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Snohomish County, WA

Snohomish County begins 12 miles north of Seattle, a little under 100 miles south of Vancouver, and a short ferry ride away from the San Juan Islands or Olympic Peninsula, Snohomish County is ideally situated for exploring the entire Pacific Northwest.

Farms & Local Products

Open Up to Fresh…

When was the last time you threw a few things into the car and did something strictly for you? When was the last time you were totally open to life . . . to discovery… and to the absolute enjoyment of every minute of every day? Wander the rural treasures of Snohomish County and open up to fresher lifestyle!

Wide-open land, fresh cut flowers and U-pick berries are the sights, aromas and flavor of Snohomish County.  Get lost in a corn maze, browse through a pumpkin patch, taste ripe berries from the bush, or pick a handful of flowers for that favorite vase. Come sip the many flavors of Western Washington in Snohomish County’s boutique wineries, breweries or the new micro-distilleries. In the summertime, wander the farmers markets throughout the county for a fun, community atmosphere and score some fresh, home-grown and homemade products.

Agricultural tourism is a great way to visit rural areas to learn more about farm life or to reminisce about the good ole days. Let your taste buds try fresh picked blueberries, herbs and sun-ripened vegetables in the summer; apple butter, corn, pickles and pumpkin pie in the fall and colorful chards and kale in the winter. Each season brings something to savor!

Check out our Farm Trail Guide.

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Red Rooster Route

An association of small, family-friendly farms in the Arlington, WA area of Snohomish County, which are open...

Klesick Family Farm

Each week we design our box menu with a variety of fresh organic produce from our own farm, other local farms,...

Bolles Organic Farm

A U-Pick farm featuring raspberries, strawberries and blueberries. Also have a limited amount of lavender and...