Skagit Valley Farm Stands and Farmer's
From I-5 South, take exit 231 Chuckanut Drive Hwy 11
heading north for 6.5 miles. Right on Bow Hill Road 1
mile to big RED barn on the right. From I-5 North, take
exit 231 Bow Hill Road. Take a right and head west down
Bow Hill Road for 3.5 miles. Look for the big RED barn
on your left.
Wednesday–Sunday Mid-July into October depending on
harvest. A family-run farm since 1947. Transitioning to
organic. Bring the kids and enjoy a day at our gorgeous
location. We are dedicated to providing a fun, safe,
community-oriented place to pick and eat plump,
delicious berries right off the bush. No conventional
pesticides or herbicides used. We offer “you-pick” and
“we-pick” hand-packed pints and flats ready to eat fresh
Open Wed-Sun in season. Please call or visit
our website www.bowhillblueberries.com for updated
harvest dates and times or to reserve your fresh flats
of just-picked blueberries. Gift certificates available
online and in our farm store. This year we are excited
to sponsor a Berry Camp Benefit to raise money for our
local school’s art program and in celebration of our
65th anniversary, we’re having “Senior Wednesdays” where
anyone 65 and over will get 10% off of our you-pick
Product: Raw honey produced in Skagit County. Container
size: 1 lb. quart, gallon, 5 gal. or 55 gal. barrel.
Where to buy: Anacortes Farmers Market, Mount Vernon
Farmers Market or Sedro Woolley Farmers Market, or phone
Honey available all year.
From I-5 take Anderson Road exit 225, head east on
Anderson Road, take first right onto Cedardale Road,
turn left onto East Hickox Road, then turn right onto
East Stackpole Road to the farm.
We are a small blueberry farm located just south of
Mount Vernon in Washington's fertile Skagit Valley.
During the summer harvest season our farm stand is open
with ready-picked blueberries as well as you-pick.
Although we are not certified organic we do not use any
pesticides or synthetic fertilizers on our farm. Please
bring cash or check, as we currently are unable to
accept credit cards.
From I-5 exit 230 (Burlington), take Highway 20 (North
Cascades Hwy) east for about 40 miles.
since 1972, our 28-acre berry farm on the banks of the
Skagit River in the foothills of the North Cascades
features: May–Flower Baskets; June–Strawberries;
July–Raspberries; Aug.–Blueberries; Sept.–Sweet corn;
all year! The roadside stand serves our homemade organic
ice cream, berry shortcake, “real food” snacks &
espresso. Also available: our organic jams & salsas,
plus books, post cards, mugs & T-shirts. Our picnic
area, river & mountain views, gardens & self-guided tour
make it well worth the drive! Call for you-pick
daily May 1–Oct.
From I-5 take Exit 227 “Kincaid St.” west to 3rd St.,
right on 3rd and cross Skagit River to traffic light at
Wall St. Take a left here and road goes right in one
block and becomes McLean Rd. Go west to farm on left
side between Beaver Marsh Rd. and Bradshaw Rd.
A large selection of carving pumpkins, and traditional
pumpkins in “old-fashioned orange.” There are also
non-traditional pumpkins in all colors: French Red,
Australian Blue Cheese, Bucksin and Lamina White. There
are also cooking pumpkins used to make a great pie or to
be a wonderful addition to any of your baking needs.
There are a wide variety of squash: Acorns to Hubbards
and everything in-between! We grow approx. 15 different
varieties, all vine ripe. We have ornamentals in all
colors of autumn: gourds, ornamental corn and stalks to
decorate your home and yard for the entire fall season.
Gordon’s orchards are full of Jonagold apples, one of
the greatest tastes of autumn.
At Gordon Skagit Farms we
have a large retail display area surrounded by showcase
paintings of autumn scenes. The display area is always
changing, and every year we add new and interesting ways
to show off our products. The farm has a 14-acre
you-pick pumpkin and squash patch with a small animal
farm area. On weekends we have a baked goods stand
featuring tasty local treats.
West on Highway 20 to La Conner-Whitney Rd., left 5
miles to town of La Conner. Stand is located on the
south side of the roundabout intersection at the
entrance to La Conner.
Hedlin Farms is 3rd generation family farm located just
outside La Conner, Washington. We have been farming in
the Skagit Valley for over 100 years and grow Organic
and conventional crops on close to 400 acres. We carry a
wide variety of fresh, local, and organic produce
including heirloom, beefsteak, and cherry tomatoes,
sweet and hot peppers, eggplant, and cucumbers. We offer
you-cut or we-cut flowers including dahlia bouquets,
tubers, and more. We also offer blueberries,
raspberries, strawberries, artichokes, asparagus, snap
beans, beets, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower,
celeriac, chard, sweet corn, lettuce, onions, peas,
peppers, potatoes, pumpkins, spinach, squash, turnips,
radish, leek, and on! You can find our produce at our La
Conner farm stand, the Mount Vernon Farmers Market, the
Skagit Valley Food Coop, and through our CSA
Subscription Farm share program (call or e-mail for
from mid-April through October, 10–6 Daily, 12–6 on
From the south, use Exit 224; from the north, use Exit
225. Turn east from the freeway, then turn right onto
Cedardale Road. Drive south on Cedardale to Stackpole
Road. Turn left. Follow Stackpole Road 1.3 miles to
driveway with signs for Hidden Meadow Ranch. The
driveway is steep; there is plenty of parking at the
Hidden Meadow Ranch is a family farm that raises
Heritage turkeys, sheep (lamb), ducks, chickens, and
pigs. Just five minutes from I-5 in south Skagit County,
we are easy to find. You are always welcome to tour our
farm. Spring is a great time to visit our lambs. Petting
farm tours are available at $3.00/person (free with farm
order). Pony rides are extra. We believe the
best-tasting meat comes from happy, contented, well-fed
animals. We enjoy gourmet cooking and gourmet foods. We
are convinced that the best-tasting food begins with the
best ingredients we can find. It is our goal to raise
the best-tasting meat and produce you have ever had.
Call (360) 202-5023 for farm visits or to place orders.
Visit our website for more information:
Take exit 230 off of I-5 at Burlington and go east on
Hwy. 20. Stay on Hwy. 20 until you come to the cross
street Hamilton Cemetery Rd. This is about 1/2 mile past
the town of Lyman. The easiest way to see how you’re
doing is to count the mileposts. Hamilton Cemetery Road
is at milepost 75. Turn left at Ham-Cem Rd. and left
again at Burrese. Follow our signs.
Our family would love for you to come join us here in
the beautiful upper Skagit Valley. At Jones Creek Farms
we grow gourmet hardneck garlic alongside pumpkins and
Artichokes. Our small family farm is famous for our
you-pick apples. There are around 80 varieties to choose
from! You-pick starts around mid-August when the first
apples ripen and ends with the last to ripen about the
end of October. In addition to apples we have you-pick
plums, pears and Asian pears. Check out facebook or our
web site for updates on crop timing and our harvest
From I-5 exit 221 go west to next right onto Fir Island
Rd., through Conway and across the bridge then turn
right onto Skagit City Rd. ˝ mile to Mother Flight Farm
Stand. Watch for signs.
Come enjoy our seasonal organic fresh produce, grown in
harmony with nature. Shop at the stand, take a nature
walk, have a picnic. Apples, basil, beets, broccoli,
cabbage, cauliflower, chard, cider, cucumbers,
daffodils, garlic, jams, kale and collards, kohlrabi,
lettuce, melons, onions, parsley, peas, potatoes,
radishes, raspberries, rhubarb, salad greens, spinach,
strawberries, winter & summer squash, tomatoes, you-pick
apples & raspberries; we have it all.
10 a.m.–dusk, Friday, Saturday & Sunday.
From I-5, take exit 221 toward La Conner. Go west. Take
the first right onto Fir Island Road. Follow Fir Island
Road across Fir Island and over the North Fork Bridge
(becomes Best Road) for approximately 6 miles. Turn
right on Dodge Valley Road. Turn right again on Rexville
Grange Road. Stand is in the building on the right.
We’ve been selling top quality Gravenstein, Jonagold,
Gala and Pink Pearl apples and Flemish Beauty pears from
our orchard for over 20 years. We’ve expanded our
vegetable garden to include summer and winter squash,
pumpkins, green beans, greens, beets, onions, and leek.
We also sell local honey, local pickles and sauerkraut,
local cider, many varieties of dried beans, red lentils
and black beluga lentils. In addition, we have beautiful
greeting cards featuring photography from around the
From I-5, Take Kincaid Street exit (#226), go west on
Kincaid. At the first stoplight after the railroad
tracks, take a right. Go straight through 2 stoplights
and over the Division Street Bridge. Continue to the
first stoplight after the bridge, taking a left at the
light onto Wall Street. Wall Street makes a right turn
and becomes McLean Road. Continue down McLean Road about
3 miles. Make a left at the grocery store onto Beaver
Marsh Road. We are Ľ mile down the road on the left.
Surrounded by hundreds of acres of tulips, daffodils and
iris, our garden bursts with color each spring during
the world-renowned Skagit Valley Tulip Festival in
April. Our parent company, Washington Bulb Co., Inc., is
the largest bulb grower in the United States. With 16+
acres of greenhouses, we have a year-round supply of top
quality freshly cut flowers, including tulips,
daffodils, iris and lilies. RoozenGaarde offers a unique
mix of fresh flowers, bulbs, home decor, and garden
Open year round Monday–Saturday 9 a.m.–6
p.m. and Sundays/Holidays 11 a.m.–4 p.m
From I-5, take Exit 232, drive 1.1 miles west on Cook
Road. Market Stand sign and entrance to parking lots on
The Sakuma family has been growing berries in the
Pacific Northwest since 1915 and moved from Bainbridge
Island to beautiful Skagit Valley in 1939. Sakuma Bros.
Farms and Markets offers a variety of berries, fruits,
vegetables, and nursery plants harvested from our
fields. Grab a pint, quart, or half-flat of
mouth-watering strawberries, raspberries, blueberries,
and blackberries or pick you own from our you-pick
fields. Jams, syrups, home-baked goods, and gift items
are also available at the Market Stand. You won’t be
able to resist our award-winning milkshakes, smoothies,
waffle cone ice cream, and our signature Berrylicous
Cake - a generous slice of butter cake smothered with
ice cream and fresh berries! Bring a picnic lunch, ride
the tractor-pulled barrel train, and enjoy the sunshine
at the Farm. For specials, a calendar of events,
you-pick information, and interesting articles.
From I-5 Exit #226, west on Kincaid, right on 3rd St.
then west on SR 536. Three miles to farm on right.
Rhubarb, asparagus and tulips in April. Late spring and
early summer bring more flowers. Eight varieties of
berries, some you-pick. Fresh veggies and Gravenstein
apples with tree fruit from Eastern WA. Fall brings the
Great Pumpkin Patch featuring 40 acres of fun. Squash,
gourds, corn stalks and a corn maze. Hay rides to the
fields loaded with pumpkins of all sizes, shapes and
colors. The barrel train, face painting, inflatable
pumpkin playground, farm animals and the new Recycle
Junction are great fun. For Christmas cut your own tree
or choose a freshly cut one. Beautiful wreaths, garlands
and ornaments are to be found in the old barn. The latte
and ice cream shack opens with tulips and closes with
trees. We feature fresh eggs, Golden Glen’s cheeses, our
jams and syrup, pies and pickles.
8:30 a.m.–6 p.m.; April 1–Oct. 31, & Friday after
Thanksgiving through Dec. 21.
From I-5 Exit Kincaid Street, head west. Turn right on
3rd and left just before the main light on First St.
into the parking lot of the Co-op building.
The Skagit Valley Food Co-op in downtown Mount Vernon is
a co-operative natural foods market, providing fresh
local and organic produce and wholesome dry goods and
groceries to community members since 1973. The Co-op’s
award-winning Deli offers a seating area, bakery, salad,
soup, and hot entrees bar, sandwiches, handmade ice
cream, an organic juice and coffee bar, as well as
healthy delicious pre-packaged foods, both savory and
sweet. The Skagit Co-op works with a variety of local
farmers and suppliers to offer fresh, local, delicious
organic produce in season. The Skagit Valley Food Co-op
welcomes the community at-large, with membership
benefits, free workshops, and opportunities to connect
to community resources.
daily, Monday–Saturday 8 a.m.–9 p.m., Sunday 9 a.m.–9
We grow Strawberries, Raspberries, Blueberries and
Blackberries. Also Sweet Corn, Pumpkins and Squash. Our
products can be found at local farmers markets and
stores in NW Washington June thru October.
Mike started “the goose” in 1984 with a table and an
umbrella and a margarine tub for a cash register,
selling produce from his organic garden. He got a good
sun tan that year waiting for customers. After a few
years of growth his wife Mary Louise, an architect,
noticed that Mike had the winters off and she did not,
so she quit architecting and joined the business. It
grew some more. Then their youngest son Vico graduated
from college and worked a couple of years for a big
organic grower, but Snow Goose stole him back along with
the girlfriend he had acquired in the meantime, Erica
Fairman. Now they all run the place, except for Mike who
looks after the chickens.
farm the long strip where the farm stand is located and
a few acres at the home farm, five minutes away, raising
organically all the seasonal vegetables, strawberries
and a few oddballs as well. The stand is full of other
good stuff too: organic eggs, artisan cheeses, wine,
craft beers, fish, crab, oysters, jams, sauces, fresh
baked goods—you get the picture. Also we’re famous for
our immodest ice cream cones.
Take I-5 Exit 230 following Hwy. 20 going west. Go 2
miles and turn north on Avon Allen Road, then take a
left turn on Ovenell Rd. and go about 1.1 mile to the
We have a very small farm and grow Northland, a very
sweet variety of blueberry. Our Toro blueberries produce
large fruit with a unique flavor. We also grow Jersey
and Blue Jay, which are good old varieties to enjoy.
Duke and Draper are two new variety planted in 2011.
hours: July 10–August 31, 8 a.m.–6 p.m. during the
Highway 20 west to Anacortes. Exit right on R Ave. for
about one mile. Market is between 7th and R Streets, on
the Depot Arts Center grounds. Just north of the
historic stern-wheeler W. T. Preston at the Arts Center
in the Historic Railroad Depot.
Shop for Skagit County’s freshest produce, the best in
baked products and homemade crafts. Look for our Holiday
Market November 17–18 at the Port Transit Center (100
Open Saturdays 9 a.m.–2
p.m., May 12–October 27. New this season, Wednesdays,
4–7 pm, June–September.
Bow Little Market, where the little guy is a big deal,
is family friendly and geared toward supporting small,
local farmers and entrepreneurs. Thursday and Harvest
markets, located at Belfast Feed Store along Old Highway
99 at Bow Hill Road, feature produce, fiber goods, Bruce
Bowen’s honey, soap, ceramics, yard art, coffee, bread,
and more. Children’s program planned. Come by and meet
Thursdays: June 28–October 4, 1–6 p.m. Harvest Market:
Saturday, Oct. 20, 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Holiday Festival dates
and location TBA.
Kincaid St., Mount Vernon, WA.
Downtown Mount Vernon next to the Skagit River.
Mount Vernon Farmers Market runs from May 26 to October
20. Join us every Saturday morning from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
to shop for the freshest of local fruit, veggies, meat,
cheese, bread, flowers, craft goods and ready-to-eat
food. Live music, children's activities and cooking
demonstrations make the Farmers Market a great way to
start your summer weekends! Also dont forget the
Wednesday Market at the Skagit Valley Hospital from
mid-June to mid-September.
11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Highway 20 Sedro-Woolley Ferry St. exit into town, on
the corner of Ferry and Metcalf under the clock tower.
Located in the heart of Sedro-Woolley, nestled in the
surrounding North Cascade mountains, you will find a
wide variety of locally grown fresh fruits, cheese and
organic veggies, including berries, greens, tomatoes,
broccoli, beets, carrots potatoes, beans, cucumbers,
squash, onions and garlic in season. Enjoy homemade
bread, baked goods and soup while relaxing under our
gazebo. Brighten your home with beautiful flowers,
plants and unique crafts. View the mural of an old train
and ring the bell for an old nostalgic feeling.
3–7 Wednesdays from May 23 thru October 17.