A Guide to the Wolfforth Farmers Market

Written By Maggi Gallaspy

August 22, 2023


There’s nothing quite like pulling into the gravel parking lot, turning off the engine and waiting to take in the sweet aroma of freshly fried donuts, homemade bar soaps and wooden wick candles. 

From the bright flower blooms during the summer to the maple pecan-flavored pastries of the fall, there’s one wholesome Hub City stop you need to add to your itinerary- no matter the season.

At 8924 County Road 7100, Wolfforth Farmers Market opens its doors every Saturday from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. where local, small businesses can sell their products to the community. 

Treasured by locals and situated right outside of city limits, the farmers market first opened its doors in November of 2017 when the closure of the downtown market left several vendors without a place to sell their products. 

The Dickson family wanted to create a space where community is the core year-round. Now, six years after opening, the market hosts 130-plus vendors and food trucks each Saturday. Keep reading for a list of our farmers market favorites:

Food & Drink

El Molino Tortillas

Known for its homemade tortillas, chips, salsas and queso, El Molino Tortillas is everything right in this world. The crowd-pleaser jarred salsa is only $5 and can be purchased in mild, medium or hot, so there’s something the whole family can enjoy.

E3 Farm

With products used in multiple restaurants around Lubbock, E3 Farm produces high-quality goods. While everything is fresh and tastes amazing, you have to try the local wildflower honey and infused oils. They will elevate any dish you decide to create at home!

English Newsom Cellars

With a booth near the entrance to the market, it’s impossible to miss English Newsom Cellars. Stop by and sample a sangria blend or pick up your favorite pour from this local winery!

Produce Vendors

As you walk through the market, you’ll see several vendors selling fresh produce. From crisp lettuce to sweet berries and everything in between, stock up on essential, seasonal fruits and vegetables.

Body, Clothing & Accessories

West Texas Beard Co.

Run by a father-daughter duo, West Texas Beard Co. is known for its natural products. Shop beard oil, balm, conditioner, wash, ‘stache wax and combs/brushes the next time you’re at the market.

Lee Elmer’s

Quality custom leather goods are hard to come by these days, but Lee Elmer’s is doing it right. A bestseller at the farmers market, the custom leather patch hats are a great gift idea. Stop by to see which design stands out to you!

Orange Blossom Boutique

A women’s clothing store, you’ll find Orange Blossom Boutique at the farmers market most Saturdays. With an inclusive size range, seasonal picks and a dressing room available, stop by to add a few unique pieces to your closet. 

Home Goods

The Lavender Farm

You’ll know you’re getting close to The Lavender Farm booth when the West Texas wind carries this relaxing scent toward you. From essential oils to dryer balls and everything in between, stock up on goodies to leave your house and clothes smelling fresh. 

The Suburban Pet

Need to do some retail therapy with your furry friend? The Suburban Pet specializes in all things pet accessories including trendy bandanas and pastel-dyed leashes. 

Little Sprig Farm

Based out of Plainview, Little Sprig Farm is a first-generation regenerative dairy goat and vegetable farmstead. Be sure to try the clean products they carry. Pro Tip: Try out the goat milk soap. Each bar is made by hand and smells amazing.

As you weave in and out of vendor booths, don’t forget to stop for a $3 breakfast burrito filled to the brim at Angel Star Food Truck or a Thai-inspired lunch at Siam Foodie Cafe. Click here for an updated list of weekly vendors at the Wolfforth Farmers Market. 

Don’t want to journey outside of the city? Be sure to visit the Lubbock Downtown Farmers Market that reopened this year and check out their website to see how you can end the summer with a trip to the Cultural District. 


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