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Fresh Fun at North Shore Farmers' Markets

Posted on Wed, 2015/04/15 - 1:34pm by Jessica Gellert

Oahu's North Shore is home to some of the freshest produce on Oahu. Here’s a breakdown of the North Shore, Oahu farmers markets and schedules you need to check out and what you can find there.  Keep in mind, all of our rooms come with fridges, so you can keep your items fresh!

THURSDAYS
Haleiwa Farmer’s Market, Waimea Valley
2pm-6pm
Mingle with locals enjoying pau hana (getting off work) at this large farmers market located in legendary Waimea Valley. Live music, fresh produce, island jewelry, poke (raw fish) bowls, grass-fed burgers and more!
Free Parking
Website: http://www.farmloversmarkets.com/

SATURDAYS
North Shore Country Market, Sunset Beach Elem. School
8am-1pm
This quaint market is located across the street from Pipeline and is frequented by pro surfers during the winter. Locals show off their produce, crafts, baked goods, jewelry and hot items (breakfast burritos). All products are grown and made in Hawaii.
Free parking
Website: http://northshorecountrymarket.org/

Waialua Farmers Market, Waialua Sugar Mill
9am-2pm
Local farmers gather near the Waialua Sugar Mill with their fresh grown avocados, bananas, mangoes and papayas. Have lunch: New Zealand Bratwurst, Fresh baked cookies and homemade ice-cream. Wash it all down with an ice-cold coconut.
*Tip: Stop by the inside of the Sugar Mill and take a tour of the North Shore Soap Factory

EVERY DAY
Kahuku Fruit Stands, Kahuku
9am-5pm
Visit our aunties who farm across the street from our resort. Every day they share fresh fruits and vegetables they grow right here on Turtle Bay's mauka lands. Bananas, papaya, mango, Kahuku Watermelon, coconuts, avocados and more! Try out the hot and crunchy lumpia (banana or pork).
Free Parking
*Tip: The stands are located across the street from Kawela Bay, site of several movies and TV shows and also a good place to spot sea turtles!

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