Stonington Village Farmers' Market
“a farmers’ market by the sea”
Saturday 9-12, May 26 - October 27
and inside all winter long
Stonington Borough, on a mile-long peninsula jutting into Fisher’s Island Sound and Little Narragansett Bay, has been called “the most beautiful seaside village in New England.” The Stonington Village Farmers’ Market is held on Saturday mornings on the town dock where Connecticut’s last remaining commercial fleet brings in lobster, scallops, and flounder.
The Borough is easily traversed, nothing is more than a short walk from your car or boat. Refreshed by sea breezes, the tree-lined sidewalks pass the historic homes and gardens of 19th-century sea captains and entrepreneurs, charming shops, and restaurants. Continue to the point and enjoy quiet, sandy Dubois Beach and the Old Lighthouse Museum that explains the maritime heritage of the village and offers a view from the tower spanning three states on a clear day.
Tour a working farm,
and education center,
meet the animals,
the farm stand.
Set on more than
100 panoramic acres bordered by tidal
marshes, a cove
and vistas of
Long Island Sound;
Tasting Room open Saturdays 11-3.
A mouthwatering Oyster Bar, Stonington fisherman’s catch of the day and seasonal produce from local and organic farmers. Saturdays 11:30-2:30;