Visit Our Farmstand


As of Winter/Spring 2018-19: Our farmstand is currently still closed but will re-open in mid-November, rain or shine, on Saturday mornings from 10 AM until 12 noon, and Wednesdays 3 PM till 5:30 PM. A bit later in the season, we generally add Monday afternoons from 3 PM to 5:30 PM if enough produce is available.

Subscribe on the left hand side of our website for email updates (at the bottom of the page if you’re on a smartphone), or visit and like ARTfarm’s Facebook page for a current listing of available produce and other special items!

You can always check our roadside signs, or check our Facebook page, or call us at (340)514-4873, to see what the current hours are. It does change seasonally.

Our produce is available up to three days a week during farmstand hours on a first-come, first-serve basis and there is occasionally a friendly line that forms outside the gate prior to the opening time. Due to time and staff constraints, we cannot take retail orders over the phone, email or social media. Please come early for the best selection! We greatly appreciate your support.


ARTfarm is on the south shore of St. Croix, due south of Christiansted and Gallows Bay, about eight minutes’ leisurely drive from town. Our farmstand, at the entrance to ARTfarm, is located on the south side of St. Croix’s South Shore Road (Rt. 62), east of Ha’Penny Beach and west of the Boy Scout Camp. (That’s also east of the Hovensa oil refinery and west of the Divi Casino, and due south of Canegata Ball Park as the crow flies, at the bottom of Rt. 85, Spring Gut Road.) Look for our signs and the stone cattle pens to find us. Park along the short driveway or in the small field, before the white wooden fence. Walk in between the white planters just to the right of the metal pipe gate, and pass through our tiny art gallery to the farmstand behind it.

If you have the free St. Croix Pocket Map, we’re number 3 (number 1 in the previous issue) in purple. If you have the free St. Croix This Week Magazine map, we’re number 1 in orange on the map of St. Croix. On either map, ARTfarm is the only marked feature south of Christiansted on the South Shore of the island.


Visitors are welcome during farmstand hours for a quick overview of the farm or to ask questions about our organic farming practices. We’ll do our best to accommodate you. Please respect our need to service our customers first. We firmly request that dogs and other pets stay in your vehicle or on leash in the parking area OUTSIDE the entrance gate.

School groups should call to arrange a day and time for a visit. We will supply you with more information when you call!

We occasionally keep some poultry or livestock near the farmstand entrance for young visitors to enjoy.

ARTfarm maintains biosecurity and is not an open-farm; due to plant virus issues, there is a strict no-smoking and no-tobacco policy in all areas of the farm. We also utilize electric fencing in some pasture areas, and construction projects are often underway, so for your safety please respect signs that restrict non-employee movement on the farm. We’re always happy to accompany guests around the farm for a tour as time permits. Click here for farm tour information.


ARTfarm’s farmstand is open year-round on Saturdays, with the exception of a few weeks near the end of August or beginning of September where we may take a summer break to work on bigger construction projects. (Some years due to natural disasters we may vary slightly or greatly from this schedule.) It’s best to always check the blog/website/Facebook page before coming out!

The week before Thanksgiving week, we usually add Wednesday afternoons from 3pm to 6pm, and then we’ll also add Monday afternoons from 3pm to 6pm from early January through the end of the growing season in May.

Our prime growing season (tomatoes, lettuce, cucumbers, vegetables) generally runs from October through May. In the summer months, we remain open to sell seasonal local fruits and whatever salad greens and herbs are available.

Tomato season is generally from mid-December through May, depending on the weather and other variables. Mango season begins in May – June, although some years we have had mangoes in October – December.

With the notable fluctuations in rainfall and climate, seasons can vary greatly, so please consider these to be estimates!

9 Responses

  1. It’s 11/11/16, is your farm stand currently open for regular hours??

    • It is an auspicious date! We’ll be open (and will announce on our website, email list and Facebook page) as soon as we have enough produce to sell. That should be in two more weeks, approximately. If possible, we will be open the Wednesday before Thanksgiving. Thanks for checking in!

  2. We will be open this Saturday, November 19th from 10 AM – 12 noon, right here on South Shore Rd. Hope you can make it!

  3. hello,
    question … brussels sprouts ? broccoli ? ummmm
    cheers mick

  4. Are you the guys that make Dr. D’s Pepper Tonic that is served at Café Fresco? A healthy addiction has been brought back to the states and we’d like to start ordering bulk.

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