We’ll be out at the Castle Hills Farm to Market this Sunday, March 26. If you’re looking for a new spot to get fresh produce, handmade crafts, and enjoy your Sunday in the beautiful San Antonio weather, we want to give you the scoop on this local farmers market. Here’s what you need to know:

What is It?

The Castle Hills Farm to Market was created by Taylor Becken, owner of C’est la Vie Baking Co., with the hope to bringing a fun, fresh, and healthy experience to the community. The goal of the farmers market is to show everyone in the community, from adults to children to pets, that whole foods and handmade items are important. Not only can you explore the colorful booths full of new foods, candles, and crafts, but you can enjoy live music and entertainment every Sunday at the market.

When and Where is It?

The Castle Hills Farm to Market is every Sunday from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. It’s located at
2195 NW Military Hwy, Castle Hills, Texas 78213, which is just around the corner from the creator’s C’est la Vie Bakery. It’s also very close to our The Place at Oak Hills (1.1 miles) and The Place at Castle Hills (1.4 miles) properties. This gives you a great opportunity to start your Sunday morning off with a brisk walk to pick up some fresh food, and then walk home to make a delicious lunch or dinner.

What are the Fan Favorites?

The Castle Hills Farm to Market is always accepting new booths and businesses, but there are plenty of regulars that the community loves. Many of the market’s fans rave about the friendly service and atmosphere that they don’t find at other farmers markets. They also love the fresh fruits and vegetables as well as the cheese and yogurt. Here are just a few of the specific booths that have received a heaping of positivity on online review sites and social media:



We hope you enjoy one of San Antonio’s farmers markets near our MC properties. Look for us this Sunday or leave us a comment about your favorite booths!

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