Many Skagit Valley farmers and food producers sell their products at their stores, farm stands, or Skagit Valley farmer’s markets. Some are roadside attractions and other adorable markets. Each farm stand, store, market, or u-pick has a different personality, giving an inside story of the farmers and owners. Take the opportunity to buy fresh food directly where it is produced. Experience 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. The Skagit Valley Farmers Markets open in May or early June.
With over 150 years of farming history, the Skagit Valley is now recognized as one of the most important agricultural valleys remaining in Puget Sound. Look out for our new Skagit Food Trail coming in Spring 2023!
Whether grown (or created) on land or pulled out of the water, Skagit’s probably got it, somewhere—oysters, beer, fresh produce, cheese, beef, tulips—you name it, it’s probably been a thing around here for a long time. ~Food&Wine
Anacortes Farmers Market
Saturday Market | May – October | Hours 9 am – 2 pm
Website: Anacortes Farmers Market
*Winter Markets are on the second Saturday
Join us at the Depot for the summer season market. We have many great things in store this season, including more food vendors and kid’s activities, the successful workshops series, and a fantastic music lineup. Come and stock up your pantry with wholesome and delicious foods and veggies starts too! Be sure to visit the Winter Market on 2nd Saturdays, January – April. Pie Festival is in mid-September during Market. Holiday Market is the weekend before Thanksgiving at the Depot Arts Center. The Anacortes Farmers Market empowers the community through the support of sustainable and local economies by providing outreach and educational opportunities. Together, we continue to build on our tradition of shared values, good health, food security, and enjoyment for all.
Concrete Farmers Market
Saturday Market | End of May – Beginning of September | Hours 10-2
Website: Concrete Saturday Market
The Concrete Saturday Market is home to farmers, gardeners, artists, and crafters and held at the Concrete Community Center. EBT/SNAP, P-EBT, FMNP WIC & Senior Dollars, FVRx & East County Fresh Bucks are accepted. The Market provides a venue for local charitable organizations to hold fund-raising bake sales. Youths age 12-18 may rent booths for $5 to sell their handmade items. The Market also hosts local musical talent.
The Concrete Saturday Market is a community-based organization that offers local residents the opportunity to sell handmade items and locally produced food. Locals and visitors can shop for one-of-a-kind creations as well as fresh fruit, vegetables, eggs, baked goods, honey, meats, and cheeses. We also coordinate with local charities to offer a venue for bake sales, food drives, and entertainment to help these organizations and support our local economy.
Mount Vernon Farmers Market
Saturday Market | End of May – early October | Hours: 9am-2pm
Website: Mount Vernon Farmers Market
The Mount Vernon Farmers Market is located at the River Walk Park plaza in downtown Mount Vernon. Head downtown and there is plenty of parking along Main Street, either North of Gates St. or South of Myrtle St. Take the Kincaid St exit off I-5 and head west to S Main St. Then make a right turn onto Main St. and start looking for parking – you’ll hear/see/smell us soon!
Wednesday Market Kincaid Entrance lawn at the Skagit Valley Hospital 11 am – 4 pm
Weekly during the summer months on the grassy, shady Kincaid Entrance lawn at the Skagit Valley Hospital. This Market is a great opportunity for a mid-week great produce re-supply! Just because this market is smaller than the one on Saturday, does not make it any less awesome.
Find us, rain or shine, at beautiful Hammer Heritage Square on the corner of Metcalf and Ferry streets in downtown Sedro-Woolley. Look for the clock tower! Favorite vendors and new, soon-to-be favorite vendors, offer Skagit County’s freshest produce, yummy baked goods, lovely bouquets, tasty BBQ, spicy nut snacks, divine cheese, seasonal flowers, hot soup of the day, handcrafted soaps, freshly roasted coffee beans, original art, handmade items including socks and jewelry.
The market features a full range of community farmers and craft vendors. The Sunday Market will be just north of the Nursery, in and around The Vinery.
Black Rock Seafood
11 am to 6 pm daily | 8991 Stevenson Rd, Anacortes, WA – 360 293-2525
Over years of service, Black Rock Seafood has developed an extensive network with local providers to augment their own catch. The result is a wide selection of the best local seafood available, with no middle man to add price or delay delivery.
M-Sat 10-dusk | 314 W Blackburn Rd Mount Vernon, WA 9
Within walking distance of downtown Mount Vernon, find owner Laura Ward’s micro-urban
farm and flower stand. Bouquets, cut flowers, produce, and plant starts are offered
April through September. On just under 1-acre of city land, the growing magic
Blanchard Mountain Farm
Daily 10-6 Spring-December | 15404 Estes Road, Bow, WA
The farm offers retail and wholesale certified organic produce, cut flowers and dried bouquets in fall and winter. Located just off Chuckanut Drive in the beautiful Samish Flats, one mile from Edison. Blanchard Mountain Farm is committed to enhancing its farm’s ecosystem and sharing it with visitors and wildlife. Stop by its 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 a full kitchen.
Blau Oyster Company
Year-round, Mon through Sat, 8 am to 5 pm | 11321 Blue Heron Road, Bow
(360) 766-6171 (currently closed to the public)
Oysters, clams, mussels, and crab. (also available at other stores, call for locations)
Blue Heron Farm & Nursery
By appointment – 360-853-8449 – 12179 State Route 530, Rockport, WA
U-Pick and Organic produce, berries, vegetables, garlic, onions, nursery stock, bamboo.
Bow Hill Blueberries
M-TH 10-5, Sat 10-6, Sun 11-6 | 15628 Bow Hill Rd, Bow, WA
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. 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. Co-owned by the Matheson and Ranz families, they sell heirloom, Certified Organic blueberries, and award-winning jams, pickles, juice, powders, and more!
22121 Gaspard Lane, Mount Vernon
360-422-5146 or 360-961-1793
Year-round, 11 am to 7 pm every day | 5766 Cain’s Court, Bow, WA
Founded in July of 2003 by Scott Mangold and Renée Bourgault, Breadfarm is an artisan bakery focusing on naturally leavened breads, rustic pastry, and delicious pantry staples. Every item they make is handcrafted from scratch. Their breads are naturally leavened using wild yeasts. Their cookies and shelf-stable pantry items are made in small batches, with care.
Carpenter Creek Farm
20177 East Stackpole Road, Mount Vernon, WA
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.
Cascadian Home Farm
Open daily May through October (temporarily closed until further notice)
55931 SR 20, Rockport, WA | 360-853-8173
Organic berries and other fresh produce.
Daily mid-Aug – Oct 10 – 5:30 | 18554 Conway Frontage Road, Conway WA
Apples, cider, and squash
Chuckanut Valley Potatoes
Sept – Jan, Mon. – Fri, 8 – 5, Open Saturdays, call for hours: 360-757-6771
9255 Chuckanut Drive, Burlington, WA
White, yellow, and red potatoes.
Dunbar Gardens Farm Stand
Friday, Saturday, Sunday; 10-6 | 16586 Dunbar Road, Mount Vernon, WA
Fresh garden produce. Baskets are available every day, but contact us in advance if you are coming from a distance. Katherine makes baskets to order.
Farm to Market Bakery
Wed-Sun 9 am to 4 pm | 5507 Chuckanut Dr., Bow, WA
Golden Glen Creamery
Mon through Sat, 10 am to 4 pm | 15014 Field Road, Bow, WA
Pasteurized milk, butter, and cheese (also available at other stores, call for locations)
Gordon Skagit Farms
9 -6 , mid-Sept to mid-Nov | 15598 McLean Road, Mount Vernon, WA
Pumpkins, squash, gourds, apples, and cider.
Wed & Sat 9-5 | 7465 Thomas Rd, Bow, WA 98232
Harmony Fields produces artisan, farmstead sheeps cheese at their farm and creamery in
Bow, WA. In addition to their fresh cheeses, they sell grass-fed lamb, organically-grown
herbs and yarn
Hayton Farm’s Homeplace Berry Stand
16494 Fir Island Rd., Mount Vernon, WA
Hedlin Family Farm Stand
Open daily 10 am – 6 pm | 12052 Chilberg Road, La Conner, WA
Filled with all local produce and the best heirloom tomatoes. Pleasant Valley pickles & sauerkraut, and Golden Glen Creamery dairy products inside.
In Tended Fields
19193 WA-534, Mt Vernon, WA 98274
Produce & Pies
Jones Creek Farms
Mon-Fri 10-5, Sun 12-5 | 32260 Burrese Road, Sedro Woolley
Organic apples, pears, plums, garlic, tomatoes & vegetable plants in spring.
Lazy Squirrel Nut Farm U-pick
Check website for current U-pick dates | 16582 Donnelly Road, Mount Vernon, WA 98273
Chestnuts are the center of Lazy Squirrel Nut Farm, a 20-acre farm west of Mount Vernon with 5 acres of chestnut and walnut trees.
Island Hospital Farm Stand
Tuesdays, 11-4 | 1211 24th Street, Anacortes, WA 98221
Enjoy local vendors Schuh Farms, Water Tank Bakery, Dog Island Mushrooms and Ebb & Flow Herb Farm each Tuesday for fresh produce, baked goods and more. Pre-order bags for the entire season (14 weeks) or on a week-to-week basis for $14 each. Bags include 4-5 produce items each week. To order, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Farm Stand updates, Fresh-to-Go bag contents, vendor specials and seasonal recipes, email email@example.com to sign up for our weekly newsletter. Island Hospital Farm Stand is brought to you by Island Health Employee Wellness.
La Conner Gardens
Daily | 17389 Hulbert Road, Mount Vernon WA 98273
Margy & Chris Dariotis’s beautiful roadside stand greets visitors and locals alike with
organic fresh produce and flowers. They specialize in gourmet varieties of garlic and
are located in La Conner.
Lake Cavanaugh Farm
Mid-June -September, Fri 4:30 -7 & Sat. 9 – 1 | 27998 Lake Cavanaugh Road, Mount Vernon, WA, 360-422-7706
Fresh produce and herbs that are sustainably grown. The farm also offers fresh mixed flower bouquets all-season or for special occasions. Subscribe to weekly deliveries of produce or stop by the farm on weekends to shop the farm stand. Martha Goodlett and Becky Brown own the small farm in eastern Skagit County that goes back to a Finn settlement in the late 1800s. The property lies four miles west of Lake Cavanaugh.
Love Well Farms
M-F 11-7, Sat & Sun 7-7
15312 SR 536, Mount Vernon, WA 98273
Lovewell Farms is family-owned and operated, growing a wide variety of fresh
produce without the use of pesticides or conventional fertilizers. Owners Wayne and
Maria Ellis’s goal is to share their mission to love well by giving back to the community
they are grateful for.
12609 Dodge Valley Road, Mount Vernon WA
Established in 1905, the 5th generation of Mesman Farm continues their family’s dairy
farming tradition in La Conner, WA. Their farm store hosts 100% organic and pasture-raised beef, lamb, and pork. Both classic and specialty cuts are regularly stocked in
addition to farm-fresh eggs.
Mike & Jean’s Berry Farm
Farm stands open 10-5 | 16402 Jungquist Rd., Mt. Vernon 360-424-7220
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. Mike & Jean mix old-fashioned farming practices with the latest harvesting technology to bring you the plumpest berries in the shortest amount of time.
Morgan Family Farm Stand
Open Daily | 15011 Colony Rd, Bow, WA
Beets, potatoes, onions, and other fall produce. Open early spring.
Mossy Gate Flower Farm
Daily | 17848 W Big Lake Blvd., Mount Vernon, WA
Mossy Gate Flower Farm is a woman-owned, seasonal cut flower farm. With
sustainably grown blooms April through October, owner Jesalyn Pettigrew
specializes in tulips, daffodils, dahlias, sunflowers, zinnias, and much much more!
Offering wholesale cuts and arrangements.
Northwest Homegrown Ranch Meat
Year-round, Fri and Sat, 10 am to 5 pm | 13400 D’Arcy Road, Bow, WA
Grass-fed beef, pork, and lamb, all raised in local pastures, all drug and chemical-free.
Perkins Variety Farm Stand
Daily 9-6 | 8243 Sims Rd Sedro- Woolley, WA
Nestled amongst apple orchards in Sedro Woolley is a collective honor stand featuring Skagit-based family farms and producers. Perkins Variety Farm Stand offers an array of products including cut flowers, herbs, microgreens, veggies, eggs, nursery starts, and more! Currently featured are; Myconic Organics, Coriander Farm, Mossy Gate Flower Farm, Father-Daughter Farm, and Cascade Trails.
Pleasant Ridge Farm
Daily, 9 am to 6 pm through December
Apples, pears, and cider
19166 Rexville Road, Mount Vernon – (360) 466-3228
Sept-March, Mon-Fri 9:30-5, Sat 9:30-2 | 605 Avon Avenue, Burlington, WA
Open during the packing/shipping season, The Potato Shed is the connection with the community and serves as the go-to stop for Norm Nelson product direct from the grower. People from 50 to 100 miles away will make a “potato run” to buy large quantities to haul back to their neighbors. It’s also part of their community-building efforts, funneling contributions and donations to Skagit Valley community’s school, athletic, and charity programs.
Samish Bay Cheese
M-TH 11-4, Fri-Sun 11-5 | 15115 Bow Hill Rd, Bow, WA
Samish Bay Cheese features organic farmstead cheese, yogurt, and other dairy
products. At their farm in Bow, WA owners Suzanne and Roger Wechsler raise organic
beef, pastured pork, veal, and lamb. Also find artisan foods, beer, wine, and other
beverages at their Farm Store.
Samish Gold Seafoods
Open Tuesday – Sunday 10-5 | 9015 Avon Allen Rd, Bow, WA
Since 2015, Rodarte Enterprises has been farming fresh local oysters and manila clams from their beds in Samish Bay, WA. They have spent the last 27+ years in the shellfish industry – learning and experimenting all about different methods of growing, handling, and harvesting shellfish to ensure customers receive quality products. Featuring oysters of various sizes.
Schuh Farms Store
Daily, 9-6 | 15565 WA-536, Mt Vernon, WA
Since 1996, Schuh Farms has been providing exceptional produce and quality
family experiences on the farm. Their Farm Store features from-scratch baked goods,
fresh flowers, berries, produce, and more. This family farm is a Skagit Valley landmark
enjoyed by all generations.
SeaBear Smokehouse and Store
Mon – Fri, 8:30-5, Sat and Sun, 10-5 | 605 30th Street, Anacortes
Smoked fish, locally made products, including Sandcastle candy, Cornelia’s Garden products, Burrows Bay products, Island Herbs, and local wines.
Skagit River Produce
Saturday and Sunday, 10-3 – Summer (Until the first weekend of October) | 19193 State Route 534, Off I-5 at Exit 221, Conway, WA
Local produce, meats, dairy, and crafts. Fresh veggies are grown on our farm as well as local farms. Baked on-site fresh bakery/deli goods highlighting local ingredients. Local vendors and food trucks in large barn and lawn area.
Skagit River Ranch
Year-round, Saturdays 10-6 | 28778 Utopia Road, Sedro Woolley, WA
Organic, pasture-raised, beef, pork, chicken, and eggs. As certified organic producers, they don’t use antibiotics, steroids, growth hormones or animal by-products. They grow a variety of grasses, legumes, and herbs to provide the animals with a balance of natural nutrients essential for maintaining good health. The Wagyu and Angus cattle are 100% grass-fed and organic. For non-ruminant animals like chickens, they mill local organic grains on the farm to ensure the highest quality, non-GMO feed.
Skagit’s Own Fish Market
Mon-Sat, 10:30 to 6, Sun, 11 to 5 | 18042 Highway 20, Burlington, WA
Crab and other local shellfish, halibut, salmon, black cod, etc., caught by locals.
Skagit Sun Berries
Farm Stands at Conway Texaco, Highway 20 east of Airport, and Anacortes.
Don Kruse and his crew now produce 150 acres of certified organic strawberries in the flats between La Conner and Mount Vernon. Based at a successful farm stand in Anacortes, Skagit Sun berries can also be found at local farmers’ markets, PCC in Seattle, and Whole Foods stores. Don’s involvement in agriculture across the Valley doesn’t stop with his production of beautiful and tasty berries; he is a founding board member of Skagitonians to Preserve Farmland. He also raises money for Anacortes Island Hospital through his Anacortes farm stand, an effort he has championed for several years now.
Online orders. Pick-up by appt.
Skiyou Ranch is a 4th generation family farm raising Certified Organic, grass-fed beef.
Nestled along the Skagit River in Sedro Woolley, WA, owners Tarie and Lon Benson
are dedicated to raising healthy animals in a sustainable environment for their family and
Snow Goose Produce
mid-February through mid-October, Daily 8-7 | 15170 Fir Island Road
Fruit, vegetables, fish, plants, and more. A seasonal, family-run, country market located on Fir Island in the Skagit Valley. Snow Goose Produce offers the best in local produce and fare such as fresh and smoked seafood, baked breads, artisan cheeses, and carefully selected wines. They are also famous for their immodest ice cream cones. Snow Goose is a good place to pick up groceries for the weekend, or simply stop by for a midday treat.
Swanson Family Farms
9:30 am to 5:30 pm daily June into November | Flats Road, La Conner, WA
Berries, potatoes, corn, onions, squash, vegetables, and eggs.
Tangled Thicket Farm
19460 E. Hickox Road, Mount Vernon WA
Thanks for checking out our farm! We (Melissa and Joanna) are in our fourth season providing Certified Naturally Grown vegetables, fruits, and plant starts to our communities while restoring and protecting native habitat. We enjoy getting to know our customers. Please visit our little red farm stand or consider joining our CSA program. Contact us if you’d like to keep in touch or join a work party!
Taylor Shellfish Farm
Every day, 9 am to 5 pm (6 pm in summer) | 2182 Chuckanut Drive, Bow, WA
Enjoy the scenic trip along Chuckanut Drive to the Samish Bay Farm and Shellfish Market. Order a tray of oysters and let the friendly staff teach you how to shuck, or have the pros do it for you. Enjoy local beer or wine available for purchase while they BBQ up some of your favorite shellfish, or choose from local seasonal options. Pick up a variety of oysters, Manila clams, or Mediterranean mussels, along with a selection of fresh local fish, Dungeness Crab, and scallops ready for the grill. Feast at the waterfront picnic area or take your treats to go.
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
Open 11-7 | WA 20 & Higgins Airport Way
Viva Farms is a joint venture of WSU Extension & GrowFood.org, an international non-profit dedicated to recruiting, training and capitalizing the next generation of sustainable farmers.
Water Tank Bakery
Open Wed and Fri. 12-6. Sat and Sun 10-6
11777 Water Tank Rd. Unit C, Burlington, WA | 360-757-2253
Water Tank Bakery creates wholesome bread, cookies, and more. Bread is the cornerstone of the bakery’s offerings, made the slow way with long fermentation, sourdough levain, and locally sourced ingredients. This process ensures the development of maximum flavor complexity, consistency, and exceptional eating experience. All products are baked exclusively with NW grown grains, milled at Cairnspring Mills (right next door on Water Tank Road). These flours are stone ground and used fresh (to retain much of the wheat’s natural oils, fats, and vitamins). By taking advantage of produce and other ingredients available from local hard-working farmers and millers, Water Tank Bakery creates food that tastes of the unique abundance of the Skagit Valley.
Waxwing Farm is a Certified Organic, small-scale, diverse vegetable farm. Owners
Arielle Luckmann and Taylor Barker focus on providing exceptional produce directly to
their Skagit Valley community, through their almost year round farmstand. Contact them to join their mailing list and stay up to date on what’s fresh in the stand!