Farm Stands


Many farmers and food producers sell their products at their own stores or farm stands.  Some are just a little corner at the farm. Others are charming stores, sometimes offering their neighbors products, as well.  Each farm stand or store has a different personality, giving a glimpse into the personality of the owners.  And, each farm stand or store has different dates and hours of operation.  These operations offer a great opportunity to buy fresh food directly where it is produced.  Look around, and see how your food is grown, raised, or produced.

The seasonal farm stands will open when they have enough product in the spring. This usually happens sometime in MAY, but is quite variable, depending on the farmers, their products and the weather. Some open as early as February and others not until June, or even July for berry stands. We will attempt to update these listings as we learn opening dates for the seasonal stands.

Many other farms produce food products, but do not have farm stands or stores of their own. You will find them listed under LOCAL FOOD PRODUCTS, where we will tell you where you can buy their products.

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Black Rock Seafoods

11 am to 6 pm daily

8991 Stevenson Rd

Anacortes, WA

(the old Thiberts Crab Market)

360 293-2525

Blanchard Mountain Farm

15404 Estes Road

Bow, WA 98232


Self-serve produce stand, daily, 10-6, spring-fall

On Facebook and Instagram: 


The farm offers retail and wholesale produce using organic methods and is located just off Chuckanut Drive in the beautiful Samish Flats, one mile from Edison.  Blanchard Mountain Farm is committed to enhancing their farm’s ecosystem and sharing it with visitors and wildlife.  Stop by their self-serve seasonal farm stand to see what's fresh or enjoy a farm stay by spending the weekend in their 1-bedroom guest house with full kitchen (see website for details).


Off Chuckanut Drive just .25 mile north of Bow Hill Rd, the intersection where the Post Office/Rhody Cafe/Farm to Market Bakery/BowEdison Restaurant are.  Turn east onto Estes Road.  Go down .25 mile and look for the yellow house on the right.  Go just past the home driveway and pull into the parking lot.

Blau Oyster Company

Year round, Mon through Sat, 8 am to 5 pm.

Oysters, clams, mussels and crab. (also available at other stores, call for locations)

11321 Blue Heron Road, Bow - (360) 766-6171 or

Blue Heron Farm & Nursery

By appointment - 360-853-8449 - sales and U-Pick

Organic produce, berries, vegetables, garlic, onions, nursery stock, bamboo

12179 State Route 530, Rockport

(Mount Vernon Farmers Market)

Bow Hill Blueberries

Wed - Sun in season

15628 Bow Hill road

Bow, WA

(360) 399-1006

A family-run farm since 1947. Transitioning to Organic. Bring the kids and enjoy 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 or freeze. Open Wed-Sun in season. Please call or visit our website 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 you-pick.  


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.

Bowen's Apiarie

22121 Gaspard Lane, Mount Vernon - 360-422-5146 or 360-961-1793



Year round, 11 am to 7 pm every day

Handmade bread, fruit spreads, and other local products.

5766 Cain's Court, Bow - (360) 766-4065

(The Store Bakery in Anacortes and Skagit Valley Food Co-Op)

Carpenter Creek Farm

20177 East Stackpole Road

Mount Vernon, WA 98274



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.

Farm Information:  

We are a small blueberry farm located just south of Mount Vernon in Washington’s fertile Skagit Valley. During the summer harvest season our farmstand is open with ready-picked blueberries as well as U-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.

Cascadian Home Farm

Open daily May through October

55931 SR 20, Rockport

Organic berries, and other fresh produce.


Cedardale Orchards

Open every day, mid-August through October from 10 am to 5:30 pm

Apples, cider and squash

18554 Conway Frontage Road, Conway, 360- 416-6513 or 445-5483

Chuckanut Valley Potatoes

Open September - January, Mon. - Fri. from 8 to 5, Open Sats, call for hours

White, yellow and red potatoes.

9255 Chuckanut Drive, Burlington


Dunbar Gardens Farm Stand

open Friday, Saturday, Sunday; 10-6 with fresh garden produce. Baskets are available everyday, but contact us in advance if you are coming from a distance. Katherine makes baskets to order; check out the willow basket gallery on our website for a look at the possibilities.

New blog: Check out our blog at

Photos: We post photos of recent baskets and the farm at

For more information about classes, baskets, willow growing, or our farm stand please visit our website.

16586 Dunbar Road, Mount Vernon

Farm to Market Bakery

Wed - Sun 9 am to 4 pm

5507 Chuckanut Dr., Bow, WA 98232 


Golden Glen Creamery

Mon through Sat, 10 am to 4 pm

Pasteurized milk, butter and cheese (also available at other stores, call for locations)

15014 Field Road, Bow - (360) 766-6455 or

(Mount Vernon & Anacortes Farmers Markets, Shuh Farms, Hedlin Farm Stand)

Gordon Skagit Farms

9 am to 6 pm, mid-September to mid-November

Pumpkins, squash, gourds, apples and cider.

15598 McLean Road, Mount Vernon 424-7262 -

Hayton Farm's Homeplace Berry Stand


16494 Fir Island Rd., Mount Vernon

Hedlin Family Farm Stand

Open daily 10 am - 6 pm

Filled with all local produce and the best heirloom tomatoes. Pleasant Valley pickles & sauerkraut, and Golden Glen Creamery dairy products inside.

12052 Chilberg Road, La Conner - (360) 466-3977

(Mount Vernon and Bellevue Farmers Markets, and CSA)

Jones Creek Farms

Mon. - Fri., 10 to 5, Sun, noon to 5, through December.

Organic apples, pears, plums, garlic, tomatoes & vegetable plants in spring.

32260 Burrese Road, Sedro Woolley - (360) 826-6820  or

Kruse Farms

Fresh berries sold at stands in Anacortes, Conway and on Highway 20 during their season

Lake Cavanaugh Farm

Mid-June -September, Fri 4:30 -7 & Sat. 9 - 1

27998 Lake Cavanaugh Road, Mount Vernon - 360-422-7706

Leonard's Veggies

14096 Gilmore Avenue, just off the main road in downtown Edison.

Daily during the season. - Look for a sign.

Martiny Livestock

Mike Donnelly and Linda Martiny, Mgr

We raise Registered Suffolk Sheep and Commercial Angus Cattle.  Our lamb and beef are all natural and carefully raised without antibiotics or hormones.  We take orders for whole, 1/2's and 1/4's.  Customers may also purchase our USDA inspected lamb and beef in individually packaged steaks, chops and other popular cuts at Farmers Markets or by calling.  Visitors welcome, call to arrange a visit to our Birdsview area farm.

7878 Wilde Rd

Concrete, WA  98237   360 826 4273

Mike & Jean's Berry Farm

Farm stands open 10 am to 5 pm:

College Way in the parking lot west of the Salvation Army.

Corner of Fir and Riverside in the Cenex-Skagit Farmers parking lot.

Variety of berries, in season.

16402 Jungquist Rd., Mt. Vernon  360-424-7220

Morgan Family Farm Stand

Open on an honor basis through November, at least

Beets, potatoes, onions and other fall produce. Open early spring.

15011 Colony Rd, at the corner of Chuckanut Drive and Colony Creek in Bow

360-766-4066 -

Northwest Homegrown Ranch Meat

Year round, Fri and Sat, 10 am to 5 pm

Grass-fed beef, pork and lamb, all raised in local pastures, all drug and chemical free.

13400 D'Arcy Road, Bow - (360) 766-4273

Pleasant Ridge Farm

Daily, 9 am to 6 pm through December

Apples, pears and cider

19166 Rexville Road, Mount Vernon - (360) 466-3228

Potato Shed

Open September through March

Mon through Fri from 9:30 am to 5 pm, Sat 9:30 am to 2 pm.

605 Avon Avenue, Burlington - (360)755-9319  or

Rosabella's Garden Bakery

Mon through Sat, 8 am to 6 pm

Apples, fresh and hard cider, bakery items and lunch.

8933 Farm to Market Road - (360) 766-6360

Samish Bay Cheese

Open most days until 3 pm. Call to verify.

Organic cheese, beef and pork.

15115 Bow Hill Road, Bow - (360) 766-6707  or

(Anacortes Farmers Market, and other stores)

Schuh Farms Store

Daily, 9 am to 6 pm, through December 22.

The Espresso Stand (Mount Vernon) will be open year round, with a brief holiday break,  and will carry local milk, butter, eggs, Schuh Farms canned fruit and pickled vegetables.

15565 SR 536, Mount Vernon - (360) 424-6982

SeaBear Smokehouse and Store

Mon - Fri, 8:30 am to 5 pm, Sat and Sun, 10 am to 5 pm.

Smoked fish, locally made products, including Sandcastle candy, Cornelia's Garden products, Burrows Bay products, Island Herbs and local wines.

605 30th Street, Anacortes - (360) 293-4661

Food Producers - Store Manager, Linda, is looking for more local products.

Skagit River Produce

March through Christmas

10 am - 6 pm

Local produce, meats, dairy and crafts

Fresh veggies grown on our own farm as well as local farms

Baked on site fresh bakery/deli goods highlighting local ingredients

Exit 221 in Conway

Skagit River Ranch

Year round, Sats, 10 am to 6 pm.

Organic, pasture raised, beef, pork, chicken and eggs.

28778 Utopia Road, Sedro Woolley - (360) 856-0722 or

(Slough Foods and Skagit Valley Food Co-Op)

Skagit's Own Fish Market

Mon - Sat, 10:30 to 6, Sun, 11 to 5

Crab and other local shellfish, halibut, salmon, black cod, etc., caught by locals.

18042 Highway 20, Burlington - (360) 707-2722

Skagit Sun Berries


Farm Stands at Conway Texaco, Highway 20 east of Airport, and Anacortes.

Snow Goose Produce 

8 am to 7 pm daily - mid-February through mid-October

15170 Fir Island Road, 360-445-6908

Fruit, vegetables, fish, plants and more.

The Store Bakery

Mon - Fri, 5:30 am - 10 pm, Sat. & Sun., 6 am - 10 pm.

Bakery, Breadfarm bread, local cheeses and local wines

919 37th Street, Anacortes - (360) 293-2851

Swanson Family Farms

9:30 am to 5:30 pm daily June into November

Berries, potatoes, corn, onions, squash, vegetables and eggs.

Flats Road, La Conner - 360-424-6338

Taylor Shellfish Farm

Every day, 9 am to 5 pm (6 pm in summer)

Oysters, clams, crab, mussels  and more

2182 Chuckanut Drive, Bow - (360) 766-6002 or

Tenneson Family Farms

Weds, 3-6 & Sats, 12 - 5

10117 Fruitdale Rd., Sedro Wooley

Raw milk and beef - 360-333-7526

Twin Sisters Mushroom Farm 

5410 Saxon Road, Acme - 360-595-2979

Viva Farms

WA 20 & Higgins Airport Way


11 am - 7 pm

Viva Farms is a joint venture of WSU Extension &, an international non-profit dedicated to recruiting, training and capitalizing the next generation of sustainable farmers.


3 Sisters Cattle Company

Open Daylight Hours

Grass-fed beef, free-range eggs, some produce

938 Scenic Heights Road, Oak Harbor - 360-675-2136

Bell's Farm

Honor stand open into the fall, as long as they have product

Cabbages, onions, potatoes and other fall produce.

868 West Beach Road, Coupeville - (360) 678-4808

Case Farm

Daily 10 to 5 during October only

Pumpkins, onions and squash.

98 Case Road, Oak Harbor - 360-675-1803

Forget Me Not Farm

Daily, 8:30 am to dusk

Produce, eggs, berries and flowers.  (Farm available for events.)

5700 Double Bluff Road, Freeland - (360) 321-2523 or

Gourmet Organics

4741 East harbor Road, Freeland


Mixed vegetables, garlic and onions.

Lavender Wind Farm

Sarah Richards

On site and mail order cosmetic and culinary products from organic lavender, also available at Bayleaf, Embellish and other food and gift stores in the region. Jam coming soon to the Food Pavilion.

2530 Darst Rd.

Coupeville, WA  98239


toll free  877.242.7716

Paradise Found Fiber Farm

Mary Donaty

Celebrating alpaca, llama, and pygora fiber. Roving, yarn, and handmade items available in The Fiber Shack, open June-October, Saturdays 10-3. Produce and eggs also available seasonally. We are usually here most other days throughout the year just call for a visit. 
4081 Springwater Lane
Clinton, WA 98236
p. 360-579-1906

Seabolt's Smokehouse

Mon - Sat, 9 am to 8 pm, Sun 8 am to 3 pm.

Mon through Sat, lunch and dinner. Sun, breakfast and lunch.

Fresh fish and other seafood, much of it locally caught or caught by locals,

31640 State Route 20, #3, Oak Harbor - (360) 675-6485 or (800) 574-1120

The Raven and the Spade

Camille LaTray

4785 E Harbor, Rd. Freeland WA 98249


Certified Organic produce and eggs available year around, farm pickup

Summer CSA shares available May 1st have the added benefit of fruit,

herbs and flowers. Guests are welcomed to the farm all year around to

enjoy the garden.  Come wander, stay and take home delicious vegetables!


Andrew Christianson (age 12)

After school begins, only open on the weekends.

24310 Marine Drive, Stanwood, WA 98292

Andrew operates a farm stand seasonally. He features strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, flowers, corn, cucumbers, and gourds, most of which he grows himself. May add carrots potatoes, squash, and beans.

Balanced Systems Farm

1464 Dallman Rd.

Camano Island


Bayside Gardens

635 Iverson Beach Rd.

Camano Island


Bryant Blueberry Farm and Nursery

Jamie Flint

Open early July through late August. T, Th, Sa, and Su 8-4.

5628 Grandview Road, Arlington, WA 98223, 360-474-8424

Clear Valley Farm

727 Lakewood Rd.,



Del Fox Custom Meats

8:00-5:30 Mon - Fri & 8:00-3:00 Sat.

7229 300th Avenue N.W., Stanwood, WA 98292, 360-629-3723

Custom meat cutting. Has freezer meat for sale. Provides cutting and wrapping, wild game processing, smoking and curing.

Dues Berry Farm

Open early June through early July

Marge Due -

Strawberries, u-pick or already picked.

4604 152nd St. NE, Marysville, 360-659-3875

Foster’s Produce

Brian and Connie Foster

5818 Highway 530 NE, Arlington, WA 98223, 360-435-5095

This family farm, produce stand, and gift shop is open April 1st to October 1st 10 to 5. Offer their own green beans, pickling cukes, tomatoes, zucchini, summer squash, patty pans, beets, corn, and other vegetables. Kidz Corral and farm animal barn.

Fruitful Farm

We are a small family farm/nursery located in Snohomish County,  just east of Arlington, WA. We specialize in hanging baskets, annuals, perennials, ornamental small trees & shrubs plus lots of organic fruits + veggies that we raise on the farm, and much more.

Aaron Hall - Farm Manager

21308 SR 530 NE

Arlington, WA 98223


Garden Treasures

Mark and Patricia Lovejoy grow and sell certified organic produce (mixed greens, heirloom tomatoes, green beans, cucumbers, carrots, head lettuce, many more) at their farm stand. U-pick strawberries and raspberries. They grow on 6 acres and in a 5,000 square food greenhouse. Also have natural foods, a garden center and a gift shop. They participate in a CSA program with weekly pick-ups. Certified Tilth Farm of Washington and Snohomish County.

3328 State Route 530, Arlington, 98223, 360-435-9272, 360-435-9274

LiveWell Landscapes

Permaculture Project and ‘Organic-Lifestyle” fruit, vegetables, Perennial edible plants, and Grass-fed Beef.  Market farm stand Jun-Oct on Wed 4-7PM and Sat 9A-3P.  Opportunities for sustainable community garden, cooperative market, and family farmstays.

395E North Camano Drive,

Camano Island. 

Head ½ mile N on Sunrise Blvd at light off SR532. 

360 387-8622

Morninglight Gardens

Open Fris and Sats from 10 am to 5 pm, May through October.

K Donegan

A variety of naturally grown produce, blueberries, strawberries, Asian pears, and apples as well as a ornamental grasses.

6618 Pioneer Highway, Stanwood, 98292, 360-629-9377

Mossyback Farms

Open seasonally.

Open air market and nursery offering conventional, organic, and local produce, nursery stock, vegetable starts, farm fresh eggs, local smoked salmon, and fresh cut flowers.

29203 Old Highway 99 North, Stanwood, WA 98292

The Open Gate Farm

Open Thur to Sat, Mother’s Day weekend through Labor Day or if you call ahead.

Jon and Elaine Stevens,

Seasonally available organic produce and honey available at their farm stand. Specialize in both heirloom varieties and imported varieties, ranging from Canasta Braziliana lettuce and Apple Cucumbers to Sarzana zucchini. Will ship as long as they have the food available on their farm.

269 Russell Road, Camano Island, WA 98282, 360-387-4449

Out on a Limb Orchids / Camano Island Lavender Farm

353 E. North Camano Drive

camano Island


Schuh Farms Produce Stand

Open Spring until late Fall and several weeks just prior to Christmas. Operated by daughter Jennifer, the stand features many of the same products carried at the Mt. Vernon farm.

9828 State Route 532, Stanwood, WA 98292, 360-629-6455

Silvana Meats

7 to 6 Mon through Fri & 8 to 5 on Sats.

John Kalberg

1229 Pioneer Highway, Silvana, WA 98287, 360-652-7188

All products are from Washington state. Beef is naturally grazed and none of the products contain hormones. Specializes in custom cuts and their own jerky, sausages, and smoked meats, including bacon, hams, and smoked turkeys. Often have available less popular cuts of meat. Will make sausages according to your recipe. Processes wild game.

Simple Produce

Open in season.

Dale and Tom Slyngstad, 425-760-8139

Farm-fresh organic produce at their farm stand and four types of apples: Tsugaru. (parentage is Golden Delicious and Kougyoku), Melrose (parentage is Jonathan and Red Delicious), Liberty. (Macoun and Perdue), and Sparten (McIntosh and Golden Delicious). 7910 Thomle Road (just off Marine Drive and close to town), Stanwood, WA 98292

Soggy Bottom Plants and Gifts

Open seasonally W-F 12-5, Sat 10-5, Sun 10-4. Closed Mon and Tues

Scott and Becky Brandis

Heirloom and new varieties of sustainably grown fruits and vegetables. Multiple varieties of garlic and peppers, also delicata and spaghetti squash and many other vegetables. Also have organically started vegetable seedlings in the spring, flowers; garden art, and outdoor woodcraft. Can call out of season regarding availability of plants.

23421 Marine Dr. N.W., Stanwood, WA 98292, 360-652-9157

Whispering Winds Farm

Featuring Freshly Doug Vegetables

24008 Valde Road



Whitehorse Meadows Farm

Fruit Stand in season, Th-Su 10-4.

Valerie Wall

Certified organic blueberries. Also u-pick. Frozen berries available out of season

38302 State Route 530 NE, Arlington, WA 98223, 360-436-1951,

Williams’ Pioneer Pumpkin Patch

Pumpkin patch is open seasonally.

Also available in season are corn, squash, ornamental gourds, and flowers.

State Route 532 (east side of the Camano Island Bridge), Stanwood, WA 98292