Fairbanks Farmers Markets

5 Tips for Shopping North Pole and Fairbanks Farmers' Markets

Though the warmest days of summer are behind us, we still have time to enjoy mild temperatures before the Alaskan winter weather sets in. From swimming, to fishing, to hiking, to boating, spending your summer in Fairbanks is unlike experiencing the season anywhere else in the world. As you know, if you’ve read our blog in the past, we like providing people with an overview of everything that living in Alaska entails.

As Fairbanks real estate agents, our knowledge isn’t limited to market updates and tips for buyers and sellers. For those interested in buying a home in Fairbanks, we like to make sure we paint an accurate (and beautiful) picture of the Alaskan lifestyle. Earlier this summer, we wrote a blog post featuring the different North Pole and Fairbanks farmers’ markets. Not only do visiting weekly farmers’ markets...

Explore Your Fairbanks and North Pole Farmers' Markets

The climate in Fairbanks, Alaska is usually classified as subarctic. Meaning, long cold winters and short warm summers. Because a majority of the year is spent wearing a winter jacket, many folks who decide to buy a home in Fairbanks are surprised at the opportunities for warm weather activities and events. From swimming to fishing to exploring the picturesque landscape, there are plenty of ways to get outdoors while the weather is favorable and see what Fairbanks has to offer.

One way to get a taste for the local culture this summer is to stop by a Fairbanks farmers’ market. Here are a few to visit in Fairbanks and the surrounding area.

Christmas Creek Market
125 St. Nicholas Drive
North Pole, AK 99705
This open-air market is open daily...