One of the most enjoyable things about living in small town Liberty Hill is the Market at Indian Mound Ranch located at 12805 TX Hwy 29. Residents in Liberty Hill’s Northgate Ranch community can pop-on over easily to take advantage of shopping local and supporting local businesses.
The entry point to the Indian Mound Ranch is off Hwy 29 in Liberty Hill, located on the south side of the highway. It’s east of the Intermediate and Junior High schools. It’s a Texas tradition and your opportunity to shop local. Here’s everything you need to know about the Market.
The Farmer’s Market in Liberty Hill
The Market at Indian Mound Ranch hosts a community of farmers, artisanal food craftsmen, and local vendors every Saturday from 9 am to 1 pm (weather permitting). You can shop for produce, eggs, specialty meats, honey products, baked goods, arts and crafts, clothing and accessories, handmade décor, and much more.
Here’s a sampling of the Market vendors you can meet at the market:
Jackass Honey Farms: You can find fresh honey products at their booth. This company works to remove and relocate honey bee swarms to their farm in Liberty Hill. It’s the booth to learn about honey bees and their hives.
Salvation Salumi: This new kid on the Market block sells locally curated handmade small-batch dry-cured salumi. It’s the Italian term for making cured and dried sausages.
Blessing Ranch Designs: Visit this booth for hand-stamped jewelry that uplift and motivate people’s souls.
The Food Trucks at the Market
For times you want something different to eat, come by the Market to pick up a meal by the visiting food trucks. To see the next event, check the TruckStop at Indian Mound Ranch Facebook page. When you stop by the food trucks at the Market, you might see a few market vendors on-site too. Some of the food truck vendors include the following:
- Ze Wurst: Ze wurst is ze best. Popular items include “lekka” currywurst, gluten-free schnitzel with fries, a classic brat on a roll, and other German food by someone who comes from Germany.
- Waffle Love ATX: All waffles, all the time. Try the award-winning Dulce.
- Country Creamery: Blue Bell Ice Cream. #NuffSaid
- Bohemian Barbecue: The founders wanted to spend more time in the community, so they created Boho BBQ that uses recipes from the Bohemian pitmasters on the Texas Gulf Coast and Central Texas.
Don’t know about y’all, but we’re sure hungry now!
Indian Mound Ranch also plans to hold a vintage market on September 19, 2020. You’ll be able to scope out vintage goods, antiques, and the things you find at a flea market. Watch their Facebook page for updates.