The Market Pavilion

Open Saturdays 9am-2pm May-October
Where the term Seed to Fork  becomes a reality!
The Market Pavilion opened to the public in June 2007 and has been a community gathering place ever since. The pavilion was built from reclaimed barn wood after an F3 tornado destroyed the old barn that was originally on the farm. The market is a wonderful eclectic mix of fresh vegetables just harvested from the field, fresh herbs, beautiful flowers and an array of The Farm House Kitchen’s baked artisan breads, muffins, cakes and their famous homemade pies.

One of the unique attributes about Madison Creek Farms pavilion market is we are not a co-op of several different farms mixing together crops nor are we a produce re-seller with a farm image store front but farms nothing. We are a real working organic family farm – we grow what we sell seed to fork. All of our jams, pickles, relishes, our added-value products like our herbal salves, tinctures and culinary herb blends are grown, harvested, and produced right here on this farm. If it has our farm’s name on it which means we produced it ourselves.

Our famous made-from-scratch fruit pies feature the seasons here on the farm, from our early summer rhubarb and strawberry to our French pumpkin and sweet potato pies. Hand made and home grown, we feel that is the real secret to our farm’s success.

Saturday mornings, the market pavilion is bustling so plan to arrive early if you want to get your hands on one of Peggy’s homemade pies. The farms fresh free range eggs, yummy baked goods and the Flower Field Honey leave the market pavilion by noon on most weekends. Later in the day is a bit more laid back atmosphere and wonderful for strolling the flower field cutting your own bouquet and visiting with the farm animals or letting the kids play in the spring feed creek. This is a stress-free zone, so enjoy.

The Market Pavilion serves as the farm’s CSA pickup location, outdoor workshop area
and live music stage during the farm’s special events.

Open Saturdays 9am-2pm
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