Support Local Businesses by Shopping at The Rancher’s Market at The Village at Cumberland Park

These days, it’s more important than ever to support local businesses. If you’re searching for the best fresh produce and you’re wanting to avoid a trip to the grocery store, why not stop by The Village at Cumberland Park and visit The Rancher’s Market? Here we offer a large variety of fresh produce and other items to make your family smile! Stop by today to find the best restaurants in Tyler at The Village at Cumberland Park:


You Can Support Local Businesses by Shopping Our Variety of Locally Produced Dairy Items!


Here at The Rancher’s Market, we understand how important it is to shop locally. Shopping locally helps support our neighbors in their livelihoods and is better for the environment. The Rancher’s Market offers locally sourced dairy items, including milk, cheese, eggs, and more!


Pick Up Fresh Locally Sourced Meat For Your Family Dinner!


We source our meat locally from a variety of established ranches and vendors in the area. You can enjoy our selection of ground beef, steaks, sausages and poultry knowing that you are supporting our local agricultural industry. Our inventory and supply change often, so be sure to shop with us regularly to see what new items we’ve got in store for you!


Discover Unique Handcrafted Baby Clothes and Other Giftable Items!


Here at our store, we offer so much more than just fresh and locally sourced produce! Come support local businesses, and explore our wide variety of handmade baby clothes, locally crafted jewelry, and mason jar candles! With our large selection of uniquely crafted goods, we know you’ll find something for everyone in your family!


We know you’ll love shopping and discovering new favorites at The Rancher’s Market! After you’ve picked up your fresh produce from us, be sure to stay awhile and check out all the unique stores and shopping experiences that The Village at Cumberland Park has to offer! Looking for more places to shop in Tyler? Check out our directory today!