Did you know you can get fresh produce and locally raised meats in Cheyenne even during the winter?

The Cheyenne Winter Farmers' Markets are held the first Saturday of each month 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. through May inside the historic train depot downtown.The Cheyenne Winter Farmers’ Market is held inside the lobby of the Cheyenne Depot Museum in downtown Cheyenne and features farm and hand-crafted products from Wyoming and around the local region.

Among the items you'll find on the first Saturday of each month are locally-raised winter vegetables:

  • Apples and Cider from the Colorado Western Slope
  • Gourmet local mushrooms
  • Locally roasted fair-trade coffee
  • Farm-fresh eggs, goat and sheep cheese
  • Grass-fed beef, lamb, and bison, free-range chickens and turkeys, pork, goat’s meat, smoked wild-caught salmon
  • Take-home BBQ, bratwurst, cabbage burgers, chowders and bisque
  • Locally produced jams, honey and Amish-style peanut butter
  • Gourmet pastas, flavored oils and vinegars
  • Fresh breads, home-baked treats, chocolates and candies
  • Soup mixes, rubs and dip mixes
  • Natural, locally-produced body care products
  • Hand-crafted jewelry, sewing crafts, cutting boards and other hand-made crafts
  • Sip fair-trade coffee, tea and hot chocolate while you shop!


For more information, please contact Kim Porter, kim.porter@wyo.gov, or Cindy Ridenour, cindyr@meadowmaidfoods.com.