Using the Application

Options for searching Farmers’ Markets and Roadside Markets

On the toolbar at the top:

1. Click on the button and enter your address to find markets near youor click on the My Location/Current Location button.

2. Click on the button to search for markets by county. Select the county you would like to search, then hit the “search” button and a table with search results will appear at the bottom of the screen. Click on a market within this table to get more information about that market.

3. Click on the button for options to search for all markets or a specific type of market. When you select a specific type of market from the list, only those markets will appear on the map. For example, if you select both “Farmers’ Markets” and “SNAP Markets” from the list, only farmers’ markets that accept SNAP/EBT benefits will appear on the map. If you select “Senior Markets” from the list, only markets that accept Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program vouchers will appear on the map.

4. Click on to display the map legend.
On the map, click on a symbol or symbol to display information about a particular market. Please note that operating schedules for Farmers' Markets and Roadside Markets are subject to change. If the symbol or symbol is grayed out, the market is closed for the month.
5. Click on the button for information on mobile markets listed by county.
6. Click on the to display the recipe of the month.

Additional Information
Please complete the form to contact us with questions, comments, concerns.

To register a market that is not currently on the map, please click on the “Register a Market” banner in the bottom left hand corner of the map and complete the form.


A special thanks to partners from the SC Department of Health and Environmental Control, the SC Department of Agriculture, the SC Department of Social Services, and the SC Association of Farmers Markets for developing the Fruit and Vegetable Outlet Inventory. The Farmers' Markets and Roadside Markets map is based on information collected through the Inventory. The map was created to showcase and promote markets where the community can purchase fresh fruits and vegetables. 

Disclaimer: The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC) maintains this website as a service to the public. While SCDHEC makes every effort to provide accurate and complete information, data may change prior to updating. SCDHEC provides no warranty, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy, reliability or completeness of furnished data.