Clark Fork River Market - Missoula, Montana 


Opening day is May 2, 2020

Availibility of local food is a vital service!


Vendor Applications for the 2020 market season

are due by April 17, 2020.   

See our "Become a Vendor" page for application and additional info.


Saturday Farmers' Market

The 2020 Clark Fork River Market season starts on Saturday, May 2nd, and continues every Saturday thru October 17th. Hours of operation are 8am-1pm, May-September and 9am-1pm for the month of October.

*SNAP recipients, come to market and receive a match on your SNAP funds through our Double SNAP Dollars Program, up to $20 per market!  It is as easy as, visiting the market information booth, processing your card for the desired amount, and receiving a match (for example, spend $20, receive $40).


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Click here to learn more about the Clark Fork River Market SNAP Program and Double SNAP Program.


*The Mountain Line Market Trolley runs every Saturday from 8:55am- 11:45am. For more information visit this link, Mountain Line Trolley


The Clark Fork River Market is located in the Riverside Parking Lot, just east of Caras Park in Downtown Missoula.  We are open every Saturday, May thru October-- rain or shine! Please click on our "locate us" icon at the top of this page for a map to our site. There is FREE parking adjacent to the market at the Front St. Parking Structure and on the upper and lower levels of the Bank Street Parking Structure.

The Clark Fork River Market provides a lively and scenic setting for buying locally-produced fruits and vegetables, meat, fish, dairy products, fresh baked bread, pastries, honey, salsa, jam, wool goods, nursery plants, flowers, and other wares from area farmers, ranchers and food artisans.  Also find, breakfast and lunch items, coffee, tea, and cold drinks. Seating for customers provided. Live music 10:00am- 12:30pm!

THANK YOU, MARKET CUSTOMERS --your patronage helps to strengthen our local economy, and is essential to the preservation of Montana's agricultural heritage.