Fort Worth: Clearfork Farmers Market
Event Category: Market
Held every Saturday year-round (weather permitting), the Clearfork Farmers Market makes for an idyllic start to any fall-themed outing. Browse the booths filled by local artisans, farmers and ranchers for fresh produce, flowers, coffee and spices, and much more.
The market is located at the entry of the Trailhead at Clearfork which sits adjacent to the popular brunch spot, Press Cafe. Grab the pup, a cup of Joe to-go and stroll the market under the changing leaves.
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