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2nd Street Market

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Five Rivers MetroParks’ 2nd Street Market has reopened as an outdoor, fresh food shopping venue. Now through July 10, the Market will be open on SATURDAYS only from 9 AM to 1 PM. Beginning Saturday, July 17, the Market will be open SATURDAYS as an indoors/outdoors market from 8 AM to 3 PM, weather permitting outdoors.

Hours

Saturdays Only, 9 AM to 1 PM  now through July 10
Saturdays Only, 8AM – 3 PM beginning July 17

 

Vendors

As we are working with 2nd Street Market vendors to resume normal operations, you can also support them with online sales and other buying options. View a list of vendors you can shop from now.

Parking
Free parking, including ADA-accessible parking, is available near the 2nd Street Market building on the street and in a paved lot. Free, paved overflow parking is available in the nearby lot for The Steam Plant, 617 E. Third St. Because the outdoor farmers market has relocated to the north side of the building, only accessible parking is allowed in that area.

 

Pet Policy
Pets are not permitted.

 

Group Tours
Group tours may be arranged in advance. Learn more about additional tours throughout MetroParks.

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RTA Bus Route 11
Take Route 11 north on Main Street through downtown to First and Webster streets. Walk south (right) one block on Webster Street to the Market.

The Market is easily accessible by foot or bike from neighborhoods in and around downtown Dayton. The Market includes a Link bike share station and ample bike parking.

The 2nd Street Market building has three accessible ramps, with parking spaces by both ramps on Second Street.

Food growers/producers, bakers, dry goods vendors and food-service vendors are available each week. People come for the freshness, the quality and the relationship with the local growers. The Market is a favorite place for many Miami Valley residents to go year-round for locally grown meat and produce.

The 2nd Street Market operates in an historical block-long former 1911 B&O railroad building. It was renovated in 2001 by Five Rivers MetroParks to help support growing and buying locally produced goods.

View history of the Market

Five Rivers MetroParks is proud to help support growing and buying locally produced goods. The 2nd Street Market strives to promote sustainable, local food systems in order to shrink the ecological footprint of Montgomery County.

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Face coverings will not be required but encouraged for those who are not fully vaccinated, and disposable masks will be available at the Market's entrances. To be cognizant of people's comfort levels, indoor seating will be spread throughout the building, providing people with more personal space.

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