts from area artisans. A local weekly event, managed by residents of the local area, featuring local farmers, growers, residents and businesses, all to make shopping at the Market a truly local, quality, and shared experience. It's all about community. And at the heart of it all, a traditional Farmers Market with farm-to-table produce and Local Artisans.
The Sikes Adobe Farmhouse is a State Point of Historic Interest and a City of San Diego historic site that is being restored by the San Dieguito River Park Joint Powers Authority to its period of significance – the period from 1869 to 1899 – which is the time period when it was occupied by the Sikes family. From it we can learn what life was like for the pioneer settlers in San Diego shortly after statehood. The Farmhouse was initially restored in January 2004. In October 2007 it was burned to the ground in the Witch Creek Fire except for the adobe walls. Rebuilding began in August 2009. The Grand Re-Opening Ceremony was held June 26, 2010.
The Farmers Market encourages local residents and area visitors to tour and support the Homestead by participating in periodic adjacent activities, which directly support the Homestead.
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Easy to get to. I-15 at Via Rancho Parkway, just 3/4 mile east off the freeway!
formerly the Webb Park Certified Farmers Market in Rancho Bernardo (5/2010-3/2011).
The Certified Farmers Market combined efforts with the Sikes Adobe Historic Farmstead Certified Farmers Market in Escondido, was renamed the North San Diego Certified Farmers Market, and reopened in its current location at the Sikes Adobe Historic Farmstead on April 10, 2011