The Edgefield Market was founded in 2000. Over the past 20 years, our market has hosted a variety of local farmers and artisans.
Our goal is to bring people to Edgefield and encourage local shopping. Here you will find "Local Goods by Good Locals".
We average 80+ unique, small business vendors each month. Shoppers love the variety and experiences gained by visiting our event.
The Edgefield Market hosts a once a month vendor event catering to small businesses, local artists and crafters. We are not a flea market nor a farmers market, however, area farms are always welcome to join us!
Our vendors are hard working and creative, striving for customer satisfaction. They offer a wide variety of products that they are passionate about sharing with the public.
When you shop with our vendors, you will be helping them keep their bills paid on time, send their children to activities, save for a well deserved vacation.... This pandemic has hit them just as hard, sometimes harder, as a small business. Shows are being cancelled that our vendors depend on.
So we encourage you to shop small, shop local and help keep our small businesses open. Whether they are a store front or a pop-up, small businesses depend on the shoppers.
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Our Market operates once a month, on the Second Saturday March-December!
We are open Rain or Shine.
Our Market is smoke free out of respect for our customers and fellow vendors.
We love pets, but ask that all pets be properly leashed.
This is a family friendly event.
*At this time we would like to encourage our vendors and guests to please practice social distancing, good hand hygiene and wear a mask if you can. Together we can keep each other safe
Our complimentary shuttle will be making the rounds on market day, stopping around town to pick up and drop off shoppers.
Stops will be made at the Market, Oakley Park, Town Square, Kendall Mill and Town Square.
There are several small lots on Norris St.
Parking can be found on Main Street and around the town square, starting at the intersection of Bacon Street
The Discovery Center on Main Street is a very educational and informative walk through the history of Edgefield.
Feel free to park along the drive way and around back on Market days. After, or even before heading to the market, take a tour of this beautiful museum.
There is plenty of parking at the Town gym on Church St. While there, take a leisurely stroll through the historic Willowbrook Cemetary.
Willowbrook Cemetary is being revitalized and presereved by the Edgefield Preservation Society and Cemetary Association.
There is a small parking lot on Buncombe street, just past the Square.
Parking on Mims Street can be found near the Rail Trestle at the Soccer Fields. You can then walk the 10 Govenors Trail all the way to the market.
The Edgefield Market is a privately owned business dedicated to putting consumers and small businesses together. The owner/coordinator, Samantha McClure, is a married mother of two. She spent 8 years in the Army as 91B All Wheel Vehicle Mechanic. Her passions include working and shopping with local, small businesses, working on her one acre farm, spending time with her family and baking. She believes everyone deserves to chase their dreams.
Do you have questions or comments? Send us a message, and we will get back to you soon!
Edgefield, South Carolina 29824, United States
10:00 am – 02:00 pm
The Edgefield Market is only open on the 2nd Saturday of each month March through December.
Bring you princess to meet their favorite princesses! Or Royal guests will be visiting every month from 10:30am-11:30 am to share a story and take pictures.